About This SiteThis is the blog of Anthony Glen Jeffries. The sub-title should explain things pretty well. The blog title comes from this post on Greta Christina's blog (scroll down to reason #7). The opinions expressed on this site are not necessarily representative of my past, present or future employers, coworkers, colleagues, friends or family.
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Category Archives: Amateur Radio
Amateur Radio Transmits 1000 Miles On Voice Power. It’s a 75 meter rig that only uses the human voice for power. Now that’s QRP!
If you go to the FCC web page at www.fcc.gov today, you do not get access to ULS or most other things you might find useful. Instead, you get this: This is what happens when Republicans have a hissy-fit over … Continue reading
So, I bought an Icom IC-745 a few weeks ago, and I’ve been playing with it. It uses a lot more power than my Kenwood TS-130S, which I sold (as well as the PS-30 power supply) to pay for the … Continue reading
World Amateur Radio Day | Southgate Amateur Radio News. Happy World Amateur Radio Day! 73’s!
Rumors about Burghardt Amateur Center’s serious changes (dropping the amateur radio dealership and becoming a repair-only shop) are true.
I’m seriously considering staying home on August 11, the day of the Republican straw poll here in Ames, glued to the scanner all day.
I’m off to the Cedar Valley Amateur Radio Club Hamfest Sunday morning.
I just bought a Radio Shack Pro-97 Handheld Scanner. Wheee! I once again have a non-crappy handheld scanner. It’ll be just my luck if the local law enforcement agencies go to P25 digital. I can’t afford that yet.