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Elevated Wire Radio Group has moved to a new hosting account. Same website, same address, New Location.
Due to restriction on our previous hosting account we were required to move this site to a different account all on it's lonesome. The costs for doing this is about $87.00 per year, plus the domain registration fees $15.00 (currently).
We know you enjoy being able to come and download manuals and files here. We want to see you getting some use out of the site our club has put up. Over the years we've never charged any dues to a single member. Originally the founding members have paid to keep this site up and running. As time has passed the costs has all fallen on one person.
When time to renew comes around I do not know where I will be financially. The toll that the economy has put on my family has been great. Hurricane Katrina, a Gulf oil spill, and just a general lack of revenue from my own business has forced me to scale back in nearly every aspect of my personal life. Even selling some treasured toys to keep the lights on this year.
I'm not going to beg for money from anyone. That just isn't my style. If you enjoy the site and find something here useful as a lot of people have (170+ members) consider sending us a donation. We aren't going to take our wives out to dinner with it. We've got a broken repeater that needs replacing and this site to keep up and running. You would probably be surprised how many hours have gone into keeping this place up. It doesn't take a lot to send us something even a dollar here and there can add up over the course of a year.
I'll put up a donation link on the site as soon as I'm able. In the meantime if you would like to donate feel free to contact the administrator of the site using the contact link or by navigating to members and looking for "Administrator". I'd really like to keep things going for us and everyone else out there.
Brian Ward KG4KGW
The radio sold for close to $2000.00 when it was new, but it still worked and it was "free" to me! I truly enjoyed using the radio. I knew another ham who didn't have any gear. I wasn't using the radio as much as my FT-847, so I took it over to his house and gave the radio to him. He used it every day.
Auto Ider by Brian Ward/KG4KGW
KG4KGW's Auto IDer
This is an auto Ider I wrote in C# for use in interfacing with a radio transmitter and PC.
Auto Ider 2.1 Download
You must use this link to install the software. The green download links do not work as you can not upload web pages to the downloads center.
This software has been updated to work on 64 bit windows systems July 2011 (BW - KG4KGW)