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FS: Collins 30L-1 and 312B-4

Gary Harmon
 

Collins 30L-1 linear amplifier. New power cord. RCA 811A finals. Works
well on all bands. Condition is 9 out of 10.



Collins 312B-4 station console (SWR meter and phone patch). Untested.
Condition is 9 out of 10.



Original manuals for both.



$800 for both.



Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

210.657.1549h / 210.884.6926c



"Too many projects, not enough time".


Available Stuff

Gary Harmon
 

The following equipment will be available as soon as the owner's grandson
relocates it to his house. If you are interested let me know and I will
provide you contact info when the time is right.



Kenwood TS-850S HF transceiver - $500

Kenwood MC-60A desk mike - $75

Kenwood SP-21 external speaker - $75

Kenwood R-1000 general coverage receiver - $150 (PROMISED)

Astron RS-35A power supply (no meters) - $75

ICOM IC02AT 2 meter hand held (probably needs batteries), may also have a
drop in charger, wall charger or additional battery packs - $50

ICOM 27A 2 meter transceiver - $50

Mirage 2m linear (I forgot to check the model number but it is probably a 2
meter linear) - $50

SWAN SS-200 HF transceiver (the final output transistors are no longer
available) - $100 (PROMISED)

Timewave DSP-599ZX audio filter = $150

There are also coax switches, another desk mike and some other speakers ($20
each).



Vr,



Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

210.657.1549h / 210.884.6926c



"Too many projects, not enough time".


Re: looking for a specific member

Lee Besing
 

Sounds like Jerry Barry..


Lee Besing
210-771-7075 ( voice/text)

-----Original Message-----
From: NERD <jpl4097@sbcglobal.net>
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 4:28 PM
Subject: [W5SC] looking for a specific member

Hi all
I don't remember a name but I met this older ham at kcomm during it's closing. He wore a darl blue or black cap withh militay imagery on it and gold trim on the bill. He talked about this being the last year he would be selling parts ;I don't know if he meant at Field Day but he said he would be selling STUFF about the 30th of JUne.
I just want to see what he has and see if there is anything he has I can use. Sorry for the long message
thansk Tony;KE5BFF


CLUB MEETING- , 6/14/2012, 7:00 pm

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looking for a specific member

anthony planas
 

Hi all
I don't remember a name but I met this older ham at kcomm during it's closing. He wore a darl blue or black cap withh militay imagery on it and gold trim on the bill. He talked about this being the last year he would be selling parts ;I don't know if he meant at Field Day but he said he would be selling STUFF about the 30th of JUne.
I just want to see what he has and see if there is anything he has I can use. Sorry for the long message
thansk Tony;KE5BFF


CLUB MEETING- , 6/14/2012, 7:00 pm

W5SC@...
 

Reminder from:   W5SC Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   CLUB MEETING-
 
Date:   Thursday June 14, 2012
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the second Thursday.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 1 day, 4 minutes.
Location:   Grady's - 6510 San Pedro
Notes:   "If hungry, come earlier"
 
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Re: FW: [Milsurplus] HamCom 2012, Plano, Texas Report

J C Smith
 

Gary:

The flea marketers were way down. Last year they had a room of flea marketers inside as well as the outside area. The room wasn't used this year and fewer outside flea marketers. The flea marketers in the main room seemed to be about the same as last year. It looked like they they had more boat anchors this year.

Programs were good. Rick Rodrick (ARRL VP) spoke at the ARRL forum. Rick is an outstanding presenter. Probably the "acting" training he received in law school. All programs I attended were very good.

It was good to connect with a number of folks I know from Texas and Arkansas. I hope to go back next year.

J C Smith


---- "Gary H. Harmon wrote:

Pictures.

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK
6003 Archwood
San Antonio, TX 78239-1504
210.657.1549h / 210.884.6926c

"Too many projects, not enough time".



-----Original Message-----
From: milsurplus-bounces@mailman.qth.net
[mailto:milsurplus-bounces@mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of David Stinson
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 10:21 AM
To: milsurplus@mailman.qth.net; boatanchors@theporch.com;
boatanchors@mailman.qth.net; ARC-5 List
Subject: [Milsurplus] HamCom 2012, Plano, Texas Report

HamCom in Plano, Texas, June 8-9 was great fun and it was good to see both
old and new friends.
Hot outside, but not nearly as bad as the last two years.
Crowd did seem somewhat down from previous years, especially the outdoor
flea market.
The flea-market problem had two roots:
First, the weather was predicted to be rainy and, of course, was not.
Arrrgh!
Second, and IMHO more important: As in other places, some pointy-headed,
John Lennon-glasses local government idiot put on his "Little Napoleon" hat
and decided that the $12.87 he collected in *sales taxes* from individuals
was more important than the economic activity of hundreds of people buying
food, lodging etc. in Plano. Moron....

Anyways... there was a fair selection of boatanchors and a good amount of
interest in the WWII rig display.
Of course, my beautiful daughters, Amanda and little Annabelle helped with
that ;-) (Amber was otherwise occupied this year).

Link to HamCom 2012 boatanchor photos:

http://s948.photobucket.com/albums/ad321/arc5stinson/

Again, please accept my humble thanks to everyone who lent a hand (and
sometimes a foot, leg and misc. eyeball) in making the display a success.

If The Almighty decides to put-up with my nonsense for another year, I'll
be doing another at HamCom 2013- also assuming the world doesn't end on 21
Dec. ;-) Will for sure include a Women's Army Service Pilot section; they
don't get the recognition they deserve, and I have a very cool WASP radio
for the centerpiece of that.
Haven't decided on the other rigs yet.
Open to suggestions.
In the "restore" queue: ATD, RAX, GF/RU, GP-7, TCS, ARA/ATA, RAT and, in
case we decide to branch into infantry, SCR-288, SCR-194, SCR-156.

Couple of tips for anyone who, like me, lacks good sense and decides to do
this: Don't print more than 100 handouts.
Most people don't take them.
Keep your signs brief and to-the-point. Some of mine were still too
"wordy." Even those who think it's "neat" won't read beyond three
sentances. You're not going to interest everyone, but you're only after
"the elite" anyway.
Have one rig with which everyone is familiar- "ARC-5" if aircraft, something
like BC-611 if Infantry. This grabs their attention and they will take the
time to look at the other rigs.
Do NOT leave things that are easily pocketed or hidden in a coat unattended.
A loose BC-611 without someone watching it will walk out the door in two
seconds flat.
Original tuning knobs on an ARC-5 receiver will magically evaporate, even
with you standing there. Don't include them.
Remember- in a hamfest with, say, 1500 attending, if only 1 percent are
crooks, that's 15 crooks running around- plenty to create some nastyness.
The little Japanese radio went home with me Friday night.

All that aside, it was a terrific time with lots of good folks, great
stories and good fellowship.
Sore feet, but worth it. See ya next year.

GL OM ES 73 DE Dave AB5S

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FW: [Milsurplus] HamCom 2012, Plano, Texas Report

Gary Harmon
 

Pictures.

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK
6003 Archwood
San Antonio, TX 78239-1504
210.657.1549h / 210.884.6926c

"Too many projects, not enough time".

-----Original Message-----
From: milsurplus-bounces@mailman.qth.net
[mailto:milsurplus-bounces@mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of David Stinson
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 10:21 AM
To: milsurplus@mailman.qth.net; boatanchors@theporch.com;
boatanchors@mailman.qth.net; ARC-5 List
Subject: [Milsurplus] HamCom 2012, Plano, Texas Report

HamCom in Plano, Texas, June 8-9 was great fun and it was good to see both
old and new friends.
Hot outside, but not nearly as bad as the last two years.
Crowd did seem somewhat down from previous years, especially the outdoor
flea market.
The flea-market problem had two roots:
First, the weather was predicted to be rainy and, of course, was not.
Arrrgh!
Second, and IMHO more important: As in other places, some pointy-headed,
John Lennon-glasses local government idiot put on his "Little Napoleon" hat
and decided that the $12.87 he collected in *sales taxes* from individuals
was more important than the economic activity of hundreds of people buying
food, lodging etc. in Plano. Moron....

Anyways... there was a fair selection of boatanchors and a good amount of
interest in the WWII rig display.
Of course, my beautiful daughters, Amanda and little Annabelle helped with
that ;-) (Amber was otherwise occupied this year).

Link to HamCom 2012 boatanchor photos:

http://s948.photobucket.com/albums/ad321/arc5stinson/

Again, please accept my humble thanks to everyone who lent a hand (and
sometimes a foot, leg and misc. eyeball) in making the display a success.

If The Almighty decides to put-up with my nonsense for another year, I'll
be doing another at HamCom 2013- also assuming the world doesn't end on 21
Dec. ;-) Will for sure include a Women's Army Service Pilot section; they
don't get the recognition they deserve, and I have a very cool WASP radio
for the centerpiece of that.
Haven't decided on the other rigs yet.
Open to suggestions.
In the "restore" queue: ATD, RAX, GF/RU, GP-7, TCS, ARA/ATA, RAT and, in
case we decide to branch into infantry, SCR-288, SCR-194, SCR-156.

Couple of tips for anyone who, like me, lacks good sense and decides to do
this: Don't print more than 100 handouts.
Most people don't take them.
Keep your signs brief and to-the-point. Some of mine were still too
"wordy." Even those who think it's "neat" won't read beyond three
sentances. You're not going to interest everyone, but you're only after
"the elite" anyway.
Have one rig with which everyone is familiar- "ARC-5" if aircraft, something
like BC-611 if Infantry. This grabs their attention and they will take the
time to look at the other rigs.
Do NOT leave things that are easily pocketed or hidden in a coat unattended.
A loose BC-611 without someone watching it will walk out the door in two
seconds flat.
Original tuning knobs on an ARC-5 receiver will magically evaporate, even
with you standing there. Don't include them.
Remember- in a hamfest with, say, 1500 attending, if only 1 percent are
crooks, that's 15 crooks running around- plenty to create some nastyness.
The little Japanese radio went home with me Friday night.

All that aside, it was a terrific time with lots of good folks, great
stories and good fellowship.
Sore feet, but worth it. See ya next year.

GL OM ES 73 DE Dave AB5S

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Re: Local Repeater list

David Espinoza - W5QS
 

Go here and do a search . http://www.artscipub.com/repeaters/. It's a nation wide database..

On May 26, 2012, at 8:39 AM, "NERD" <jpl4097@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

the frequencies 146.34,35,38 are not listed anywhere and I have them in my transciever memory but don't have the tone frequencies for the se repeaters
thanks tony

--- In W5SC@yahoogroups.com, James Ferris <ferris1727@...> wrote:

Tony,
Take a look on SanAntonioHams.org. They have a printable list. Not sure
if it is up to date though...

73,
Jim, W5FER



On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 9:12 AM, NERD <jpl4097@...> wrote:

**


Does anyone have or know a list of the local repeaters with in 50 miles of
San Antonio?
thanks Tony KE5BFF



[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Local Repeater list

anthony planas
 

the frequencies 146.34,35,38 are not listed anywhere and I have them in my transciever memory but don't have the tone frequencies for the se repeaters
thanks tony

--- In W5SC@yahoogroups.com, James Ferris <ferris1727@...> wrote:

Tony,
Take a look on SanAntonioHams.org. They have a printable list. Not sure
if it is up to date though...

73,
Jim, W5FER



On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 9:12 AM, NERD <jpl4097@...> wrote:

**


Does anyone have or know a list of the local repeaters with in 50 miles of
San Antonio?
thanks Tony KE5BFF





Re: Local Repeater list

James Ferris <ferris1727@...>
 

Tony,
Take a look on SanAntonioHams.org. They have a printable list. Not sure
if it is up to date though...

73,
Jim, W5FER



On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 9:12 AM, NERD <jpl4097@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

**


Does anyone have or know a list of the local repeaters with in 50 miles of
San Antonio?
thanks Tony KE5BFF



[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Local Repeater list

David Espinoza - W5QS
 

Go to sanantoniohams.org. You will find a good list on that site

On May 24, 2012, at 9:12 AM, "NERD" <jpl4097@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

Does anyone have or know a list of the local repeaters with in 50 miles of San Antonio?
thanks Tony KE5BFF


[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Local Repeater list

anthony planas
 

Does anyone have or know a list of the local repeaters with in 50 miles of San Antonio?
thanks Tony KE5BFF


CLUB MEETING- , 5/10/2012, 7:00 pm

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Title:   CLUB MEETING-
 
Date:   Thursday May 10, 2012
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the second Thursday.
Location:   Grady's - 6510 San Pedro
Notes:   "If hungry, come earlier"
 
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CLUB MEETING- , 5/10/2012, 7:00 pm

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Reminder from:   W5SC Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   CLUB MEETING-
 
Date:   Thursday May 10, 2012
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the second Thursday.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 1 day, 3 minutes.
Location:   Grady's - 6510 San Pedro
Notes:   "If hungry, come earlier"
 
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Museum Ships Weekend at Galveston Island

Tom O'Brien
 

Museum Ships Weekend 2012 – June 2 2012 0000Z June 3 2012 2359Z . Activating IOTA NA-143 (Pelican Is.) Brazos Valley ARC, KK5W will be operating from radio rooms of WWII Submarine USS Cavalla and Destroyer Escort USS Stewart from Seawolf Park on Pelican Is. in Galveston, Texas. We will be operating on 10-80 meters (SSB and CW). Be a part of living history as we commemorate the actions of these ships and crews. More information at http://www.bvarc.org/index.php?page=ms Special Event QSL with SASE via KK5W (QRZ.com).



Sincerely,
Tom O'Brien
San Antonio, Texas


Re: Linear amplifiers

Tom O'Brien
 

You can find the relevant regulations in PDF form on the ARRL web site.
Basically, you can homebrew an amp without certification. You will still need to meet the emissions standards in Part 97.

-----Original Message-----
From: NERD
Sent: Apr 26, 2012 9:53 AM
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [W5SC] Linear amplifiers





Does any one know what the FCC rule is concerning homebrew linear amplifier?
thanks




Sincerely,
Tom O'Brien
San Antonio, Texas


Linear amplifiers

anthony planas
 

Does any one know what the FCC rule is concerning homebrew linear amplifier?
thanks


Re: Antenna restrictions petition to FCC

W5HW - Harry <W5HW@...>
 

A friend of mine points out one thing about petitions to the FCC:

"Only problem is FCC has a format for filings, and a petition is not acceptable for
this request for filing. You have to go online at FCC with the docket or proceeding
number and file your comments by filling in a form there at FCC web site. It is
pretty simple, and I have done it in the past,... "

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom O'Brien
To: stxdxcc ; W5SC
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2012 3:30 PM
Subject: [W5SC] Antenna restrictions petition to FCC



PLEASE CROSS-POST THIS TO AS MANY REFLECTORS; SEND TO AS MANY HAMS AND NON-HAMS AND PRINT IN AS MANY NEWSLETTERS AS POSSIBLE!!

FROM QRZ.COM:

RADIO LAW: HAM GATHERING SIGNATURES ON PETITION TO VOID ANTENNA PROHIBITIONS

N4UM tells Newsline that he has begun a petition drive to the FCC. This, in an attempt to get the regulatory agency to void antenna prohibitions by developers and Home Owners Associations.

As of this report the petition has garnered over 700 signatures. N4UM says that he is doing this now because the FCC is currently requesting formal comments on emergency communications in amateur radio. The agency also wants to know the effects of impediments to the amateur radio service as part of the Docket GN 12-91 inquiry.

Comments on this federal study close on May 17th. N4UM says that his petition will also close on this same day. You can find his petition on-line at tinyurl.com/antenna-rights (N4UM)

I don't know how much good this will do, but I can't see how it could hurt any pending efforts. At minimum it will bring some more attention to the subject by all concerned.

Allen N5XZ / KL5DX

Sincerely,
Tom O'Brien
San Antonio, Texas


Antenna restrictions petition to FCC

Tom O'Brien
 

PLEASE CROSS-POST THIS TO AS MANY REFLECTORS; SEND TO AS MANY HAMS AND NON-HAMS AND PRINT IN AS MANY NEWSLETTERS AS POSSIBLE!!

FROM QRZ.COM:

RADIO LAW: HAM GATHERING SIGNATURES ON PETITION TO VOID ANTENNA PROHIBITIONS

N4UM tells Newsline that he has begun a petition drive to the FCC. This, in an attempt to get the regulatory agency to void antenna prohibitions by developers and Home Owners Associations.

As of this report the petition has garnered over 700 signatures. N4UM says that he is doing this now because the FCC is currently requesting formal comments on emergency communications in amateur radio. The agency also wants to know the effects of impediments to the amateur radio service as part of the Docket GN 12-91 inquiry.

Comments on this federal study close on May 17th. N4UM says that his petition will also close on this same day. You can find his petition on-line at tinyurl.com/antenna-rights (N4UM)


I don't know how much good this will do, but I can't see how it could hurt any pending efforts. At minimum it will bring some more attention to the subject by all concerned.


Allen N5XZ / KL5DX



Sincerely,
Tom O'Brien
San Antonio, Texas

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