Here are some Links
to Amateur Radio Sites
Amoskeag Radio Association
Amateur Television of Manchester
Nashua Area Radio Club
|This page is dedicated to my favorite hobby, Amateur Radio.
latest "Project" is my Teletype Model 15. I used this in the 70's /
early 80's and had a lot of fun. I was going to donate it the Wright Musium
in Wolfeboro NH but had a change of heart as I am going to get back into RTTY. Stay
tuned for my dedicated RTTY page as time permits. Meanwhile here is a pic of my "friend."
After years of neglect in my garage, it still works - amazing! Yep, that's a
Dovetron MPC-1000 - the regen board has been removed, I'm sad to say but it works fine.
Check out my 2 meter repeater dedicated to local
coverage in the Manchester area. Click on the 375 Repeater
button on the left to see some action shots. Bob Sletten, KB1QV and his family
helped out. Thanks to Bob's brother, Joel for letting me use his barn.
One word about NI1E/r. The web page is outdated.
However, for the time being I choose to leave it on for the sake of historical
account. I may put up something in the future. The repeater is presently
off-line but is being updated and will be on the air on a different location.
||Here's my home
station. I am back on the air - 80 / 40 M dipole is back up. The rig is a
Yaesu FT-301S with the Fl-110 amp. There is a Viking Courier amp off to the side
where you can't see it in this pic. The little green gadget on top of The
Hallicrafters SX 146 is the Heath HA-14 Killowatt amp! The keyer is a Vibroplex sn
375839. That's a D-104 mike. Both are classics, don't you think? You can see
the homebrew TU behind the Hamilton Railroad Watch. That's a Data Tech DT-600 board
- it uses 5 - 88 mh inductors. Click on the image for a larger
picture. I have a Teletype Model 15 out in the garage. It's actually still
working after all these years!