@BillyBurg as Bill W. likes to order people to do, one can’t email him because after his temper tantrums he blocks your email. You have to use a traceable IP range or he cannot block access. Also at the end of the day, he’s not controlling his page, he’s controlling YOU. With him, that’s what it’s all about.
AMRadiolegend replied to the topic Please See Hobby Broadcaster Review of the Range Extender from ISS in the forum General Discussion 1 month ago
The FCC limit is 100 mW input power. Why are we concerned with 1 or 10 watts?
AMRadiolegend started the topic Please See Hobby Broadcaster Review of the Range Extender from ISS in the forum General Discussion 1 month, 1 week ago
The report is very detailed and useful. My #2 report though more in the relative sense, is forthcoming.
So yesterday I decided to do a 3 part test on the new ATU with an unmodified Talking House V5. The first test was using the supplied wire antenna on 1610 kHz. using a Sony portable that I mentioned elsewhere, the range was about 1/10th of a mile before the signal disappeared into the noise.
Next I used a mounting similar to the chain link fence…[Read more]
On a whim I purchased at Sony ICF-P26 for $17.88 at Walmart. Although it’s analog, it has amazing sensitivity as well as selectivity on both AM and FM considering the price and size, but it is a Sony. Frequency range on FM is 88 – 108 and on AM it’s 530 to 1710 kHz. BTW, unlike other inexpensive analog radios, the dial is VERY…[Read more]
I bought a 100 watt solar array from Harbor Freight for 149 bucks. Comes with a controller and all interconnects. 100 watts is overkill for a Part 15 transmitter but it can certainly be done for a few bucks. This setup kept my 12 volt battery topped off for all of Field Day using a 100 watt PEP transceiver.
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