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Thread: Radio Operators

  1. #11
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    Yes ,I'm one too; not as active as I used to be but still active and in a couple radio clubs N2CAX
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  2. #12
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    Count me in also
    KD5ML
    Lindsey Webb

  3. #13
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    Kf4wum here. Funny how us hams spread out in other interest. Great Hobby to build towers..................

  4. #14
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    Cool hammin

    The guy next door has 5 50ft radio towers and every time there is a hockeygame on he f's up my sattelite reception . I'm pretty sure he shouldn't be doing this . Or is he allowed to be on those frequencies? please help before i cut his tower's down. Jef

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    QRZ DX? DE WD4FTS Wicked one .... he has an obligation to produce a clean signal, but your equipment manufacture and your installation must meet centin specs to avoid inference. If you ask the neighbor, he could possibly be part of the solution rather than part of the problem ! If he has 5 towers he knows a little about radio waves !

  6. #16
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    Arrow

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    Advanced Class. No longer care to get the Extra Class, as Advance Class has gone away. Keeping mine, just out of nostalgia. Not very active, but listen when I can. Bought a new radio to go in the truck, but still havent' installed. 2-1/2 years, now. I rebuild/restore antique Harley engines/transmissions. Many projects ahead, if I can just purge my shop of customer work. Will begin building my first ever frame, to mate a Flathead 45 cu-in engine to a Big Twin 4-speed transmission. It will be use as a Land Speed Racer, as that used to be one of my passions. Whoever said that "us hams spread out in other interest" was right. Diverse bunch of people.

    Jack

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    1 st year, KD8CKQ

  8. #18
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    hello all, im not a ham radio operator and i was wondering (in an abreviated version) what one is? and why do yall do it? i was just wondering, thanks in advance. Robbie

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    Not yet, but I'm starting a three day class tonight to get my license. No charge for the class and only a $14 license fee. I'll let you all know how it turns out.
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