K9JEB - HAM Radio

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Power Connector 6 Kit
Power Connector PC-6 Kit
Power Transfer/Charger Kit
Power Transfer/Charger Kit v1.13
Power Distribution Center Kit
Power Distribution Center Kit
Power Connector Kit PC5 V.2
Power Connector Kit PC5v2

Dual-Band J-Pole
J-Pole Antennas
Hi - I'm John K9JEB, Amateur Radio Operator from Redmond, WA USA

In my spare time, I build UHF/VHF antennas and design electronic circuits like the Power Pole Distribution Center - for the advancement of HAM Radio.
Please take a look at the products listed on the left, and see which fits your needs.
All products are designed and built in Redmond, WA USA - By a HAM, For HAMs
 Always Locally grown, non-GMO, and gluten-free!

New Power Connector PC-6 Kit with DVM and 3D-Printed Case
Power Connector Kit PC-6 with DVM Case

Power Transfer/Charger Kit As shown in the 2019 ARRL Handbook
Power Transfer/Charger Kit
This board fits on top of a 9/10Ah gel cell battery, and charges the battery from the external supply while the supply powers attached radios etc. When the supply is removed, the battery continues to power the equipment. When external power is restored, it again charges the battery.

See the Order Form page to get yours today!

These are some of the places where you might find me listening:

  • DMR: WA-1 or WA-2 talkgroups, occasionally North America or Worldwide
  • Analog: Tiger Mt. N6OBY 443.325 +5.0MHz (103.5) - Redmond ARES Sunday Night net @1930 Please check in as a visitor!
  • Redmond KC7IYE 145.310 -0.6MHz (103.5)
  • Puget Sound Radio Group PSRG WW7PSR 146.960 -0.6MHz (103.5)
  • Woodinville K6RFK 147.340 +0.6MHz (100.0)

Here are my current DMR codeplugs,
Remember to change the Radio ID and main screen info to your own...
if you want to download these, save the link as an RDT file locally to program your radio.

You can also find my current vehicle location on APRS:  truck or car

This is a presentation I give on Power Distribution, Generation, and Storage in PPTX and PDF versions.
Contact me email or by my callsign through QRZ.com or ARRL.net.