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Has anyone fitted a transceiver (2mtr/70cms) to a New Berlingo Multispace, there are warnings in the handbook but that seems to be the norm from all car manufacturers. Bill
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Do you mean a CB radio?


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(02-05-2013, 06:05 PM)philip Wrote:  Do you mean a CB radio?


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NO the man said Amateur Radio, totally different to CB. Radio Amateurs are required to undertake exams to prove their competency in the usage of AMATEUR RADIO equipment, they apply for a licence and are given a unique call sign.

Totally unlike CB operators....

(01-05-2013, 07:56 PM)Bill Foster Wrote:  Has anyone fitted a transceiver (2mtr/70cms) to a New Berlingo Multispace, there are warnings in the handbook but that seems to be the norm from all car manufacturers. Bill

Sorry Bill, can't help you on this issue, I have a Mk2 but not installed any kit in it. There are several other hams on the forum though so hopefully somebody will chip in and help......

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I obviously dont know anything about it, do you talk, play music?
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Rubber Duck ???
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(03-05-2013, 06:33 AM)taxi Wrote:  Rubber Duck ???

if she'll let you:twisted:
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(03-05-2013, 12:35 AM)philip Wrote:  I obviously dont know anything about it, do you talk, play music?

Yes I do talk and I play music but not at the same time as I operate my radio equipment.....
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We could have a Convoy of Berlingos with HAM radios and 20 foot Ariels and drive to Citroen UK.
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(03-05-2013, 10:23 AM)philip Wrote:  We could have a Convoy of Berlingos with HAM radios and 20 foot Ariels and drive to Citroen UK.

With some big enough kit they could be microwaved into submission
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(03-05-2013, 10:23 AM)philip Wrote:  We could have a Convoy of Berlingos with HAM radios and 20 foot Ariels and drive to Citroen UK.
It would be less rubber duck and more rubber ear from Citroen UK, I expect. :brickwall:
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