Welcome To The Official Home Page Of Amateur Radio Operators N2TKB And KC2JIN
(NOVEMBER TWO TANGO KILO BRAVO And KILO CHARLIE TWO JULIET INDIA NOVEMBER)  

Primary Operating Frequencies:
146.805 (KF4IXU SHARC Repeater) &
146.520 (National Calling Frequency)

FCC License Information:

N2TKB
Licensee: Richard C. Hollwedel
Effective Date: 10/06/94
Expiration Date: 01/19/03
Applied for Renewal: 03/15/03
Renewal Expiration Date: 05/15/13 
Operator Privileges: Technician
Station Privileges: Primary

KC2JIN
Licensee: Diana P. Hollwedel
Effective Date: 03/25/02
Expiration Date: 02/25/12
Applied For Renewal: 2012 11/20/12
Renewal Expiration Date: 12/01/2022
Operator Privileges: Technician
Station Privileges: Primary

Equipment:
Base: Kenwood TM-701A (Dual Band 2m/70cm)
Mobile: Kenwood TM-231A (2m)
Kenwood MC-60 Desk Microphone
Spare Mobile: Azden PCM6000 (2m)
Portable: Yaesu FT-411E (2m)
Portable: Icom IC-4SRA (70cm Wide Band Scanner/Receiver)
Diamond M510X Dual Band Antenna
DAIWA CN-801 Power/SWR Meter
Triplite PR-10B 10 Amp Power Supply
Astron RS-35M 35 Amp Power Supply

 

Control Point & Coverage:
N2TKB and KC2JIN are members of SHARC (Spring Hill Amateur Radio Club)
and operate from Spring Hill in Hernando County, Florida.  Our primary coverage
areas are within Spring Hill and Brooksville townships with fringe coverage
areas to include parts of Pasco, Citrus, Sumter, Marion, Polk, Hillsborough,
Pinellas, and Orange Counties.

Emergency Monitoring:
Emergency messages and distress calls may be relayed through these stations.
Both operators monitor 146.520 (simplex) for emergency traffic when possible.

2 Meter Simplex Frequencies:
146.400, 146.415, 146.430, 146.445, 146.460, 146.475, 146.490, 146.505,
146.520, 146.535, 146.550, 146.565, 146.580, 146.595, 147.405, 147.420,
147.435, 147.450, 147.465, 147.480, 147.495, 147.510, 147.525, 147.540,
147.555, 147.570, 147.585
146.520 is the 2M National FM Voice Simplex Calling Frequency
146.550 is the 2M National FM Contesting Frequency

1.25 Meter Simplex Frequencies:
223.420, 223.440, 223.460, 223.480, 223.520, 223.540, 223.560, 223.580,
223.600, 223.620, 223.640, 223.660, 223.680, 223.700, 223.720, 223.740,
223.760, 223.780, 223.800, 223.820, 223.840

70 CM Simplex Frequencies:
445.9125 445.9250 445.9375 445.9500 445.9625 445.9750 445.9875 446.0000
446.0125 446.0250 446.0375 446.0500 446.0625 446.0750 446.0875 446.1000 
446.1125 446.1250 446.1375 446.1500 446.1625 446.1750
446.000 is the 70CM National FM Voice Simplex Calling Frequency

900 MHz Simplex Frequencies:
National “Traditional” FM Voice Simplex Channels
(also for use with 25 MHz duplex offset radios)
906.000 to 907.000 MHz - channel every 25 KHz
906.500 is the 900MHz National Simplex Calling Frequency

1.2 GHz Simplex Frequencies:
1294.00 - 1295.00 Narrow Band FM simplex, every 25 KHz
1294.50 is the 1.2GHz National Simplex Calling Frequency

Other Amateur Radio Links Of Special Interest:

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
SHARC (Spring Hill Amateur Radio Club)
QRZ Ham Call  Online Repeater Directory
RF Transmission Line Loss Calculator
Florida Repeater Coordinates

Take The Ham Radio Practice Exams
Everything To Know About RF Connectors


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73
from Rick-N2TKB and Diana-KC2JIN

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