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Alright! So, my new Vanity Callsign is now valid. I changed from K5GWH (Kilo Five Golf Whiskey Hotel) to N5GOR (November Five Golf Oscar Romeo). I find it rolls off my English accented tongue much easier. Plus, it’s what I get called. Gor! Obviously the main title of this website will now [...]
Colin G4EML from the UK, (my Motherland!), posted a comment in my Baofeng UV-5R low TX modulation mods article, detailing a method of fixing the low modulation characteristic of this radio by using the transistor usually used for amplifying audio used by the “VOX” function. I had seen this method [...]
I stumbled across this tonight quite by accident. It contains everything you’d need to technically take care of your Yaesu FT-7900R. I will definitely be using it! The Yaesu FT-7900R is a magnificent dual band mobile ham radio – I’ve had mine for over a year now and I still love it. I have not [...]
I’ve had the pleasure of trying one of these transceivers from Sain Store (via Amazon) for $62 (ish). I figured I couldn’t go wrong, even if it turned out to be a complete dead loss. I’m happy to say it wasn’t. Let me point out though, that this handheld is definitely functional, has some good [...]
2011 was a good year as far as storms go. I got to get out and about a bit and there were some really crazy parts to it, like calling in reports of damage and casualties up near Guthrie on May 24th. This year might be a bit different for me. Going out chasing is fun, exciting and full of [...]