Hobby radio: Part 1 of our series looks at the history of walkie-talkies up to the days of 49-MHz handhelds

From the January | February 2017 issue of National Communications Magazine

In the first part of this series, we take a look at the history of the walkie-talkie up until the days when 49-MHz handhelds started being used. Learn how big early walkie-talkies actually were and the inventors behind them. Author: Mark Haverstock | K8MSH

Story includes: 10 photos

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