Designing, Building & Restoring Stuff, Ham Radio, RV's, Boats, Locks, Rockets & More!

 Amateur Radio Clubs

I'm an avid DIY'r and most of the gear on these pages is stuff I've made myself, including the new NC ARES radio trailer, which I co-own with KD2AKX.

Links to U.S. Government Branches

Utilizing Amateur Radio Operators

Links

 

   Nassau County ARES

        District Emergency Coordinator, Retired 

       Official Emergency Station

    


Sandy Activation Photos

License - AK1NS, Amateur Extra Class

ARRL - VEC Volunteer Examiner

ARREC - FE Field Examiner

ARRL - Registered License Instructor

ARRL Certificate: EC-001

FEMA ICS Certified:

IS-1a, IS-100b, 120a, 200b,IS-230c, 235, 240, 241, 244B, 700b, 800b

SKYWARN  Certified Spotter
Red Cross - DST, DA and DAT certs.

 

RF MODES

VHF/UHF

      50/140/220/440, MARINE VHF, SATCOM

IRLP NODE 4438

ECHOLINK Node 487981

HF BANDS: 1kW 

DIGITAL Modes: NBEMS, PSK31, PACKET, MESH

d-STAR, DMR      ak1ns@winlink.org

MOBILE - All Modes above + KN2C Doppler

OTHER:  GMRS WQWN605

 

VOIP ONLY MODES

CQ-100

HAMSPHERE

SKYPE 


OTHER

DUAL EMERGENCY POWER EQUIPPED

Dual 3G/4G mobile hotspots

​LOCATION: FN30fs, Nassau County, LI, NY

 

Past Posts:

LIMARC VP, Executive Board membr

ARC ECS,  President, VP

American Red Cross

Nassau County RACES