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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-07-01 (UTC)

W0LEV

WTB

GEAR TO REPLACE FIRE LOSS

WANTED: We (my wife, Scottie, and W0LEV) lost EVERYTHING in the High Park Fire here in N. Colorado, including our home of 15 years. We've dealt with the reality of the situation, but we really did loose everything - all the radio equipment, all the test equipment, all the parts stash (collected over 50 years) - about everything. Therefore the following "want list" to get me going, again - at least to look forward and not back. Since we will be staying in an apartment for the undetermined future (ggggrrrrrr........), I might try QRP (IF noise levels permit - we lived in the foothills where there was virtually NO RF noise........). The receivers, of course, are my priority, but email me with anything you might have. I used to really enjoy the K2/100 for QRP at the milliwatt level. Well, enough. The "want list":

1) Icom R-71A Receiver

2) Icom R-7000 receiver (or newer, depending on the $$)

3) Icom PCR R-1500 receiver (PC Controlled)

4) Kenwood TS-941 or equivalent FM transceiver with 144, 440, and 1.2 gig modules

5) Kenwood TS-2000X transceiver (that's with the 1.2 gig modlue from Kenwood - th
WHOLE radio with the front panel, not the PC version - must be of recent
manufacture for the noisy PIN diodes)

6) Elecraft K2/100 HF transceiver with 160-meters et.al. Don't need DSP

7) A good 35 to 50-amp regulated 12 vdc (adjustable) LINEAR supply to run the radios
(no switchers ! ! ! ! )

8) Ameritron AL-1200 HF amp (for the future when we find or build some place
permanent to live.

9) Kenwood R-2000 (or newer, depending on $$) with VHF converter - this is lower
priority

Again, the receivers are the priority at this time. However, if you can offer anything on the list, PLEASE email at (you know what to do with the listed emails):

W0LEV......at<<<<<ARRL*****dot____net

DaveArea51>>>>>at<<<<<<WildBlue&&&&&dot----net

DaveArea51A*****at^^^^^gmail%%%%%%dot^^^^^com

We're shopping for clothes this afternoon, again.....

Dave - W0LEV

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