Amateur Radio Station K4MBE (known in real life as Sterrett Carter).
GE Rangr mobile, GE Phoenix-SX mobile, Midland XTR mobile, Regency RH-606-B mobile, GE MPD portable, GE MPA select portable, Motorola MT-2000 (and MTS-2000) portable, Motorola HT-1000 portable and others as I figure them out.
Amateur practice tests! Courtesy of Pryme Radio (suppliers of Amateur
- GE Mastr II & other good links! (My good friend Mike) Also features the
K4MQF repeater which uses a GE Rangr 150
as the transmitter.
- Tucson Amateur
(Get a list of your local packet frequencies from here.)
BP2M serial Modem (Multimode TNC) Small, low cost, and effective. No
external power required!
- Amateur Radio
our only advocate in Washington D.C. (Lots of Amateur Radio information.)
transceiver modifications. (www.BatLabs.com)
the $60 Repeater Controller "kit".
- Arcade Electronics® -
Great store in the Springfield, VA area for general electronic parts and Gel
- K4US - Mount Vernon Amateur Radio Club -
"MVARC" - Alexandria/Fairfax, VA.
- The Capitol Hill Amateur Radio Society (Sadly
CHARS - W3USS - closed it's doors April 30, 1999) - Washington
Other NoVa area amateur radio clubs:
W4HFH - Alexandria Amateur Radio Club -
Northern Virginia FM Association - Fairfax, VA.
E- mail address: NOSPAM.Carter_SJ@Juno.com
(For legitimate E-Mail, delete "NOSPAM." from the
beginning of the address)
If you are in the Washington D.C. area you can
contact me 'On -Air'!
On 2 Meters - try the 146.655- (141.3 CTCSS) repeater, 146.52
or 146.415 simplex, OR 147.315+ (107.2 CTCSS) repeater.
On 70 cm - try the Pentagon ARC repeater, , 444.600- (107.2 CTCSS) repeater or 446.000 simplex.
On GMRS - try 462.625
or 462.725 simplex.
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