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Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-08-21 (UTC)

KA4NMA

HF Antennas

r75-110-24-160.gvllcmtc01.gnvlnc.ab.dh.suddenlink.net

WTT SDR Transciever for Tar Heel 100

Can you help me out? I am looking to trade a Peaberry 3 Band QRP transceiver for a Tar Heel Model 100A antenna. This is an amateur radio transceiver that operates on the medium or short wave bands. It is a software defined radio, meaning that it uses a computer to control the radio, to demodulate the signals received, and to modulate the signal transmitted. The computer control and signals in and out go through the USB connection, the antenna connects to the big silver BNC jack, the pink and green jacks are for microphone and headphones/speakers, and the black jack is for a telegraph key or iambic paddle for sending Morse code. Set up for 40/30/20m. Fully built. More info at http://ae9rb.com/forum/viewtopic.ph p?f=2&t=38

I am disabled and am looking for an antenna for my apartment. I will consider other screwdriver antenna's. What deal can we work out?

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