ShoutboxPriorities brother! You better watch out before I put some pins your coax…Haha – 73 er’body!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.Hey, Dayton people, let me know if you want to do a Skype or Google session tonight. I should be around the house.I had a GREAT time in Dayton. It was nice seeing Doug and Jay t the fest. The ADD incident was incredible. Pictures upcoming.
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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
The six meter beacon and 220 repeater remain off the air. The 462.600 repeater is running off of batteries that are almost completely dead so consider it unusable. The ten meter beacon and 462.625 repeater have had power restored 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
Preliminary approval has been received from the Prince George County board of supervisors for a new repeater site that hopefully will go in service later this year. A recent presentation to the board was well received, and final approval is … Continue reading
Finally, in the last few days – I’ve been able to get some time to make some improvements to the repeater audio system, and get the entire system sounding a lot better. Thanks to KC4NSE, WB4FAX and N4GO for being … Continue reading
The 224.52 MHz repeater has gone live with the antenna higher up and better range. Please keep checking into the repeater and spread the word to increase activity. Thanks to KC4NSE, WB4FAX, N4GO, KD4KWP, K4RIR, N4HDF and some others that … Continue reading
The 220 Mhz repeater remains off the air. The antenna has been relocated to the tower at approximately 80 feet. While the antenna worked fine on the ground as many of you reading this know, as soon as we moved … Continue reading
The antenna is up in the air, but we are still working out a SWR issue. So for the moment, the machine is off until we get it straight. Look for more details tomorrow
Tentative plans for the 220 repeater antenna to go up in the air tomorrow are in place. The present plan is start around 1000-1100 hours. Stay tuned here for more details, but if you want to participate, let me know.