[TenTec] Recommendation?

Ronnie Black rblack@carol.net
Sat, 07 Mar 1998 13:55:52 -0500

>From: "Gary Harmon" <gharmon@txdirect.net>
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>Subject: [TenTec] Recommendation?
>Date: Sat, 7 Mar 1998 12:48:29 -0600
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>Looking for a small all band (WARC too) transceiver for use in a nursing
>home environment.  CW primarily due to voice problems.  What Ten-Tec would
>be recommended?  Not a lot of money to spend.
>Thanks in advance and 73, gary
>Gary H. Harmon, Jr., K5JWK
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>i thought of the century 21 but am not sure about the warc bands. it is cw
trasmit only but will receive ssb. output is somewhere in the 50-60 watt
range. i have always wanted one but never had the extra mony at the right
but do not listen to me for there are guys on here that know just what
suits you. i am only trying to help and maybe spinning you in the wrong
way. 73 RONNIE W4IVA

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