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Author Topic: What's Wrong With My Radio?  (Read 1476 times)
AC8EE
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« Reply #15 on: August 05, 2009, 10:07:54 PM »

Hey Ryan,

 I tried the LCARA repeater today, no luck. There is a possibility that with a beam and some power I could hit it from here. It appears to be approximately a 150 mile shot.

 I do hope to catch up with you on the air someday. I run 20 meters on HF mostly, usually down on the low end of the band. And I run up and down the 10 meter dial occasionally when I hear beacons between 28.200 & 28.300. I'll be listening for your call. I've usually got my mobile listening on 146.670 when I'm in town and monitor the local RACES repeater on 146.745 simultaneously. And whenever the weather is looking threatening, I'm usually out scanning the skies performing my Skywarn duties, definitely one of my favorite things to do since I've always been a "skywatcher".

Take it Easy!

73
Jon, AC8EE
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