During the past two years the some of the following equipment has been donated to the Tallahassee Amateur Radio Society. It is time to make this equipment available first to the members of TARS and then, any remaining, to hams through sales at local Hamfest.
TARS is making no statement regarding the working condition of each piece of equipment and all sales are sold ‘AS IS’ and all sales are final. There will be no refunds and sales will be CASH only.Money from this sale will go towards the Field Day Radio Fund.
Following each item is the minimum desired amount for each item. Amount is (..) is the lowest price found on E-Bay or other sources.
1. Ten-Tec 1.5KW Low-pass filter model 5061 – $1
2. Realistic Speaker 8ohm – $1
3. Heathkit HP13A 12VDC Power Supply – $1
4. ICOM R70 General Coverage Receiver ($150) – $50
5. Kenwood TM 421A 440 Mhz mobile transceiver – $25
6. Kenwood TM221A 2M mobile transceiver – $25
7. Kenwood TM2570A 2M mobile transceiver – $25
8. Diamond SX400 VHF/UHF SWR and power meter ($100) – $25
9. Kenwood TS60 6M mobile transceiver ($485) – $150
10. Kenwood TS50s & AT50 HF mobile transceiver and tuner ($500) – $250
11. Magnum 257 10M Mobile transceiver – $25
12. Uniden PC 122XL CB transceiver – $25
13. Swam 350 HF Transceiver with Power Supply 117XC and Turner crystal Mic – ($150) $75
14. Miscellaneous hardware
As you probably know, we have a sub-tropical or low grade tropical storm forming the SW Gulf and is headed in our general direction. All Amateur Radio Operators are encouraged to monitor the 147.03 Repeater for the duration of the Storm Watch.
There will be an ARES Net in that repeater at 8:00 pm Eastern tonight (Friday 10/18/19). Feel free to join in. FYI, schools in the Coastal Counties are open for business.
The Tallahassee Amateur Radio Society will sponsor an Amateur Radio Technician License Class on Saturday, November 2nd 2019. The class will run from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (with an Exam Session following the class). It be held at The Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross, 1115 Easterwood Drive in Tallahassee (near Tom Brown Park). This will be a one day class with a short break for lunch. Morse code is no longer required for an Amateur Radio License. There is no charge for the class.
A testing session for all license classes will follow the class. Please bring a photo id for the testing session. Before you take the license exam, you need to sign up for a FCC FRN Number. Information on how to do this is in the link below. Bring this FRN Number and Photo ID when you come to the Class..
What you need to bring and how prepare is located at: http://k4tlh.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Technician-License-Class-at-RedCross-November-2nd-2019.pdf