Date   

ARRL News......

 

Club members,

I wanted to share this with you. I thought you might enjoy it!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZTrD0ilvpv0DOQe0sOa-XoQecfxJ7w6c/view?usp=drivesdk

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Heathkit HW-8 Modification

Lou Devillon
 

"I’ve done some modifications on my HW-8 for today’s holiday. I’ve added a pan adapter and an 892-R amplifier tube. The original power supply does run a little hot, though, providing the 12,000 V plate voltage, and 40 amps for the filaments on the tube". (Thanks to R. Jay Goos)


Need to borrow 2011 or 2012 issue of ARRL Handbook

George N2APB
 

I'm looking to briefly borrow someone's copy of the 2011 or 2012 ARRL
Handbook ... Does anyone have either of these years?

Thanks.

George N2APB

PS: I confess, I'm an information junkie!


Re: 5-1/4" floppy drive on Windows computer?

George N2APB
 

“Calling off the dogs” … I located an appropriate drive and the ‘read’ operation failed.  Regrettably, the floppy must’ve come in contact with some magnets over the last two decades.  Gee, I’m surprised.  Normally have better results at hamfest boneyards.

 

Thanks all for stirring the bucket.

 

73, George N2APB

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Schoenherr
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 12:57 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] 5-1/4" floppy drive on Windows computer?

 

try contacting the computer club here in the village

 

On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 11:47 AM Sam Howard <Kv4xy.sam@...> wrote:

Wow.  Under duress I let my PC go that still had a 3.5 inch drive go last summer.  I still have the 5.25 floppies with my thesis in WordPerfect.  No way to ever open again; but I won't pitch.

 

 

On Tue, Mar 30, 2021 at 11:10 AM George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:

Hi all-

Looking to see if anyone has a Windows computer with a 5-1/4" floppy disc
drive?  I need to get some files off it and onto a USB thumb drive?

Please let me know?  It shouldn't take but just a couple of minutes to do
the files transfers once the computer is powered up.

Thanks.

George N2APB






Re: 5-1/4" floppy drive on Windows computer?

Gary Stickel
 

Call Warren @ the TAP Office:
(865) 332-5313


G --------------

On Mar 31, 2021, at 12:57 PM, David Schoenherr <dschoenherr1@...> wrote:

try contacting the computer club here in the village

On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 11:47 AM Sam Howard <Kv4xy.sam@...> wrote:
Wow.  Under duress I let my PC go that still had a 3.5 inch drive go last summer.  I still have the 5.25 floppies with my thesis in WordPerfect.  No way to ever open again; but I won't pitch.


On Tue, Mar 30, 2021 at 11:10 AM George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:
Hi all-

Looking to see if anyone has a Windows computer with a 5-1/4" floppy disc
drive?  I need to get some files off it and onto a USB thumb drive?

Please let me know?  It shouldn't take but just a couple of minutes to do
the files transfers once the computer is powered up.

Thanks.

George N2APB







Re: 5-1/4" floppy drive on Windows computer?

David Schoenherr
 

try contacting the computer club here in the village


On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 11:47 AM Sam Howard <Kv4xy.sam@...> wrote:
Wow.  Under duress I let my PC go that still had a 3.5 inch drive go last summer.  I still have the 5.25 floppies with my thesis in WordPerfect.  No way to ever open again; but I won't pitch.


On Tue, Mar 30, 2021 at 11:10 AM George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:
Hi all-

Looking to see if anyone has a Windows computer with a 5-1/4" floppy disc
drive?  I need to get some files off it and onto a USB thumb drive?

Please let me know?  It shouldn't take but just a couple of minutes to do
the files transfers once the computer is powered up.

Thanks.

George N2APB







Re: 5-1/4" floppy drive on Windows computer?

Sam Howard
 

Wow.  Under duress I let my PC go that still had a 3.5 inch drive go last summer.  I still have the 5.25 floppies with my thesis in WordPerfect.  No way to ever open again; but I won't pitch.


On Tue, Mar 30, 2021 at 11:10 AM George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:
Hi all-

Looking to see if anyone has a Windows computer with a 5-1/4" floppy disc
drive?  I need to get some files off it and onto a USB thumb drive?

Please let me know?  It shouldn't take but just a couple of minutes to do
the files transfers once the computer is powered up.

Thanks.

George N2APB







5-1/4" floppy drive on Windows computer?

George N2APB
 

Hi all-

Looking to see if anyone has a Windows computer with a 5-1/4" floppy disc
drive? I need to get some files off it and onto a USB thumb drive?

Please let me know? It shouldn't take but just a couple of minutes to do
the files transfers once the computer is powered up.

Thanks.

George N2APB


Re: Ham Radio Is Officially Dead in Tennessee

Bob Wilson-KK4XA
 

Mike K4MJF
Very very well said.  If you ever run for office outside of ham radio you got my vote!!!
I believe all hams need to read what you have to say. 
Thanks I really enjoyed your response. 
73


Bob Wilson
KK4XA 
Maryville, TN 




On Mar 30, 2021, at 9:39 AM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:



 

Brad,

 

The title is misleading. The writer doesn’t go over all the finer points of Amateur Radio, just what he sees with his blinders on. Maybe the radio community in Johnson City is quiet, but it certainly isn’t in our area, or many others. As you know, we are blessed to have many repeaters with a wide coverage area. Not too many Clubs have what we have to enjoy.

 

“Also, I'm having trouble believing the majority of hams are in their 60's and 70's.”

Look around you, and you’ll see that many operators are “older” Hams, however, the younger generation has an interest in amateur radio. I’ve talked to many younger Hams on HF, one as young a 8 years old, who had their Extra ticket. It’s up to us to bring new members into the fold.

 

“TLARC sees younger people joining the hobby on a regular basis.”

I’ll disagree with that statement. Most joining the Club are in the 40 plus age group, either retired or near retirement age. Several that have joined have been involved in amateur radio since their youth, gotten out of the hobby and then joined the ranks again later in life. Several, like myself, have always had an interest in amateur radio, but never had the time to pursue it until retirement. However, our Club has a VERY active membership program where we send new hams a “welcome packet” that contains information about our Club, area repeater frequencies, as well as a membership application. And we try to help people find information on how to get licensed, places to test, etc.

 

I think it’s up to us, the “older generation” of hams, to show the younger folks what amateur radio offers, to “elmer” new hams who have questions, how we use amateur radio in daily life and, most importantly, how we can us it to communicate when no other method of communication will work or is available. And this isn’t being done. Personally, I think we need to showcase our skills during Field Day by setting up in an area that is open to the general public. We need to take our skills to the schools, churches, civic events, etc. and have a presentation on amateur radio and how we work with local government during times of need, work marathons, work with the National Weather Service during inclement weather. And the list goes on……

 

As far as Radio Shack coming back……..from what I’ve heard, it’s only online and in very few locations.

 

HeathKit……it starts, stops, spits and sputters. Like “Bones” McCoy says…… “It’s DEAD, Jim!”

 

I will say this, as a final thought. It’s up to each of us to keep this hobby alive and growing. Be active in your Club. Share the knowledge that you have with someone else, and be a good “ambassador” for the hobby.

 

73,

Mike, K4MJF

Vice President TLARC

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG

--
Bob Wilson - KK4XA


Re: Ham Radio Is Officially Dead in Tennessee

 

 

Brad,

 

The title is misleading. The writer doesn’t go over all the finer points of Amateur Radio, just what he sees with his blinders on. Maybe the radio community in Johnson City is quiet, but it certainly isn’t in our area, or many others. As you know, we are blessed to have many repeaters with a wide coverage area. Not too many Clubs have what we have to enjoy.

 

“Also, I'm having trouble believing the majority of hams are in their 60's and 70's.”

Look around you, and you’ll see that many operators are “older” Hams, however, the younger generation has an interest in amateur radio. I’ve talked to many younger Hams on HF, one as young a 8 years old, who had their Extra ticket. It’s up to us to bring new members into the fold.

 

“TLARC sees younger people joining the hobby on a regular basis.”

I’ll disagree with that statement. Most joining the Club are in the 40 plus age group, either retired or near retirement age. Several that have joined have been involved in amateur radio since their youth, gotten out of the hobby and then joined the ranks again later in life. Several, like myself, have always had an interest in amateur radio, but never had the time to pursue it until retirement. However, our Club has a VERY active membership program where we send new hams a “welcome packet” that contains information about our Club, area repeater frequencies, as well as a membership application. And we try to help people find information on how to get licensed, places to test, etc.

 

I think it’s up to us, the “older generation” of hams, to show the younger folks what amateur radio offers, to “elmer” new hams who have questions, how we use amateur radio in daily life and, most importantly, how we can us it to communicate when no other method of communication will work or is available. And this isn’t being done. Personally, I think we need to showcase our skills during Field Day by setting up in an area that is open to the general public. We need to take our skills to the schools, churches, civic events, etc. and have a presentation on amateur radio and how we work with local government during times of need, work marathons, work with the National Weather Service during inclement weather. And the list goes on……

 

As far as Radio Shack coming back……..from what I’ve heard, it’s only online and in very few locations.

 

HeathKit……it starts, stops, spits and sputters. Like “Bones” McCoy says…… “It’s DEAD, Jim!”

 

I will say this, as a final thought. It’s up to each of us to keep this hobby alive and growing. Be active in your Club. Share the knowledge that you have with someone else, and be a good “ambassador” for the hobby.

 

73,

Mike, K4MJF

Vice President TLARC

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: AC6ZM and WK9M score big in 2020 RTTY Contest

mike wagner
 

Hot digity fellas! Gr8 Job!! 
👍 


Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES 

On Mar 28, 2021, at 10:53 PM, George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:

See website for some cool results in last year's RTTY contest!

73, George N2APB
https://www.tlarc.org/ 


Ham Radio Is Officially Dead in Tennessee

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 
Edited

I don't really get the title to this article unless it's just an attention grabber. The contents are more positive than the title. Also, I'm having trouble believing the majority of hams are in their 60's and 70's. TLARC sees younger people joining the hobby on a regular basis. What do you think?
https://www.newsbreakapp.com/n/0Z3rS8Ok?share_id=eyJ1c2VyaWQiOjgyMzg2NzExLCJkb2NfaWQiOiIwWjNyUzhPayIsInRpbWVzdGFtcCI6MTYxNjk1NTk4NTExMH0=&share_destination_id=ODIzODY3MTEtMTYxNjk1NTk4ODcyOA==&s=a3&pd=05ZgXvge&hl=en_US

Radio Shack is back:  https://www.radioshack.com/

Heathkit is back:  https://shop.heathkit.com/shop


AC6ZM and WK9M score big in 2020 RTTY Contest

George N2APB
 

See website for some cool results in last year's RTTY contest!

73, George N2APB
https://www.tlarc.org/ 


Last Man Standing Special Event on WiresX

 

Good afternoon....

I have connected my WiresX node to the 443.050 repeater in Greenback for the Last Man Standing Special Event that is being held this evening on WiresX room 40680. This is in DIGITAL ONLY!

I will stay connected until tomorrow afternoon, however, if the power fails here at home, my node will drop the connection until the power comes back on.

Have FUN! 

73,
Mike, K4MJF

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


REMINDER — TLARC Net Tonite at 1900 EDT

Chuck Ferguson - N4CSF
 

TLARC club members and guests,

Our next net is scheduled tonite, 24 Mar 21, at 1900 EDT.  Please join us on the WB4BSC club repeater at 442.100 MHz, +5.0 MHz Offset, PL Tone 100.0 Hz.
The net convenes the first, second, fourth, and fifth Wednesdays each month.  We reserve the third Wednesday for our monthly club meetings.
Those interested in becoming a weekly "Net Control" may contact Net Chair Randy Kruszka WK9M, and he will provide you the necessary information, script, and guidance to get you started.
Also, please don't forget to complete the 2021 TLARC member survey, now available on the club website (www.tlarc.org). It will help us make the club more relevant to our members and the community.  As a first step, the survey will help us learn more about our rapidly growing membership and its collective interests, skills and ham capabilities.  Please take a moment to provide your input.
Thanks for all you do, and we look forward to hearing you on the air this Wednesday.
-- 

73,
Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF
Secretary, Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club


Re: Last Man Standing Special Event

michael J. foley
 

Hi Mike,

 

Yes, I have plans to connect my WiresX node to the 443.050 repeater on Saturday night at 6pm for the KA6LSM Multi Mode QSO Party on WiresX room 40680. I just sent a mass email out to the group.

 

73,

Mike, K4MJF

 

This electronic message may contain information that is confidential and/or legally privileged. It is intended only for the use of the individual(s) and entity named as recipients in the message. If you are not an intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately and delete the material from any computer; do not deliver, distribute or copy this message, and do not disclose its contents or take any action in reliance on the information it contains. This e-mail may not be shared by the person who is recieving also !! Thank you.

 

From: mike wagner via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 8:05 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Last Man Standing Special Event

 

Looks like sat at 7pm local, they will be in room 40680 wires x. Double check me please on that. 

If ya tie in on greenback please let me know! Thanks 🤗 

Mike

KK6OKU 🦄

Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club

Loudon County ARES 



On Mar 22, 2021, at 12:33 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:



http://www.gsbarc.org/lms/

 

Click the link above for information about the event......

 

Good luck!!

 

73,

Mike, K4MJF


--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG

 


KA6LSM Multi Mode QSO Party 3/27/2021 at 7pm EDT

 

Greetings all.....

I will be connecting my WiresX node to the 443.050 repeater in Greenback Tennessee for the Last Man Standing Special Event Station, KA6LSM Multi Mode QSO Party on Saturday, March 27, 2021 on WiresX room 40680 in digital mode. I will connect to the repeater around 6pm for the event.

I will disconnect the node and return the repeater to normal use on Sunday morning. 

Best regards,
Mike, K4MJF

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: Last Man Standing Special Event

mike wagner
 

Looks like sat at 7pm local, they will be in room 40680 wires x. Double check me please on that. 
If ya tie in on greenback please let me know! Thanks 🤗 

Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES 

On Mar 22, 2021, at 12:33 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:


http://www.gsbarc.org/lms/

Click the link above for information about the event......

Good luck!!

73,
Mike, K4MJF

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: W1EG/W1YN Shack Cleaning Sale

Edward Goodhue
 

any idea when you might be by this afternoon or evening?

t

On Sunday, March 21, 2021, 10:01:07 PM EDT, George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:


Hi Ed,

 

You have lots of good stuff for the hamfest.  Here's my list of 'Will Takes':

 

P34x Xanpac power supply ($5)

Foot Switch ($1)

MFJ-561 paddle ($8)

S-750 Suoyana headsey ($4)

SL-USB-6PM TigerTronics ($40)

MSC-1 Ramsey DC Motor Speed Controller ($10)

 

Total comes to $68 for these, but please let me know what 'hamfest deal' you can give me.  (50-ish sounds good.)

 

Thanks & 73,

George N2APB

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Edward Goodhue via groups.io
Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2021 3:25 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] W1EG/W1YN Shack Cleaning Sale

 

I am taking the following items to the hamfest at Sevier County this coming Saturday. If any TLARC members want to come by and make offers or look before hand please let me know as I will be around all week and the stuff is in boxes ready to go. Make offers I really want to get rid of this excess. I have several more boxes to go thru so i may be adding to the list later on.

I also have the last 3 months issues of QST to anybody who wants them free, just pick them up before I recycle them

Ted W1EG (505) 410-9557
Tellico Village near the Wellness Center off of Chota

Model

MFG

Serial #

Description

Price

Comments

Ham Transceivers/Filters

 

 

 

 

FT 450D

Yaesu

ON530143

HF/6M rig with antenna tuner

$500

Excellent Condition, Includes Hand mike that was never used and manual/power cord

IC-725

ICOM

13270

HF Radio 160M-10M with FL-101 CW Filter (250Hz) and FL-30 SSB Filter (2.3KHz)

$225

working w/Transmit Wide Open Mod, Includes Power Cable and Copy of service manual, Includes NEW IC-MB5 Mount and HM-12 Hand Microphone

FL-100

ICOM

6

CW Narrow Filter - 500HZ

$50

excellent condition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shack Accessories

 

 

 

 

EX-627

ICOM

1329

HF Auto Antenna Selector - 9 Pos

$100

Includes Cable to ICOM Xmitters.

21-517

Radio Shack

N/A

Low Pass Filter 1KW AM to 30 MHZ

$5

60db Attn above 50Mhz, PL259 connectors

507

Weston

164428

RF Amp Meter

$10

Mounted in Bud Box with UHF connectors

28F2009

GE

N/A

16UF 4500 VDC Cap

$10

For HV Power Supply

Unk

Unk

NA

DATA Xfer Switch 25Pin (I Used for switching serial cables)

$5

1 in,  3 switched outputs

235-1039P3

CDE

N/a

.25MFD 200Vdc 20A filter cap with screw terminals and flange to mount to chassis

$2

lot of 13 total, could be used for home brew amp

Serial I/O Data Transfer Switch

unk

N/A

3 way serial switch, d style connector

$2

25 Pin in to 1 of 3 25 pin outputs

8804

ARRL

NA

 Radio Map of the World (Robinson)

$5

Good shape, 2011 version (New is $15)

1983 ARRL Handbook home Construction

NA

NA

MIC AMP from ARRL 83 Handbook, Pg 12-13

$2

Metal box, 4 Pin Input/output connector, Switch, Var Resistor with knob, Power connections

XS-201

Skythumper

NA

2 position coax switch with PL259s, off side grounded to chassis

$5

Small area of corrosion on bottom dime sized but clean inside unit

W5

Gteneral Radio

N/A

120V - 8A Variac

$15

1970's probably as picked up from a Raytheon surplus sale in the early 80's

LA-2035

DAIWA

unk

144MZ Linear Amp 1-3 w In 30W out

$5

Unk condition from my Dads (W1YN) estate so probably works

SL-USB-6PM

Tigertronics

Unk

Signallink SoundCard - Radio interface

$40

Used with a Yaseu 450, Unknown condition but was attached to radio when disassembled so probably good

S-750

Suoyana

N/A

Stereo Headphone Headset W/Microphone for Laptop VoIP Chat

$4

Black Headband/ear muffs, Plug in Standard 3.5mm Audio Jacks for Speaker and Microphone

HN-31

Heathkit

Unk

KW HF Dummy Load

$20

With Manual

Noise Bridge

Palomar Engineers

N/A

R-X Noise Bridge

$5

Unknown Condition , from my Dads estate (W1YN) so most likely is in working condition

MFJ-561

MFJ

N/A

Miniature Travel Iambic Paddle

$8

Mint Condition with 3 position phono plug

5BDXCC Plaque

ARRL

NR 929

For W1YN 10/31/1980

$1

good condition

0-50 dc microAmphere

Triplet

N/A

Mircoamp meter in metal can with reostat

$1

 

p34X

Xanpac

1052

120V In / 12Vdc @3Amp out

$4

Additional Output external filter cap added 

 

 

 

120VAC In with 50VDC and 12VDC/3A outputs

$5

Homebrew with output filter caps

 

 

 

Home Brew Foot switch with 3 tip phono plug

$1

yz-2rq1-a2 switch probably built in 50's or 60's when operating from KH6

 

 

 

Old Style headset with ear inserts and 2 tip phono plug

$1

Vintage 50's/60's most likely

 

 

 

 

 

 

Antenna/Tower/COAX Related

 

 

 

 

Ham IV

Hygain/CDE

101384

Rotor, control box & Upper mast mount

$450

Serviced by Norms, not used since,  Service cost $458 - LIKE NEW

RT-424 

Glen Martin

 

4.5" Aluminum Roof Top Tower

$50

with instructions

GS-065

Yaseu

n/a

Rotor 2" Thrust Bearing

$40

New with Box

GS-065

Yaseu

n/a

Rotor 2" Thrust Bearing

$20

Used, Reasonable condition

20-17-15-12-10m HD

Spiderbeam

N/A

5 Band Yagi  Heavy Duty Version with 2KW input

$100

Includes Al mast of around 10' and new box for Balan interface plus HD mast arm rope

Unk

Unk

Unk

6 Meter dipole with PL259 feed 

$10

tip on one element is bent, has a small square alum mast to stand off from a tower

 

 

 

Many BNC, N, Pl259 adapters, right angles, panel mount connectors

$1 ea

All are clean and in good shape

Titan

Gap

N/A

80-10M Vertical with no radials

$75

does not include base to mount it to, was on an old Rohn 25 top section, has manual

 

 

 

Ceramic Insulators, standoffs, antenna eggs, many sizes and shapes, >50 in total

.10-.50

between 10Cents to 50 Cents each

 

 

 

Rotor Cable - multiple lengths, 5 and 8 wire

TBD

depends on length most are at least 50'

 

 

 

RG213 Coax, Multiple lengths from Patch to external antenna 50-100'

TBD

Depends on length but in general will be a $2 minimum

 

 

 

RG6 ~100 plus feet

$5

 

 

 

 

80 M Phase Box & 2 ea RG8X - used as phasing lines for 80M bidirectional antenna

$10

120V DC input for relays

 

 

 

PL259's connectors and barrels

$1 ea

Connectors cut from old coax or hardline and need to be de-soldered, LOTS of them, most have 2 pl259 connector and 1 adapter

 

 

 

40M 4 Phased Verticals Power/Control switch & Relay Box

$10

was used for 4 in line 1/4 wave verticals and could be used for other bands with different phasing/vertical dimensions

 

 

 

Homebrew Antenna Relay Switch 120 AC 

$5

Was Used for 160 Beverage and 80M antenna, PL259 connectors

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other non Ham Items

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Large Box of A/V Cables, coax splitters, DC wall adapters from 3 to 12V

 

make offer generally at least $1

Express

Roku

N/A

Stream free TV, live news, sports, music, movies, and more

$10

Came with sling package and I don’t use it. Includes High Speed HDMI® Cable

MSC 1

Ramsey

 

Assembled DC motor Speed Control Kit

$10

Excellent condition Controls DC motors from 3-50Volts, up to 10 Amps. pulse width modulation for accurate, stable motor control

MXA033

Maxx Tronic

22091

DC Motor Speed control (12/24V 15A) assembled module, New

$10

Includes new plastic box to mount the PWB in

800BES

RCA

YF011CD157315

Digital TV Converter for Old style TV (ch 3 or 4)

$3

Coax in/ Coax oe V/A (L/R) out with Remote, mfg feb 2013, with DC wall adapter/remote

DT504 

KCPI

1253015504486

Digital TV Converter for Old style TV (ch 3 or 4)

$5

Includes Powered Antenna (Coax output) to Converter Box, Coax, S Video or V/A (L/R) to TV, has manual/remote/ AC wall plug

iPAQ H3800 series

Compaq

unk

Pocket PC with a Lot of Maptech pocket navigator card

 

has the charging base. Charts are the NE Area probably main to block Is.  LOTS of cables and 64 mb Memory cards, Will need a new battery as I could not get it to power on, Was working when my Dad used it last

M10

Icom

unk

Marine VHF Handheld

$1

No idea if it works, has manual

First Version

Rveal

unk

Streaming Media Player

$20

with remote keypad option, bought around 2015 or so

 

Ultratech

 

1/3 HP 120V Automatic submersible Pump, with temp sensor, 6 foot cord

$20

used a couple of times a year to pump out a hot tub which I no longer have

MB7220

Motorola

TBD

Cable Modem

$1

Comcast/Xfinity or Time Warner, Was used until moved to Spectrum in TN

 

Ricardo Beverly Hills

 

Computer bag with rollers and handle, extra pockets

$20

Dark Purple color, will fit in airplane overhead compartments, Heavy duty material

 

 

 

HD Plastic tool box

$3

 

 

Sears

 

2 Drawer Metal tool Box with top lid

$10

 

8606

Plano

 

Large Fishing Tackle Box

$10

Dirty but has no mechanical issues and was used for Scuba parts not fishing lures

 

SKILL

 

12V drill & charger, NO battery

$2

 

 

 

 

Sailing SS hardware blocks, misc boating fittings

 

 


Last Man Standing Special Event

 

http://www.gsbarc.org/lms/

Click the link above for information about the event......

Good luck!!

73,
Mike, K4MJF

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG

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