WB5DYG

For over 30 years WB5DYG (aka Ron) has enjoyed the wonders of radio. From the early beginnings in 1971 using radios filled with vacuum tubes to today's high tech microprocessor controlled pocket sized powerhouses, radio continues to be a never ending adventure.

The radio hobby is filled with things old and new to enjoy, a spectrum full of things to listen to, and friends around the world to talk with.

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Check out T-Hunting Fun in the Phoenix Valley!

www.azthunt.com

AZTHunt

Ham Radio Fun With a Cold War Discone!

On a fine fall day KE7MRO and WB5DYG visited the Titan Missile Museum south of Tucson, AZ and worked stations all over using a cold war era HF Discone antenna! Great fun was had along with a fantastic tour of the Titan II missile silo that has been preserved there for history.

MORE TITAN MISSILE INFO! CLICK HERE!

Check out WB5DYG's article "Discone DXpedition" in the February 2015 issue of QST on page 80!

Other WB5DYG Articles:
"The Teardrop QTH", July 2009 QST
Get Outta' Town, February 2007 Monitoring Times
WB5DYG MilliWatter
In addition to the 
AC7GZ/B beacon , WB5DYG/B is on the air on a coordinated 10 meter frequency of 28.2128 MHz running 10 mW (yes, TEN MILLIWATTS!) of power.

The milliwatter was recently heard in Tennessee and Alabama! 

The WB5DYG/R UHF repeater system covers a wide area of the Phoenix valley and is associated with the valley wide EOC/CERT system.

MORE REPEATER INFO HERE!

www.arrl.org

Learn even more about Amateur Radio, visit the American Radio Relay League

ARRL- The National Association for AMATEUR RADIO

 

Amateur Radio Station WB5DYG
Gilbert, AZ
Email: wb5dyg@arrl.net
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