Technician License

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BlueFJ
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Re: Technician License

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Post by BlueFJ » Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:17 pm

Cool, I do have three antennas on the FJ... if the stock am/fm antenna counts as one! :geek: :geek: :geek:
-Craig
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Re: Technician License

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Post by cruiserlarry » Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:13 pm

If three antennae makes one a radio geek, I'm off the communication nerd chart....
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear really bright, until they start talking

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Re: Technician License

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Post by DaveK » Fri Feb 06, 2009 8:05 pm

cruiserlarry wrote:If three antennae makes one a radio geek, I'm off the communication nerd chart....
We called you last night. It seems you disappeared into the night mist without a trace.
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Re: Technician License

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Post by cruiserlarry » Fri Feb 06, 2009 8:06 pm

DaveK wrote:
cruiserlarry wrote:If three antennae makes one a radio geek, I'm off the communication nerd chart....
We called you last night. It seems you disappeared into the night mist without a trace.
Actually, it was the Sepulveda Pass that I disappeared into - and while I usually get some reception through the San Fernando Valley, last night it was nil....sorry.
I was really looking forward to participating in the GPS net, too... :(
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Re: Technician License

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Post by Frogeye » Fri Feb 06, 2009 8:34 pm

BlueFJ wrote:Woohooooo!!! I passed the Technician test... 35 out of 35!! BOOYAH!! :geek: :mrgreen:
:geek:

Congrats
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Re: Technician License

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Post by DaveK » Fri Feb 06, 2009 10:34 pm

cruiserlarry wrote:
DaveK wrote:
cruiserlarry wrote:If three antennae makes one a radio geek, I'm off the communication nerd chart....
We called you last night. It seems you disappeared into the night mist without a trace.
Actually, it was the Sepulveda Pass that I disappeared into - and while I usually get some reception through the San Fernando Valley, last night it was nil....sorry.
I was really looking forward to participating in the GPS net, too... :(

I did my best to describe your GPS. Next time, we'll plan ahead better to get your input.
DaveK
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ralphie
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Re: Technician License

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Post by ralphie » Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:33 pm

I passed my tech test today with a 100%, WHOOO!!! I will be on the air in a few days, THAT WAS EASY!! now i can use my radio when I do the Parashant/grand canyon trip in APR.
JUST GO ADVENTUERING!!!
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Re: Technician License

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Post by sdnative » Sat Feb 07, 2009 3:14 pm

ralphie wrote:I passed my tech test today with a 100%, WHOOO!!! I will be on the air in a few days, THAT WAS EASY!! now i can use my radio when I do the Parashant/grand canyon trip in APR.
About time :roll:


:D Congrats!

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Re: Technician License

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Post by BlueFJ » Sat Feb 07, 2009 7:12 pm

Alright! Way to go, Ralphie!!! Piece of cake, huh?
-Craig
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Midland 75-822 CB, Yaesu FT-8800R, Lowrance XOG, K&N Air Filter, Baja Rack & Ladder, BFG 285/70R17 AT KO


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Re: Technician License

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Post by cruiserlarry » Sat Feb 07, 2009 9:59 pm

ralphie wrote:I passed my tech test today with a 100%, WHOOO!!! I will be on the air in a few days, THAT WAS EASY!! now i can use my radio when I do the Parashant/grand canyon trip in APR.

Congratulations, Ralphie !!! :D
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