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Might be referring to: the foot is a unit of linear length measure equal to 12 inches or 1/3 of a yard. Because the international yard is legally defined to be equal to exactly 0.9144 meters, one foot is equal to 0.3048 meters. The foot is a US customary and imperial unit of length..

  

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I have a Yaesu FT 7B Tranciever about 20 years ... power supply. Features 80-10 meters 100 kHz Calibrator Receiver Offset... The Yaesu FT-7 amateur transceiver covers 80 to 10 meters in...-846 hand mic. The Yaesu FT-7B is very similar to ...the FT-7, but the rear panel ...
Published on 2021-04-17 in the Buy Sell and Trade forum
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I have an FT-8900 in my Jeep and ... tuning the screwdriver for FT-857 for 6 meters. Apparently the antennas are... hit the tune on the FT-857 and soon realized I ... bands are fine except 6 meters. My question is what is ...
Published in N.E. Kansas on 2021-03-25 in the Amateur Radio Equipment forum
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I have an FT-8900 in my Jeep and ... tuning the screwdriver for FT-857 for 6 meters. Apparently the antennas are... hit the tune on the FT-857 and soon realized I ... bands are fine except 6 meters. My question is what is ...
Published in N.E. Kansas on 2021-03-25 in the Amateur Radio Equipment forum
This discussion is in English.
My biggest bugbear is that what idiot decided to specify meters that by default do not show the actual "meter reading" ?  And why can I not read these meters from 6 ft away with a torch like I can with my old fashioned ones ?
Published on 2021-02-09 in the Energy forum
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My biggest bugbear is that what idiot decided to specify meters that by default do not show the actual "meter reading" ?  And why can I not read these meters from 6 ft away with a torch like I can with my old fashioned ones ?
Published on 2021-02-09 in the Energy forum
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Let's see … 104 ft = 32 meters in real world terms.
Published in Japan on 2021-02-10 in the Astronomy forum
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Let's see … 104 ft = 32 meters in real world terms.
Published in Japan on 2021-02-10 in the Astronomy forum
This discussion is in English.
Let's see … 104 ft = 32 meters in real world terms.
Published in Japan on 2021-02-10 in the Space forum
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Let's see … 104 ft = 32 meters in real world terms.
Published in Japan on 2021-02-10 in the Space forum
This discussion is in English.