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Ham is pork that has been preserved through salting, smoking, or wet curing. It was traditionally made only from the hind leg of swine, and referred to that specific cut of pork. Ham is made around the world, including a number of highly coveted regional specialties, such as Westphalian ham and Jamón serrano. Technically a processed meat, "ham" may refer to a product which has been through mechanical re-forming.
The precise nature of meat termed "ham" is controlled in a number of areas, often by statute, including the United States and European Union. In addition, numerous ham products have specific geographical naming protection, such as Prosciutto di Parma and Prosciutto Toscano PDO in Europe, and Smithfield ham in the US.
This is the second radio that I purchased less than a year ago, so that my wife and I could stay in touch while we spent the winter in the Sonoran desert, in Arizona. I have a side by side that I use to explore old gold mines, etc. and I travel many miles away from our campsite. As it...
The title pretty much says everything. I bought this radio and a Yaesu to use in the Sonoran desert so that my wife and I could stay in touch. As it turns out, we were way too many miles from any repeaters to communicate on them. I bought both of these radios less than a year ago for this...
This package includes:
(2) TERA TR-505 transceivers (each with a lithium ion battery, antenna, desktop/wall charger, belt clip, wrist strap, and manual.)
(2) AAA battery cases
(2) 12v DC Cig Lighter battery eliminators
(2) Extended range antennas
(1) USB programming cable (free software...
Cobra 29LTD CB Classic, 4 watts
Like New with manual. External speaker and PA connections.
Highly regarded in function and quality.
with small antenna, fuse wires, Cobra Microphone, and swing mounting bracket.
Very useful to see if you need to get of the bumper to bumper freeway listening to...
Ham radio; Atlas 210X
Very good condition
Original manual, Schematic, 120V to 12V power supply, Magnetic base Antenna for on the road, Microphone.
You are not SHTF ready without one.
This was a gift. I've never worn it, or even tried it on. It's been hanging in my closet, forgotten, for years. I was going to throw it away, but thought someone else might like to have it.
Adult XL, cotton/polyester T-shirt from the 1995 Dayton Hamvention.
Free. PM if you're interested...
Any fellow hams out there? I'm Frank W4RAV in Hillsboro.
Used to be K2NCC, but changed my vanity call a few years ago. Been a ham since 2005, which is a newbie to many of y'all! My MOS in the Army was 05D. Waaaay back in the 80s. :)
I mostly monitor. I haven't transmitted in about...
Any hams out there, please help me out. Went to renew online today and went through the process. Got to the end (on the FCC site) and they didnt charge me for the renewal. I dont want issues down the road so I took a screen shot of them saying there was no renewal fee. There is. I have the...
So, something we've been working on for a bit is a GMRS setup for family communication for in general and for during a disaster. I am amateur radio licensed, while my wife is not. However, my GMRS license covers the family, including her. Our setup is, essentially:
A mobile GMRS rig in each...
Now I like bacon , but Ham is not really worth all the trouble and cost.
I started looking for a viable communication system for when things go South in an emergency. Yes I bought a nice portable to get familiar with.
Now I'll put on my flak jacket for this, here's my opinion!
1. A portable...
Up for grabs - Astron SL-15R Power Supply
12 Amps continuous
15 AMPS ICS @50% Duty Cycle
Used for a very short time, and has sat since. Sold the radio, and don't need this anymore.
Has a set of Anderson Power Poles attached, and I'll include a power cord as well.
$50 OBO - save yourself a...
So, in addition to a ham ticket, some time ago I acquired a GMRS license. It was mainly "just because", but also it gave us more options. My wife also does not have her amateur license, but she could use GMRS with said license:
"You may apply for a GMRS license if you are 18 years or older...