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     Greetings from the SW Missouri Ozarks! I am a retired First Responder, and am still active in amateur radio...on the Receive side, thanks to Dr. Donald Spoon, KØAPK, who was kind enough to *gift* me a spare SDR (Software Defined Radio) Receiver!  It is the "Perseus", made in Italy, by Microtelecom.  Like other SDR's, receivers and transceivers - alike, it utilizes your own computer monitor, to display and control all functions.  I am still amazed just how far technology has taken us in amateur radio communications.  And my 3 year old granddaughter is fascinated with the "pretty colors" on the Waterfall :-).  I still monitor all my old favorite 40 M HF Nets (The Good Ole Boys Group, and the net that follows, the Moonlighter's Net, 4:30 PM and 6:00 PM, respectively), and also actively participate in our local SKYWARN Youth Net, every Sunday evening at 7:30 PM CDT/CST, taking care of the weather side of things.  I also check into our Regional SKYWARN Training Net on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 PM CDT/CST, hosted by Jim, NØUAM, on our *Echolink* node, through the NØNWS (145.49) mHz Repeater.  Beginning in the Fall of 2017, I have taken it upon myself to participate & encourage young hams to get involved and grow in this time-honored hobby.  That being said, I regularly check into and participate in four Youth Nets (the list will grow).  Also look for activity on THIS repeater, KA5AHS-R, located in Atlanta, TX, and maintained by Mr. Jerry Goodson, et al  W5BFF !! The Rabbits are on the air :-)   Through the miracle of modern technology, and a program called RCForb Client, I am now able to be *RF* again, after many years.  Also, through the help of Don "Doc" Spoon KØAPK (again) and a young aspiring ham, Mason KM4SII, I now can use remote (site) ham radio stations to talk to my friends out here!  http://www.remotehams.com/


A Special *Thank You* is sent towards Mr Ray Bailey  de N4GYN, of Buford,  Georgia, for granting me Tuning & Transmitting Privileges on his Remote Radio !!




































































      ...Because someone suggested I put up pics of my latest project, here it is.  It is a Homebrew OTA DTV antenna.





                             ...Because a ham radio license, is a "License to Learn! "


                        And here is a screen capture of my Perseus SDR in "action"!





      This Perseus SDR is THE coolest thing since Sliced Bread!!!  The "diagonal" Blue line in the second picture is what Dave, N9IA and I affectionately dubbed "The Walking Oscillator"!  Every once in a while, it just shows up in the 40 meter spectrum, and just wanders around! 


For all my Weather needs, I use the following Allison House products...GRLevel3v2.60 and Gr2Analyst, while for my local weather, I use a version of WeatherDisplay !





                            And, if all else fails, there is always this :   




                                                     ...A Future ham in the making :-)...




Best 73 to All Y'all and, as I always say...Be Safe...and Good Health!  Carl  de NØCEL                                                  



















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