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title: Jason-VK7ZJA Has Passed
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date: 2023-01-18 20:51:12
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I have just received word that Jason/VK7ZJA passed away on the morning of 17-JAN-2023. I never spoke to him, but he did write a *very* detailed page of modifications and technical documentation
for the Anytone 878 DMR HT; as well as a few others.
Though I currently don't own one, I may in the future; and the amount of work and information Jason put on to the page is too valuable to lose. As a service to the ham community, I am mirroring
his pages so that they may be reliabily available in the future (or for however long I can keep my hosting). I am currently working my way through modifying all of his HTML pages to facilitate
mirroring, removing external and unnecessary file hosting links, and adding SK notices. All of these will be collected on a page when the project is finished. However, the 878 page is complete.
[Jason/VK7ZJA's Anytone 878 Page](

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title: Jason/VK7ZJA Has Passed
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date: 2023-01-18 20:44:31
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I just received word that Jason/VK7ZJA is now SK. While I did not know him, he did write a *very* detailed page on the Anytone 878 that contained mods and technical documentation.
As I may one day wind up with one of these radios and the information is too valuable to be lost; I have mirrored the final version of his page, with plans to modify the others for mirroring.
When the entire mirroring effort is done, I will add a page to the menu that will link to all of them. RIP Jason.
[Jason/VK7ZJA's Anytone 878 Page](

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<p class="message">Right now this page only contains information about the current station. In the future, it will talk about my past setups. 73</p>
My station is not much:
<a href="/images/ft1000mp.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="/images/ft1000mp.jpg" style="width:100%"></a>
My main HF rig is a Yaesu FT-1000MP Mark-V with a MFJ-974HB Balanced Tuner. I built both a [digital interface to the DVS-2 port]
( as well as a [TinyFSK]( keyer for FSK.
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<a href="/images/doublet-day.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="/images/doublet-day.jpg" style="width:100%"></a></div>
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<a href="/images/doublet-night.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="/images/doublet-night.jpg" style="width:100%"></a></div>
My antenna is a 72' (21.9m) long center-fed doublet. It's about 50' (15.24m) up in the air supported by trees. The feedline held mostly vertical from the feed-point about
6' (1.8m) from the ground using a line attached to the house. I originally built this doublet in 2018, and it stayed up until 2022 when the line hung up during a wind-storm
and it tore the loop at the end. The feedline has had a few patches and pieces spliced in to it; but it's window-line so it doesn't affect performance. One leg had a
cut/tear in the insulation close to the feed-point, so I did some pre-emptive work to prevent this from getting worse. It really shows up in the night shot as a
blurry white spot.