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The cheapest transmit/receive in AM in the 27 mHz range, usually with less than 100mw (milliwatts). 27.125 (CB Channel 14) is the most frequently used frequency. The next level transmit/receive in FM in the 460 mHz UHF range: Channel 1: 462.5625 Channel 2: 462.5875 3: 462.6125 4: 462.6375 5: 462.6625 6: 462.6875 7: 462.7125 8: 467.5625 9: 467.5875 10: 467.6125 11: 467.6375 12: 467.6625 13: 467.6875 14: 467.7125
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Answer First of all let's agree on what a Walkie-Talkie is. The World War Two Walkie-Talkie was a large backpack unit, with an aerial sticking up, that yo…u talked into and listened using a hand-held telephone-like device. It weighed 40 pounds and operated on FM frequencies. (1944 and beyond. Before that it was AM))It could operate in an area up to 10-20 miles. The smaller "Spam Can" unit (SCR-536)-- which most people mistakenly identify as a Walkie-Talkie -- was a hand-held unit that you talked into on one end and listened on the other. It was shaped like a large cardboard milk carton (Or the tin can that the GI's SPAM came in -- hense the name) It weighed about 9 pounds or so (I can't remember exactly) and operated on FM. The Walkie-Talkie was mostly used for longer distance taffic -- ship to shore, air to ground, headquarters to headquarters, etc. The Spam Can was used for shorter distances -- front line traffic ... platoons, companies, battalions, observers, etc. Both units allowed you to walk and talk at the same time -- or remain stationary. In a way they could be likened to the modern day cell phone. In heavy combat they were the only electronic means of communication on the front lines --until the Signal Corps people could lay and string wire for telephone communication. Hope all this answers your question. If not, come back. vcs
Well. there was monopoly, scrabble. They played dominoes, cards, and roll-the-wheel. they also played hide-and-go-seek and raced homemade boxcars.
well i have a golden retriever as a pet and when i play with him he gets REALLY happy.We have lots of fun.Although sometimes he gets wild,but that's rare.
To "toy around" with something means to be considering something, without having made a final decision, e.g., "I am toying around with the idea of moving to New York, although… California is also an option." For the dictionary definition, see the Related Link.
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they were allowed to take 3 toys and one book one writing pen and paper
It depends if he's on time or not.
dolls yo-yos airplanes cars
At the time of World War 1, radios were large and bulky. Eventually some radios were installed on aircraft but very few airplanes had them. So there were no walkie-talkie radi…o's. BTW, the term Walkie-Talkie was used to describe the radio that an infantryman could place on his back and carry into the field. He talked on it using a handset much like a telephone. Whereas at Handie-Talkie was a hand-held, one-piece radio that looked much like the early Motorola Cell Phones from the 1980's. However, most people refer to this portable radio as a Walkie-Talkie.
Common toys have been stick and wheels, and dolls . Marbles you will find as well. But dolls is the most common toy you will find and when traveling around the world you will …find a doll or many dolls in each shop you visit.
If you mean the 5 C's, like you learn in school and such, it's Cotton Citrus Copper Climate Cattle
Some companies that make walkie talkie toys for kids are CSI, Zhong Run Electronic & Toys, Yaokang International Trading and many more. One can purchase them from online retai…lers like eBay or Amazon.
Most major department stores sell walkie talkie toys for children including Walmart, Kmart, Target, and Big Lots. They can also be found at online retailers such as Amazon.
Toy walkie talkies can be a ton of fun for children of all ages, whether kids are just keeping in contact to playing make-believe spy games. There are many places online one c…an buy walkie talkies for children, but the more known places are Toys R Us, and Amazon.
One can find reliable information about toy walkie talkies in the details section online of the walkie talkies he or she is thinking about buying. One can also find reviews fr…om others who have purchased the product on the website.
A computer cannot do that. Buy a radio that receives thesefrequencies.