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Thread: Pairing Starcom and Autocom for bike to bike comms

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    Pairing Starcom and Autocom for bike to bike comms

    For some unknown reason, my girlfriend thinks it will be a good idea to have bike to bike comms for longer trips so bang goes those nice quiet rides.

    Anyway, I have a Starcom set up and Jo has Autocom. Can I presume that we will have no problem pairing up a couple of Kenwood radios's so we can communicate or will we have to have the same on each bike?
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    You just need a pair of PMRs, and the appropriate connector cables into the Starcom/Autocom. The channels on PMRs are fixed (8 channels IIRC) so the radios don't need to be the same make.

    You may also require a power feed to the radios if you are not wanting to operate off batteries.

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    See if that works .....

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    Thanks Al
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