[ale] (OT) Artemis launch watch

Jeremy T. Bouse jeremy.bouse at undergrid.net
Sun Sep 4 20:46:00 EDT 2022


Do you just have the receiver instead of a transceiver because you don't
hold a license? I just recently got my General license in May and at the
moment just have a TD-H6 and TD-UV5R handheld transceivers, but I'm looking
for a mobile setup to put in the car, despite the wife saying she doesn't
want a big tacky antenna on the car (her words). I am also looking for a
desktop transceiver to set up in the house. Right now, I'm capped at 10W as
the max on the TD-H6 and 8W on the TD-UV5R, which works for joining the
local repeater and can RX the Space Coast repeaters but not enough to TX
and reach.

On Sun, Sep 4, 2022 at 5:30 PM Steve Litt via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:

> On Sun, 2022-09-04 at 12:31 -0400, Jeremy T. Bouse via Ale wrote:
> > Also, if you're not local to Brevard county and want to listen in, the
> > amateur repeaters are on Broadcastify (
> > https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/25178)
> Thanks Jeremy, that answers my question.
> LOL, my MFJ-8100K (https://mfjenterprises.com/products/mfj-8100k) only
> goes up to
> 30Mhz and can decode only AM and SSB, no FM. Some day I'll make myself a
> software
> controlled receiver, and then I'll be able to understand those repeaters.
> Thanks,
> SteveT
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Jeremy T. Bouse

Sr. DevOps Engineer


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