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I was at my parents a couple days ago and my dad had found my old walkie talkies in storage and gave them back to me. have not had a chance to get them out yet but thought I would share. Next off days I'm gonna grab some 9v batteries and take them for a spin.

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If I get any interference on my radio-controlled toy truck, I'll know who to blame! :)
 
Frank.
 
P.S. Good luck with the radios!
 
PPS. I believe that these are the five frequencies that these radios use.
 
Channel 1 - 49.830 MHz
Channel 2 - 49.845 MHz
Channel 3 - 49.860 MHz
Channel 4 - 49.875 MHz
Channel 5 - 49.890 MHz
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If I get any interference on my radio-controlled toy truck, I'll know who to blame! :)
 
Frank.
 
P.S. Good luck with the radios!
 
PPS. I believe that these are the five frequencies that these radios use.
 
Channel 1 - 49.830 MHz

Channel 2 - 49.845 MHz

Channel 3 - 49.860 MHz

Channel 4 - 49.875 MHz

Channel 5 - 49.890 MHz

 

 

I thought the old RC stuff was running 27mhz, all the new stuff is 2.1ghz

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I have a fleet of five trucks, sir, and they run on the same five frequencies used by your high-end state-of-the-art Radio Shack Realistic Five Channel FM Transceivers!

 

We will require "frequency coordination"!

 

You play with your radios during the day, and I'll operate my fleet of trucks at night.

 

Problem solved!

 

Regards,

 

Frank.

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They are about 100 mW. We covered our yards pretty well :) not too good indoors. Enjoy :) something good to experiment with.

 

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Aw - heck - go for it... 6 meter 150 watt linears are a dime a dozen... with a little retuning, that should take care of the indoors issue... and melt your fish bowl and ceiling fan at the same time...  ;)

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