ABěNF


Welcome to my homepage, thanks for visiting!

If you are in the Denver, Colorado area, I monitor the following frequencies;

Band

Frequency

Offset (Standard)

CTCSS

6m

53.050

-1MHz

107.2 Required

2m

145.145

-

107.2

2m

147.225

-

107.2

2m

146.520

SIMPLEX

SIMPLEX

70cm

447.150

-

107.2

70cm

447.975

-

107.2

If you are experiencing interference from an amateur station, see the following links.  In many cases (unfortunately not all) the amateur will help you with your RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) problems.

 What To Do If You Have An Electronic Interference Problem - This has general information on how the interference can occur.

Most amateur interference will affect telephones and televisions.

 Television, Telephone, and Stereo Interference from the FCC.

My radios:

ICOM IC-706MKIIG with IC-AT180 automatic antenna tuner
ICOM IC-WC32A 2m/70cm FM HT
DRAKE R8B Communications Receiver
BEARCAT Scanner

The antenna is a sloper attached to the eve of the house and goes down to the fence.

Visit my on-line station log.  I QSL 100%.   This log contains Field Day contacts also.

Below you will see some links to my favorite Amateur Radio pages.

 ARRL Homepage - American Radio Relay League.  News and information about Amateur Radio.

 National ARES Website - Amateur Radio Emergency Services.

 QRZ Homepage - Callsign lookup, message boards, and more.

If you love CB, this is for you!

If you have any questions about amateur radio, interference, or wish to become an amateur radio operator, please email me!

ab0nf@arrl.net