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1969.pdf With all this talk of the NIST cancelling some time and freq. standard services to save $6.5M, I present this overview of their services. The material may be dated, but should be fairly accurate.
289 C.I. V8 Fastback, spotted in Plano, TX
A few years ago I foolishly told my fellow club members that I planned to test for am upgrade from Technician to General class amateur radio license. I say foolish, because now my friends would be expecting me to pass … Continue reading
Soon I will be travelling to the Dayton Hamvention 2018 in Xenia, OH for three days of Amateur Radio goodness and a chance to network with industry leaders at the largest Hamfest in the country (if not the world, but … Continue reading
The Yaesu FT-65r is a good, solid-performing, inexpensive dual-band (2m/70cm) handheld. It is popular with new hams for it’s price and features, but new hams find it hard to program, so I worked with a fellow ham (Matt Mathews, KG5QZO) … Continue reading