They are harvested for parts to extend the service life of those radios.

Tim Ellison
On 9/16/2016 4:08 PM, Hal Reid wrote:
Wonder what happens to all those Flex 1500s, 3000s and 5000s traded in on the 6000 series?

I sure there is a positive answer and maybe a secret list somewhere.

Old Hal, K6DPL

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Michelle Thompson, W5NYV, and I are doing the Sunday lecture on Spectrum
challenges for amateur radio.  That sounds boring, it won't be.

I will do boring parts as quickly as possible then we will use your analog computer (brain) to do spectrum collaboration and your fun will be enhanced
by bringing your analog FM HT.


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