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K7KTR - Keith Rodgers


K7KTR
Keith Rodgers
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K7KTR Ham Since 1977
United States

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Other Callsigns
WB7WBJ

My Ham Radio Interests
The Plains Repeater: 147.140
Installed in 1989 at 6,837 Feet. Covering MOST of Western Montana. 90 Watts Out, SRC 229 Antenna. Mastr II Equipment. Scom 7330 Controller, Uniden UHF Repeater Link- 8 watts Cut Bank Link from Plains Repeater: 146.700- PL 103.5,
My UHF Steerable Remote Base. http://k7ktr.com/gm300.html

Uplink from Echolink: Node 44014 from Home in Dixon, MT.

Plans to install Auto-Patch using MagicJack.

Equipment
MOBILE:
Kenwood TS 440s Mobile.
Kenwood TM-721 Dual Band.
Yaesu 8900 QuadBand.
Motorola GM300 8 Channels.
Icom W32A APRS K7KTR-15.
Too many Antennas to List. :)
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Base:
Kenwood TS 140s. G5RV@45 Feet MFH 945E SWR Bridge.
IC 2100H Base VHF. Cushcraft 15Elem Beam, 120Watt Amp.
IC 2100H Kantronic KPC-3 ver 8.2 APRS K7KTR K7KTR-1. J-pole
Yaesu 712H UHF. 125watt Amp. 6 Elem Decibel Beam.
Kenwood 762HG VHF
Yaesu 1500M
2-Yeasu VX-170 VHF Portable.
2- IC V8.
HT-1000 VHF.
50Amp Power Supply.
30Amp Supply.
Rotor for Beam.
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Reserve: 2 Mastr II Repeaters
Reserve: 12 Mastr II mobiles, 4 UHF. M Series and E Series.
Many Other Motorola Radios: Syntor X 9000, 3 GE Phoenix, 3 Mastr II Exec's.
Reserve: 2 Motorola Repeaters.

Other Interests
My Dog Milo and Blackratt.

Clubs
I don't believe in Clubs.
Too many "Clique's"

If I need something done on my Repeater System, I just go do it.

A Club.. Would wait, bring it up in New Minutes, Then Someone would have to be PAID (No Volunteers today) to go fix what ever was needed. I have seen this Hobby destroy it's-self in 33 years. This is FAR DIFFERENT then the Hobby I knew as a young kid.

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Callsign K7KTR
Name Keith Rodgers
Country United States
License Class General
Been a Ham Since 1977
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Joined 08/31/2010
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Other/Previous Callsigns
WB7WBJ

My Ham Radio Interests
The Plains Repeater: 147.140
Installed in 1989 at 6,837 Feet. Covering MOST of Western Montana. 90 Watts Out, SRC 229 Antenna. Mastr II Equipment. Scom 7330 Controller, Uniden UHF Repeater Link- 8 watts Cut Bank Link from Plains Repeater: 146.700- PL 103.5,
My UHF Steerable Remote Base. http://k7ktr.com/gm300.html

Uplink from Echolink: Node 44014 from Home in Dixon, MT.

Plans to install Auto-Patch using MagicJack.

My Equipment
MOBILE:
Kenwood TS 440s Mobile.
Kenwood TM-721 Dual Band.
Yaesu 8900 QuadBand.
Motorola GM300 8 Channels.
Icom W32A APRS K7KTR-15.
Too many Antennas to List. :)
--------------------------------------------------
Base:
Kenwood TS 140s. G5RV@45 Feet MFH 945E SWR Bridge.
IC 2100H Base VHF. Cushcraft 15Elem Beam, 120Watt Amp.
IC 2100H Kantronic KPC-3 ver 8.2 APRS K7KTR K7KTR-1. J-pole
Yaesu 712H UHF. 125watt Amp. 6 Elem Decibel Beam.
Kenwood 762HG VHF
Yaesu 1500M
2-Yeasu VX-170 VHF Portable.
2- IC V8.
HT-1000 VHF.
50Amp Power Supply.
30Amp Supply.
Rotor for Beam.
-------------------------------------------------
Reserve: 2 Mastr II Repeaters
Reserve: 12 Mastr II mobiles, 4 UHF. M Series and E Series.
Many Other Motorola Radios: Syntor X 9000, 3 GE Phoenix, 3 Mastr II Exec's.
Reserve: 2 Motorola Repeaters.

Other Interests
My Dog Milo and Blackratt.

My Radio Clubs
I don't believe in Clubs.
Too many "Clique's"

If I need something done on my Repeater System, I just go do it.

A Club.. Would wait, bring it up in New Minutes, Then Someone would have to be PAID (No Volunteers today) to go fix what ever was needed. I have seen this Hobby destroy it's-self in 33 years. This is FAR DIFFERENT then the Hobby I knew as a young kid.

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