In an earlier post I posted a picture of my radio setup. Well today I pulled out the other two radios I had out of storage to set them up. The new radios are the Alinco and the Tempo One. The Tempo One I can use to listen on, it is a Transceiver, but I[…]
Ok for those of you that are either Ham radio operators or scanner enthusiasts, I emailed a friend of mine for info about freqs to listen to about Hurricane Katrina. Here is what I got back from him. Hello all, The W3YJ repeater is currently monitoring the Echolink Hurricane Watch Net via the VK3JED (Echolink[…]
We are looking at another Tropical Storm It looks like it might become a tropical Storm. Here is a graph of the Atlantic that shows all the areas of possible or current tropical storms in the Atlantic. I had some one predict that this year we might see the names go up to Ophelia in[…]
Support New Orleans Some one posted a link to this site in the comment section of my web site. It is a place you can post messages of support to the people of New Orleans, and a place to make donations.
I probably should get on the local traffic nets for ham radio (every Night at 8pm on the 146.88Mhz -), Ken (WA3FKG) is predicting that the traffic net might be busy. I hope there is no bad news coming over the net. But I will be signing on to see if I can help pass[…]
The NWS’s warning about Hurrican Katrina MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS…PERHAPS LONGER. They are saying that people will not even be able to return to the area for a few weeks, holy smoke. WOW, yes WOW is the only word I think truly discribes this storm.
Wow, I just heard that Hurricane Katrina is a record breaking storm. Right now I am drawing information in from 3 sources, radio, TV, and the web. I hope that the people down there do not suffer too many losses. This storm will be interesting to follow. I wonder if it will do the same[…]