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Tic-Toc means that no music can be played over 24 seconds due to the loss of the license by the RIAA. That means the only content that can be aired is talk radio and tick tocking from a clock. Please don't make me listen to this again as last year drove me completely insane. Thank you.
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You are listening live right now to the W5SGL 2 meter repeater on 146.730.
Local nets on the W5SGL repeater are Tuesday and Thursday nights.
Tuesday Night is the ARES net and Thursday night is the Technical net as well as any weather emergency.
My name is Anthony Allen and I am a computer tech who has been licensed since June 7, 2008 then I upgraded to General July 5, 2008 and I got my current call W6CSA in August of 2010. I am now as of April 10, 2012 an Extra Class Ham. I got my former call as N5VAG October 18, 2008 and my first call KE5VAG in June of 2008.
I am interested in DXing, Digital Modes, QRP, VHF Communications, Satellite, Echolink, and Emergency Communications. I also do volunteer work and support WQRZ-LP FM 103.5 in Waveland, Mississippi. Please click the link at the top of the page to support this ham owned and operated low power FM radio station that serves Hancock County, Mississippi, and Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana in times of emergency as well as has a very good music format. I am also a SKYWARN Spotter.
I use an Alinco DR 635 2 Meter/440 Rig in the shack,Yaesu FT-301D for HF and an Alinco DR 235 for 220. I also have an Icom V82. My antennas here in Tennessee are a dual band ground plane for 2M/440 and a ground plane antenna for 220 as well as a Carolina Windom. In Biloxi my antennas are as follows (On Tower one aka the HF Tower) Cushcraft A3S 10M 15M and 20M Triband Beam (also the background image), a Cushcraft Ringo Ranger II for 2 meters, and a 40/80 trapped dipole.