What really makes this interesting is that David made most of his contacts on VHF. He is living proof that all you need is an HT, an antenna and a summit. Neil plans to have a working station on site at the club meeting.
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This will impact coverage depending on your location. The N4LMC We are working to get a crew up the tower, assess and repair the damage as soon as possible.
The Anew site is under construction a site north of Elkton KY. When completed it's antenna will be at ft amsl.
As needed during severe weather events or training. Its history is that of great and continuous service. We lost George in
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Repeaters serve a special role in the Amateur Radio community during both normal and emergency operations. Typically operated by a club or experienced ham operators with access to a tower or other high location, a repeater retransmits a signal received at one frequency onto another. This allows any properly authorized and licensed operators to communicate across much farther distances than would otherwise be possible without using a more powerful transmitter.
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