73 to all -
I recently bought a new truck and removed my ham gear from the old one.
I am not going to use the following items in my new truck:
1. A Diamond CR320A tri-band antenna for 2 meter, 220 MHz (1.25
meter) and 440 MHz mobile antenna. It is a 1/4 wave on 2 meters
providing 2.15 dB gain and a 1/2 wave on 220 providing 3.8 dB gain and a
2 5/8 wave on 440 MHz providing 5.5 dB gain. This antenna can handle up
to 200/100/200 watts.
This antenna is approximately 34 inches (0.94 m) high. The coils and
antenna are black. The connector type is UHF (for PO mount) and a
UHF-NMO adapter. This antenna does not include the mount or coax. $80
2. A Diamond Triplexer model MX-324 for 2M, 220mz, and 440mz. Works
great with the Diamond CR-320A Tri-band antenna - listed above. $80 OBO.
73 de Denny AD6EZ<><
Many of the smaller items will be free presents at the Rusty's Pizza Party
There are a few larger/interesting items that I am offering for sale before
they go to the Chino Hills Swapmeet on Saturday:
1. Kenwood TS-520, with DG-5 Digital Display, Yaesu YD844A Microphone,
and manuals.......asking $300
2. Hickok Model 533 Tube Tester, asking $250
3. Icom IC-2AT, 2 Meter HT, no tone, asking $30
4. MFJ-949, Deluxe Versa Tuner II, I believe it is 300 watt, antenna
5. MFJ-407B, Deluxe Electronic Keyer, with Manual, asking $25
6. Palomar, M-827, Peak Wattmeter, 20-200-2Kw, asking $50
7. Radio Shack, HTX-202, 2 Meter HT, asking $50
8. QST, 1932, all 12 issues, nice condition, asking $25
9. Editors & Engineers Radio Handbook, 7th Edition, "A Classic", and
pulbished in Santa Barbara, very good condition, $10
Email or 968-4227 (after 10:00 AM)
SBARC needs a Club Member with exceptional skills as a MASTER
MACHINIST willing to work on Club projects involving milling, boring,
drilling, bending and cutting of aluminum, stainless, and copper to
precise tolerances. Typically these piece parts are front panels,
rack brackets, clamps, spacers, and tower hardware, etc.. Projects
are oriented around developmental projects, repeaters, ARES Van and
Rover. If you have an employer who has industrial equipment and
residual materials for this purpose with a willingness to let you
work occasionally on Club projects then get in touch.
Bill Talanian, W1UUQ, 964-7432.
It was great seeing all of the SBARC folks on the course this morning.
APRS track way ccol too!
N6AJA's son sniped me by 4 seconds! Way to go Gabriel!
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