N2HDW REPEATER NETWORK
Welcome to the N2HDW Ham
Radio Repeater Network. This system is a privately owned independently
operated,linked FM network, whose sole purpose is technical experimentation.
We would like to specifically encourage any licensed amateur who is interested
in learning or has something they would like to contribute, to participate.
The N2HDW and WB2EQX repeaters are linked together 24 hours / 7dqys a
week. They all have DTMF access and can be separated for special events
such as RACES and ARES events. We are interested in communicating with
good operators who are interested in helping us build a long distance extended
covarage network. We are proud to be linked to the WB2BQW VHF repeater
system, a closed, extended network that has coverage in 7 states. Access
to the WB2BQW can be obtained through a control operator on the air.
We are active participants in many Hudson division ARES functions and the
individual repeaters operate in regular local RACES practice drills.
Additional information about our group can be optained on the air on
a convenient linked repeater or on the internet to
The repeater frequencies
locations and PL's are listed on my next page.
REPEATER FREQUENCY INFORMATION (Page 2)
THE WEATHER CHANNEL
WEATHER by Weather Channel
EAST COAST WEATHER INFORMATION
GRAPHICS WEATHER INFORMATION
CALL SIGN LOOKUP
THE N2PPN WEB SITE
QRZ's REPEATER MOD
QRZ's HAM RADIO CALL SIGN LOOKUP
NYC Metro Area Scanner Info
NYDXA's Home page, serving the NY & NJ
scanner & short wave community
The Scanner Frequency Page
STILL RUNNING AFTER ALL THESE
The man in motion was created
by Mr. Eadweard Muybridge as a series of still photographs. This
world famous British photographer and inventor lived from 1830 to 1904.
He was a significant contributor to the early study of human and animal
locomotion. His extensive studies and inventions were acknowledged by such
pioneers of motion pictures as E. J. Marey, the Lumiere brothers, and Thomas
Edison. Through his studies he was able to demonstrate the ability
of the camera to see what the human eye cannot. It seemed somehow
appropriate to me to animate on a computer this image that was ground breaking
during it's time a century ago, and place it on the Web which has been so
groundbreaking today. The image of man running after all these years is captured
by Muybridge, still running, placed on the World Wide Web where all can seen,
from anywhere and anytime, and is, Still running after all this time. Just
as the motion picture has changed the way we view the world, so has the world
wide web. This motion picture stands as a tribute to Muybridge who was able
to make discoveries through using the technology of his day. Let this motion
picture stand as an inspiration to us all, that there are many areas to explore
with the technology that we have today and new ones to be discovered tomorrow.
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