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Old 12-12-2009, 9:11 AM
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What is wrong with your Yaesu? I have done alot of work on radios for me and friends and have most of the test equipment needed. Alignments, intermittent problems, no output, no receive and things like that are easy. If it is microprocessor related then I don't have the equipment for that. I don't really know of any shops around the area as I do all my own work.
User 63 The radio works fine for like 30 minutes. Then I have to adjust clarifier cause the receive starts to go bad, my friends tell me my signal strength drops at the same time. When I check the power output, i am only putting out like 5 watts on AM/SSB. On FM it shows full output. I touch the back of the radio and it barely feels warm. I shut the thing off for like 45 minutes and turn it back on and everything is fine again. Always the same scenario. One guy told me it might be a cold solder issue, another said maybe a resistor. I will likely have to send it off out of state to get worked on.
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Old 12-12-2009, 10:47 AM
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Old 12-12-2009, 2:29 PM
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Sounds like a bad connection inside. Yaesu has alot of problems with internal power supply connections. (bad grounds and solder joints). I really like Yaesu and Kenwood radios myself, but I have a little of all of them. If you decide not to send it off you can bring it by and I would be glad to help you with it. I am in Stockton.
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2m/70cm handhelds, base, and mobile; solar powered HF base and HF mobile
Hex beam (homemade); copper j-poles for VHF/UHF; G5RV dipoles; vertical
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I have a rig at our desert cabin in east San Diego county.
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Bob you ever use the repeater in Poway? Lately I have not been able to bring that repeater up. I don't know if someone unplugged it by accident or if it was taken down from lack of use.
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Old 12-23-2009, 9:15 AM
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I have not tried recently (last couple of months). I belong to the Escondido club (EARS) so I use that one or one of the Palomar stations when I am on.
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(I feel bad for whoever actually has ki6xxx)

General class, licensed for about 15 years, but lost my original callsign when renewing.
SF bay area,
mostly I use 2M SSB,
but I use HF when I get a chance
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my newest radio is an FT2900 that I put in my car and I usually have it scanning 146.52 and the weather band for alerts.
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Old 12-30-2009, 8:43 PM
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Got my ticket back in 2001. Never bothered to get General although without the Morse, it's probably a snap.

I used to belong to RACES and volunteered for several parades. Since moving, I rarely use it. Sold my 440/6M/2M handie talkie and kept my mobile 2M.
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Just passed my Tech exam this morning, still trying to decide which radio to buy..
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Just passed my Tech exam this morning, still trying to decide which radio to buy..
Congrats on getting your ticket. Here's what I'd recommend to get you going.

Handheld (aka HT):

Yaesu FT-60R + Diamond SRH77CA antenna.

Mobile/Base Unit (FM Only):

Yaesu FT-7900R (2m/70cm) or the FT-2900 (2m only) if you're on a tight budget. You'll also need either a trunk mounted or magnet mount 2m/70cm antenna.
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dont remember what radio i have, if any actually. It's been a while.
Lake view terrace, CA.
10 minutes north of burbank.

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Found my old Alinco DJ-G5 and bought a new Ft-60R and I bought 2 for the folks so we can all stay in touch.
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Great idea... Ill check in later.
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picked up the VX-8R from HRO this morning. liked the idea of an HT because i'm always on the move. FT-60 is a nice radio, but it's only dual band and the size of a brick.

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Congrats on getting your ticket. Here's what I'd recommend to get you going.

Handheld (aka HT):

Yaesu FT-60R + Diamond SRH77CA antenna.

Mobile/Base Unit (FM Only):

Yaesu FT-7900R (2m/70cm) or the FT-2900 (2m only) if you're on a tight budget. You'll also need either a trunk mounted or magnet mount 2m/70cm antenna.
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picked up the VX-8R from HRO this morning. liked the idea of an HT because i'm always on the move. FT-60 is a nice radio, but it's only dual band and the size of a brick.
It's all good. I had no idea what your budget was. The VX-8R is a very nice radio. I have the VX-7R myself.
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domo: so which part of the spectrum is your playground and what is your call?
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domo: so which part of the spectrum is your playground and what is your call?
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why wouldn't one want to post their callsign??
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why wouldn't one want to post their callsign??

Because the FCC database is open to the public, with a callsign you can find the person's real name, address, etc. Once you post up your callsign, the anonymity some people enjoy on the internet is suddenly removed.
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why wouldn't one want to post their callsign??
Check the link :

http://hams.mapmash.com/hammap.php

Put in your zipcode and then expand it, it will even map your house.
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Is there a local club in the San Ramon area? I met a number of Races people during drills in the Oakland Hills. I'd like check out ham radios, it could be a great tool have during an emergency.
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Is there a local club in the San Ramon area? I met a number of Races people during drills in the Oakland Hills. I'd like check out ham radios, it could be a great tool have during an emergency.
There isn't one in San Ramon but here's a list of clubs within a 20 mile radius of San Ramon:

http://bit.ly/99THdH
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Upgraded to Extra in 2001, 5wpm code

Main interest is Contesing using RTTY. Do some CW and SSB also.
72' tower with beams for 40, 20, 15, 10. wires for 160/80
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I have a Yaesu FT60R and VX 6.
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Been a ham since 1982, General Class, 13 WPM.
Lots of HF, VHF, UHF and hand held rigs.

Very high gain 2 and 70 CM station as well as a nice all band HF antenna.

All cars, trucks and boats are 2 meter equiped.

Wife is a real tech, not an appliance operator.

Since they dumbed down the FCC testing the airwaves have been lets just say a challenge to listen to.

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This seems the most appropriate thread to add this information, so here it is...

If you want some help to pass the Technician, General, or Extra license, go here and download this FREE software:

http://www.n3fjp.com/tests.htm

I don't think this app goes into radio theory at all. It just presents all of the possible questions in the pool for each test, so you can see them ahead of time, along with the right answers. It's more of a memorization aid I think.

I've downloaded, installed it, and will start using it soon to study for the Tech test.
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Like I was saying..

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This seems the most appropriate thread to add this information, so here it is...

If you want some help to pass the Technician, General, or Extra license, go here and download this FREE software:

http://www.n3fjp.com/tests.htm

I don't think this app goes into radio theory at all. It just presents all of the possible questions in the pool for each test, so you can see them ahead of time, along with the right answers. It's more of a memorization aid I think.

I've downloaded, installed it, and will start using it soon to study for the Tech test.
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The only thing constant is change, my friend.

Have you tried hanging out on 160 meters exclusively? I hear they still serve tea and crumpets there...
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Do you think they need to teach more or less driving skills in order to drive a car?

Should they require more or less training to get a CCW?

Why not require more learning to be a good, informed and considerate radio operator?

I could go on with more analogies but you get the drift. The same applies to the recent airwaves.

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Try the classifieds on QTH.com or QRZ.com. Then there's always the used/consignment section at Ham Radio Outlet. Whatever you do, DO NOT buy off of EBay.
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Do you think they need to teach more or less driving skills in order to drive a car?

Should they require more or less training to get a CCW?

Why not require more learning to be a good, informed and considerate radio operator?

I could go on with more analogies but you get the drift. The same applies to the recent airwaves.

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I hear you, and to be honest, I don't really disagree. I'd have to say "More is better" to all of your questions...

However, I just want my HAM radio as an emergency, back-up kind of thing. I really don't plan on using it the way you do -- communicating regularly with other hobbyists. Me? I occasionally scan the bands to see who's talking on the local repeaters, or I listen to the sherrif dispatch frequency, and that's about it. At this point I'm not even interested in talking to other HAM enthusiasts like you do.

So, for my purposes, I want to get my license the easiest way possible. And for me, that is rote memorization.

If I get more into it later and start wanting to access more bands, like you, then I agree, I should probably be required to learn more about RF theory, antennas, electronics, etc.

I understand your concern though... you see the the HAM bands turning into what CB has always been -- a bunch of yokels and inbreds. Perhaps to prevent that, the FCC should keep the Tech license fairly easy to get, like it is now, but make the General harder, and the Extra, super hard. (lots of theory, or even add an oral component to the exam, to prevent memorization).
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Check the link :

http://hams.mapmash.com/hammap.php

Put in your zipcode and then expand it, it will even map your house.
wow, 151 licenses in my zipcode, and mine is the smallest zip in my city. thats alot more then i expected.
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