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  • No HAM experience at all

    From Bbsing.Bbs@VERT/DARKSANC to All on Wed Feb 8 15:03:00 2012
    Hello all,

    I have zer0 HAM experience and zer0 radio experience; but I've always wanted to get into long distance radio communication, and I've been interested in communications in general, I've never had the money to do anything about it. At this point I just maybe in the situation to do so.

    The distances I'm thinking are in the zer0 to thousands + mile range.

    My original goal was to build 2 radios so my brother and I could communicate freely over a long distance roughly 2000 miles.

    Can anyone recommend where someone can enter this arena with my experience.


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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Bbsing.Bbs on Wed Feb 8 21:14:27 2012
    Re: No HAM experience at all
    By: Bbsing.Bbs to All on Wed Feb 08 2012 03:03 pm

    Hello all,

    I have zer0 HAM experience and zer0 radio experience; but I've always wanted get into long distance radio communication, and I've been interested in communications in general, I've never had the money to do anything about it. this point I just maybe in the situation to do so.

    The distances I'm thinking are in the zer0 to thousands + mile range.

    My original goal was to build 2 radios so my brother and I could communicate freely over a long distance roughly 2000 miles.

    Can anyone recommend where someone can enter this arena with my experience.



    I prefer mustard with my ham. sometimes my ham is really on a roll.


    "Practise safe Lunch, Use a Condiment"


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  • From John Guillory@VERT to Corey on Thu Feb 9 00:53:00 2012
    Corey wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    The distances I'm thinking are in the zer0 to thousands + mile range.

    My original goal was to build 2 radios so my brother and I could communicate freely over a long distance roughly 2000 miles.
    I can only imagine it'd be cheaper and simplier to just buy a cheap import ratio or
    hand-held....

    Can anyone recommend where someone can enter this arena with my experience.
    Sorry, your out of my league here!

    I prefer mustard with my ham. sometimes my ham is really on a roll.
    Canadian Bacon or American Ham?
    ... He does the work of 3 Men...Moe, Larry & Curly
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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@VERT/DARKSANC to Corey on Thu Feb 9 08:33:00 2012
    Corey wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

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    Re: No HAM experience at all
    By: Bbsing.Bbs to All on Wed Feb 08 2012 03:03 pm

    Hello all,

    I have zer0 HAM experience and zer0 radio experience; but I've always wanted get into long distance radio communication, and I've been interested in communications in general, I've never had the money to do anything about it. this point I just maybe in the situation to do so.

    The distances I'm thinking are in the zer0 to thousands + mile range.

    My original goal was to build 2 radios so my brother and I could communicate freely over a long distance roughly 2000 miles.

    Can anyone recommend where someone can enter this arena with my experience.



    I prefer mustard with my ham. sometimes my ham is really on a roll.

    I like cabbage, carrots, and potatoes with mine. :)

    "Practise safe Lunch, Use a Condiment"


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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@VERT/DARKSANC to John Guillory on Thu Feb 9 10:25:00 2012
    John Guillory wrote to Corey <=-

    @VIA: VERT
    @MSGID: <4F336C14.4228.dove-ham@vert.synchro.net>
    @REPLY: <4F335633.2080.doveham@tsgc.dyndns.org>
    Corey wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    The distances I'm thinking are in the zer0 to thousands + mile range.

    My original goal was to build 2 radios so my brother and I could communicate freely over a long distance roughly 2000 miles.
    I can only imagine it'd be cheaper and simplier to just buy a cheap import ratio or
    hand-held....

    Can anyone recommend where someone can enter this arena with my experience.
    Sorry, your out of my league here!

    I prefer mustard with my ham. sometimes my ham is really on a roll.
    Canadian Bacon or American Ham?

    depends what its on. Pizza I like Canadian Bacon.

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