The Rogue Valley Amateur Radio Club normally meets the first Thursday of each month (except July and August) from 7:00 to 9:00p at the Medford Police Department Community Room, 219 S. Ivy St., Medford.
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3 comments to Sell/swap

  • Joseph Suste KI7LDI

    Wanted: Tektronix plug-ins PG506 Calibration Generator and TG 501 pulse generator. KI7LDI cell phone 541 840 5173

  • Dakota Otto KR7DAK

    I have a used Kenwood TS-530S that I bought and never could get it to work in receive mode. Perhaps there is a Kenwood guru out there who would love to work on this. The TS-530S is designed for SSB and CW modes in the 160 through 10 meter ham bands, and additionally includes the 30, 17 and 12 meter WARC bands. Power input is 220W PEP SSB and 180W DC CW. The finals are a pair of 6146B tubes. Refinements include: RIT, XIT, IF Shift, RF Attenuator, VOX, variable Noise Blanker and Wide-Narrow selectivity switch. Contact Dakota 541-292-8021

  • Joseph Suste KI7LDI

    Does anybody have an EPROM programmer that will write to an Intel D27011?

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