ACTIVE VHF-UHF CONTESTER, WEAK SIGNAL and Digital WORK ON UHF AND ABOVE, 80 METER AM MODE, HF DX WEAK SIGNAL WORK, 160 Meters AM MODE, Satellite Operation. Weak VHF-UHF Signal work and DX. Packet and APRS Operations. WAS award, VHF/UHF contest ENY section.
D-STAR operations look for me on reflector 20A and 10C
Yaesu System FUSION and Dstar together operating on 449.1875 +5 Mhz operating in mixed mode FM and C4FM-Dstar
Yaesu System FUSION operating on 442.1875 + 5 Mhz operating in Mixed mode FM and C4FM
DMR is On the AIR 443.200 +5.0 Mhz TS1 TS2 give it a try Located in the Beautiful Hudson Valley
I am Also on Motorola MotoTrbo Look for me on the North America and Local time slot
On Dstar reflectors 020A and 001C Give a shout
MEMBER OF SKYWARN, ARES, OFFICIAL ARRL EMERGENCY STATION ENY DIVISION ARRL VOLUNTEER EXAMINER, ARRL TECHNICIAL SPECIALIST ENY. Member of UNYREPCO. Trustee of The Rockland Satellite and DX association.� Trustee of the KD2EQY and K9RRD,� D-Star Repeaters. Board of Directors Orange County Amateur Radio Club. Member of International DX Association, Radio Society of Great Britan.
Antenna: 260 foot Sturber type dipole for HF
Butternut Vertical Antenna for HF
180 foot dipole for HF operations.
Directional Beams for 6, 2, 70 and 220, 1.2, 2.4 and 5.0 Ghz
High Gain VHF-UHF Verticals for Repeater uses. 7/8 Hardline and LMR400 to repeater antennas..
High Power Cell-Wave and Phelps Dodge Duplexers
While in the Hudson Valley Please use W2LGB 449.1875 -5 MHz SYSTEM FUSION-Dstar repeater pl 114.8 mixed mode
Also W2LGB Yaesu System Fusion REPEATER SYSTEM 442.1875 pl 114.8 Input 447.1875 Pl 114.8 mixed mode
W2LGB Motorola Repeater DMR 443.200 +5 TS1 and TS2
KC2EHA System ( W2LGB) Repeater on 447.875 PL 114.8 Input on 442.875 pl 114.8
KC2EHA REPEATER SYSTEM 147.535 input is 145.535 pl 123.0 check in and enjoy the fun of Amateur radio All Amateur Radio operators welcome.
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