*No space left at club cargo container for storage.
*19 inch rack enclosure on casters **
*rear locking door*
*side panels removable*
*5 pre-drilled holes for bulkhead feed-thru*
*twin cooling fans.*
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I just got word that the parking lot is open for full use at the Red Cross.
HOWEVER, they are doing tree trimming tomorrow, Saturday Feb 17, so please DO NOT park back by the generator area or the 2 spaces where the Rover used to be parked, or the area by the dumpsters. The tree trimmers need access.
Brian - K6BPM
The positive publicity this piece creates for the Amateur radio community is undeniable. However if there ever is an actual nuclear detonation, we all know that the associated EMP will cause many of us to be in the same situation as the useless cellphones.
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> A decent story about amateur radio EmComm in Hawaii in light of the false missile alert ...
> Levi C. Maaia, K6LCM
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After fire, flood, and even a earthquake Matt Lechliter finally got back
to Santa Ynez Peak thru the "mud zone" today from Oxnard. I teamed up
with Matt and Chris Arnoult and was sure glad that I did not try this
run during the rain storm. There was ample evidence of wash out's with
heavy mud debris that could easily force a vehicle off the road. First
stop would be a shear 1000 ft drop in an area we call the Bolivian Mile.
Matt installed the repaired final amplifier in the 146.18 repeater which
previously was motor-boating. Few people realized the 145.18 repeater
was operating for many weeks with only the Exciter running 150
milliwatts which was still heard by most people. The repeater is now
back to 25 watts along with its partner repeater on 145.16 which is also
running 25 watts. There is much to compare here with two co-located
systems but with _different an__te__nna patterns._ In addition Matt went
through the controller programming sequence to see if it helps get rid
of the annoying M-A-C-R-O 9 voice response. Will watch this for a while
and see if this fix works.
I believe it is safe to say that the 145.16 system is now 100% fully
operational between Santa Ynez Peak and the WD6EBY repeater
(145.20/144.60 127.3 PL) at Sulphur Mountain in Ventura County. This is
intended to be a full time linked system with no buttons to push. Our
goal is a Tri-County VHF repeater system covering the most populated
areas. We are working on securing the final leg to SLO County.
Meanwhile, Have Fun and let OBB know how both systems are working with
your associates in tough RF areas.