Re: Grundig G6 - ultralight or not?

dhsatyadhana <satya@...>

Hi Pat:

Thanks for your inquiry. The Grundig G6 has SSB capabilities, which is considered a significant advantage for receiving, especially trans-oceanic signals. As such, the G6 is not considered an Ultralight. I think it would make a good, compact spotting receiver to listen for heterodynes when hunting TAs on an Ultralight, though, and almost picked one up for that purpose when they were on sale at Radio Shack.

If you'd like to have a look at the Ultralight Definitions, they are in Section 2 - General Information in the Files section here.

Regards - Kevin S
Bainbridge Island, WA

--- In ultralightdx@..., "gpsblake" <gpsblake@...> wrote:

I saw a list of radios and this one was not included. I know it's small enough to be an ultralight but is there a reason this one doesn't count as an ultralight?

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