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W4PWB's Radio Room
Custom Counter-top Installation
Field Day came to a close and we started back on working on the other projects we've had in our heads. We've been putting together a 70cm repeater for a good long time now and have finally reached a point that we are going to put it online here in Pensacola. Phil's radio room was in desperate need of some counter-top or desk space. His words were "I can't stand the clutter anymore!". So we began to discuss plans to put in some custom counter areas for ham radio projects and operation.
This is where the work began and ended.
Another Field Day has come and gone and EWRG had a lot of fun setting up and doing our thing at Big Lagoon State Park. Despite a last minute change in venue all went pretty smoothly and with another few gallons of calamine lotion the bug bites should ease away.
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)