For Sale

Want to move up a class? I have the following equipment , like new, original box, paperwork and accessories. Non-smoking household.

Palstar LA-1K RF Sensing Dual HF LDMOS 1000 Watt Amplifier

120 or 240 VAC

Latest Firmware: 1.05K

$2500.00

Palstar HF-Auto 1800 Watt Autotuner

160 to 6 Meters

$1000.00

Palstar AT2K 2000 Watt Antenna Tuner

160 to 6 Meters

$400.00

ACOM 1010 HF Linear Amplifier

700 Watts, 160 to 6 Meters

120 or 240 VAC

$1500.00

Yaesu FT-8800 R/E, Dual Channel, 50 Watts, $100.00

Antennas:

EA-Delta7B, 30 to 10 Meters, $150.00

Mosley, TA-31M, 10-15-20 Meters, $150.00

My Antenna, EFHW-4010 2K, $90.00

Cobra UltraLite Senior, 160 to 10 Meters, $60.00

Comet CX-333 144/220/440 MHz, $90.00

M2 6M-3SS, $120.00

Coax:

ABRind 218XATC 1.5, 3, 6, 9, 12, 40

ABRind 25400 1.5, 3, 12, 25, 75, 100

ABRind RG213 1.5, 3, 25, 50, 75

$1.50 per foot for cable assemblies

$.75 per foot 25 or greater

Contact me if interested or need more information.

73’s,

Chris, W4PMP

w4pmp1@gmail.com

Wednesday Night 6-Meter SSB Net, 29 July 2020

Opened the net on 50.130 MHz at 2000 and closed at 2020. We had three check-ins: KE4S (Dave), W0MPM, (John), and myself. The discussions tonight focused on station grounding, antennas and life in general. Make sure you stop by on Wednesday Nights to make sure your rigs still work on 6 meters and say “Hello!”

73’s,

Chris, W4PMP

Wednesday Night 6-Meter SSB Net, 22 July 2020

Opened the net on 50.130 MHz at 2000 and closed at 2055. We had four check-ins: W5ODJ (John), W0MPM, (John), W4PSO (Marc) and myself. The discussions tonight focused on radios, antennas and life in general. Make sure you stop by on Wednesday Nights to make sure your rigs still work on 6 meters and say “Hello!”

73’s,

Chris, W4PMP

Thursday SSB Net Report

80m – 3675 KHz on 31JUL 2020 Open 0000Z
Listening 3823 KHz for General class ops to check-in
QNI:
K3WD Bill
W5ODJ John
K8SYH Bill
W0MPM John
KE4S Dave, Net Control
Closed 0021Z

10m – on 28.405 MHz open 0023Z
W5ODJ John
W0MPM John
KE4S Dave
Closed 0032Z

Thursday SSB Net Report 23 Jul 2020

80m – 3675 KHz on 24 JUL 2020 Open 0000Z
Listening 3816 KHz for General class ops to check-in
A short net tonight, QRN and fairly high noise floor, but we managed to get a couple rounds of discussion.
QNI:
K3WD Bill
W0MPM John
K0ZR Jeff
KE4S Dave, Net Control
Closed 0021Z

10m – on 28.405 MHz open 0023Z
W0MPM John
KE4S Dave
Closed 0030Z

Tuesday Slow CW Net Report 21 Jul 2020

A very short net tonight with lots of QRN. Checkins from K3WD, KT9N, and N1RM, with KE4S on net control. S5-S6 noise level at my station, Bill had the strongest signal, Chris and Rick barely readable. Thanks for checking in; see you next week. 73 de Dave KE4S

2M net report 19-July (thirteen checkins; scorcher but fun)

K4LRG Sunday Night 0030z to 0059z
13 Checkins
Topics: Heat, A/C, Saturday’s club meeting, The Comet, FT8 and Signalink USB, Soldering, Newly licensed, First time on the net, the Heat, 6am walking to avoid the heat, and so much more

Attendees:
WV8VAN – Van on an HT in Chantily
N7XUI – Stan on an HT
W4PSO – Mark and Gavin
KO4FIN – Brian on an HT (2nd antenna was booming; new ticket!!)
N4PDY – Mike
K2BFY – Henry
K0ZR – Jeff
K3WD – Bill
W0MPM – John
AD7FW – Roy
W3VAR – Chuck
W5ODJ – John
AB3KC – Collins (NC)

CW HF Net July 14

There were four check-ins this evening: K0ZR, K3WD, W0MPM, and KT9N. Not a lot to report with all the hot weather and virus impacts. We look forward to the return of K8SYH once he gets some antenna issues resolved.

Jeff, K0ZR

July Virtual Meeting Reminder 07-18-2020 0830 Eastern

Just a reminder that our scheduled meeting for June will be held this Saturday, July 18th at 0830. This meeting will be hosted virtually.

  • Members on the LARG Reflector can join using the calendar invite that was sent to all members
  • Visitors needing access should contact largit@k4lrg.org

K0ZR & 13 Colonies

Ended up spending more time on this event than first envisioned. Did only CW, managing 1,252 QSOs. 40m was the “money band”. My attempts to “open-up” 10 & 15 m were ineffective as the numbers show.