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Old 04-06-2010, 8:02 AM
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Lets do field day is June 25-26 - where shall we meet?
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Lets do field day is June 25-26 - where shall we meet?
I'll be at the SCCARA field day event at Mt Madonna County Park + Camping Grounds.
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Got my Technician Lic. about 14 years ago back in NY where I grew up. Right now just have an old HTX-202 2M handheld that has a dead battery. Actually looking for some repeaters in the area or some simplex freq. Also interested possibly in any emergency nets or programs I could possibly help with.
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5 miles north of Oakland, CA

I haven't been active in about 10 years. I still have my Icom 220 handheald somewhere. Figure I should buy a new one... 2M? 440? whats a good band now a days?

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Is any one connected with a club in the area near Downey / Cerritos that would be interested in demonstrating amateur radio to a small group of Cub Scouts. This would help them learn about different ways of communication. PM me if you can help.
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KJ6*** (pm for the rest), Tech Class

Fresno CA

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KI6*** in Sacramento with VX-7R and FT-8800R in my vehicle. Icom 718 in box waiting for dipole antenna to be set up in yard. . . for many months now.
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Gordon West is doing a FREE General class this weekend at the OC Fire Training
facility at Centennial Park in Santa Ana (Orange County). It starts Saturday at
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I will be there; come on down.
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Gordon West is doing a FREE General class this weekend at the OC Fire Training
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I will be there; come on down.
Argh!!!! Tomorrow's my daughter's 5th birthday, I don't dare skip it.
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Old 06-04-2010, 6:18 PM
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N6??
Sacramento
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Just on 2m right now, Yaesu ft60r ht and use it as mobile.

Not much going on anymore in hamland. Would consider getting back into HF but restrictions are prohibitive at home QTH.

Are there any ex Mad Scientists out there (San Mateo)???
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Class went well. I am now General command_liner.
Free Advanced class is coming in September.

Field day at Santa Ana promises to be nice. There will be a catered dinner
Friday night, plus food on Saturday. Setup at the fire training center will
have plenty of room and plenty of parking. RVs will be able to plug in, but
no drains.
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Hi all,
KK6PE here in the 5 cities. Mostly use 2m and 70cm. I tend to lean towards commercial HT's and mobiles, though I do have a IC706.

Hope to hear y'all on Field Day

Phil
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Mine just showed up this morning.

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Haven't quite figured out what I'm going to do, but I'm official.
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Old 07-07-2010, 10:43 AM
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Time to get on the air or make a trip to Ham City/Ham Radio Outlet with wallet in hand!

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HI all...
Torrance, CA
KD6L** PM for rest
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yaesu 8800 base station w/ power supply & Diamond X50A Dual Band
yaesu 7800, 8900 used for mobile one in each car
HT's yaesu VX-150, VX-3, FT-60, VX-7, and a Motorola HT1250 UHF ham & commercial Band.

would love to chat with anyone local in the South Bay or So cal area..

73's all
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Wow - a lot of technically oriented patriots that enjoy freedom and like to be prepared, count me in:
K6CA, Expert for 25 years. Multiple base, mobile and portable operations.
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Call is N1UG. Been a high speed morse operator for many years but inactive now.
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Is there a good handheld radio that would except an external antenna in a jam and take external rechargeables for shtf? Maybe one that can be chipped for extra features and is rugged and water resistant? Also it must not have a complicated menu system that requires a cheat sheet.

On last request it must be reliable and not have warranty issues. Rugged and not need repairs is the key.

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Most of the handheld (HT) radios will accept an alternate antenna using the connector on top of the radio.

The tri-band Yaesu VX-7R is a waterproof (for 30 minutes) HT radio that should meet most of your needs. Most of these radios will run on a rechargeable battery pack. It's not hard to get a spare, plus a vehicle charger. The chargers aren't designed to allow you to transmit on a very low battery (wait until it charges). Also look at the Yaesu VX-3R as a cheaper dual-band alternative (and it can run on AA batteries with the optional battery case).

The Popular Yaesu FT-60R is a nice radio, but the main fault is the antenna uses a screw-on SMA connector. If you want to swap to, say a vehicle-mounted antenna's coax cable, you'd be better off with a radio that uses a BNC (push/twist) connector.

For SHTF, having an HT will be good for many uses. But it's output is only 5 Watts. Depending on your location, that might not be enough to trigger a distant repeater. Vehicle mounted radios usually put out ~50w which gives you lots more range (even in simplex radio-to-radio mode). I would get the HT and if it's something you use, work towards a mobile rig in your car or truck.
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Haven't quite figured out what I'm going to do, but I'm official.
quite note, i was down in the LA area and went to Hamcity, it is actually called Juns electronics, i was looking around and couldnt find it and thought hmm it must be this place.. sure enough it was. neat store, not much of a front but they got pretty much everything in the rear and can bring it out.

I got some power cable there decent price.
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Thanks

Can you use a yagi antenna and do these radios use the full 5w on all freq's? Are these radios good at receiving the larger home based ham freq's if I was just monitoring their conversations during shtf for news?


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Most of the handheld (HT) radios will accept an alternate antenna using the connector on top of the radio.

The tri-band Yaesu VX-7R is a waterproof (for 30 minutes) HT radio that should meet most of your needs. Most of these radios will run on a rechargeable battery pack. It's not hard to get a spare, plus a vehicle charger. The chargers aren't designed to allow you to transmit on a very low battery (wait until it charges). Also look at the Yaesu VX-3R as a cheaper dual-band alternative (and it can run on AA batteries with the optional battery case).

The Popular Yaesu FT-60R is a nice radio, but the main fault is the antenna uses a screw-on SMA connector. If you want to swap to, say a vehicle-mounted antenna's coax cable, you'd be better off with a radio that uses a BNC (push/twist) connector.

For SHTF, having an HT will be good for many uses. But it's output is only 5 Watts. Depending on your location, that might not be enough to trigger a distant repeater. Vehicle mounted radios usually put out ~50w which gives you lots more range (even in simplex radio-to-radio mode). I would get the HT and if it's something you use, work towards a mobile rig in your car or truck.
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Hams try to use the lowest power setting if possible.
1 it saves you power *especially when you are on a handheld and want to extend your battery life* and you arent wasting all that power when you can reach the repeater or person you are talking to already.

the handhelds usually only operate on 2 meter 440, my 8r has wide receive so it also acts like a scanner.

ill let someone else answer the yagi antenna questions as im not too familiar with them
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N6*** General class, 28 years. Evenings (8:00-9:00) 75 meter phone = 3.810/3.813) and 40 meter CW 7.030. Usually on CW = Call "CQ CGN"...See you there.

The county where I reside has allocated emergency HF frequencies on 80 and 40, SSB. Yunno SHTF?
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Hams try to use the lowest power setting if possible.
1 it saves you power *especially when you are on a handheld and want to extend your battery life* and you arent wasting all that power when you can reach the repeater or person you are talking to already.

the handhelds usually only operate on 2 meter 440, my 8r has wide receive so it also acts like a scanner.

ill let someone else answer the yagi antenna questions as im not too familiar with them
Are the repeaters solar panel operated or off the grid?
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I was thinking we should have a list of HAM's.

List your call sign Class of license
General location
your radio equipment more than 1 if you want
antenna
If you are part of any clubs or Org's

Example for me would be
Vanity granted W6XXX Technician PM for callsign
Concord, CA
Yaesu vx-8r with Diamond SRH320A antenna yaesu 7900 for the car, neat little radio with scanning *wide receive* capabilities
Member of Club 123
For those who do not wish to post your call sign, you can list what radio gear you have etc, and if you want people to talk to just say PM for call sign.

I am a Technician Ham Operator! passed my test tonight 7/17/09

Im in the process of studying for the last week or so and plan on taking the test this coming Friday.
I just placed an order for the new yaesu vx-8r and a diamond srh320a antenna since it has 22 reviews with a 4.9/5.0 score

http://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/4298
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Mobile rigs: (2) FT7900 dual bands.

No clubs.
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Some repeaters are off grid. All traffic on repeaters yields to emergency traffic during a disaster. Consult RACES or ARES for emergency radio comms.
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W6RMC Tim Harris
Petaluma, CA
Extra. Got the vanity call W6RMC since I was at one time a Chief Radioman (RMC) in the USCG.

HF: TS2000, HyGain DX-77 vertical

Mobile rigs: (2) FT7900 dual bands.

No clubs.
How do you like the FT7900's? I'm considering the step up to a mobile unit from my HT and that's on my list of units to go look at.

John
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CB Radios and FRS radios are so much better than HAM radios!.... What junk.









LOL... just joking. I could see all the HAMs out there getting all pissed off.

I love HAM radio. VX-7R, and beat to hell, and working great.
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Old 09-23-2010, 5:37 PM
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I own vx8r ft7900, and a a new FT-857D arrives monday.

7900 is a great radio, before the US $ went down, i got mine for about 265$ now its about 300$
Great 2 meter radio and also works like a scanner for me

a few places to check out

http://www.aesham.com/
http://www.universal-radio.com
http://www.hamradio.com/
http://www.theantennafarm.com

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- ^^6^^ EXTRA Class operator.

- VE with ARRL, GLAARG & W5YI group
- Yeasu FTDX-2000
- Yaesu FT-857d (two of them)
- Yaesu FT-897
- Icom 706 MkIIG
- Icom 7000
- Yaesu 7800 (two)
- Yaesu 8800
- Yaesu 8900
- Kenwood TH-F6
- Yaesu FT-530
- Alinco 235T (222 mhz)
- Ameritron 811H amplifier
- LDG tuners
- Analyzers, Bryd watt meter
- Power supplys (about a dozen of them)
- Vertical antennas (multiple)
- Dipoles (multiple)
- Home brew radio projects & antenna fabrication (welding)
- I prefer QRP and QRPp operations from remote areas of the deserts.

Not only the above, but I'm also a gun nut, life endowment member of the NRA and member of the ARRL.

I can't stand IRLP and Echolink is NOT ham radio. It's just like another AOL internet chat room.

HF is where all the fun is at. I do use some repeaters while commuting, but they are boring for me personally.

Guns & Radio........... Doesn't get any better!
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Old 10-13-2010, 5:22 PM
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got my 857D, neat radio.. going to take my test maybe this weekend at pacific con but I dont think im ready yet, not enough studying.

TPT, you surely have alot of $ invested in radios. How do you like the 857D? im still new to it.

I like my vx8r, always liked the Kenwood F6 though since it has a bigger battery and seems to be just the same as the 8r.

Yes echolink is not true ham but it is a neat feature to have on my Sprint Evo cell phone running droid and its free.
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