I have found a house in Hubbard, OHIO. North East a couple miles from Youngstown, OHIO. Please send cards to:
2420 Hubbard Masury Road
Hubbard, OH 44425.
Thank you, Ed K4XXX in 8 land.
Hello, My name is Ed, I currently hold an Extra class license. I got my Tech+ license on Jan. 17, 2001, General on April 19, 2001, and Extra on April 18 2002. I am active on 160 to 432 mhz all-mode (includes P-25, NXDN, and DMR on 2m and 440mhz) including 222 mhz. I have a 1296MHz trasnverter and will be on the air when I settle back down into a permanant QTH. 900 MHz is planned also.
To send me a QSL card you can: 1:send one through the beauro 2:or direct. You can use which ever system is best. I do NOT need a SASE to return a card so if you want to send one that is fine, but its not needed.
I love 6 meters and up, and if you have a 6m, 2m, or 432 MHz all mode rig, I suggest trying 6 meters or 2 meters first and using the on4kst.org chat rooms to set up contacts or try the VHF contests. VHF weak signal is a challange and lots of fun nd you meet many great people. Antennas are small and need to be horizontally polarized. I started out with 25 watts on 2 meters and made many contact with a 13B2 antenna about 20 feet off the ground.
I am a member of FISTS #9789, 10-10 # 72788, and the ARRL.
Mobile:IC-7100 HF/VHF/UHF all mode with a Little Tarheel II HF screwdriver antenna and dual band for 2 and 440, Kenwood TK-5820 P-25 UHF mobile, and an Astro Spectra for VHF P-25. Both the Kenwood and Motorola P-25 is for fire and rescue department use and digital HAM when available.
Base (previous QTH's and future location):Icom 756 (original) for HF-6 meters (and to drive transverter) 100 watts, dipole for 160-10, 5 el on 6 meters @ 100 watts; Kenwood TR-9000 for 2 meters, 13B2 w/ 170 watts; Elecraft XV222 220 mhz Transverter, 20 watts (now have a 100 watt amp), 10 elements; Yeasu FT-790R II UHF All mode to a M2 28 element beam w/110 watts.
Yeasu FT-290RII 2m all mode rig, MFJ-9406 6m rig, Alinco DJ-G29T 220/900 mhz HT, 1296MHz transverter, numerous commercial mobiles and handhelds for VHF/UHF/900MHz. Kenwood NDXN NX-200 and NX-300, Connect Systems CS-700 and CS-701 DMR, and Motorola Astro Sabers and Kenwood TK-5220 and TK-5320 P-25 radios.
A Rover station is planned for the near future also, with 6m-2m-222 MHz, and 432 Mhz for starters, each band with around 100 watts output and CW capable.
I hope to hear you on the air sometime. 73 and best DX. De K4XXX Ed
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