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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: February 04, 2009, 03:52:06 PM »
8 bit boobs


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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: January 29, 2009, 09:13:27 PM »
They do look pretty young, man.  There is a slight chance they could be underage. 

yes, the boobs look young, the woman does not, note the neck area

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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: January 13, 2009, 09:25:48 AM »
MAn...I just had the funniest picture in my head as soon as I got to the word "season"

Seasons? What are those? I only know 'its fuckin hot' and 'now its fuckin cold'. :lol:

Seasons in Phoenix

hot and hell

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 11, 2009, 10:24:11 PM »
WRONG!!!!!!!!!

WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!

MY bad, i didn't even think to check the facts from the manufacturer

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Pirate shortwave.
« on: January 11, 2009, 04:56:44 PM »
Ostracism.

There is a Ham store in Burbank that only sells to licensed hams.
When reputation becomes more and more important, people won't want others knowing they key up with obscenities on a private repeater's channel that could interfere with emergency traffic. That would limit a persons options in the community.

Again, the FCC is not a starting point, it is in the way.

again, not taking the side of the FCC, but you can't ostracize someone who already has the equipment. Again I agree the FCC should not be used, but a licensed ham has volunteered to abide by the "laws" in order to get the license so he should be held accountable for his voluntary violation of said "laws" by the regulations he has volunteered to follow.

like the bible says, those that have the book are judged by the book those who don't are not.

my point is that 90% of the time hams are going after other hams trespassing on repeater systems, not people running pirate radio

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 11, 2009, 01:31:12 PM »
It's 20 Watt.  I am thinking more of avoiding interference from buildings and terrain.  It is mostly flat around here.  The ground doesn't vary more than about 100 feet in elevation over the area I trying to cover.  It mostly increases gradually as I go south.
It sounds like a 5/8 is a good choice.

5/8 is a good chioce, but what about setting up three poles in a triangular configuration, then run antenna wire between all three, that way your skip distance is shorter, also a good question is how are you grounding your antennas?

are you talking about a NVIS antenna?



heres a photo of a homebrew version of the military AS-2259 NVIS Antenna

http://home.centurytel.net/w9wis/nvisb.jpg

Exactly that, BUT, with some field changes we experimented with in Iraq.

I would like to know about these changes myself

127
General / Re: Christian Anarchy is the only sensible answer...
« on: January 11, 2009, 11:26:47 AM »
Just use force to make him stop believing - better yet send the jackboots to confiscate his bible

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 11, 2009, 11:20:56 AM »
It's 20 Watt.  I am thinking more of avoiding interference from buildings and terrain.  It is mostly flat around here.  The ground doesn't vary more than about 100 feet in elevation over the area I trying to cover.  It mostly increases gradually as I go south.
It sounds like a 5/8 is a good choice.

5/8 is a good chioce, but what about setting up three poles in a triangular configuration, then run antenna wire between all three, that way your skip distance is shorter, also a good question is how are you grounding your antennas?

are you talking about a NVIS antenna?



heres a photo of a homebrew version of the military AS-2259 NVIS Antenna

http://home.centurytel.net/w9wis/nvisb.jpg

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Step-by-step for the clueless (Part 15)
« on: January 11, 2009, 11:20:17 AM »
you must consider the size of antenna's at these freqs

1/2 dipole   = 283ft. 7 - 21/32in.
1/4 vertical = 141ft. 9 - 27/32in.


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Free Radio Forum / Re: Step-by-step for the clueless (Part 15)
« on: January 11, 2009, 10:21:18 AM »
note the title of the post "For the clueless"


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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 11, 2009, 12:28:16 AM »
Here is a construction article for a LPAM transmitter

http://www.northcountryradio.com/Articles/am88vert.htm

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 11, 2009, 12:22:32 AM »
while this post relates to a specific transmitter, the data is the same regardless when using a part 15 am transmitter

Quote
A center loaded 10 foot radiator may also be used. This involves splitting the radiator into two sections and adding an inductance to bring the radiator to resonance at the desired frequency. Approximately enough inductance is needed to resonate with the self capacitance of the top whip antenna. For 1600 kHz this will be on the order of 400 to 1000 microhenries, depending on whip length and diameter, as well as exact frequency. A good RF ground system is required, and antenna bandwidth of 10 kHz is typical. Radiation resistances of 0.1 to 0.3 ohms are typical, and the radiation efficiency of a system such as this will be a few percent at best, assuming ideal grounding, and 0.5 % for the typical home experimenter setup. However, experience at 1880 kHz with 160 meter Amateur mobile operation, using 10 watts AM and a center loaded 8 foot whip mounted on an automobile, shows that 2 way contacts at 50 to 100 km (30 to 60 miles) are possible and fairly common. Extrapolating this data based on theory, with 100 mw, (20 db below 10 Watts) therefore, ranges of 5 to 10 km. (3 to 6 miles) would seem possible without violating FCC rules. However, noise and interference will be the main limitation. Its all in the location and antenna system, and how well everything is tuned and matched.

http://www.northcountryradio.com/Articles/part15.htm

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Step-by-step for the clueless (Part 15)
« on: January 11, 2009, 12:09:26 AM »
Interesting posts, KDus.

Assuming I am, as stated in the top post, entirely (a) clueless and (b) short on time, what would you suggest?

Also, I have a location on a roof 2 stories high, just shy of 3,000 feet from main roads in NH's biggest city. It makes no sense for me to put up a transmitter and get 2,000 feet of coverage; it's be a kickass win to get 3,000 feet (and 3,500-4,000 is exponentially better)

So far I don't even see an order-of-magnitude guesstimate as to what I could expect with a given setup.

I guess the question for me is, are you in the center of town or on the outskirts?

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Pirate shortwave.
« on: January 10, 2009, 11:49:20 PM »
Actually i do see it as free market to a degree as those repeaters are private property. What is it Ian says, my property my rules? whats the recourse in a free market when rules for private property are not followed? Is not the FCC somewhat functioning as an arbitrator in the matter of who owns the repeater not the frequency? again, I see no use for the FCC in a perfect world. just stating a point.

Obviously you don't "abuse" the airwaves which is why no one cares.


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General / Re: Christian Anarchy is the only sensible answer...
« on: January 10, 2009, 03:39:12 PM »
my wife and I did laying in bed on our wedding night, impossible to forget!

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