Nice to know, Ed. I've been toying with the idea of getting on 222 MHz
for the contests, but there is so little activity in this area (Los
Angeles/Orange County) that I'm trying to justify the expense of the
transverter and antenna.
I have a FT-847 that is virtually new, to get on 432 MHz. I don't know
how popular 902 MHz is here, but there seems to be more 1296 activity,
including a couple of nets.
It's crazy - 14 million people in the area and so little happening on
222. Lately, from what I've heard, it's mostly FM simplex in the contests.
73 de Jim - AD6CW
On 1/31/2013 1:01 AM, Edward R Cole wrote:
> Allow me a little self-promoting: I build Downeast Microwave (DEMI)
> transverter kits for those who do not wish to do it themselves. I
> charge the same total price as DEMI does for assembled units. So far
> I have limited this to the 50 thru 432 MHz units, but might extend
> this up to 1296 units.
> Steve is an old friend and I am an old customer (starting in 1996),
> but I can deliver an assembled kit faster than Steve can fill orders
> for assembled units. I call this service "Kits made by KL7UW":
> 73, Ed - KL7UW
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