N5JXS, Gerry, a friend of SCARS and fellow Weather Center denizen, returned from the Duke City Hamfest over the weekend (he was a presenter) and dropped this little nugget into the cobwebs of my brain. K0BG was also a presenter and if you have dredged through the swamps and lagoons of Mobile Radio Conventional Wisdom as I have, you’ll find solace in this very good advice from Alan.
Thanks for the tip, Gerry!
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