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Description Furries that are into amateur radio, electronics, phreaking and retro games
Contact [[Contact::[email address removed]|]][email address removed]
Activities Amateur radio, electronics, software development, soft fuzzy things.
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Relevant interests
Electronics, Games, Lockpicking, Radio, Raspberry Pi
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We're bringing a mast, radios, a payphone and some suits. Come see for talk, tech and fuzzy hugs.

Link to the pager system: Badger

Hamfurs Village


Everyone is bringing their own bedding, towels, toiletries etc.

Tent A

What? Who? Why? Packed?
Coleman Cortes 8 man tent Tryst For Tryst and Graafen to sleep in, and to store kit if the weather turns wet. Y
3x 1970s Camp Beds Tryst For Tryst, Graafen and Andrew to sleep on. Y
2x LED lanterns Tryst Illuminating Tent A Y
6x EL wire lights Tryst Marking guy ropes. Y
Portable clothes rail Tryst Hanging up fursuits after use so that they dry. N
230v Extension Reel Tryst Power for charging phones, laptops, etc. N

Tent B

What? Who? Why? Packed?
Tent Andrew For sleeping in. N
Camp bed Andrew For sleeping on. N
LED fairy lights Andrew Marking guy ropes. N

Activity/Kitchen Area

General Stuff

What? Who? Why? Packed?
Gazebo (3mx3m) Tryst To provide shade and limited rain protection. Y
Tarpaulin Tryst Rainproof kitchen area. Y
Folding table (6'x2'6") Tryst Table for activities and eating at. Y
2x 230V clip lights Tryst Illumination under gazebo. Y
Mains hook up /w 25m lead Tryst Local connection point for 230V power. Y
15m Ceeform extension Tryst In case DK is more than 25m away. Y


What? Who? Why? Packed?
Folding table (4'x2') Tryst Putting the cooker and wash bowl on. Y
Gas cooker, gas and ignition source Tryst Cooking food Y
Washing up bowl Tryst Washing up Y
Aqua roll Tryst Holding water Y
Pump, tap and power supply Tryst Making water run! Y
Pans, sharp knives, chopping board, wooden spoon Tryst Preparing meals Y
Plates, bowls, mugs and cutlery Tryst Eating meals Y
Washing up liquid, sponge and tea towels Tryst Cleaning up after meals. N
Ice making machine Tryst Making ice to use in drinks and give away. Y


What? Who? Why? Packed?
Cinema-style illuminated sign Tryst Advertising who we are, and that we have free ice. Y
Blue LED fairy lights Tryst Decorate front face of gazebo and mark out its guy ropes. Y


Amateur Radio


What? Who? Why? Packed?
Folding table (4'x2') Tryst Putting transceivers, etc, on. Y
Alinco DX-70TH (HF & 6m, all modes) Tryst Generating wiggly amps. Y
Yaesu FT-7800R (2m & 70cm FM) Tryst Generating faster wiggly amps. Y
13.8V 40A PSU Tryst Powering transceivers. Y
Binky's Tranzmatch and SWR meter Tryst Matching transceivers to antennas. Y
Icom IC-706 MkIIg (HF, 6m & 2m, all modes) Andrew Generating wiggly amps N
Auto-ATU Andrew Matching the IC-706 MkIIg to an antenna. N
Paper log Tryst Contesting Y
Station clock (UTC) Tryst Contesting N
Earth rod, lug and wire Tryst Tying the ATU and TXRs to ground N
Inter-series adapters Tryst Because you never know. Y


What? Who? Why? Packed?
TYT MD-380 Tryst DMR / UHF jolly comms Y
DECT phone Tryst Jolly comms Y

Antenna Farm

Village layout, 2018.
North-South elevation of main mast.
East-West elevation of main mast.
What? Who? Why? Packed?
Clark pneumatic mast Tryst To support antennas N
Materials to make inverted V antennas Tryst Transforming wiggly amps into radio waves. N
Paracord Tryst Guying and supporting antenna wires. Y
4x screw pegs Tryst End of the lines for the inverted V. Y
4x metal pegs Tryst Pegging out the vertical antenna. Y
10m squid pole and wire Tryst To make a vertical HF antenna Y
Alinco EDX-2 Auto-ATU Tryst To match the squid pole to the DX-70TH. Y
Earth rod Tryst Something for the vertical antenna to work against. N
Andrew's 2m/70cm colinear Tryst VHF/UHF jolly comms. Y
137 MHz turnstile antenna and bracket Tryst Weather satellite antenna. Y
Tripod stand Tryst Mounting the turnstile antenna. Y
20 fencing pins and plastic fencing Tryst Fencing in the antenna farm for safety. Y
60m of LED lights Tryst Making the fence is visible at night. Y
Flashing red beacon Tryst Making the mast top visible at night. Y
3x 20m coax Tryst Connecting antennas on clark mast. Y
1x 15m coax Tryst Connecting HF vertical antenna. Y
2x 10m coax Tryst Connecting turnstile and spare. Y
Control cable for the EDX-2 Tryst Connecting the EDX-2 to the DX-70TH. Y
Binky's balun Tryst Transforming unbalanced wiggly amps into balanced wiggly amps. Y
120m nylon rope Tryst Guying the Clark mast. Y
4x Growlers and 9x shackles Tryst Guying the Clark mast. Y


What? Who? Why? Packed?
Payphone Andrew Amusement and phreaking. N
Network gateway w/ FXS Andrew Safe local wired network and FXS for the payphone. N
Cat5E Cable and terminating kit Andrew Bringing network to the village and making patch cables. N
Tripod stand Tryst Supporting the payphone Y


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