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Amateur Radio Society
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I used Ham University to go from Novice to Extra in just over a year. It offers affordable constant practice for all levels of amateur exams. I am now a VE and I recommend this program to any one having trouble with the exams. Thanks for taking time to develop this series.
73, R.Paul Renninger (K3ECZ)
Our repeater (147.045) is up and running at full speed
and capacity. It has been moved from Lumber Bridge, NC to the New UNC-TV
31 Tower just north of Lumberton, NC. The tower is 1000 feet with the
repeater antenna located at 835 feet!! The new equipment went online May
7, 1997. It is linkable with The Piedmont-Coastal Repeater Network (PCRN)
for members of the group who have the prerequisite codes. We're very
interested in people's experiences in using our new repeater, both
coverage and accessibility. The antenna is pointed in a Southeastern
direction in hopes of hitting the Southeastern portions of North Carolina,
and parts of South Carolina. If you have any comments regarding this
repeater, please let us hear from you!!