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DMR for Dummies website

For those going, or thinking about going, digital on DMR, this website might be helpful … http://www.dmrfordummies.com/   Advertisements

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FOR SALE: Yaesu FT 817nd Package

FOR SALE:   Yaesu FT 817nd Package Less than a year old. Used three times in my back yard and once upstate. Had 1st IF professionally tapped for connecting SDR dongle for apps such as HDSDR or SDR Console. Package includes: … Continue reading

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W2E Special Event station April 13th

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/fair-lawn-slash-glen-rock/articles/fair-lawn-amateur-radio-club-to-partner-with-pate https://www.qrz.com/lookup/w2e  

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FOR SALE by FLARC member

FLARC member Stan, K3KKH says — I would to sell the following equipment: Yaesu FT2000 with: External Speaker ( SP-2000), DMU-2000, two RF micro tuning units ( for 80/40 meters and 30/20 meters), microphone, all cables, and manuals. Like new … Continue reading

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Inventor of FT8 to speak at NJDXA

Joe Taylor K1JT, the inventor of the JT modes and co-inventor of FT8 will be speaking at the North Jersey DX Association (NJDXA) meeting on May 11, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. Location is: Morris County Public Safety Training Academy 500 … Continue reading

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Huge solar storm set to slam Earth March 14th

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5494489/Huge-solar-storm-set-slam-Earth-TOMORROW.html    

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Heathkit History

Look around on the “archive shelves” at the club and you will see many different Heathkit items …  here is a large, complete history of the Heath Company and their line of Heathkit projects. http://w5rkl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Heathkit-AGuideToTheAmateurRadioProducts.pdf  

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