Another trend, of course, is the rising number of new hams. The number of licensed radio amateurs here in the U. Most of these are new Techs, and presumably, they went out and purchased some kind of radio. I wonder, though, why no one has replaced them? This fellow has a point. If you feel like generating a little 2m activity here in Ann Arbor, MI, give me a buzz. Coordinated pairs are were for a long time a hot commodity in much of the populated parts of the U.
If there are so many hams and so many radios, why are the repeaters so quiet?
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