Icom IC-740 The IC-740 is a 160-10 meter 200 watt input radio. This includes the Icom desk microphone. Going price online is around $400. Club price $300. Kenwood TS-120 Golden oldie, but very reasonable way to get on HF! This is rated at 200 watts input, and covers 80-10 meters. This radio has been in the basement, needs cleaned. “Ran when parked” as the ads say. This has a matching Kenwood power supply. Online pricing is optimistically around $250. Club price for radio and PS is $150 OBO.
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DELARA meeting forecast 2022

We ran Joe a bit short in November, and it’s only fair (plus, it was interesting!!) to have him reprise his study of propagation for us in January! We’re sure there will be plenty of war stories to entertain as we do our study! January - Joe, K8MP, on HF propagation February - Delaware County Weather Net March - Wrapup of the MUD event April - Bob on antennas May - KE8O and the FLEX Remote Station June - Field Day Planning! July - Ed, AE8Q, giving 7300 a panadpter/SDR

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The club station at the ARC has some surplus equipment that we feel will be much better suited in the hands of our members! There are several who are in the market for HF gear. What doesn’t sell here goes to Hamvention. Kenwood TS-590S This is a well-regarded 100-watt 160-6 meter radio with a built in tuner, 32-bit DSP IF, roofing filters and a built in keyer. It has a dual-VFO display. Requires a 12-volt 20-amp supply. This was part of Bob, N8OB’s station. Going price online is around $700. Club price $600. Heath SB-200 amp This is a grounded-grid 80-10 amp. 100 watts in is rated for about 600 watts out. KE8P) has added most of the latest mods to this (soft-key, PS, etc.) and it was last used by Bob, N8OB as part of his station. Club price $300.
Through the years DELARA 40 years ago May, 1982 Lou Ramey from NWS on spotter training. DELARA 30 years ago May, 1992 John Beal taught soldering. DELARA 20 years ago May, 2002 Field Day planning. Joe wrote about troubleshooting. DELARA 10 years ago May, 2012 Bob launched the great “StepIR” project.

Also For Sale: DMR

I have a TYT MD-380 DMR handheld for UHF. Bought it shortly before moving out of Ohio To North Carolina and there's simply no DMR activity where I now live. So it's for sale for $80 shipped back to Ohio or wherever. Includes the radio (of course) battery, charger duckie, user's manual and whatever came with it. Just shoot me a response and we'll do some quick business. Thanks Donn K8AOK
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DELARA meeting forecast 2022

We ran Joe a bit short in November, and it’s only fair (plus, it was interesting!!) to have him reprise his study of propagation for us in January! We’re sure there will be plenty of war stories to entertain as we do our study! January - Joe, K8MP, on HF propagation February - Delaware County Weather Net March - Wrapup of the MUD event April - Bob on antennas May - KE8O and the FLEX Remote Station June - Field Day Planning! July - Ed, AE8Q, giving 7300 a panadpter/SDR

For Sale: Club station equipment

& more

The club station at the ARC has some surplus equipment that we feel will be much better suited in the hands of our members! There are several who are in the market for HF gear. What doesn’t sell here goes to Hamvention. Kenwood TS-590S This is a well-regarded 100-watt 160-6 meter radio with a built in tuner, 32-bit DSP IF, roofing filters and a built in keyer. It has a dual-VFO display. Requires a 12-volt 20-amp supply. This was part of Bob, N8OB’s station. Going price online is around $700. Club price $600. Heath SB-200 amp This is a grounded-grid 80-10 amp. 100 watts in is rated for about 600 watts out. KE8P) has added most of the latest mods to this (soft-key, PS, etc.) and it was last used by Bob, N8OB as part of his station. Club price $300.
Through the years DELARA 40 years ago May, 1982 Lou Ramey from NWS on spotter training. DELARA 30 years ago May, 1992 John Beal taught soldering. DELARA 20 years ago May, 2002 Field Day planning. Joe wrote about troubleshooting. DELARA 10 years ago May, 2012 Bob launched the great “StepIR” project.

Also For Sale: DMR

I have a TYT MD-380 DMR handheld for UHF. Bought it shortly before moving out of Ohio To North Carolina and there's simply no DMR activity where I now live. So it's for sale for $80 shipped back to Ohio or wherever. Includes the radio (of course) battery, charger duckie, user's manual and whatever came with it. Just shoot me a response and we'll do some quick business. Thanks Donn K8AOK