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Offline kim-poy

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Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #60 on: November 16, 2011, 02:42:22 PM »
Hi guys. Buti nadiscover ko tong forum na to. I was really interested in getting an amateur license. Pero pwede ba ako muna bumili ng handheld bago ako kumuha ng license? Gusto ko kasi muna malaman kung magki-click tong "hobby" na to para sa akin.

And i was planning to get the Puxing PA-968/PX-D03. Any reviews from you guys kung ok tong unit na to?

TIA.

Kung bibili ka ng Radio yung sigurado na. Go with Icom, Yaesu or Kenwood. Para di sayang investement mo. Mas sigurado na tatgal of course depende sa pag gamit.

If you want to get license just PM me. Baka mag set kami ng seminar about Amateur Radio.

Cheers!!!

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« Reply #61 on: February 20, 2012, 11:56:50 AM »
PUPHAM RCG

Polytechnic University of the Philippines Help Assists and Mobilize Radio Communication Group

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #62 on: February 27, 2012, 03:37:50 PM »

Break 2-November Sierra?  Anybody on the by?

With the indulgence of the group...

I used to be on amateur radio back in 1992.  It was fun, liberating and worthwhile.  I learned how to forge friendship from people I barely knew - some of those I met are still my good friends until today.  I also became a better person because of this hobby.

But life and technology got in the way.

I would like to connect again in a way that I consider more "human" - hearing a voice at the other side and knowing that he or she and others on monitor are interested on what you have to say and are all ears is always a comforting thought.

Mucho tango.

2NS...on QRX.

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #63 on: April 08, 2012, 06:24:00 AM »
Kung bibili ka ng Radio yung sigurado na. Go with Icom, Yaesu or Kenwood. Para di sayang investement mo. Mas sigurado na tatgal of course depende sa pag gamit.

If you want to get license just PM me. Baka mag set kami ng seminar about Amateur Radio.

Cheers!!!

Kuya, I PMed you already.

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #64 on: November 14, 2012, 02:49:14 PM »
good afternoon po mga bosing...

bagohan po ako sa HAM Radio, ang boss ko po ay bumili ng KENWOOD TM-271a at gusto nya na matutu po ako na mag install ng base station sa agency po nya pra magamit namin sa kanyang security agency.. ito po yung nabili napo nya.
. KENWOOD TM-271a
. Diamond F23 Antenna
. 20 Amp. power supply ( steady volt brand)
. connectors p1259
.30 meters RG8 cable

so first time ko pong mag install nga ganito.
tanong ko po ay ganito

1. ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
2. oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
3. ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?


Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #65 on: December 08, 2012, 11:21:07 AM »
good afternoon po mga bosing...

bagohan po ako sa HAM Radio, ang boss ko po ay bumili ng KENWOOD TM-271a at gusto nya na matutu po ako na mag install ng base station sa agency po nya pra magamit namin sa kanyang security agency.. ito po yung nabili napo nya.
. KENWOOD TM-271a
. Diamond F23 Antenna
. 20 Amp. power supply ( steady volt brand)
. connectors p1259
.30 meters RG8 cable

so first time ko pong mag install nga ganito.
tanong ko po ay ganito

1. ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
2. oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
3. ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?

I Will try to response based on my SUBJECTIVE experience lang...since this is my long time hobby already.

1.0 ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
      If base station, height is might.  The higher the better. 
      If the antenna is not being blocked by any firewall or neighboring tall buildings...base to base malayo din. 
      Let say a typical 2 floor residencial appartment and a 30ft antenna mass...Tondo Manila as reference,
      you can reach as far sa Pampanga to the North and Batangas to the South.  If the receiving station have
      a good and a high set-up maybe more farther.

      But for base to portable...is another story and depende na rin sa point of communication nyo.  Sometimes
      even very near kung may dead spot and splattrer, hindi na rin kayo magkadinigan.

2.0 oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
      Should be ok kung original ung nabili mo.  Always measure your SWR.
      Pag original laging nakatono na yan.  But still for safety you need to double check your SWR reading.
      If you got a high SWR reading, check your connection specially your grounding.

3.0 ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?
      For a typical antenna set-up the good grounding is just the mass..o ung tubo.
      but if you have the luxury of a really good grounding ung pwede kang magbaon ng ground sa lupa would be the best.

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #66 on: July 22, 2014, 08:33:46 PM »
PUPHAM RCG

Polytechnic University of the Philippines Help Assists and Mobilize Radio Communication Group

Iba pa ba ito sa DX1 PUP? anyway kun kayo din ito 73 and 88 to you guys.. :)

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« Reply #67 on: August 31, 2014, 06:28:33 PM »
I was told that ENGLISH is the international language for Amateur Radio. I've posted for some help elsewhere on the forum about getting into AR but I'm worried as I don't speak local language. Many posts here, which might benefit a beginner, I cannot read.

Will I have a problem in the Philippines with language?

Thanks, hope someone can read this and reply!

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« Reply #68 on: August 31, 2014, 07:22:35 PM »
I'd say 98% of Filipinos speak English, altho most are shy.  And 1% on top of the 98% of Filipinos understand English even if they can't speak it.

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Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #69 on: September 03, 2014, 05:06:19 PM »
KENL, hi, try this link:http://para.org.ph/

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #70 on: June 06, 2015, 03:34:01 PM »
Sino taga pasig jan,,, pajoin naman sa gruop nyo,,,

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #71 on: December 04, 2015, 02:39:22 PM »
CQ CQ CQ.. de DW1YQP of DX1ACE.

Mabuhay and 73 to all!

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Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #72 on: December 04, 2015, 05:35:53 PM »
73s
KC5LSZ

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #73 on: May 27, 2016, 11:03:22 AM »


DX7CBU

Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #74 on: December 22, 2016, 11:09:22 AM »
Hi I got my NTC  Technician License and slow building up my rig for VHF and HF operations. Can  anyone recommend a club I can join ?  PARA says I have to affiliated with a club before I can be a part of PARA .

Appreciate any leads 
73s all around

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« Reply #75 on: December 22, 2016, 12:22:03 PM »
Where are you located?  There might be a local club near you.

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Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #76 on: January 05, 2017, 06:13:17 PM »
during typhoons and other calamities ang ham radio lang ang reliable. ang mga cellsite ng mga cellphone nad da down kung  masira yung tower at na uubos ang back up battery. halos mga ham radio ay 12VDC at kayang suplayan ng mga battery ng sasakyan at ng solar. madali din e setup ang ham radio

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« Reply #77 on: January 05, 2017, 06:50:59 PM »
Yes, we have a topic here by Bravokilko (BK) which discusses emergencies like Tacloban.

Click this:
http://www.elab.ph/forum/index.php?topic=42557.msg795976#msg795976

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Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #78 on: January 10, 2017, 01:14:22 PM »
Super, e ready mo yung VHF mo. I will make the antenna for you, gratis et amore.  Yagi I mena. 3 or 5 element. Ako bahala. Mayroon ako new materials na ang element covered with durable insulator. Look around the cables used by cable companies. May solid sa centro, then alum na jaket about1/2 inch, then had plastic. Weatherproof. Eto and gamitin kong elements. Pati boom pweydi rins...gamma match.

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Re: Amateur Radio Groups
« Reply #79 on: January 30, 2017, 09:55:55 AM »
Super, e ready mo yung VHF mo. I will make the antenna for you, gratis et amore.  Yagi I mena. 3 or 5 element. Ako bahala. Mayroon ako new materials na ang element covered with durable insulator. Look around the cables used by cable companies. May solid sa centro, then alum na jaket about1/2 inch, then had plastic. Weatherproof. Eto and gamitin kong elements. Pati boom pweydi rins...gamma match.

tita BK

mga magka-ano kaya lahat gagastusin pagtayo ng antenna, mayroon na po ako transceiver cignus uv-85

tsaka pa-guide po kung ano magandang gawin pagmalagay ng base sa bahay, at mga tips sa pagmaintain..

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