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Present activities centered around NXDN technology in amateur radio.

K1IFF NXDN Repeaters, all very narrow, 4 khz b/w (6.25 khz channel spacing), short TX tails

Kenwood repeaters and associated equipment provided by Northwest Communications, Harwinton, CT.

Bristol CT   449.975000 -5m, RAN 1 WW (GID 65000), RAN22 local (no GID), GPSDO locked

Avon CT     449.987500 -5m, RAN 21, not on WW at this time

Bristol, CT  146.592500 +1m, RAN 1, not on WW at this time

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K1IFF/1 - "DX"pedition -Northern NH - Aug 2014

Picture shows HF portable operations in Whitefield, NH, late Aug 2014.

Antenna installation consists of shooting a 3 oz lead fishing sinker, using 10lb monofilament fishing line, into the top of the 90' pine tree using a slingshot. 10lb line hauls up a 30lb line, which then hauls some cable pulling tape connected to the antenna. Antenna slopes about 30 degrees.  Ends are secured with bungee cords to cushion stress during high winds.

End-fed with SGC231 (or 237) tuner on roof of cottage.  Obviously, not very efficient - no match for lots of aluminum in the air - but it works.  Rig is Icom Pro2 barefoot (100w). Active times (EDT) - daytime on 17, late afternoon 7262, eves 3990+- QRM/N.

Also operational in NH until 9/5/2014 on NXDN WW network, using an NXR810 and some portables, local-only coverage on 449.9875, RAN1.

We go QRT on HF from up here on 9/4.

73, gud DX, and tnx to all who we've been able to work from here.

/cliff, k1iff/1

 

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