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Check-out the Groups. Thanks Dustin for providing awesome Margaritas and memories! He hypnotized us with a fascinating talk on the history of aviation navigation and radios. I am certain with so many great things going on last weekend, by so many fine dedicated folks that I probably neglected to give credit where credit is due. To all of you, thank you for coming out and making FD so memorable. If you took pictures, please share your memories with everyone by posting to the Field Day Photo Album on Groups. Meetings - July 12 at pm. See w6ek. Nets - Every Thursday night at pm is our general net.
Everyone is welcome, no membership needed. Also every 1st and 3rd Wednesday is the Elmer Net. Get answers or help on your projects, radios, antennas or anything else ham radio related. Held on the W6EK Repeaters: Come join the fun!
Starts at 8 am. Walk ins welcome. Thanks again for all the VE's that were able to come to the session. We had seven VE's. We had a very successful session again. We administered 17 elements to 13 candidates. We have 6 new Technicians, 3 new Generals and 3 new Extras. The evening will kick off with the monthly board meeting at just after P. All NHRC members are invited to attend.
The board meeting will be followed by the general membership meeting at pm. Remember NHRC meetings are open to the general public. See you all on Tuesday evening June Amateur radio call sign N6NFF. Each Tuesday of the week PM on 3.
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Although our nets usually run around 15 wpm code, we are all happy to accommodate those that are slower and need us to oblige. If you are unable to copy Morse Code or need some code practice, please feel free to visit our on-line LIVE streaming broadcast of both the Audio and a CW to Text decoding of the meeting. You do not need to have a YouTube account to access the feed.
However, you will need one to subscribe to our channel. Those viewing through YouTube can chat with others watching on-line as well. This of course is not mandatory, but rather just a way of making everyone feel more involved in our on-air nets. Simply announce your call letters in the chat window. Do you know someone in need of a Ham Club to call home? Perhaps someone that wants to learn Morse Code, are interested in CW or already knows and uses it? Our in-person meetings are held each 1st Thursday of the month at 7PM.
Please use the rear parking lot and entry for best access to the meeting. A map and directions can also be found on our website. We hope to see you at our next meeting! Make your list to buy or sell. We're looking forward to seeing you there! The board welcomes members and guests who wish to observe or bring business before the board. This location faces Roseville Parkway at the northeast corner of the complex, just around the corner from the CVS store. Come out to enjoy some camaraderie, food, beverage, and tales of the radios!
Jey KQ6DK is now club web master and is updating the the site on a regular basis. Thanks to Jey for all his work on the website. Want more? We now have a Twitter account! If you think of someone we should follow, please email me. I know there are a few local clubs with Twitter accounts and I will add them.
Check us out on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter k6pac. So, find your sun screen, bug repellent and canteen and come join us up on the hill on Saturday the 22nd or Sunday the 23rd.
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The weather should be nice and hopefully the band conditions will be good too. Everyone is welcome to come up and operate or walk around and see the station setups. If you want to see how we hang antennas in the trees you need to come up on Friday evening or early Saturday. We can also use help with tear down on Sunday afternoon. The Solar conditions are still poor but there is some DX to work.
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I have found that you must watch for band openings and then be quick to go and work the needed station. The opening may not last long and you may have to wait for the next chance. This time of year, Six Meters has Sporadic E propagation which allows you to work miles on a single hop or further with multiple hops. The Midwest got a multiple hop Sporadic E opening earlier this month into Japan. If you make it to the Field Day location stop by the 40M phone tent and say hello or even better, sit down and operate for a while. OARS w6af.
The doors at Station 66 are expected to be open at 6 pm for a social hour prior to the meeting. Hope all can attend. After the net session on 2M closes, a short 10M net meets on You may choose lunch or breakfast.
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Lunch is at eleven and Denny's serves breakfast all day. The meeting will be called to order at noon in the restaurant's back room. The meeting as usual is at: Denny's Restaurant on the southwest corner of Howe Ave. General Meetings 2nd Monday of Each Month p. Guests are Welcome. Presentation, Coffee, Monthly Raffle.
https://guikeperpho.tk Doors open at pm. Elevation is around ft and the views are tremendous. Our activity always draws the interest of motorists coming through the rest stop. Operations were on 6 m, 10 m, 15 m, 20 m and 40 m using phone and digital mode FT8. Between the two clubs we operated 5 stations. The club call sign of W6KJ was used. Dave KC9EI set up a wireless internet for logging the contacts.
Saturday evening we all chowed down on smoked Tri-Tips and brisket burgers, with side dishes. The satellite contact was via AO The next general meeting will be held Tues. Help prepare for Field Day. Pictures of ham shacks, antenna projects, antenna parties, etc. The club's new website www. Monthly meetings are the second Saturday of every month except for December, beginning at p. Here are some of the latest ones we have done. By the way, if you like what we are doing with the YouTube channel, feel free to donate a little bit to keep it going, thanks!
The plane has all the supplies James should need for ham radio communications out of the Bahamas and within the Bahamas if he can find other ham radio operators already there. As I post this video from going on 4 days ago because I just got it a few minutes ago from the pilot who has been super busy piloting supplies and people out of there , I do not know if he has been able to connect with an local ham radio operators, however he is using local bands.
James now and again checks into some morning and evening nets here is the US. But much of his traffic messages are sent via HF winlink. He had plans to send videos back quicker than 4 days old, but with everything happening over there and how busy things are I am glad to get even these last couple of videos.