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WX Station

The KC9S-1 {ILSUL} packet node is now active on 145.050 MHz.  Ports available are 145.050 MHz RF port, 145.010 MHz port, and AX/IP/UDP port.  Also available on the node are the BBS, Winlink TELPAC access, and a DX Cluster. 

On July 19, 2010, straight line winds brought down my 60 foot tower and most everything on it.  I improved my station by raising a 80 foot tower on November 6, 2010.  The new TA-33  Jr. beam is working well as well as the VHF/UHF tri-band beam and VHF/UHF vertical.  I recently installed an Alpha-Delta 160-80-40m sloper.  I continue to be very active on 6m, 2m, 1.25m, and 70 cm.  Over the last couple of years, I have operated D-STAR. 

Don't miss the links on the left of this page.  73.


A Message From the Webmaster

Welcome to my amateur radio homepage. My call is KC9S and the handle is Clint. My QTH is Sullivan, IL, USA. This page is dedicated to Amateur Radio and my friends who enjoy this wonderful hobby. I run the following modes of operation: HF VOICE, PSK31, VHF VOICE, VHF PACKET, and UHF VOICE. Email me at the bottom of this page if you have any comments or questions.

It's easier than ever to get your amateur radio license.  With the new three classification format no code requirement, you can have your ticket in no time.  Contact the ARRL for more information on study materials.



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