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Echolink Interface

In September 2004, I set up an Echolink link to cover the East Mesa area. I used my Kenwood TS-790 as the radio, and a surplus audio mixer for the interface. But I still needed a better way than vox to key the radio. So I built a simple 1-transistor level converter that takes the […]

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VHF/UHF Antennas

In March of 2003 I decided that I wanted an outdoor antenna system for 2-meters and 70 cm. I was involved in the Arizona Near Space Research balloon launces, and setting up an echolink link at my house. I found an article in one of my old Handbooks that described using copper pipe to build […]

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