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Is anyone a HAM Radio / Amateur Radio operator?
#11
I need to test for my general as well...  

Not exactally QRP but I do need to make a small Lifepo4 pack as well, but to power a mobile radio for a short duration of TX.  Most likely supplemented by a small folding solar setup just as something to have.

I did but a bunch of these... but shamed to admit its still in the box they shipped in, and I have yet to start breaking them down from those big BAE modules.

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#12
Quote:Yesterday, 11:45 AM

(08-22-2018, 06:42 AM)Cherry67 Wrote: Wrote:
Quote: Wrote:Is anyone a HAM Radio / Amateur Radio operator?


Since 45 Years.



Quote:Shheees what where you broadcasting in those days? The enigma codes? LOL


Well That's when 11 meters was HAM    Smile
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Tech in 1983. Was in the USAF and took the test in Atlanta. Was shipping out to Shemya a week later. Heartbroken when they told me I'd have my license in a month or so. lol! Already had the Icoms! General a year later. Extra in 2000 something or other...
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im new here.
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