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N2LRB is Jose B Rivera, from East Harlem, which is located on the island of Manhattan in New York City. Jose has been a ham since the early 1990s and is involved in almost every facet of ham radio. This … Continue reading

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Why 2M SSB?

If you accidentally came upon this website or are new to VHF you might be tempted to ask, “Why 2M SSB?”.  It’s a fair question to ask given the digital modes.

SSB Advantages
Single Side Band on VHF, specifically 2 meters has its advantages. Where FM is enhanced by repeaters and clarity, SSB goes the distance as they say by going longer distance than FM and FM repeaters can take you. Yes, you can go to a linked repeater system and get all the way to Timbuktu, but that is not the same as going straight RF to RF over the air without need or use of the internet to make the connection. Continue reading

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New Year, New Website

The 2 meter Sunday Morning net has been around for a long time. It was run by K2SMN, Roger W Amidon, and is now run by Bill, AA2TT. This website is dedicated to the memory of K2SMN.

We hope you check in on this website for updates to the 2 Meter Sunday Morning net and for updates on the Almost Nightly 2 Meter SSB discussion.

And you are encouraged to join in on the daily morning 144.205 Mhz group starting at 7:30 AM.

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