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Excuse the present disarray from the new Maidenhead location EM12MO43UV ...life under construction. I JUST moved to the great state of Texas (mid-2016), so it will take me several months of materials redeployment to reclaim my presence in the aether! When I'm all done, I should have all antennas tips at the QTH at 60' AGL, which sits at 821' AMSL. I also just bought a beautiful brand new Fury motorcycle (chopper style, mid-weight Cruiser [663 lbs]) and want to spend some time tooling about and customizing the heck out of it (Yes, it will have 2-way on board). The 2 antenna tips on the MC will be at 7' AGL. Additionally, I also purchased a brand new RAM 2500HD 4X4 (black-out BOSS Edition) Monster truck [I just moved here, and I already dominate in Texas!]. The antenna tips on the truck will be at 13' AGL (or maybe 20', if I can get a unique 'fold-over' mechanism worked-out). Pictures of both at the bottom of this page. Give me time to come back to my senses and update the bio properly.

Husband and father, KK4VRE (HAM), WQST332 (GMRS), KRED75104 (CB-A/D), KNJ2MB (Monitor), Radio Club of America (former member, NYC), SCUBA diver (PADI [since '79]), US Power Squadron (former member), Patriot Guard Rider (former member - 38 'missions'), Biker (twin-V type), Author (2 books), Electromagnetic Spectrum Authority (retired/ 1993 [RF deployment for major skyscrapers (WTC [see photos below], Citicorp Center WHQ, The General Motors Building, Chase Manhattan Bank WHQ, CitiBank Court Square, Chemical Bank WHQ, The New York Palace, 1 New York Plaza, 1700 Broadway, 3 Park Avenue, 1 Confucius Plaza, 4 MetroTech Plaza, etc.) and various towers (Valhalla Tower - Westchester [489'] down to First Boston - Plainsboro [200']), NRA member, extensive firearms collector (29), high-end Spirit's/ Wine collector with 350 bottles (luv my Louis XIII, The Glenlivet Cellar Collection (1973 Vintage - 36 YO), The Macallan 1824 Master's Series, Chateau de Laubade Bas Armagnac (1945 Vintage - 71 YO), and Armand de Brignac Blanc de Blanc!), huge Bluray movie buff (over 2,000 movies), family lineage in this land since late November, 1638 (my son is the 14th generation in this country), etcetera. Born and worked in the greatest city in the world (NYC [London #2, Paris #3]), I retired to Florida (that's the law, right?) and a life in our home on the ICW in Fort Lauderdale at 38 years old. The whole family are HAM's, SCUBA divers, and have or held security licenses and CCL's (I was a Major with the Wackenhut Corporation for a few years). I was a former amateur cyclist (back in my youth when a 13 lb bike was exotic) and have reached 71 mph on a 2 degree decline. For years I would bicycle 20 miles per day. Until recently, I owned a 1996 44' yacht (Sport Cruiser with 840 HP and 39 person capacity) and a 1996 28'-3" superstretch limousine (10 person capacity with running water, PC, 800W inverter, etc.). Too bad we get old.... darn telomeres.

The MF, HF, VHF, and UHF transmission capabilities of communications systems I own spans:
1.8-2.0, 3.5-4.0, 5.255-5.405, 7.0-7.3, 10.1-10.15, 14.0-14.35, 18.068-18.168, 21.0-21.45, 24.89-24.99, 26-33, 47-54, 134-175, 222-225, 400-481, and 902-928 MHz (+BT) either in AM/ USB/ LSB/ FM/ FMN/ FMW/ FHSS, including APRS, ARTS, CTCSS, CW, DCS, EPCS modes where applicable, and range from 20 milliwatts to 100 watts.

The ELF, SLF, ULF, VLF, LF, MF, HF, VHF, and UHF receiving capabilities of communications systems I own spans:
DC to 3.0 GHz either in AM [AM/ USB/ LSB/ CW/ RTTY], FM [NBFM/ WBFM/ FHSS/ C4FM/ FDMA (CQPSK)], or digital [Baudot RTTY/ D-STAR/ NXDN/ dPMR/ DCR/ APCO P25], all according to the unit.

Some radio related equipment -

(001) Icom IC-7300 SDR undec-band base transceiver [1 unit]
(002) Icom SM-50 desk microphone for Icom IC-7300 [1 unit]
(003) Icom SP-38 external matching speaker for Icom IC-7300 [1 unit]
(004) MFJ MFJ-993B Intellituner automatic antenna tuner for Icom IC-7300 [1 unit]
(005) MFJ-5124I interface cable for MFJ-993B and IC-7300 [1 unit]
(006) TYT TH-9800 quad-band mobile transceiver [3 units]
(007) XIEGU X108G Outdoor Edition novem-band mobile transceiver [1 unit]
(008) Yaesu VX-8DR quad-band hand transceiver, unlocked [1 unit]
(009) Yaesu BU-2 internal bluetooth module for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(010) Yaesu BH-2A bluetooth mono headset for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(011) Yaesu FGPS-2 GPS module for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(012) Yaesu MH-74A7A speaker microphone w/GPS mount for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(013) Yaesu CT-136 GPS adapter for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(014) Yaesu FNB-102Li hi-capacity battery for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(015) Yaesu CD-40 charger cradle for BH-1A [1 unit]
(016) Yaesu PA-46B AC charger (6 VDC at 1 amp) for CD-40 cradle [1 unit]
(017) Yaesu CD-41 charger cradle for VX-8DR [2 units]
(018) Yaesu FBA-39 AA Battery Case for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(019) Yaesu SSD-11B AC rapid charger (10.5 VDC at 1 amp) for CD-41 cradle [1 unit]
(020) Yaesu SDD-13 DC rapid adapter (11 VDC at 2.1 amps) for CD-41 cradle or direct input [1 unit]
(021) Yaesu CSC-93 vinyl case for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(022) Yaseu CN-3 SMA to BNC adapter for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(023) The Nifty Mini Manual for the Yaesu VX-8DR [1 unit]
(024) Yaesu FPR-1 Monitor Unit (w/ 210 mA LiPo cell) [1 unit]
(025) Yaesu CAB-1 charging cradle for FPR-1 and BH-2A headset (using a 4.2 VDC 100/500 mA LiPo charge circuit) [1 unit]
(026) Opek THR-20 20.87" SMA-M mount tri-band (6/2/.7) and scanner antenna (25-1300) for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(027) RTS ADMS-VX8 programming software and USB cable for VX-8DR [1 unit]
(028) QYT KT8900 miniature dual-band mobile transceiver (for my motorcycle) [1 unit]
(029) AnyTone Smart miniature single-band mobile transceiver (for my motorcycle) [1 unit]

(030) TONFA UV-985 dual-band hand transceiver [4 units]
(031) TriSquare eXRS TSX300 single-band FHSS hand transceiver [4 units]
(032) Beofeng BT-T1 mini hand transceiver [5 units]
(033) Uniden 980SSB single-band mobile transceiver [2 units]
(034) Uniden BC906W CB wireless microphone for the Uniden 980SSB [1 unit]
(035) Standard Horizon HX280S single-band hand transceiver [1 unit]
(036) Uniden BCD536HP mobile communications receiver [1 unit]
(037) Uniden BC-GPSK GPS receiver for the Uniden BCD536HP [1 unit]
(038) GTI Electronics Spectrum Display Unit [1 unit]
(039) Comet CAA-500 Mark II 1.8 to 500 MHz antenna analyzer [1 unit]
(040) Icom IC-R8600 professional specifications super-wideband SDR communications receiver [1 unit]
(041) Icom SP-39AD external matching speaker and PS w/ AD-55NS for IC-R8600 [1 unit]
(042) Icom IC-R7000 base communications receiver [1 unit]
(043) Icom TV-R7000 TV receive adaptor [1 unit]
(044) Icom RC-12 IR remote control for the IC-R7000 [1 unit]
(045) Icom IC-R71A base communications receiver [1 unit]
(046) Icom EX-310 Speech Synthesizer [1 unit]
(047) Icom RC-11 IR remote control for the IC-R71A [1 unit]
(048) Icom IC-R1 portable communications receiver [1 unit]
(049) Icom BC-72 Desktop Charger [1 unit]
(050) Realistic PRO-34 portable receiver [1 unit]
(051) Grundig Mini-300 AM/SW/FM novem-band pocket receiver [1 unit]
(052) Motorola Dimension IV A05DVC2468AC (Freq 852.0375 MHz/ Dec Ch 42/ Hex 2A) Tone & Voice pager [1 unit]
(053) Motorola NLN4508B desk charger (1.3 VDC at 18 mA) for Dimension IV [1 unit]
(054) Jummax RTL-SDR, FM+DAB, DVB-T USB dongle (RTL2832U & R820T) & MCX antenna [1 unit]
(055) Kaito KA123 AM/FM/NOAA receiver with Alert & Flashlight [1 unit]
(056) Surecom SR-328 duplex repeater controller [1 unit]

(057) Lepai LP-2020A+ 20 watt audio amplifier for PA [1 unit]
(058) Pyle PSP8 all weather 5-inch PA horn for Uniden 980SSB [2 units]
(059) 7.4V 3800mAh Li-ion battery for TONFA UV-985 [3 units]
(060) 7.4V 1800mAh Li-ion battery for TONFA UV-985 [6 units]
(061) 6 AA rechargable battery shell for TONFA UV-985 [1 unit]
(062) battery adapter (battery plate to cig. plug) for TONFA UV-985 [1 unit]
(063) 3800mAh Li-ion battery eliminator (barrel plug to cig. plug) for TONFA UV-985 [1 unit]
(064) ANLI A-100 dual-band base antenna [1 unit]
(065) HHT HH-9000 quad-band mobile antenna [3 units]
(066) Diamond SG7500 dual-band mobile antenna (for my motorcycle) [1 unit]
(067) Shakespeare Mariner 8300 single-band antenna [1 unit]
(068) Dressler ARA-2000 active RX 50 MHz - 2.05 GHz base antenna [2 units]
(069) Dressler ARA-60 active RX 40 kHz - 60 MHz base antenna [1 unit]
(070) Diamond D-505 active RX 500 kHz - 1.5 GHz mobile antenna [1 unit]
(071) Diamond SPM35 Heavy Duty SO-239 magnetic mount [1 unit]
(072) Nagoya UT-108UV dual-band mobile transceiver antenna [1 unit]
(073) Nagoya NA-666 dual-band hand transceiver antenna [3 units]
(074) Nagoya NL-R2 dual-band mobile transceiver antenna [1 unit]
(075) TalkPod illuminated dual-band transceiver antenna [3 units]
(076) Gino 900 single-band mobile transceiver antenna [1 unit]
(077) Firestik FL4-B single-band mobile transceiver antenna [1 unit]
(078) Hustler IC56 102" single-band SS whip with static ball [1 unit]
(079) Solarcon MAX 2000 24ft multi-band HF base antenna [1 unit]
(080) Solarcon MAXGPK Ground Plane Kit for MAX 2000 [1 unit]
(081) Workman Wil-GPK-B 3/8 x 24 mobile antenna ground plane kit [1 unit]
(082) Wilson 305-610 HD SS single-band antenna 3/8 x 24 stud to SO-239 [1 unit]
(083) Nagoya RE-02 mobile antenna ground plane kit [1 unit]
(084) Nagoya B-400 black mobile antenna mount and coax [4 units]
(085) Harvest Wireless DL-30A Dummy Load 100W max 0-500Mhz Pl-259 [1 unit]
(086) Ahuago 0014-0102 Dummy 
Load 10W max 0-6 GHz SMA [1 unit]
(087) Channel Master CM-1850 telescoping radio mast - 43' tall [2 units]
(088) Channel Master 9510 antenna rotator [1 unit]
(089) YHG S-360-12 variable 10.0-14.8 VDC/ 360 watt/ 30 amp switiching DC power supply [2 units]
(090) RadioShack 22-504 13.8 VDC at 3 amps regulated DC power supply with DC socket and twin pairs of Anderson PowerPoles [1 unit]
(091) Planet Audio PC10F 10 Farad Capacitor w/digital voltmeter and blue illumination [1 unit]
(092) G.T.Power Rc HPWMPA-130 VDC/A/W/WH meter [2 units]
(093) VoltMinder 12 VDC Digital Volt Meter and alarm [1 unit]
(094) Times Microwave LMR-400 coaxial cable [325']
(095) OptoElectronics 2600 H/A 1 MHz - 2.6 GHz frequency counter [1 unit]
(096) Surecom SF401 27 MHz - 3 GHz frequency counter with CTCSS/DCS decoder [1 unit]
(097) MFJ MFJ-945E 1.8 to 30 MHz (300w) mobile antenna tuner/SWR meter w/SO-239 connectors [1 unit]
(098) SW Technologies REDOT 2016A 1.6 - 60 MHz (199w) digital SWR/PWR meter w/SO-239 connectors [1 unit]
(099) SW Technologies REDOT 1050A 100 - 500 MHz (120w) digital SWR/PWR meter w/N-Female connectors [1 unit]
(100) Workman 104 120 - 500 MHz (150w) analog SWR/PWR meter w/SO-239 connectors [1 unit]
(101) Micronta 21-525B 3 - 30 MHz (1,000w) analog Field Strength/SWR Tester w/SO-239 connectors [1 unit]
(102) B&K Precision 1535A 35 MHz dual-trace Oscilloscope [1 unit]
(103) Sperry DM-4400A multimeter [1 unit]
(104) Hypario-Flexible Throat Mic Covert Acoustic Tube Earpiece Headset With Finger PTT [3 units]
(105) Anderson PP15, PP30, PP45, PP75, PP120 (all 11 colors, but mainly red and black) [180 units]
(106) Anderson SB120 connectors (grey) [1 unit]
(107) Power Werx CigBuddy PowerPole 20A cig. adapter [1 unit]
(108) Workman A28 lightening arrestor [1 unit]
(109) Sain 28-020-140 rubber radio cover case for TONFA UV-985 [6 units]
(110) Arkon GN088-L22-SBH 22" Dual-T floor-mount pedestal [1 unit]
(111) TYT programming cable for the TYT TH-9800 w/ CD [1 unit]
(112) TONFA programming cable for TONFA UV-985 w/ CD [1 unit]
(113) Suaoki 100 watt/ 17.8 volt/ 5.62 amp ultra-thin and flexible monocrystalline '12 volt' photovoltaic panel [2 units]
(114) Regency 50 watt/ 17.8 volt/ 2.84 amp polycrystalline '12 volt' photovoltaic panel [2 units]

(115) YueYueZou 20-amp intelligent photovoltaic charge controller with dual USB ports [1 unit]
(116) RoadPro 
20 AWG (0.03196124353") high strand OFC power zip-cord [red/black - 25']
(117) Southwire T90 THHN 12 AWG (0.08080728215") 19-strand OFC power wire [red - 50', black - 50']
(118) SHCA 8 AWG (0.1284883984")
high strand OFC power cable [red - 25', black - 25']
(119) Southwire T90 THHN 1 AWG (0.2892926458") 19-strand OFC power cable [black - 3']

(120) SoundQuest 1/0 AWG (0.3248558915") ultra-high strand OFC power cable [red - 18', black - 18']
(121) TEMCo WC0340 4/0 AWG (0.46") ultra-high strand OFC power cable [red - 10', black - 10']
(122) Prestigiuous Bullion 1 kilo 99.9% pure copper ingot (chopped in half to replace both battery terminals) [1 unit]
(123) various SMA, BNC, UHF, Twin-Ax, N (many kinds - ex: UG-167A/U for 7/8" hardline) connectors/adapters/elbows [dozens and dozens of units]
(124) various PG11, PG16, PG21, PG29 black polyamide waterproof (IP67) cable glands [25 units]
(125) Pelican 1200-000-110 waterproof/ crushproof/ floatable/ lockable case (for radio gear) [7 units]
(126) Goplus EP21561-110V 12U 19 inch lockable telecommunications rack cabinet w/ glass door, fan, LED lighting [1 unit]
(127) Raxxess UNS-1 vented shelves for 19 inch rack cabinet [3 units]
(128) NavePoint 2U cover plates for 19 inch rack cabinet [5 units]
(129) NavePoint 1U cover plates for 19 inch rack cabinet [2 units]
(130) URH-8275 universal overhead transceiver mounting kit [1 unit]
(131) black HDPE and black Lucite custom self-made center communications console for pick-up truck [1 unit]
(132) 
OLS PSZACCEPS052H 10-way LED illuminated blade fuse box with cover, 100A max. [1 unit]
(133) Blue Sea Systems 10-gang common 150A busbar with cover [1 unit]
(134) DieHard Platinum 51065 12 volt AGM battery, Group 65, 950 CCA, 145 RC, 74 Ah/ 888 Whr [1 unit]
(135) CSB HR
12145 12 volt SLA battery, VRLA, high-discharge rate, 14.5 Ah/ 174 Whr, with F2 terminals [2 units]
(136) CSB HR1234WF2 12 volt SLA battery, VRLA, high-discharge rate, 9 Ah/ 108 Whr, with F2 terminals [2 units]
(137) Hakko FX888D (0-65W) Digital Soldering Station (120-900F), plus 14 tips [1 unit]
(138) Texflex 1/4" & 3/4" PET expandable braided sleeving - black [20' total]
(139) Stinger SWT0B 1/0 AWG cable clamp [4 units]
(140) 1/2" ferrite core chokes for LMR-400 [4 units]

(141) 8' copper clad 3/4" grounding rod [2 units]

...more stuff later (like the Icom IC-9700 when it comes out)

Don't use the word "radiation", it causes most people's eyes to dilate slightly, revealing the negative connotation people have in the word... use the term "energy emanation", it means the same exact thing and doesn't alarm them.

If you don't own at least an oscilloscope and a variable temperature soldering iron you're not serious about electronics.

If you don't own at least 2 transceivers and a SWR meter you're not serious about radio communications.

Your handgun is your last ditch attempt to fight your way back to where you left your rifle.

Never get confused in your adamant position of assertiveness; it is not aggression, it is your stance in knowing what is correct.

Did you know that the SI unit "Hertz" was established by the IEC in 1930, but did not get accepted by the CGPM until 1960 (bumping "Cycles Per Second"), which some feel was due to Heinrich Hertz being German (WWII). Hertz died at the youthful age of 36 on January 1, 1894, and of course was long dead even before WW I.​

A omni antenna with a wave center at        1.415' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to   5.0 miles away (  10 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at        8.742' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to   7.5 miles away (  15 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at      22.315' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 10.0 miles away (  20 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at      42.135' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 12.5 miles away (  25 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at      68.202' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 15.0 miles away (  30 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    100.515' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 17.5 miles away (  35 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL. 
A omni antenna with a wave center at    139.075' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 20.0 miles away (  40 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    183.882' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 22.5 miles away (  45 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    234.935' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 25.0 miles away (  50 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    292.234' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 27.5 miles away (  55 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    355.780' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 30.0 miles away (  60 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    425.573' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 32.5 miles away (  65 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    501.612' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 35.0 miles away (  70 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    583.898' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 37.5 miles away (  75 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    672.430' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 40.0 miles away (  80 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    767.209' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 42.5 miles away (  85 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    868.234' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 45.0 miles away (  90 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at    975.506' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 47.5 miles away (  95 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.
A omni antenna with a wave center at 1,089.025' AGL, with enough power, might get you direct contact with someone standing with a HT up to 50.0 miles away (100 mile omni coverage) from the same AMSL.

Beyond this simple extrapolation, you will need to use something like coverage maps based on ground-path loss using the Longley-Rice irregular terrain model for refined results at your specific location.

WTC - Tower 1

The WTC - Tower 1 (the RF tower was 362' tall). Redemption for rising from the former 'Radio Row' blocks of yesteryear. Almost everywhere you will read the roof height as being 6' taller on Tower 1 then on Tower 2. This was not so in the first 6 years; it is because a re-enforcement hump for the roof (shows in picture at cable tray bend) had to be installed later for the communications tower. On the exterior edges, both Towers 1 and 2 were exactly the same height from birth to death.

The WTC - Tower 1 (NW quadrant of roof, looking north [5 deg.]). With the roof at 1,362' AGL, it was always windy (no railings). From the tip of the communications tower (1,762' [...and yes, higher than the tip of the Sears Tower antennas from MSL]) the radio horizon was 58.735 miles away (visual was 50.866 miles) at MSL; NBC's Channel 4 had a back-up 'bow tie' antenna there. From the roof edge of either Tower 1 or 2, the radio horizon was 52.206 miles away (visual was 45.212 miles) at MSL.

Here is a montage of some more photo's of me on Tower 1 of the WTC. You can actually see me leaning into the wind. I also CADed the roof and 110th floor of Tower 1 WTC (and many other communications skyscrapers and towers in the NE). The photo with the aircraft warning beacon in the foreground was taken by myself at a scant 4' from the edge of the building. They said I was crazy. The PANYNJ restriced stub mounted monopoles to 13' in height due to winds; they broke their own rule with their own 22' antenna.

My love for "Old Glory" (displayed since 1 week after 9-11-2001, along with 180 million candlepower in searchlights and 1,200 watts of external patriotic music). As the amperage far exceeded the supply of what the truck could support (138 amps), I had to deploy huge Group 8D batteries (161 pounds each!) to supply the power. I am amazed the FAA didn't put out a hit on me... but it did emblazen those flags in so much light you'd think they were on fire (you could see the beam 2 miles away from street level).

Cover of my last book/ first PDF-based book (585 pages / 2011). Genuinely hyper-accurate. A great reference read if you want to increase your knowledge and imbibe some incredible information/ data pearls. Six years in the making (I wanted to make it 1,000 pages, but the family said no).

My favorite picture of my son and I (taken around 1997, on a tram yards away from Mickey's Toon Town at Walt Disney World). He looks like a child angel. Man did we spoil him.

My Queen and our little prince in a private showing at Central Park Zoo in NYC. Man those were fairy tale times.

My 2016 Fury (1,312 cc's), unmodified as of yet in this picture.

A snap of my bike on my new truck being brought home from the dealer.

...more photo's later



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