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I know there is a lot of amateur radio operators that are members of this forum. Any of you at Hamcom tomorrow?
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Hamcom??????
http://www.hamcom.org/

Your a bit far away
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... Any of you at Hamcom tomorrow?
Not me, although I looked through the program and it is quite interesting.

Then again, I'm just wiring my 2m/70cm HT into the bike's ComSystem (had some difficulties with FRS radio, hopefully overcame the gremlins) - and in few days will be checking out the repeaters in Gaspe, Quebec.

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It's not far for an LT rider!!!

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Holy Skywave!

Man, looks like a sweet gathering. We just finished up our WY state hamfest and convention. Think we had just over 100 hams show up.

Wish us luck, our club is hosting next year's event. Mmm, anyone wanna be a speaker at a state ham convention?

Having a market base to draw from really, really helps, don't it :up:

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Holy Skywave!

We just finished up our WY state hamfest and convention. Think we had just over 100 hams show up.

Wish us luck, our club is hosting next year's event. Mmm, anyone wanna be a speaker at a state ham convention?
Mmmm, ham, I love ham. Would I have to give like statistics about how many rashers of bacon were produced, or could I just give a personal view, like "How I came to love ham"?

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Holy Skywave!

Man, looks like a sweet gathering. We just finished up our WY state hamfest and convention. Think we had just over 100 hams show up.

Wish us luck, our club is hosting next year's event. Mmm, anyone wanna be a speaker at a state ham convention?

Having a market base to draw from really, really helps, don't it :up:
Hamcom is in the thousands.... don't know for sure what the number is. I almost bought a new USB GPS for 25 bucks.... but I figured I would never use it, so I just forgot it. I am leaving with most of my money!

I was in the market for a TDR, but the closest I came was a box of three dead Tech 1502's or 1503's (can't remember which) for 50 bucks, and I left them there.
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