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For licensed amateurs, and others interested, discuss setting up a nationwide network to keep us informed of activities of minions of NWO, and keep communications open in case the power and/or communication grids go down, by accident or by design.

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Liberty Tree Radio - Mark Koernke

Started by David A Jones. Last reply by DTOM Oct 10. 3 Replies

Back in the 90's, the shortwave was all abuzz from about 6 pm to 10 pm with guys like Bill Cooper, Kurt Saxon, etc. My Sony 2010 got a pretty good workout back then.Gradually, it seems the internet…Continue

Ham Radio innovations, list them here.

Started by Minuteman. Last reply by Ed Mar 30, 2013. 4 Replies

A novel approach to long wire deployment. A massive invention if you are no where near 1/4 wavelength in height. Continue

Ham Radio Just Got Rude This Year! Now Where Is The FCC??

Started by WTRH-AM-AE. Last reply by Jon Dec 27, 2010. 2 Replies

I was on Facebook and I was just looking for electronic groups and I just came across this obnoxious ham radio conversation that was using foul language and inappropiate words. The guy was just…Continue

Police State - You Are Getting A Ticket For Using A Ham Radio!

Started by WTRH-AM-AE. Last reply by WTRH-AM-AE Jun 11, 2010. 1 Reply

I just came across this on Facebook, and you're not going to believe this.  You also get a ticket for using a ham radio transceiver.   A man was driving and was stopped by police in NY for using a…Continue

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Comment by JED on February 2, 2013 at 3:12am

If you find a frequency, a possible antenna might be an old dish tv antenna (or Hughes Net equipment) converted for such use.  I read some time ago about a team of researchers who were able to take control of drones...  MIT perhaps?  Can't remember details but it shows there's more than one way to drown a drone!

Comment by ĦƟǁÿWʘʘt! on February 1, 2013 at 8:24am

I am diligently trying to find out more info on this Jed

Comment by JED on February 1, 2013 at 2:21am

Interesting comment by Hollywood.  If this were possible it would need to use a directional antenna, a beam would be possible but I think a dish antenna used for broadcast rather than receiving would be better.  Would also need to know what frequency to use.  Any ideas?

Comment by ĦƟǁÿWʘʘt! on January 31, 2013 at 9:20pm

Hey, caught something on a show about it being possible to disable these pesky drones w/ a ham rig and decent antenna. I know enough about HAM to fill a thimble. any real radio people know more about this?? could be informational ;)

Comment by JED on January 23, 2013 at 9:25pm

Welcome to our new members.  We hope you will participate, so feel free to ask questions...  participate in whatever fashion suits you.  We can all learn something, and each of us has something to contribute.  Your question may be one that others have had but were afraid to ask!

Comment by JED on January 8, 2013 at 6:36pm

Looking for ideas now that I have an HF rig.  For 10 meters (I'm still Tech Class) I'm using a CB base station antenna with an auto tuner and have a good match.  However the antenna is mounted horizontally where the wall meets the ceiling and I seldom get much reception, if any.  The rig is a Ten Tec Argosy.  I may try a vertical ground mounted 10 meter Hamstick as suggested by an engineer friend.  Anyone ever try something like this?

Comment by WTRH-AM-AE on March 24, 2010 at 10:49pm
Sorry, its the 1020C Active Antenna not the 1026 SW Noise Canceller. I may get that soon since there is radio frequency interference in the apartment.
Comment by WTRH-AM-AE on March 24, 2010 at 10:29pm
Ham and Pork digital radio. I am starting DRM digital reception. Here is what I am doing, it may be helpful to some hams out there. DRM signals are all digital, nothing is analog about it. I think digital ham radio will come soon using digital in voice communications for FM to CD quality voice. So I am building a set up.

I am soon this May going to buy a MFJ-1026C, June, I am getting the CC Crane SW with DRM output. July, I am getting the digital DRM converter to connect to the computer between the box to the portable radio. I may get a SSB kit to couple to my CC Crane SW portable radio. SSB communications is getting old school. We may end up using some kind of digital voice using SSB mode tranmission. So we should get ready soon for it.
Comment by JED on December 15, 2009 at 12:37am
Jonesy, Freecorded is great and easy to use. I'm glad you found it and passed on the information. We'll try and connect over the weekend using the national simplex frequency. Just remember I don't have sideband.
Comment by David A Jones on December 14, 2009 at 9:07pm
JED,
I found the "gimmick" with the Freecorder YouTube vid recorder. Every couple days they toss a commercial that it captures. Even with my dial-up, I don't seem to notifce the bandwidth I am being robbed of. But they are shoret...10-15 seconds...for me, a small enough price to pay, since I was almost ready a year ago to pay a hundred bucks for a recorder.

Other than that, I like it. It grabs the vid into temp memory when you view a YouTube vid; don't even have to start the program. Then just rename it and put it into a permanent place.

Tried to connect with MM over the weekend, but to no avail. Hope you and I have better luck.

jonesey65244
 

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