Monthly Archives: December 2009

Something I heard on a 2m repeater lastnight…

My apologies…the only thing this blog post will have to do with ham radio is the fact I overheard the conversation on a 2m repeater. So I overhear a conversation between two hams I know on a local 2m repeater.  … Continue reading

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Elmer Shack

There is a new Elmer in town.  OK…a new Elmer on the web.  It’s called Elmer Shack.  Elmer Shack is a new question and answer site exclusively devoted to amateur radio.  Elmer Shack is the brain child of James Harman, … Continue reading

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Yaesu VX-8DR – An upgraded version of the VX-8R

According to details made available by Universal Radio, a new upgrade version of the Yaesu VX-8R will soon be made available.  You can learn more by visiting this link.  The new features of the VX-8DR are as follows: The Yaesu … Continue reading

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2009 Denver Parade of Lights

This past weekend (December 4th and 5th) was the annual Denver Parade of Lights.  Several DAREC Members volunteered and worked along side other amateur radio volunteers from ARES and other local clubs.  We provided the radio communications for the parade … Continue reading

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Jerry’s Ham Radio Blog – AWOL?

Yes, it’s been awhile since I’ve updated my blog with my amateur radio activities.  The absence hasn’t been because I’ve not been active in amateur radio…actually far from it.  In as few words possible, I have been moving most of … Continue reading

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