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    The Amateur Radio page contains information about my involvement in amateur radio. I received my Technician License on 7/24/13 and upgraded to my General License on 11/12/13. Most of the time I monitor the Bellbrook Amateur Radio Club's 147.045- (no PL) and 443.675+ (no PL) repeaters, the 224.580- (no PL) repeater, as well as IRLP nodes 8421 and 4523. On 6 meters, you can find me on 51.660 (-500KHz) or the National Calling Frequency of 52.525 FM. I am periodically able to get on the 10, 15, 20, and 40 meter HF bands with a Ten Tec Jupiter 538 transceiver and an Alpha Delta DX-EE model dipole antenna. I am on Dstar typically using Reflector 30C, and DMR Ohio Statewide Talkgroup #3139 through a ZumSpot hotspot running Pi-Star. Currently, I do not have any QSL cards as I am working on getting some made, however I do use the QRZ.com logbook and ARRL's Logbook of the World. Thanks for stopping by and I hope to hear you on the air!

My Equipment
Kenwood TM-V71AJetstream JT-222MTen-Tec Jupiter 538
Kenwood TM-V71A for 2m/70cmJetsteam JT-222M for 220 MHzTen-Tec Jupiter 538 for HF
Icom IC-706
Icom IC-706 original for 6m (and HF a little)

K9JEB Power-Pole MAX Kit, Available for Purchase HERE.
Assembled MAX Kit from K9JEB
Above is the kit after assembly was completed. This works great; was cheaper and more rewarding than purchasing hardware!

Power Pole Distribution Kit from K9JEB
Above are all the kit components before soldering onto the supplied PCB.
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