What Cows Think About 146.52 MHz
I see a lot of cows standing around in Colorado ranch land, and I often wonder what they are thinking. As a result, I’ve been experimenting with a series of graphics that show cows standing out in the field thinking great thoughts. Surprisingly, they are often thinking about ham radio topics. Who knew? I’ve posted these on Twitter (@K0NR) which usually generates some responses.
Recently, the cows were thinking about the 2m FM calling frequency.
Some of my international followers pointed out the 2m FM calling frequency is not 146.52 MHz in their country. Sometimes it is difficult to localize VHF content, so sorry about that.
EA3IEK commented that the calling frequency should also be the listening frequency. (This is the crux of the problem with calling frequencies on 2m FM…what is the best ratio of calling and listening?) So I quickly modified the photo.
Then I could not resist posting this one, inspired by Joey on the Friends television show. Moo. It’s just a cow’s opinion.
73 Bob K0NR
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SIMPLEX IS SO NICE AND SO SIMPLE, THERE IS NO TONE, NO OFFSET, NO + OR – , NO PL, NO CTCSS, NO DCS, VERY LITTLE TO THINK ABOUT, IF ONLY ALL OF LIFE COULD BE SO SIMPLE !! N2DF