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New Verticle Ant.

Posted by Archie KD6OLH on January 14, 2015 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Hi All: This past Xmas, I went to the Aerospace Xmas party and had a good time. At the party they had a Xmas raffel. Thank god I bought a lot of tickets. We all had a good time, good friendship, conversation, and food. Most all of us talked about our station and what we would do if we had the $$$s. After the meal, the raffel was held. Last time one member won a 706 mobile rig brand new in the box. This time I won a Verticle Antenna, 10 bands, 1500 Watts, MFJ-1798. You can imagi...

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Option for Weekly Classes for all amateur radio levels

Posted by KI6TOE on May 5, 2013 at 3:40 AM Comments comments (3)

 

                                                                                  4 May 2013

To all who have Extra license members if permitted:

I am just wishing in our LAARC that an option, if we could commit a 2 hours once a week AR classes for all levels. Purpos...

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Computer Stuff

Posted by Archie KD6OLH on November 29, 2009 at 4:24 PM Comments comments (3)

Welll as you know, I got a Compaq laptop w/Vista a couple of months ago and I have had no problems with it as of now. So far I have this website on this comp and DXworld  and eQSL and Winlog32 and AVG 8.5 and some other good stuff.

Tuskeegee Airmen Link

Posted by KI6KGX on November 13, 2009 at 11:39 PM Comments comments (0)

I enjoyed it immensely.  The correct link is lactai.org.

Vertical Antennas

Posted by Archie KD6OLH on February 12, 2009 at 12:09 AM Comments comments (1)

I have been looking at several vertical antennas and I think I have settled on the MFJ 1798. According to the claims made this antenna covers 80/75. 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10, 6, and 2 mtrs. It has been said that with a tuner,it can cover the channelized 5mHz 60 mtr. band. This is all the bands the FT-857D covers with the exception of the 70cm.(420 to 450 mHz). It's a 10 band, half wave vertical that needs no ground radials and no counterpoise. It's only 20 ft. long and weighs 18 lbs. It's r...

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Yeasu 857D

Posted by Archie KD6OLH on February 7, 2009 at 8:26 PM Comments comments (0)

My radio is a 857D and it works well as far as I know. I need a antenna that will xmit on all bands the radio is capable of. I'm looking at a 10 band MFJ vertical. Has anyone had some practical experence in using a vertical all band. All info will be appreciated. Thanks kd6olh


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