ShoutboxGuys my apologies. I did stop on the road today and had some killer chilli. I’m just sorry I didn’t save the after effects for Dayton.They are still a little worried about the restrooms at Hara. You may not be allowed to use them.Folks we are ON SCENE at the hamfest. Calling for extra water flow to make it through the weekend.BYOB, bring your own bucket!Hey, Dayton people, let me know if you want to do a Skype or Google session tonight. I should be around the house.
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With the warmer weather brings some small changes to life at the shack. For those of you that haven’t been by lately, let me know if you would like to come by sometime and partake in the contents of the … Continue reading
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A new Cushcraft A3WS beam will join the other two beams on the tower over the next few weeks. This antenna is for 17 and 12 meter operations and will give us another antenna to choose from. The plan is … Continue reading
Ok – this is the final post Hurricane Irene update. Both of the GMRS repeaters are on the air operating under normal conditions, as well as the 220 MHz machine. The 10m beacon is also back in normal conditions, and … Continue reading
Just to update anyone who is interested – both the 28.231 and 50.079.5 MHz beacons are off the air pending restoration of power to their locations. Additionally, the 462.625 MHz repeater is off with an unknown date of return. The … Continue reading
There are so many new modes and technologies in radio right now. Sometimes they start in ham radio and trickle into the rest of the world, but in this case, this stuff has started in the commercial world and trickled … Continue reading
A recent improvement to the antenna system at the shack allows for a whole lot of switching and operability between the various components on hand. The EightPak system from Array Solutions allows up to eight antennas to be switched and … Continue reading
We had the great pleasure of a QSO with KD4ACG from his field day site in central Florida earlier today. Here are two quick video clips of Doug working Jason on 20 meters.