Icom 50th Anniversary Limited Edition IC-7850
In the days of phones and tables getting smaller Icom goes big! The limited edition IC-7850 has gold color dials, buttons and strips. The front panel is finished in a clear black and special machined aluminum black and gold tuning tile. It will also carry a special 50th Anniversary number plaque on the top with Mr. Inoue’s signature.
More information: http://nicktoday.com/icom-50th-anniversary-limited-edition-ic-7850/
Why do I need a Software Defined Radio?
You want to receive any kind of radio signals within a huge frequency range of 100 kHz up to 1.7 GHz?
You like to follow ships or airplanes operating around you?
You are an amateur radio operator who want to use SDR technology?
You even want to develop your own radio frequency applications?
You just want a plug-and-play solution?
The XiOne Software Defined Radio is the solution for you, extremely versatile and flexible in its possible applications because the magic happens completely in software.
Yaesu FT-991 KW/50/144/430 MHz Stations Transceiver
We are pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new product, The FT-991 HF/50MHz/VHF/UHF Base Station Transceiver. The Yaesu FT-991 Transceiver is capable of operating SSB, CW, AM, FM, Packet and System Fusion C4FMDigital. The legendary tradition of Yaesu design is a legacy of excellence-established decades ago, providing quality, stability and durability. The Yaesu FT-991 is designed for the most competitive operating situations, with a suite of new features to enhance the experience. Whether you primarily operate at home, mobile or in the field, the FT-991 will provide outstanding fundamental performance and an inviting expansion into a full featured base station.
Living in Florida we all talk about being prepared, we have special nets for hurricanes, we have gear that is ready for the storms. There is only so much you could be ready for, but we do our best. Florida Ham take the responsibility serious and it’s great to see it recognized by the local news:
I have never really spent much time on the Software Defined Radio arena, but the more I keep loo at them they are becoming so interesting. The CommRadio CR-1a communications receiver is a true SDR (software defined radio), but does not require a computer. Enjoy the benefits and performance of state-of-the-art SDR, but in a conventional radio package.
As much as I hate to say, it might be time for me to make a purchase and spend some time playing with these. I really like the size of the rig in comparison to the SunSDR2 (http://nicktoday.com/sunsdr2-sunsdr-mb1-transceivers-software-defined-radios/). Hard to tell until I see them both in person.
Being from Connecticut I never, really appreciating being that closes the ARRL. I have always had connections from club lunches in Newington as well as being a Diamond Club contributor as I believe in the cause: http://www.arrl.org/the-arrl-diamond-club
I was visiting my dad at the VA in Rocky Hill, which the VA care he is getting right now is amazing and I am excited about that considering all the other news out there. I do not want to get off on a VA tangent, but the story starts there. After a hard day seeing a World War II Vet at 94, I wanted to get back to the airport and head back to Florida. I had some time so I decided to head over the league for a while.
To be on the safe side I emailed the league the night before to ensure they knew I was coming, but I found that over the years of operating it’s pretty easy to get in and of course it’s first come first serve.
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Expert Electronics newest radio is the completely autonomous SDR (Software Defined Radio) DUC/DDC. The Russian made SunSDR2 transceiver with the newest ExpertSDR2 software and SDR-control panel E-Coder is going to be introduced at the Ham Radio 2014 in Friedrichshafen in 27 – 29 June. This was first announced at the Mykop 2013 Hamfest for the first time. The concept of Stand Alone or Software Based radios is not new, but this is an interesting step.
Here is more about this rig: http://nicktoday.com/sunsdr2-sunsdr-mb1-transceivers-software-defined-radios/