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Skyfoot's Guide to Buying and Selling a Home

SKYFOOT’S GUIDE TO THE

FAMILY RADIO SERVICE

By Phillip Boucher VE3BOC, SCES, CTT, CSS, GMR

 

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF CANADA’S NEW LICENCE-FREE RADIO SERVICE

 

 

GENERAL PUBLIC                                            BUSINESS                                                        INDUSTRIAL

COMMERCIAL                                                  ORGANIZATIONS                                              CLUBS

GROUPS                                                                      PUBLIC SERVICE                                             GOVERNMENT

TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY            

 

 

 

FRS (Family Radio Service) is here and this book has everything you need to get the most out of it, whether you use it for recreational  or business activities. Read how FRS can:

Ø       Keep everyone in your family or group in touch with one another whether it is at home, at the park, or in separate cars

Ø       Keep your employees in contact with each other and the office

Ø       Search out Dead Spots

Learn how to:

Ø       Purchase and Install Equipment

Ø       Train Personnel on Radio Usage

Ø       Maintain and Upgrade your System

Ø       Use Your Radios Properly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 A Skyfoot Technical Publication

 

                  

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