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 on: Today at 07:01:28 AM 
Started by KC8KTN - Last post by N8YX
I did get a phone call the billboard is in the top 5 YEAH....
Please stop spamming the forum with this B.S.
If not this particular B.S. it'll be another load.

 on: Today at 06:55:26 AM 
Started by N4QAD - Last post by N4QAD
Thanks for the information!  I did find something last night that explained PSKR a lot better.  Sounds like QPSK is just not worth it at all. 

Packet was definitely on my to do list to learn personally.  I find the issue with packet radio is it's complexity.  I'm looking for something easier to train and use.  Most of the hams in my group our not technical people.  They are a group of people who just want to help and enjoy belonging to the group.  Their ham radio license is usually just a means to an end.  I also discounted packet because most new computers aren't shipping with serial ports anymore (have to get usb to serial adapters), we only have two tnc's today, but we have many signalink's, .......

 on: Today at 06:51:07 AM 
Started by KB1ODG - Last post by VE3LYX
I enjoy these types of ops. Anyway when the band is good it doesn't matter much. 10Watts is a bunch. Normal ops here would be around 5 to 7.5 W. 300 to 400 miles when things are good. Usually on 40M. Also might I be so bold as to suggest with 10watts out the atmosphere has no idea how fancy your rig is. 10W is 10 Watts. Especially on CW.

 on: Today at 06:42:50 AM 
Started by N1FMV - Last post by N1FMV
Hi all, our club's repeater is in Newton, MA and our link to it via Echolink is in West Roxbury, MA. That is about 2 mile separation. We use a small Windows  10 desktop computer and a Kenwood TMV71a which are connected to eachother via the two cables from Kenwood; one for the data (PTT) and other for the audio in and out. It is working OK but am wondering what the ideal settings are for the radio and Echolink to get it to work best. In the Kenwood memory control program there are two settings that pertain to Echolink. One if for the volume which goes from 1 to 9 and other is the sensitivity which goes 1 thourh 6. What are the best settings for these values? Currently I have them set to 9 and 6 respectively. What about the Echolink program itself? In the Sysop settings I have VOX selected for RX and RTS for TX. Is there anything else that would be beneficial to set? I thank you in adnance for any suggestions.


 on: Today at 06:35:53 AM 
Started by KD0ZGW - Last post by KD0ZGW
Got my 70' tilt tower erected with help from bucket truck.  Long term I want to install a hoist so I can raise and lower at will (hopefully not very often).

I'm looking for a statics program that will let me adjust the weight of the tower, location and elevation of the hoist relative to the tower base, and the attachment point on the tower.  The statics analysis will also give me the max load for the hoist so I can properly size the hoist and the anchor point.

hopefully there is a program out there that I can use for this.  thx in advance for help or links.


 on: Today at 06:33:27 AM 
Started by K2ACB - Last post by W1VT
G3SEK offers tetrode protection boards if you want to homebrew a tetrode amp with protection circuity.

Zack W1VT

 on: Today at 06:30:25 AM 
Started by N3DT - Last post by N3DT
There's also this site that at least has a background of the FCC seal on it. That may be good enough.

 on: Today at 06:23:53 AM 
Started by N3DT - Last post by N3DT
Well I did find this link at the bottom you can get a pdf that doesn't have 'official copy' across it plus the line on the right side of the large part is correct. If I were more adept at PhotoShop I could probably find a background to add to the pdf and print it properly. I'll keep looking, but it would probably be easier to find the correct or similar paper. I don't have a color printer and the background on the old ones were color.

 on: Today at 06:20:25 AM 
Started by KD4YSH - Last post by K8PRG

[/quote] It's true women are impressed by it

"would you like to come up to my apartment and check out my new paddle?"

 on: Today at 06:11:05 AM 
Started by WB6EWM - Last post by VE3FMC
I am new to jt65. I was wondering how do I construct a new message to call a specific station in jt65. Thanks for any help. Richard wb6ewm

Hi Richard

In most of the software for JT65 you can type in 13 characters to send.

For example GM RICH TU73
That adds up to 12 characters including the spaces.

What software are you using?

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