Is the radio enthusiast next door, or your neighborhood radio station, slowing down your modem and
jamming your telephone? Then, you may need a K-Y RFI filter.
1991 KI6KY(right) meets WB6BIK(left) and K6NM (briefly on left)
Video taken by Dennis W6ATI at K6NM's House 1991)
CLICK HERE FOR THE ORIGINAL HAMSTICK!
7258 kHz is affectionately called "The War Zone" by many California hams.
CLICK HERE FOR THE INFAMOUS RAIN REPORT!!
WB6CYY Bob Davis of Sacramento.
CLICK HERE FOR N6AYJ's SHARP RESPONSE TO RILEY HOLLINGSWORTH
CLICK HERE TO HEAR THE "UNIDENTIFIED TERRORIST JAMMER THAT THE FCC IS IGNORING!!!!
One of KI6KY's favorite daytime radio frequencies
Thanks to the late Senator Barry Goldwater K7UGA (a true conservative), Public Law 97-259 exempted Amateur Radio in the U.S. from the secrecy provisions in the Communications
One of my favorite daytime amateur radio hang-outs here on the West coast
during the daytime is 7258 khz. I enjoy it because of the many
interesting and somewhat eccentric characters heard there. Some of the past "greats" are now
conspicuous by their absence and the mix of stations continues to wax and wane over the years.
The late WA6PGE (Cannonball) on the left and the late K6UZW (Jim Barnes) on the right.
DIPPETY DOO DAH DIPPETY DAY!!
The Late, Once Ubiquitous K6FU.