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AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing

Mike KK6OKU
 



Michael Wagner KK6OKU 
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@... 
865-742-9200






Begin forwarded message:

From: Elle Marler <auxcommbriefings@...>
Date: January 13, 2023 at 4:14:27 PM EST
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing


Good afternoon everyone,

This is a winter weather update from NWS Morristown. Please forward to anyone who would benefit from this information.

If you have updates to your contact information or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please send an email to AuxcommBriefings@...

Thank you,

Laura


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Greetings,
Snowfall will continue late today and tonight and will be very elevation-dependent with many places seeing little to no accumulation. Across the highest elevations of the Tennessee mountains, snowfall accumulations in excess of 1 foot are expected. With these extreme snowfall accumulations, there could be power outages. 
...
Current Watches, Warnings, or Advisories:
What has changed:  Updated the higher snowfall areas of the Cumberland Plateau and southeast Tennessee and southwest North Carolina with Winter Weather Advisories.

Primary Hazards
  • Hazard:  Heavy Snowfall Accumulations
    • What2 to 6 inches of snow over the foothills and 12 to 20 inches across the highest terrain and potential power outages in the highest elevations
    • WhereTennessee mountains and foothills from Monroe County to Johnson County
    • When: through early Saturday morning
  • Hazard: Lighter Snowfall Accumulations
    • WhatWidely varied snowfall totals from 2 inches up to 6 inches in the higher elevations.
    • Where: Southwest Virginia counties and Cumberland Plateau counties
    • When: through early Saturday morning.
The attached slides/graphics provide additional information.

Useful Links

Next update:  None planned unless there are any changes.

NOAA/National Weather Service
Morristown, Tennessee Weather Forecast Office
Info Online: Facebook | Twitter Webpage


FW: AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing For Tonight through Friday Night

Mike KK6OKU
 

MRX Update…

 

73

Michael Wagner KK6OKU 🦄

Monroe County ARES EC

KK6OKU@...

 

From: Elle Marler
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2023 5:25 PM
Subject: AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing For Tonight through Friday Night

 

Good afternoon everyone,

 

This is a winter weather update from NWS Morristown. Please forward to anyone who would benefit from this information.

 

If you have updates to your contact information or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please send an email to AuxcommBriefings@...

 

Thank you,

 

Laura

 

 

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Greetings,

 

As cold air funnels into the area, lingering rain showers will transition to snow late tonight into Friday morning. This snowfall will be very elevation-dependent with many places seeing little to no accumulation. Across the highest elevations of the Tennessee mountains, snowfall accumulations in excess of 1 foot are expected. With these extreme snowfall accumulations, this raises concern for power outages in these select areas. 

 

 

Current Watches, Warnings, or Advisories:

What has changed: Forecast snowfall totals have increased across all of the higher elevations, and concern has increased for potential power outages within the warning area.

 

Primary Hazards

  • Hazard: Heavy Snowfall Accumulations
    • What: 2 to 6 inches of snow over the foothills and 12 to 20 inches across the highest terrain and potential power outages in the highest elevations
    • Where: Tennessee mountains and foothills from Monroe County to Johnson County
    • When: Late this evening through Saturday morning
  • Hazard: Lighter Snowfall Accumulations
    • What: Widely varied snowfall totals from 2 inches up to 6 inches in the higher elevations
    • Where: Northwest Carter County in Tennessee and Lee, Wise, Russell, and Washington Counties in Virginia
    • When: Early Friday morning through Saturday morning

The attached slides/graphics provide additional information.

 

Useful Links

 

Next update: None planned, unless conditions warrant

 

NOAA/National Weather Service
Morristown, Tennessee Weather Forecast Office

Info Online: Facebook | Twitter | Webpage

 


AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Thursday through Friday Night

Mike KK6OKU
 

Severe weather update….

Michael Wagner KK6OKU 
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@... 
865-742-9200






Begin forwarded message:

From: Elle Marler <auxcommbriefings@...>
Date: January 12, 2023 at 8:41:32 AM EST
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Thursday through Friday Night


Good morning everyone,

This is a severe weather and snow update from NWS Morristown. Please forward to anyone who would benefit from this information.

If you have updates to your contact information or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please send an email to AuxcommBriefings@...

Thank you,

Laura


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Greetings, A one-two punch of strong thunderstorms followed by snow is expected today and tomorrow. The line of severe storms is expected to move through today with strong winds as the main threat. Overnight and on Friday accumulating snow is expected. This snowfall will be very elevation dependent... The higher your elevation the better chances to see accumulating snowfall, with the best chances at 2,500 feet and higher.
...

Current Watches, Warnings, or Advisories:

What has changed: Confidence is increasing on heavy snowfall accumulations in the Appalachian Mountains, mainly above 2,500 feet. Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect.

Primary Hazards
  • Hazard: Line of Strong to Severe Thunderstorms
    • What: Strong to severe storms capable of wind gusts up to 60 mph, hail and brief, spin up tornadoes.
    • Where: Highest risk across southeast Tennessee and southwest North Carolina
    • When: Late Thursday morning through the afternoon 

  • Hazard: Accumulating Snowfall
    • What: Lingering rain showers changing to snow showers
    • Where: Mainly in the higher elevations of East Tennessee and southwest Virginia, generally at or above 2500 feet elevation. At the very tops of the mountains 1+ foot of snow is possible.
    • When: Friday morning through Friday night

The attached slides/graphics provide additional information.

Useful Links

Next update: By 4pm EDT Today

NOAA/National Weather Service
Morristown, Tennessee Weather Forecast Office
Info Online: Facebook | Twitter Webpage


Event: Monthly Meeting - Wednesday, January 18, 2023 #cal-reminder

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AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Thursday through Friday Night

Mike KK6OKU
 



Michael Wagner KK6OKU 
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@... 
865-742-9200






Begin forwarded message:

From: Elle Marler <auxcommbriefings@...>
Date: January 11, 2023 at 5:11:42 PM EST
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Thursday through Friday Night


Good afternoon everyone,

These are today's weather updates from NWS Morristown. Please forward to anyone who would benefit from this information.

If you have updates to your contact information or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please send an email to AuxcommBriefings@...

Thank you,

Laura


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Good afternoon,

A system will affect the area on Thursday with gusty winds and the potential for a line of strong to severe thunderstorms (main risk is severe wind gusts). After the associated cold front passes through the area Thursday night, a transition to light snow showers is expected with significant snow accumulations possible across the higher elevations of the mountains, generally at or above 2500 feet elevation. Lower elevation valley locations are expected to see little to no snow accumulation.

Current Watches, Warnings, or Advisories:
What has changed: Confidence has increased in the potential for embedded severe thunderstorms within a line of rain and storms on Thursday. Confidence has also increased in significant snow accumulations across the higher elevations of the mountains on Friday and Friday night.

Primary Hazards
  • Hazard: Line of Strong to Severe Thunderstorms
    • What: Strong to severe storms capable of wind gusts up to 60 mph and brief, spin up tornadoes.
    • Where: Highest risk across southeast Tennessee and southwest North Carolina
    • When: Late Thursday morning through the afternoon 
  • Hazard: Accumulating Snowfall
    • What: Lingering rain showers changing to snow showers
    • Where: Mainly in the higher elevations of East Tennessee and southwest Virginia, generally at or above 2500 feet elevation.
    • When: Friday morning through Friday night

The attached graphics provide additional information.
Severe_Thursday.png
StormTotalSnowWeb1.jpg
ProbSnowGE01.jpg


Useful Links

Next update: By 5 AM EST Thursday

NOAA/National Weather Service
Morristown, Tennessee Weather Forecast Office
Info Online: Facebook | Twitter Webpage


Event: TLARC Weekly Net and Follow-on Zoom Chat - ***SEE UPDATED ZOOM LINK BELOW*** - Wednesday, January 11, 2023 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: TLARC Weekly Net and Follow-on Zoom Chat - ***SEE UPDATED ZOOM LINK BELOW***

When:
Wednesday, January 11, 2023
7:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-05:00) America/New York

Where:
WB4BSC Repeater in Tellico Village (442.100 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL 100.0 Hz)

Organizer: Bob Antion WL7RV wl7rv.1@...

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Description:

Visit www.TLARC.org for the NCS and LOGGER assignments for this event.

Please join us on TLARC's WB4BSC repeater in Tellico Village (442.100 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL100.0 Hz) this Wednesday night at 7:00 pm EST for some on-air fun and fellowship with other Club members, while gaining valuable Net operations experience.  The backup, if needed, is the KF4DKW repeater in Lenoir City (444.250 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL 127.3 Hz).

The Zoom discussion will follow conclusion of the Net.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78836336488?pwd=zIwteBBPW3KiLDF2VdCOZknAnBM_2l.1

 

Meeting ID: 788 3633 6488

Passcode: Lr8MNG

 

The Net convenes the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Wednesdays of each month and on 5th Wednesdays as they occur.  If you wish to serve as the Net Control Station or Logger, please contact George Heron N2APB for a script and schedule -- no prior experience is required!  We want this to be a fun and educational activity, and we stand ready to help any new folks on the schedule.

We look forward to hearing and seeing all of you this Wednesday.  Until then, stay safe and well!!!

73,
Bob Antion WL7RV
TLARC Secretary


AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Thursday through Friday Night

Mike KK6OKU
 



Michael Wagner KK6OKU 
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@... 
865-742-9200






Begin forwarded message:

From: Elle Marler <auxcommbriefings@...>
Date: January 10, 2023 at 2:32:31 PM EST
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: AUXCOMM OF TN: NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Thursday through Friday Night


Good afternoon everyone,

Today's weather update from NWS Morristown. Please forward to anyone who would benefit from this information.

If you have updates to your contact information or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please send an email to AuxcommBriefings@...

Thank you,

Laura


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image.png
Greetings,

A system will affect the area late in the week and into the weekend, initially with showers and a few thunderstorms on Thursday, some possibly strong to severe. After the associated cold front passes through the area Thursday night, a transition to light snow showers is expected. Currently, forecast snowfall accumulations are limited to mainly the higher elevations of East Tennessee and southwest Virginia. 


Current Watches, Warnings, or Advisories:
  • None

What has changed: Confidence has increased in the potential for isolated strong to severe storms, followed by snow accumulations in the higher elevations.

Primary Hazards
  • Hazard: Isolated Strong to Severe Storms
    • What: Strong to severe storms capable of wind gusts up to 60 mph
    • Where: Mainly in southeast Tennessee and southwest North Carolina
    • When: Late Thursday morning through the afternoon 
  • Hazard: Accumulating Snowfall
    • What: Lingering rain showers changing to snow showers
    • Where: Mainly in the higher elevations of East Tennessee and southwest Virginia.
    • When: Friday morning through Friday night

The attached graphics provide additional information.

01_10_Graphic.png
Prob_Snow_1_in.png

Useful Links

Next update: By 4 PM EST Wednesday

NOAA/National Weather Service
Morristown, Tennessee Weather Forecast Office
Info Online: Facebook | Twitter Webpage


Re: Top of the World and 146.625 repeater status

michael J. foley
 

Thanks for the update. I know that, in the past, many have used the 146.625 WB4GBI  repeater, as it has a VERY large footprint and has coverage into the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and everyone is looking forward to its return to service.

Hats off to Tim, WB4GBI, and all others who are involved with its restoration to service.

Mike, K4MJF 

On Mon, Jan 9, 2023, 4:26 PM David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:

As most of you are aware, the Top of the World repeater site in Tallassee suffered a major blow last spring when the WB4GBI tower collapsed in high winds during the Wears Valley wildfires. Restoration efforts began within hours of the event and have been ongoing since. Significant events have recently been completed, and we’d like to update you on where things stand.

 

The decision was made early on to replace the former guyed tower with a self-supporting unit. The replacement tower is in now place. The next phase of installing all the feedlines and antennas has begun. This step is complicated as our tower crews have day jobs, and we also need fair skies with little to no wind. We are slowly making progress.

 

The equipment building is also getting a facelift. Except for the EMS radio systems, all other radios have been temporarily removed from the site. This weekend we took the 625 repeater off the air as part of this phase. When the tower infrastructure is in place, the replacement 625 machine will go live. We’ll send another update when this event happens.

 

It is our hope to have most of the restoration efforts completed by late spring. This project wouldn’t happen without the generous financial support of the local amateur radio operators and clubs. Many thanks and stay tuned.

 

73,

 

David Andrews, N1ESK, East Tennessee Repeater Association

 

In support of Tim Berry, WB4GBI


Top of the World and 146.625 repeater status

David Andrews
 

As most of you are aware, the Top of the World repeater site in Tallassee suffered a major blow last spring when the WB4GBI tower collapsed in high winds during the Wears Valley wildfires. Restoration efforts began within hours of the event and have been ongoing since. Significant events have recently been completed, and we’d like to update you on where things stand.

 

The decision was made early on to replace the former guyed tower with a self-supporting unit. The replacement tower is in now place. The next phase of installing all the feedlines and antennas has begun. This step is complicated as our tower crews have day jobs, and we also need fair skies with little to no wind. We are slowly making progress.

 

The equipment building is also getting a facelift. Except for the EMS radio systems, all other radios have been temporarily removed from the site. This weekend we took the 625 repeater off the air as part of this phase. When the tower infrastructure is in place, the replacement 625 machine will go live. We’ll send another update when this event happens.

 

It is our hope to have most of the restoration efforts completed by late spring. This project wouldn’t happen without the generous financial support of the local amateur radio operators and clubs. Many thanks and stay tuned.

 

73,

 

David Andrews, N1ESK, East Tennessee Repeater Association

 

In support of Tim Berry, WB4GBI


New Release of WSJT-X

Bob Loving
 

Please note, there is a new General Availability version of WSJT-X, version 2.6.0. You can download 2.6.0 at:


Windows, MacOS and Linux are supported.

Note also that the content previously at the princeton.edu website is now available at SourceForge.

73,
Bob Loving K9JU
Maryville, TN


Hamfest Jackson, MS 2023

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 


Event: TLARC Weekly Net and Follow-on Zoom Chat - ***SEE UPDATED ZOOM LINK BELOW*** - Wednesday, January 11, 2023 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: TLARC Weekly Net and Follow-on Zoom Chat - ***SEE UPDATED ZOOM LINK BELOW***

When:
Wednesday, January 11, 2023
7:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-05:00) America/New York

Where:
WB4BSC Repeater in Tellico Village (442.100 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL 100.0 Hz)

Organizer: Bob Antion WL7RV wl7rv.1@...

View Event

Description:

Visit www.TLARC.org for the NCS and LOGGER assignments for this event.

Please join us on TLARC's WB4BSC repeater in Tellico Village (442.100 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL100.0 Hz) this Wednesday night at 7:00 pm EST for some on-air fun and fellowship with other Club members, while gaining valuable Net operations experience.  The backup, if needed, is the KF4DKW repeater in Lenoir City (444.250 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL 127.3 Hz).

The Zoom discussion will follow conclusion of the Net.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78836336488?pwd=zIwteBBPW3KiLDF2VdCOZknAnBM_2l.1

 

Meeting ID: 788 3633 6488

Passcode: Lr8MNG

 

The Net convenes the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Wednesdays of each month and on 5th Wednesdays as they occur.  If you wish to serve as the Net Control Station or Logger, please contact George Heron N2APB for a script and schedule -- no prior experience is required!  We want this to be a fun and educational activity, and we stand ready to help any new folks on the schedule.

We look forward to hearing and seeing all of you this Wednesday.  Until then, stay safe and well!!!

73,
Bob Antion WL7RV
TLARC Secretary


Skywarn registraining

Mike KK6OKU
 

Short cut to registration for Skywarn training. Monroe is about in the middle.
Feb 23….6-8pm
Tri community fire house , address is correct on the websites 1530 Oak Grove Rd Madisonville 


Re: Mag mount?

Tim Montgomery
 

Yes

Tim Montgomery
N4TLM
865-256-8827

On Thu, Jan 5, 2023 at 16:36, George N2APB
<n2apb@...> wrote:
Hi Tim,

Thanks for the offer. Is it a tri-magnet type?

George

On Jan 2, 2023, at 6:07 PM, Tim Montgomery via groups.io <n4tlm@...> wrote:

I have one you can borrow if you want.

Tim Montgomery
N4TLM
865-256-8827

On Mon, Jan 2, 2023 at 16:02, George N2APB
<n2apb@...> wrote:
Does anyone have a spare/unused mag mount for a standard 3/8”x24 threads screw-in antenna, as like for a hamstick?  Preferably a triple magnet type for greater stability on my truck’s aluminum roof. (Will only be using it while stationary in field ops.)

Thanks!

73, George N2APB







Re: Mag mount?

George N2APB
 

Hi Tim,

Thanks for the offer. Is it a tri-magnet type?

George

On Jan 2, 2023, at 6:07 PM, Tim Montgomery via groups.io <n4tlm@...> wrote:

I have one you can borrow if you want.

Tim Montgomery
N4TLM
865-256-8827

On Mon, Jan 2, 2023 at 16:02, George N2APB
<n2apb@...> wrote:
Does anyone have a spare/unused mag mount for a standard 3/8”x24 threads screw-in antenna, as like for a hamstick?  Preferably a triple magnet type for greater stability on my truck’s aluminum roof. (Will only be using it while stationary in field ops.)

Thanks!

73, George N2APB







Re: [SMARC] SKYWARN Class Schedule

 

Here's a live link to the Skywarn Training Class....    https://www.weather.gov/mrx/skywarn_classes


On Wed, Jan 4, 2023, 1:47 PM Mike KK6OKU via groups.io <kk6oku=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, training is confirmed, pre registration is necessary and may be done on the Morristown NWS training site.
Seating is limited,  so please sign up as soon as possible.
Any questions? Please e mail me at the address below.

73 all

Michael Wagner KK6OKU
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@...
865-742-9200











--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club 
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


SKYWARN Class Schedule

Mike KK6OKU
 

Hi all, training is confirmed, pre registration is necessary and may be done on the Morristown NWS training site.
Seating is limited, so please sign up as soon as possible.
Any questions? Please e mail me at the address below.

73 all

Michael Wagner KK6OKU
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@...
865-742-9200


Event: TLARC Weekly Net and Follow-on Zoom Chat - ***SEE UPDATED ZOOM LINK BELOW*** - Wednesday, January 4, 2023 #cal-reminder

Group Notification <noreply@...>
 

Reminder: TLARC Weekly Net and Follow-on Zoom Chat - ***SEE UPDATED ZOOM LINK BELOW***

When:
Wednesday, January 4, 2023
7:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-05:00) America/New York

Where:
WB4BSC Repeater in Tellico Village (442.100 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL 100.0 Hz)

Organizer: Bob Antion WL7RV wl7rv.1@...

View Event

Description:

Visit www.TLARC.org for the NCS and LOGGER assignments for this event.

Please join us on TLARC's WB4BSC repeater in Tellico Village (442.100 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL100.0 Hz) this Wednesday night at 7:00 pm EST for some on-air fun and fellowship with other Club members, while gaining valuable Net operations experience.  The backup, if needed, is the KF4DKW repeater in Lenoir City (444.250 MHz, +5 MHz shift, PL 127.3 Hz).

The Zoom discussion will follow conclusion of the Net.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78836336488?pwd=zIwteBBPW3KiLDF2VdCOZknAnBM_2l.1

 

Meeting ID: 788 3633 6488

Passcode: Lr8MNG

 

The Net convenes the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Wednesdays of each month and on 5th Wednesdays as they occur.  If you wish to serve as the Net Control Station or Logger, please contact George Heron N2APB for a script and schedule -- no prior experience is required!  We want this to be a fun and educational activity, and we stand ready to help any new folks on the schedule.

We look forward to hearing and seeing all of you this Wednesday.  Until then, stay safe and well!!!

73,
Bob Antion WL7RV
TLARC Secretary


AUXCOMM OF TN: *Updated* NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Tonight/Wednesday

Mike KK6OKU
 

NWS Updates…

Michael Wagner KK6OKU 
Monroe County ARES EC
ec@... 
865-742-9200






Begin forwarded message:

From: Elle Marler <auxcommbriefings@...>
Date: January 3, 2023 at 11:24:40 PM EST
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: AUXCOMM OF TN: *Updated* NWS Morristown Impact Weather Briefing for Tonight/Wednesday


Good evening everyone,

Tonight's last update from NWS Morristown. Please forward to anyone who would benefit from this information.

If you have updates to your contact information or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please send an email to AuxcommBriefings@...

Thank you,

Laura


This work is Creative Commons - Copyleft:
Attribution – you must attribute the work in the manner specified by the authors, but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work.
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image.png
Greetings,
This email update takes the place of the previously scheduled 5 AM briefing that was due Wednesday morning. This is due to the second round of storms moving in earlier than stated in this afternoon's briefing. 

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has trimmed back the slight risk area from early today now that the first wave of storms is finished. The new slight risk area is across the extreme southern TN Valley and into southwest NC, which is the greatest area of concern with the second wave of storms. See the graphic below for additional information. 


Current Watches, Warnings, or Advisories:
  • Wind Advisory has been extended for portions of the Southern Appalachian Mountains
What has changed: Second round of showers and storms will move in earlier than anticipated. Existing Wind Advisory has been extended across portions of the east TN mountains until 1 PM EST Wednesday afternoon. 


The attached slides/graphics provide additional information.
EveningUpdate.png
WindAdvisory.png

Useful Links

Next update: None unless conditions warrant.

NOAA/National Weather Service
Morristown, Tennessee Weather Forecast Office
Info Online: Facebook | Twitter Webpage


Re: Scent Candles for Radio Amateurs

George Sifnotis
 

modal

On Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at 01:06:22 PM CST, KB4TV-John Kiley <johnkiley59@...> wrote:


DID THEY HAVE THIS IN THE 70'S? I MAY HAVE THE PATENT ON THAT !! LOL


On Tue, Jan 3, 2023 at 1:38 PM Lou Devillon <ldevillon@...> wrote:
Fried Electrolytic Cap also available.

73,

Lou K4ZRP

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