Sunday the 10th of October 2021 the new DR-2X System Fusion Digital and Analogue repeater was installed by local fellow amateurs on a cold blistering windy day up at the local bluff repeater site attended by Peter VK5BE, John VK5DJ, Norbert VK5MQ, Tom VK5NFT and Hans VK5PHS.
Testing with local amateurs away from the site was performed thanks to Col VK5DK, Robin VK5TN and John VK5JOB.
DR2-X System Fusion Digital / Analogue Repeater
The repeater can be accessed on the following frequency, Receive 439.825MHz and Transmit on 434.825MHz with -5MHz offset.
Some photos of the team on the day
Please note that the existing Echolink can still be accessed via this new Fusion System Repeater as before.
Many of you like me have wondered which of these capacitors should I use and for what circuit perhaps, what the heck”s a bumble bee capacitor and which ones do I may be throw out of a circuit or don”t use at all you may ask yourself ?
Fortunately we have Paul from Mr Carlson Lab to answer many of your questions in his following video so please welcome and thank Mr Carlson’s Lab Video for today’s presentation.
Hopefully today’s presentation and talk on capacitors by Mr Carlson has now shed some light on which are good capacitors, what capacitors are used for which type of circuits or recommended for what application. Hopefully you are now some what more proficient on capacitor selection and use.
If you have enjoyed this presentation on What Capacitor do i use and would like to see more of Mr Carlson’s presentations on other topics relating to electronics then click to the link to his you-tube website; Mr Carlson’s Lab.
Thanks again to visiting our website and Enjoy the Hobby.
The South East Radio Group recently received a grant of $2,754 from the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program. The grant enabled the purchase of equipment which will ensure rapid and accurate scoring of the Australian Radio Fox Hunting Championships held annually in Mount Gambier.
This money was used to purchase latest High Tec. Equipment to assist and save countless man hours working out competitor times for the event of the Fox Hunting. The items were well received by SERG President Peter Becker and presented by our local Member Mr Tony Pasin. We would like to thank you Mr Pasin and the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program for making this happen.
SO WHAT IS A FOX HUNT ?
SERG 50th Convention and Fox Hunt June 2015 in Mount Gambier
We would also like to thank Andrew McKinnis VK5KET for all of his hard work leading up and also for over the two days involved with officiating the Fox Hunt Events with also SERG members to assist as the Fox’s as well as all the competitors (Hounds) that come from all over Australia to participate in this event.
The South East Amateur Radio Group SERG holds the National Fox Hunting Championships in June, the Queens Birthday long weekend where we also hold our convention at the same time. The fox hunt is open to all ages old and young, male and female. If you like to try out then come along and see if you can find the fox.
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Welcome back to a review on the new all rounder Icom IC-705 that has been released this year 2020 and expected to hit the Australia markets around August 2020. The IC-705 is a HF/VHF/UHF All Mode Ham Transceiver and more. To take a look at this marvelous little rig i like to welcome Eric KJ4YZI from Ham Radio Concepts for being able to give us a brief look and operation of this little wonder.
Take it away Eric
If you like to see about purchase details i have included links to;
Hello All and thanks for coming back to the site, the following is about code of conduct when on amateur radio or any form of radio operation really.
Firstly a comment from Mr Spock about what he has to SAY;
Well thank you Mr Spock for that and putting earth on notice. From here we may need to take a look from AHARS the Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society summary of good Radio Code of Conduct.
Well I hope taking a look at the second video that you all had flash backs to how we should be conducting our selves when we are transmitting on the air. We are all human and at times we do make mistakes and also get very anxious and carried away on topics at times and may be slip things we shouldn’t over the air waves or by mistake tune up on someone having a QSO on a frequency. The main thing we realize what we have done and don”t do it again. Enjoy the hobby.
Hi there, at long last we are able to present to you the new 2m / 70cm digital analog radio from Yaesu. Eric KJ4YZI from Ham Radio Concepts has managed to get a rig from Gigaparts to give us a review on this rig to all you Yaesu buffs. Once again thanks to Eric for his videos, Sit back and press play and enjoy.
Further info on the rig is available here, C lick : FTM-300D
Hello and welcome in this post we have Rex VK7MO talks us through the frequency stability issues with the new Icom IC9700 radio and how to go about resolving this issue.
A disclaimer about this video:
All tests are easily reproducible with appropriate test gear – This is the 2nd IC-9700 that has been supplied to Rex – All “drift” is still within stability specs of the radio over a 10 degree temperature range (although the spec is over a 70 degree range) – The IC-9700 is a fantastic radio and a great step forward for VHF/UHF enthusiasts – this video is not bagging the radio. The purpose of these tests is to show the real world results and to show that Icom has perhaps missed the mark with not implementing a full 10MHz locked solution for this radio for the purposes of particular digital modes and/or for perhaps driving microwave transverters.
Yes the Icom IC 9700 has been GPS locked! How? Well Rex VK7MO brings us up to speed on developments, explains the features he enjoys most out of this new radio and the benefits for those wanting to use this rig on Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) moonbounce or other weaker signal digital modes.
Thanks to Rex VK7MO, Hayden VK7HH and Ham Radio DX for providing the videos and hope all you amateur radio viewers welcomed and enjoyed this information.