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TWRS-56 - Update on the Proposed Changes to the GMRS

We talk about the current status of the proposed changes to the GMRS announced by the FCC in 2010. We also review the XLT TM-200 Adjustable Throat Mic.

Intro :00
Billboard 1:13

Topic Discussion 1:31
We give you an update on the FCC's proposed changes to the GMRS. We'll talk about the current license requirements, some of the proposed changes to those requirements, and the current status of the proposed changes. For more information on the proposed changes to the GMRS, read A Summary of the FCC's Proposed Changes to GMRS and Other Services and My Thoughts On The FCC's Proposed GMRS Changes. For tips on using your two way radios, watch our Radio 101 video series hosted by Anthony.

Commercial Break 25:29
buytwowayradios.com 1:00

Product Review 26:30
Today we review the XLT TM-200 Adjustable Throat Mic. For instructions on how to properly wear a throat mic, watch Radio 101 - How to use a throat mic.

Questions and Answers 35:06
Questions from readers of our Two Way Radio Blog and members of the Two Way Radio Forum.

Wrap up and Close 40:17
Send in your comments and questions for Danny, Anthony and Rick to show[at]buytwowayradios.com. Feedback on this and other topics will be read by the hosts and included in future episodes of the show. Visit us at www.twowayradioshow.com!

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2 thoughts on “TWRS-56 - Update on the Proposed Changes to the GMRS”

  • Ryan

    If the Genie is out of the bottle I say why not start fining the illegal users. Keep the license requirement. Never think of removing repeaters. Allow DIGITAL!!! Force narrowband. Most all radios can easily go from W to N / Wide to Narrow. Change the repeater to N and all radios to N. Easy as pie. If your radios are so old they can't do it then I'd say its time to upgrade anyways. My repeater is my repeater. Not a community free for all. You wanna a repeater go buy one. P25 will cut out eavesdropping. Allow AES encryption. Above all Fine Fine Fine Illegal users. Business stay away. You should be on Part 90.

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  • The other interesting thing is that the U.S. may follow in the direction of Canada if these proposed changes become law: GMRS is restricted.
    best thing you handle with care, it will give best services as it have.

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