Tailgate Tuesday is held locally in Albuquerque on the Caravan Club repeater 145.33 on the every Tuesday.
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Here's the list of my ham radios gear...
1. Kenwood TS 60S, a 6 meter all mode rig base or mobile.
90 Watts on CW, SSB and FM.
25 Watts on AM.
TX ranges 50 to 54 MHz.
RX ranges 30 to 60 Mhz.
Selling for + or - $ 650.00. With a printed paper instructions Manuel.
2. Yaesu 8DR HT with 6 M, 2 M, 1.2 M and 70 Cm bands.
This HT is very rare to have FM and AM TX modes on 6 Meter band only!
Rest are FM only on 2 M, 1.2 M and 70 Cm bands.
TX power put put 5 Watts on 6, 2 ,70 and 1.5 watts on 1.2 M 222-225 Mhz bands.
1 watts AM on 6 Meter band.
Bonus a GPS antenna with built in GPS receiver!
RX ranges 500 KHz to 1 GHz. "Cell phone blacked out in 800 Mhz ranges"
RX modes are AM, FM and WBFM.
Asking price is $ 275.00 with a Main instructions Manuel.
3. AOR 8600 broadband receiver RX only.
Covers 150 KHZ to 3 GHz.
Analog modes are CW, SSB, AM, AMW, NBFM, FM and WFM, sorry no analog or digital video modes.
ACPO-25P, no trunking mode must be in big city areas to get the signal. In lower 400 MHz ranges or 800 Mhz ranges.
$ 550.00 with a instructions Manuel.
Aside from selling the radio, also need help on getting the TX digital mode working on my Kenwood TS 2000X having problem with Rigblaster.
Little or no problem on RX digital same goes for analog SSTV.
Contact: text 505-503-3420 or E-mail email@example.com
Has for sale Ham Radio Desks Maps!
This is a I want.
1- A parts radio, Icom IC-706MKIIG
2- hand mic MH-103 or MH-118T, for the IC-706
3- mobile mounting bracket MB62, for the IC-706
4- front panel mount bracket MB-63, for the IC-706
5- separation cable OPC-587, for the IC-706
6- Instruction Manual, for the IC-706MKIIG
BTech UV50x3 144/220/440 $85.00
Wouxun KG-UV950P Quad Band 10m/6m/2/440 $150.00 for both
BTech has RT systems software
Has a QYT Brand New Quad Band.
Great small radio. Asking 95.00
Contact Cell 505-296-2265
This is Terry
I made a plastic pipe structure for my Small Magnetic Loop (SML) and installed four 3/4 in diameter copper tubes, effectively 3 inches diameter which makes an excellent SML antenna. but then realized it was not good for portable, which is all I do now. Many Hams who have them have worked the world with QRP (and less copper). This SML is 1 meter diameter and is 90% efficient on 160-10 meters if good connections are made. It requires a butterfly capacitor ($68 at MFJ) (or vacuum variable) and is low profile for housing issues. It is low to the ground and if 2 meter long radials are added it adds 5 dB gain. I will sell it for $100. It is a great antenna for home use (even indoors), but not for portable. It has a 1/5 meter diameter small loop, inside the big loop, which feeds the loop with a 50 ohm matched load (no matching problems). The antenna is tuned with the variable capacitor, with a VSWR meter or just listening to the increase in band noise. If anyone knows who might be interested,
I can be contacted at K7XR@centurylink.net