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  • TheCotMan
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    New thread for 2010 on this was created. This thread is now closed.

    This post made to notify people subscribed to this thread about the new thread.

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  • theprez98
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    Originally posted by beakmyn View Post
    Hey, Xor

    Get on echolink and I'll talk to you
    EchoLink Node K2RRA-R (#217959)
    There's newb net tonight Sunday at 9:30
    Recently there's been folks from North Carolina calling in on echolink.


    Give me a call tonight on the cell phone and we'll try it out.

    My setup is pretty sparse.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/9762454...7621699464123/
    Finally validated...

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  • theprez98
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    Originally posted by beakmyn View Post
    You are required by law to keep that address current otherwise you risk having your license revoked :) it's on the test.
    Point being, when I was in the military, I moved many times but kept my home of record as my license address. It would have been a waste of time to try to keep updating my address.

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  • beakmyn
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    Originally posted by theprez98 View Post
    Assuming they live at the address listed in the FCC database...
    You are required by law to keep that address current otherwise you risk having your license revoked :) it's on the test.

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  • theprez98
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    Originally posted by beakmyn View Post
    If you know the person's name and state you can look it up at ARRL
    http://www.arrl.org/fcc/fcclook.php3

    Of course it works the other way around too, if they know your callsign they can find out who you are and where you live.

    Locate hams in your neighborhood.

    http://www.vanityhq.com/index-hamlocator.html
    Assuming they live at the address listed in the FCC database...

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  • beakmyn
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    Of course I don't know your call letters.

    xor
    If you know the person's name and state you can look it up at ARRL
    http://www.arrl.org/fcc/fcclook.php3

    Of course it works the other way around too, if they know your callsign they can find out who you are and where you live.

    Locate hams in your neighborhood.

    http://www.vanityhq.com/index-hamlocator.html

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  • xor
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    Of course I don't know your call letters.

    xor

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  • xor
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    Validated and on.

    xor

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  • xor
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    Originally posted by beakmyn View Post
    Hey, Xor

    Get on echolink and I'll talk to you
    EchoLink Node K2RRA-R (#217959)
    There's newb net tonight Sunday at 9:30
    Recently there's been folks from North Carolina calling in on echolink.


    Give me a call tonight on the cell phone and we'll try it out.

    My setup is pretty sparse.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/9762454...7621699464123/
    Awaiting validation. I'm idling on #dc-forums if you want to get me there.

    xor

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  • theprez98
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    Re: Ham license exams

    Originally posted by beakmyn View Post
    Hey, Xor

    Get on echolink and I'll talk to you
    EchoLink Node K2RRA-R (#217959)
    There's newb net tonight Sunday at 9:30
    Recently there's been folks from North Carolina calling in on echolink.


    Give me a call tonight on the cell phone and we'll try it out.

    My setup is pretty sparse.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/9762454...7621699464123/
    Waiting for EchoLink validation myself...

    Leave a comment:


  • beakmyn
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    KB3TGK

    Now all I need is a transmitter. That's what x-mas is for. :-)

    xor
    Hey, Xor

    Get on echolink and I'll talk to you
    EchoLink Node K2RRA-R (#217959)
    There's newb net tonight Sunday at 9:30
    Recently there's been folks from North Carolina calling in on echolink.


    Give me a call tonight on the cell phone and we'll try it out.

    My setup is pretty sparse.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/9762454...7621699464123/

    Leave a comment:


  • afterburn188
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    KB3TGK

    Now all I need is a transmitter. That's what x-mas is for. :-)

    xor
    Try out EchoLink as a stop gap

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  • xor
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    KB3TGK

    Now all I need is a transmitter. That's what x-mas is for. :-)

    xor

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  • JonM
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    Sorry for the delay folks, no laptop here and my phone doesn't like to load the forums.

    We are on like Donkey Kong for testing tomorrow. Noon in skybox 207.

    Bring $15 cash, your photo ID and your FCC Registration Number (get it at wireless.fcc.gov).

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  • seramai
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    I am studing for the General Test tomorrow. Any word on a time and location?

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