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Re: !!! TLARC HOLIDAY DINNER - THIS COMING WEEKEND !!!

Jim Jenkins
 

Brad,

Wanda and I are planning on attending.

Regards,

Jim

AA1J

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
Sent: Monday, March 9, 2020 4:52 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] !!! TLARC HOLIDAY DINNER - THIS COMING WEEKEND !!!

 

All TLARC members - the time has come to signup for the Holiday Dinner this weekend. It is going to be an excellent time with great camaraderie, outstanding cuisine, and delicious spirits. (Sorry, but creamsicle has been banned). If anyone can think of an activity to bring like trivia, please bring it. If it's radio related that's fine, but if not that's okay also.

I have to have you name by Wednesday!
Come on and sign up. The more - the merrier!

TLARC Holiday Party

Saturday, March 14th
Joe's Italian Cuisine at 6 PM
131 Kelsey Lane
Lenoir City, TN 37772
(In front of Home Depot)


The restaurant serves beer and wine. You may NOT bring other spirits.
Please RSVP Brad the Treasurer at KM4OJK@...

RSVP so far:
Berger   2
Foley     2
Tarbell   2
Andrews   2
Schoenherr   2
Howard   2


!!! TLARC HOLIDAY DINNER - THIS COMING WEEKEND !!!

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

All TLARC members - the time has come to signup for the Holiday Dinner this weekend. It is going to be an excellent time with great camaraderie, outstanding cuisine, and delicious spirits. (Sorry, but creamsicle has been banned). If anyone can think of an activity to bring like trivia, please bring it. If it's radio related that's fine, but if not that's okay also.

I have to have you name by Wednesday!
Come on and sign up. The more - the merrier!

TLARC Holiday Party

Saturday, March 14th
Joe's Italian Cuisine at 6 PM
131 Kelsey Lane
Lenoir City, TN 37772
(In front of Home Depot)


The restaurant serves beer and wine. You may NOT bring other spirits.
Please RSVP Brad the Treasurer at KM4OJK@...

RSVP so far:
Berger   2
Foley     2
Tarbell   2
Andrews   2
Schoenherr   2
Howard   2



SMARC Fox Hunt is this Saturday March 7.

Sam Howard
 


Looking for a *nice* 1960s-era Collins transceiver?

George N2APB
 

David KF4DKW forwarded me an email today about availability of a terrific tube-based transceiver - the Collins KWM-2A ... It's in beautiful condition and has a very fair price.

WHAT IS THE COLLINS KWM-2A? ... It was a classic HF transceiver in its own time. This one is now about 40 years old and is by far the most popular transceiver Collins ever produced. It was enjoyed by both Ham Radio and military users. It was introduced in 1959 and was produced for over 25 years through to at least 1985. Serial number research has determined that roughly 26,000 units were produced, making this probably the longest running transceiver in production history.  They are still sought after transceivers today and clearly demonstrate the lead Collins had on radio designs. The VFO was remarkable for its day it reads out to 1 KHz. and easily holds to the Collins specification of less than 100 Hz drift per hour (after warm-up). The visual design is its leading strength - still looking modern - even today. An interesting supporting note from a 1960 Collins advertisement - it was titled "Collins - a tradition that has withstood the test of time."  It weighs in at only 18 pounds and is constructed with an aluminum chassis and cabinet. It requires a separate power supply to operate and the more recommended 516F-2 power supply is supplied in this deal.

Photos and seller details at ... <https://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/ele/d/blairsville-ham-collins-kwm-2a-516f-2/7084649373.html>

The price is just right at $1200 for the radio and power supply - high enough to warrant good quality and low enough to not gouge.  And you can drive to Blairsville, GA (outside Atlanta) to pick it up and save on shipping fees.

How do I know it's a good deal??  I have one!  It's my main "go to" radio for SSB.  (The Elecraft K3 is for digital and CW.  The other boatanchors are for AM.)

Let me know if you'd like to try it out sometime over here ... But contact the seller directly and soon if you're interested.  

73, George N2APB
TLARC Webmaster
http://www.tlarc.org/


PS:  More background on the KWM-2A  ... <http://www.collinsradio.org/cca-collins-historical-archives/the-equipment-of-collins-radio/the-grey-boxes/kwm-22a-transceiver/>




March meeting - February Recap - SAMFEST

David Andrews
 

If you missed the February TLARC meeting, you missed a good one. Goals for 2020 were presented, and a grant of $2500 was received. Check out the TLARC website for a copy of the PowerPoint presentation. As a result, we’re looking for several volunteers to help with the efforts. Specifically, we need a few people to step forward to assist with:

  • Creating a club flyer, to be mailed to area hams who aren’t yet members of TLARC.
  • Designing a club logo for T-shirts, hats, etc.
  • Reviewing the current Constitution and By-Laws for proposed updates and for compliance with IRS rules.

If interested, please contact me. Time moves fast, so we need to get started on these projects ASAP.

 

The March meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 18 at 7:00 at the Chota Rec Center. SDam Howard KV4XY will teach us everything we need to know about WSPR. According to Wikipedia, WSPR (pronounced "whisper") stands for "Weak Signal Propagation Reporter". It is a protocol, implemented in a computer program, used for weak-signal radio communication between amateur radio operators. The protocol was designed, and a program written initially, by Joe Taylor, K1JT. Software is now open source and is developed by a small team. The program is designed for sending and receiving low-power transmissions to test propagation paths on the MF and HF bands.

 

Sam will also be providing dessert for the meeting. Mark your calendar for the March 18th SAMFEST. IT promises to be a good time.

 


Re: Scam Alert

Jim Jenkins
 

I filed a complaint.

Jim,

AA1J

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ben Edwards
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 7:29 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Technically, you are a victim just by receiving the email.  You do not have to fall for the scam.  Reporting a $0.00 loss does not disqualify the submission from being investigated.

 

The email header is used to try and trace the location and methodology of the scam.  The more the merrier since each instance can possibly provide a tidbit of info.

 

Thanks,

 

Ben

AD4BE

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Anderson
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 7:13 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

GE, Ben.

 

This site appears to be for use when there's a victim of a scam, not just an attempt.

 

From the faq:

 

Q: Who should file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)?

You may file a complaint with the IC3 if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such a victim.

Jim - K0RGI 

 

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 7:01 PM Ben Edwards <ad4be.1@...> wrote:

All,

 

Spam attempts such as this need to be submitted to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center  (IC3).  The more reports they get, the better chance they have of catching the culprits.

 

Each instance should be submitted separately.  If you do not report, you are supporting the criminals.

 

WEB Site:

 

https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/splash.aspx

 

Ben

AD4BE

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Anderson
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 6:21 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

Jeanette
 

Mine wanted me to purchase cards for Valentine's.



Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device


-------- Original message --------
From: David Andrews <n1esk1@...>
Date: 2/15/20 18:38 (GMT-05:00)
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Scam Alert

Same here. Sounds like they going through his contact list.

 

David, N1ESK

 

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lou Devillon
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 6:23 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Yup. Me too.

 

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 6:21 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

Ben Edwards
 

Technically, you are a victim just by receiving the email.  You do not have to fall for the scam.  Reporting a $0.00 loss does not disqualify the submission from being investigated.

 

The email header is used to try and trace the location and methodology of the scam.  The more the merrier since each instance can possibly provide a tidbit of info.

 

Thanks,

 

Ben

AD4BE

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Anderson
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 7:13 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

GE, Ben.

 

This site appears to be for use when there's a victim of a scam, not just an attempt.

 

From the faq:

 

Q: Who should file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)?

You may file a complaint with the IC3 if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such a victim.

Jim - K0RGI 

 

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 7:01 PM Ben Edwards <ad4be.1@...> wrote:

All,

 

Spam attempts such as this need to be submitted to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center  (IC3).  The more reports they get, the better chance they have of catching the culprits.

 

Each instance should be submitted separately.  If you do not report, you are supporting the criminals.

 

WEB Site:

 

https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/splash.aspx

 

Ben

AD4BE

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Anderson
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 6:21 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

Jim Anderson <jimk0rgi@...>
 

GE, Ben.

This site appears to be for use when there's a victim of a scam, not just an attempt.

From the faq:

Q: Who should file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)?

You may file a complaint with the IC3 if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such a victim.

Jim - K0RGI 

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 7:01 PM Ben Edwards <ad4be.1@...> wrote:

All,

 

Spam attempts such as this need to be submitted to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center  (IC3).  The more reports they get, the better chance they have of catching the culprits.

 

Each instance should be submitted separately.  If you do not report, you are supporting the criminals.

 

WEB Site:

 

https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/splash.aspx

 

Ben

AD4BE

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Anderson
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 6:21 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

John Haskell <jasm2213@...>
 

Nah...It probably was Juan!

On Saturday, February 15, 2020, 06:21:18 PM EST, Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:


Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

Ben Edwards
 

All,

 

Spam attempts such as this need to be submitted to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center  (IC3).  The more reports they get, the better chance they have of catching the culprits.

 

Each instance should be submitted separately.  If you do not report, you are supporting the criminals.

 

WEB Site:

 

https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/splash.aspx

 

Ben

AD4BE

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Anderson
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 6:21 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

Mike Henry
 

Me 3.
Mike, KM4H

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 18:23 Lou Devillon <ldevillon@...> wrote:
Yup. Me too.

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 6:21 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:
Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

David Andrews
 

Same here. Sounds like they going through his contact list.

 

David, N1ESK

 

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lou Devillon
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2020 6:23 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Scam Alert

 

Yup. Me too.

 

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 6:21 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: Scam Alert

Lou Devillon
 

Yup. Me too.


On Sat, Feb 15, 2020, 6:21 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:
Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Scam Alert

Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...>
 

Hello, TLARC. 

I received an email this afternoon from someone identifying themselves as Juan Lopez, requesting that I purchase $500 worth of Amazon gift cards as a donation to "Veterans at Hospice & Palliative Care" and he'd reimburse me by check. I'm pretty sure that he's been hacked, so beware.

73, Jim - K0RGI 


Re: February TLARC Meeting and Dinner

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

Joyce - Please put me down for 1. Also, I'm bringing a little dessert to the meeting.  OJK


Re: Tellico Village Antenna Permit

Jim Anderson <jimk0rgi@...>
 

David and all.

Gary makes a good point. I'm not 100% sure, but I believe that the Blue Book currently only allows one antenna. That may be in addition to an OTA and/or satellite TV antenna. I'd suggest verifying before submitting a permit application and perhaps unnecessarily raising any eyebrows with the POA. You may need to be stealthy with additional antennas and I would think something on your deck would qualify as that.

73, Jim -K0RGI 


On Mon, Feb 10, 2020, 7:38 PM David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:

Yes, in order to comply with the POA rules. There is no reasonable basis to reject the application, but we’re trying t be on the up and up.

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Gary Stickel
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2020 7:22 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Tellico Village Antenna Permit

 

David: If your satellite tracking system is not visible to any neighbors, do you really need a permit?  I mean, would you need a permit if you put a large screen TV on your back deck? 

Gary - K4RQT

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On Feb 10, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:

Jim,

 

It sounds like your experience mirrored my own. I applied for my existing 6BTV vertical last month. I picked up an application, completed it, attached a few photos, and dropped it off. I was then sent an email with the date for the hearing, which I missed due to illness. A few days after the hearing , I was sent an approval letter. Easy-peasy.

 

I am planning on installing a satellite tracking system on the back deck, not visible to any neighbors. This time I’ll submit the application prior to construction, and will plan on attending the hearing. I’m not expecting any difficulties.

 

David, N1ESK

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Schoenherr
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2020 7:41 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Tellico Village Antenna Permit

 

Thanks, good info.

 

On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 5:12 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:

I haven't seen anyone post about applying for the new antenna permit now available as of January 1, so I thought I'd relate my experience in case it might help anyone else thinking of doing this. As Allen mentioned at a TLARC meeting, the permit is free unless you indicate that your antenna project is valued at over $900 or it will require an inspection. Since my antenna is just wire, insulators and feed line, along with some rope and pulleys, it came in well under the $900 limit.

  • To apply for a permit, you need to complete and submit a miscellaneous permit application. The form is available on the POA website at this LINK. It's a fill-in PDF form so you can complete it on your computer and then print out the completed form if you wish. It's quite simple to prepare and probably took me less than an hour, which included constructing a diagram that I submitted with the form showing where the antenna would be located. I described the antenna in detail so that there wouldn't be any question of whether the antenna size and location meet the ACC Blue Book requirements.
  • The completed application is turned in to Holly Hooper at the POA office, who routes it for review and approval. I don't know if it's typical or not, but I had an approval back in just a couple of days.


It's nice knowing that I can be out working on the antenna and, if anyone asks what I'm doing, I can be upfront with them and indicate that I have a permit.

73, Jim - K0RGI


The February meeting is THIS Wednesday

David Andrews
 

The February meeting of TLARC is THIS Wednesday, February 12 starting at 7:00 PM at the Chota Rec Center. We are having the meeting on the second week due a schedule conflict with the meeting space.

 

The officers of TLARC will present a new vision for the club, with a couple of special announcements. This is one not to miss.

 

See you Wednesday night.

 

David Andrews, N1ESK


Re: Tellico Village Antenna Permit

David Andrews
 

Yes, in order to comply with the POA rules. There is no reasonable basis to reject the application, but we’re trying t be on the up and up.

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Gary Stickel
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2020 7:22 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Tellico Village Antenna Permit

 

David: If your satellite tracking system is not visible to any neighbors, do you really need a permit?  I mean, would you need a permit if you put a large screen TV on your back deck? 

Gary - K4RQT

-------------


On Feb 10, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:

Jim,

 

It sounds like your experience mirrored my own. I applied for my existing 6BTV vertical last month. I picked up an application, completed it, attached a few photos, and dropped it off. I was then sent an email with the date for the hearing, which I missed due to illness. A few days after the hearing , I was sent an approval letter. Easy-peasy.

 

I am planning on installing a satellite tracking system on the back deck, not visible to any neighbors. This time I’ll submit the application prior to construction, and will plan on attending the hearing. I’m not expecting any difficulties.

 

David, N1ESK

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Schoenherr
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2020 7:41 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Tellico Village Antenna Permit

 

Thanks, good info.

 

On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 5:12 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:

I haven't seen anyone post about applying for the new antenna permit now available as of January 1, so I thought I'd relate my experience in case it might help anyone else thinking of doing this. As Allen mentioned at a TLARC meeting, the permit is free unless you indicate that your antenna project is valued at over $900 or it will require an inspection. Since my antenna is just wire, insulators and feed line, along with some rope and pulleys, it came in well under the $900 limit.

  • To apply for a permit, you need to complete and submit a miscellaneous permit application. The form is available on the POA website at this LINK. It's a fill-in PDF form so you can complete it on your computer and then print out the completed form if you wish. It's quite simple to prepare and probably took me less than an hour, which included constructing a diagram that I submitted with the form showing where the antenna would be located. I described the antenna in detail so that there wouldn't be any question of whether the antenna size and location meet the ACC Blue Book requirements.
  • The completed application is turned in to Holly Hooper at the POA office, who routes it for review and approval. I don't know if it's typical or not, but I had an approval back in just a couple of days.


It's nice knowing that I can be out working on the antenna and, if anyone asks what I'm doing, I can be upfront with them and indicate that I have a permit.

73, Jim - K0RGI


Re: Tellico Village Antenna Permit

Gary Stickel
 

David: If your satellite tracking system is not visible to any neighbors, do you really need a permit?  I mean, would you need a permit if you put a large screen TV on your back deck? 

Gary - K4RQT
-------------

On Feb 10, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:

Jim,

 

It sounds like your experience mirrored my own. I applied for my existing 6BTV vertical last month. I picked up an application, completed it, attached a few photos, and dropped it off. I was then sent an email with the date for the hearing, which I missed due to illness. A few days after the hearing , I was sent an approval letter. Easy-peasy.

 

I am planning on installing a satellite tracking system on the back deck, not visible to any neighbors. This time I’ll submit the application prior to construction, and will plan on attending the hearing. I’m not expecting any difficulties.

 

David, N1ESK

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Schoenherr
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2020 7:41 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Tellico Village Antenna Permit

 

Thanks, good info.

 

On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 5:12 PM Jim Anderson <kzerorgi@...> wrote:

I haven't seen anyone post about applying for the new antenna permit now available as of January 1, so I thought I'd relate my experience in case it might help anyone else thinking of doing this. As Allen mentioned at a TLARC meeting, the permit is free unless you indicate that your antenna project is valued at over $900 or it will require an inspection. Since my antenna is just wire, insulators and feed line, along with some rope and pulleys, it came in well under the $900 limit.

  • To apply for a permit, you need to complete and submit a miscellaneous permit application. The form is available on the POA website at this LINK. It's a fill-in PDF form so you can complete it on your computer and then print out the completed form if you wish. It's quite simple to prepare and probably took me less than an hour, which included constructing a diagram that I submitted with the form showing where the antenna would be located. I described the antenna in detail so that there wouldn't be any question of whether the antenna size and location meet the ACC Blue Book requirements.
  • The completed application is turned in to Holly Hooper at the POA office, who routes it for review and approval. I don't know if it's typical or not, but I had an approval back in just a couple of days.


It's nice knowing that I can be out working on the antenna and, if anyone asks what I'm doing, I can be upfront with them and indicate that I have a permit.

73, Jim - K0RGI

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