27-Nov-04 Photo of N1SU operating position
is online! See how many active QSOs are happening on each D-Star reflector! D-Star dashboard
N1SU-2 (VHF 144.390 1200 baud) and N1SU-4 (APRS UHF 440.800 9600 baud) nodes are online - providing APRS Messaging via TX internet gateway on VHF and APRS UHF APRS
- HF Digital Voice for Radio Amateurs - an innovative new digital voice mode with a very active developer community - try it today! FreeDV
New mailing list, DigitalVoice is now
up and running - the main topic focus is for discussion of digital
voice on Amateur Radio - join today!
- FDMDV is a revolutionary digital voice mode - SNR ratios
as low as 3dB are fully adequate for easy communication. QRP packers need
only a few watts for easy QSOs!
FDMDV Steve Ford WB8IMY has a great
WinDRM article about
WinDRM in the April 2007
issue, page 38 - read it today!
Weekend every AOR Digital Voice Net will
is QRV Saturday / Sunday - Summer 2:00PM EDT, 1800 UTC,
Winter 2:00PM EST, 1900 UTC - 14.236 QRG USB. WinDRM / FDMDV
Digital Voice Net follows at 3:00PM EDT, 1900 UTC , Winter 3:00PM EST
2000 UTC - 14.236 QRG USB.
Inside the shack
Rigs (all Boatanchors): Drake R-4 / T-4 Reciter, Drake R-4B / T-4XB, Drake 2-C / 2-NT
Modern / Solid state rigs: Ten-Tec Omni VI / Option 1,
Ten-Tec Centurion, ICOM IC-707, ICOM IC-T90A, RIGblaster M8 and Motorola GTX for 900MHz
Keys and Bugs: Vibroplex Original, Deluxe Chrome plated
bug and Heathkit Ultra Pro CW Keyboard Keyer - Model HD-8999
Antennas: 160m fullwave Skywire Loop antenna
- inverted vee dipoles - 40 and 20 meters -
Radioware RF-9914F Bury-Flex
Coax, W2DU 1:1 HF
Wire Baluns and
Wire held by 3/32" Dacron Rope Modes: CW, Digital, Phone - Clover on HAL P38 14065.5
Headphones: AKG K 240 DF - very light and comfortable headphones, excellent audio reproduction
- I will send a QSL card if requested QSL Info
I love - some call them Boatanchors, to me they are real radios.
Straight Key Night SKN begins at 7:00 p.m. EST December 31 and runs for 24 hours through 7:00 p.m. EST January 1 ( 2006 0000-2400 UTC January 1, 2006).
I'll be there running a Drake 2 Line and 4 Line!
CW - Morse Code A1A
To (Yes, it is!) Read N0HFF's "The Art & Skill of
Radio Telegraphy" - The Learn Morse Code is
important book written about learning CW. Also in .PDF
FISTS International Morse Preservation
WB9LPU's Key Corner and info about his
Telegrapher's Mill aka the typewriter
NAQCC - North American QRP
CW Mailing List at
G0TEQ Morse Code
Users mailing list
Vintage Bug Association Net - 9:30pm Eastern 3570 kHz, 10:00pm Eastern 7070
kHz - put your bug on the air!
Side Swiper Net (SSN) - 14055 and 21055 Sunday at 1700 UTC (1200 Noon
Eastern Time, 0900 Pacific Time). Usually on 14055 kHz
Digital Voice and Data - AOR, HamDReaM, WinDRM
Thoughts and Opinions
Product Information and Reviews
Modes and operation
Websites and News
Jason Buchanan - email@example.com