Date   

NCS and LOG Schedule

Mike Wagner <mike@...>
 

Hello, please find the attached schedule for logger and Net control station for the TLARC weekly net.

Should there be any conflict please let me know prior to your scheduled date.

 

General TLARC population……Should you like to volunteer to be a Net Control Station and or Logger, please contact me via e mail at kk6oku@... or click the “reply to sender” (bottom of page) via the tlarc@groups.io

 

Thank you

 

Mike Wagner

KK6OKU


Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about SOTA

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

Here is a lot of good information on SOTA (Summits On The Air). Summits On The Air is a scheme that encourages amateur radio operators to go portable and work from high places around the country, and around the world – You don’t need to be a mountaineer to take part, and if the idea of climbing mountains and hills in the name of amateur radio doesn’t appeal, then you can be a ‘chaser’ sitting comfortably at home working the more adventurous SOTA operators. My friend Ken KD9PPH in Spfld. IL sent this to me.

Thanks guys having me present my SOTA gear/antennas etc ...here’s the links to topics in my show Please note: I’m no expert or EE but just an experimenter at heart and this is where I stole my intel on how to make my EFHWs and traps etc ...so to speak!  Have fun, Steve/wGOAT (WG0AT)
 
EFHW 49:1 transformers - warning this is a deep topic (was for me?) with many opinions on how to do it! 
 
Webpages:
 
I highly recommend watching Adam's video on how to make a trap first before attempting one
Adam/K6ARK DIY Traps for EFHW  (video) https://youtu.be/-qfCQTZSIus
 

LC Resonance Calculators:https://www.daycounter.com/Calculators/LC-Resonance-Calculator.phtml

https://www.leleivre.com/rf_resonance.html

Toroid inductance calculator:

 
 

Best Random wire lengths to use with a 9:1 unun (29’  35.5’  41’  58’  71’  84’) used on my KX2/3-w/internal ATU Not to confused with the above EFHW 49:1 Xformers  

http://www.hamuniverse.com/randomwireantennalengths.html (note: scroll down to green text or read the whole page!)

Also here’s a very good presentation by John/K1JD who built a 5-band trapped EFHW for his SOTA adventures


Brought to you courtesy of the Voice of the Village.


Re: Using Sound Card Interfaces with New PC's or Laptops

George N2APB
 

Sorry on the name Roger.

 

Geo

 

From: George N2APB <n2apb@...>
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2020 6:05 PM
To: 'TLARC@groups.io' <TLARC@groups.io>
Subject: RE: [TLARC] Using Sound Card Interfaces with New PC's or Laptops

 

Hi Ron,

 

We see lots of audio interface variations in the Phaser FT8 Transceiver group and there hasn’t been one we haven’t been able to get working, regardless of the age of the computer/laptop or whether the standard /8” 3-circuit ‘stereo’ plugs or the 4-circuit ‘combiner’ plug for just a single jack are used.  At the end of the day, audio comes out of the computer and audio goes to the computer.

 

If you have doubts about using one of the audio in/out combiners,  you could try one of the inexpensive ‘USB Sound Adapters’, as a number of us use for connection to the Phaser rig.  I use one and it’s great for providing separate audio in and out lines to the rig.  Mine is called 3D Sound and is shown here … https://www.amazon.com/s?k=3d+sound+usb&ref=nb_sb_noss_1

 

If you have any problems or further questions, I’d be happy to help you offline, either here at my shack or yours.

 

73, George N2APB

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Roger Calendine
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2020 10:33 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Using Sound Card Interfaces with New PC's or Laptops

 

I have been using an MFJ-1275 sound card interface for several years for digital modes like psk31 and more recently, FT8.  My model uses RS-232 serial input for control from the laptop and patch cords to the mic and external speaker and line level jacks on the laptop.  And the 8-pin cord to my Ic-735.

I use usb to rs-232 converter dongles to provide the control for the 1275 and for CAT to my Icom 735.

All works just fine.

My concern is the age of the laptop I use for my Ham activities.

My "newer" laptop that I will use sometime in the future doen't have separate jacks for mic in/spkr out.  I know there are splitters available to separate the channels.  I am concerned they might not be sufficient to work with my 1275 interface.  Especially after an eham posting about hardships with Win10 laptops to use the external split rather than the built in speakers.

Does anyone have experience along this line?  Success or failure?

Thanks - 73,

de KB4VL

Roger

 

 

 


Re: Using Sound Card Interfaces with New PC's or Laptops

George N2APB
 

Hi Ron,

 

We see lots of audio interface variations in the Phaser FT8 Transceiver group and there hasn’t been one we haven’t been able to get working, regardless of the age of the computer/laptop or whether the standard /8” 3-circuit ‘stereo’ plugs or the 4-circuit ‘combiner’ plug for just a single jack are used.  At the end of the day, audio comes out of the computer and audio goes to the computer.

 

If you have doubts about using one of the audio in/out combiners,  you could try one of the inexpensive ‘USB Sound Adapters’, as a number of us use for connection to the Phaser rig.  I use one and it’s great for providing separate audio in and out lines to the rig.  Mine is called 3D Sound and is shown here … https://www.amazon.com/s?k=3d+sound+usb&ref=nb_sb_noss_1

 

If you have any problems or further questions, I’d be happy to help you offline, either here at my shack or yours.

 

73, George N2APB

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Roger Calendine
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2020 10:33 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Using Sound Card Interfaces with New PC's or Laptops

 

I have been using an MFJ-1275 sound card interface for several years for digital modes like psk31 and more recently, FT8.  My model uses RS-232 serial input for control from the laptop and patch cords to the mic and external speaker and line level jacks on the laptop.  And the 8-pin cord to my Ic-735.

I use usb to rs-232 converter dongles to provide the control for the 1275 and for CAT to my Icom 735.

All works just fine.

My concern is the age of the laptop I use for my Ham activities.

My "newer" laptop that I will use sometime in the future doen't have separate jacks for mic in/spkr out.  I know there are splitters available to separate the channels.  I am concerned they might not be sufficient to work with my 1275 interface.  Especially after an eham posting about hardships with Win10 laptops to use the external split rather than the built in speakers.

Does anyone have experience along this line?  Success or failure?

Thanks - 73,

de KB4VL

Roger

 

 

 


Using Sound Card Interfaces with New PC's or Laptops

Roger Calendine
 

I have been using an MFJ-1275 sound card interface for several years for digital modes like psk31 and more recently, FT8.  My model uses RS-232 serial input for control from the laptop and patch cords to the mic and external speaker and line level jacks on the laptop.  And the 8-pin cord to my Ic-735.
I use usb to rs-232 converter dongles to provide the control for the 1275 and for CAT to my Icom 735.
All works just fine.
My concern is the age of the laptop I use for my Ham activities.
My "newer" laptop that I will use sometime in the future doen't have separate jacks for mic in/spkr out.  I know there are splitters available to separate the channels.  I am concerned they might not be sufficient to work with my 1275 interface.  Especially after an eham posting about hardships with Win10 laptops to use the external split rather than the built in speakers.
Does anyone have experience along this line?  Success or failure?
Thanks - 73,
de KB4VL
Roger




EMERGENCY REQUEST - MISSING CUMBERLAND COUNTY HAM

Bob Wilson-KK4XA
 


FYI

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Doug Harrill <flash37886.dh@...>
Date: Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 5:52 PM
Subject: Fwd: EMERGENCY REQUEST - MISSING CUMBERLAND COUNTY HAM
To: Bob Wilson <bobwilson3810@...>



---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Sharron Fritts <ssfritts@...>
Date: Wed, Oct 21, 2020, 11:01 PM
Subject: EMERGENCY REQUEST - MISSING CUMBERLAND COUNTY HAM
To: Sharron W4WIF <ssfritts@...>


Hello MARC members and friends,

On our Net last night, we were told about a ham who has been reported missing.  John Pritchett, W4BDA, is 66 years old, short, 390 pounds,  long gray/white hair and beard.  The picture below is from his QRZ page - with short hair and without a beard.  He drives a gray or white 94 Buick Park Avenue with a mag-mount antenna.  

Please help get the word out.   If anyone knows or hears anything, please get in touch with Cumberland County Sheriff's office 931-484-6176. 



--

Bob Wilson
KK4XA
Maryville, TN

--
Bob Wilson - KK4XA


[cwops] Reminder: Zoom™ Presentation by Gerry Hull W1VE -- RS-232 Nirvana for the Radio Contester

Juan Lopez
 

This will be a good one. All are welcome.

Juan
AC6ZM

Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
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From: main@cwops.groups.io <main@cwops.groups.io> on behalf of Dr. Larry S. Anderson <nn5olarry@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 1:10:58 PM
Subject: [cwops] Reminder: Zoom™ Presentation by Gerry Hull W1VE -- RS-232 Nirvana for the Radio Contester
 
Amateur radio friends (and clubs) around the globe—

Our Deep Dixie Contest Club (DDCC) wants to extend a warm and welcoming invitation to you and any/all of your members to join us for our next iteration of the Zoom™ Learning Series.  So, please pass out this information freely and widely among all your radioaficianados friends.

Details are shown below.  Please let me know if I can answer any questions or provide further information.

[FYI, a couple of the previous Zoom™ Learning Series presentations can be found on our DDCC YouTube Channel — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHSrV6IRXBbXGZn40Z8CFYw/videos  ]

—Larry   NN5O (ex-WB5EIN)
President, Deep Dixie Contest Club

Announcing!   DDCC Zoom™ Learning Series Presentation

Date:  Thursday, October 22, 2020
Time:  7:30 PM Central Time (0030Z) — 5:30 Pacific; 8:30 Eastern
Topic:  RS-232 Nirvana for the Radio Contester
Description:  EVERY contester uses much RS-232 and USB in the shack.   RS-232 as a native device is not available on most desktops, and zero laptops.
We all know the nightmare of USB-to-Serial ports.   My talk is about eliminating USB-to-Serial from the ham shack, and using (surplus, but modern)
Serial Port Server technology to completely eliminate the problem.   I go into how it works, what is available, and how to use the technology both
in your local shack or to remote your automation around the world over IP.  (Gerry has presented this information to hams around the world.)
Presenter:  Gerry Hull W1VE/VE1RM
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notice:  We plan to open the Zoom room a bit early so everybody can get their settings adjusted and we’re ready to roll at 0030z.  Look for some DDCC officers online around 0015z.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Here is the official invitation that you can use on October 22

Larry Anderson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Deep Dixie CC Zoom™ Presentation: RS-232 Nirvana for the Radio Contester
Time: Oct 8, 2020 07:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada) — 0030z

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 908 792 6776
Passcode: ddcc2020
One tap mobile
+19292056099,,9087926776#,,,,,,0#,,54166495# US (New York)
+13017158592,,9087926776#,,,,,,0#,,54166495# US (Germantown)

Dial by your location
        +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
        +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)
        +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
        +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
        +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
        +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
Meeting ID: 908 792 6776
Passcode: 54166495
~~~~~~~~~~~~
As you await Gerry's presentation, feel free to send any questions, comments, suggestions related to this topic.

PLEASE pass this information along to your friends in other radio clubs around the world.  Deep Dixie CC extends an hospitable welcome to amateurs living anywhere.

—Larry   NN5O (ex-WB5EIN)
President, Deep Dixie Contest Club
visit our Deep Dixie Contest Club web site 
------------------------------------------------------------
Dr. Larry S. Anderson, Founder/CEO
    National Center for Technology Planning
    P. O. Box 2393 -- Tupelo, MS  38803
    662.321.0677 (Cell)
**APPLE DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR * CLASS OF 2000 **
Assoc. Prof. (Ret.), Mississippi State University
------------------------------------------------------------


October monthly meeting is IN PERSON tomorrow night

David Andrews
 

Good evening,

 

The October meeting of TLARC will be held at the Toqua Pavilion in Tellico Village tomorrow evening, October 21st, starting at 7:00 PM. The pavilion is covered to protect from the elements, so the meeting will happen rain or shine. Some of us will be enjoying ourselves for a socially distanced dinner at the Toqua Sports Bar & Grill at 6:00 PM. For your maximum enjoyment, please consider attending both events. Located near the heart of Tellico Village at 200 Toqua Club Way, the restaurant and the Pavilion are easy to find on Google Maps or your favorite navigation aid.

 

We will receive the slate of officers for 2021 from the Nominating Committee and take additional nominations from the floor. The Financial Review Committee will also be appointed. Mark your calendars and plan to attend.

 

Thanks, David Andrews, N1ESK


ISS SPOT

mike wagner
 

Here’s to a new sighting within our region...

FRM:HQ-spotthestation@mail.nasa.gov
SUBJ:SpotTheStation
MSG:Time: Wed Oct 21 7:00 AM, Visible: 4 min, Max Height: 46 degrees, Appears: SSW, Disappears: E

Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Monroe Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES


Re: Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

Yes - a BIG Voice of the Village congratulations to Kayla and Chris on their major achievement!

Brad B.
KM4OJK



Re: Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey

Juan Lopez
 

Congrats to both of you!

Juan
AC6ZM


From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> on behalf of Joyce Tarbell <joycetarbell@...>
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2020 9:03 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io>
Subject: [TLARC] Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey
 
Congratulations to our newest ham, Chris Coble, who passed his Tech exam yesterday.  His call sign is K04ILP.

Also congratulations to Kayla Lindsey, K04DEG, who passed her General exam yesterday. 

Catch them on the air.


Re: Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey

Eric Ressler
 

Congratulations Chris and welcome to the family of Hams!! Can’t wait to hear you on the air!

Congratulations Kayla on moving up to General! Enjoy HF now!!
--
Chaser

--
KD8LHZ 


Re: Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey

 

Congratulations Chris and Kayla! 

Looking forward to talking with you SOON!
--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey

mike wagner
 

Congratulations Chris and Kayla, gr8 job! Hope to qso soon!

Mike
KK6OKUnicorn 
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES 

On Oct 19, 2020, at 9:03 AM, Joyce Tarbell via groups.io <joycetarbell@...> wrote:

Congratulations to our newest ham, Chris Coble, who passed his Tech exam yesterday.  His call sign is K04ILP.

Also congratulations to Kayla Lindsey, K04DEG, who passed her General exam yesterday. 

Catch them on the air.


Congratulatins to Chris Coble and Kayla Lindsey

Joyce Tarbell
 

Congratulations to our newest ham, Chris Coble, who passed his Tech exam yesterday.  His call sign is K04ILP.

Also congratulations to Kayla Lindsey, K04DEG, who passed her General exam yesterday. 

Catch them on the air.


Re: SMARC zoom call

Bob Wilson-KK4XA
 

Yes it’s 
W4OLB

On Mon, Oct 19, 2020 at 8:11 AM Eric Ressler <tornadospotter99@...> wrote:
Good morning! Anyone have the password to join the Zoom call for SMARC? Please let me know!
--
KD8LHZ

--

Bob Wilson
KK4XA
Maryville, TN

--
Bob Wilson - KK4XA


SMARC zoom call

Eric Ressler
 

Good morning! Anyone have the password to join the Zoom call for SMARC? Please let me know!
--
KD8LHZ


GCA contest Saturday/Sunday

WK9M
 

Hi everyone,

We're 95% setup at God's Cozy Acres for the 160m Stew Perry contest tomorrow.  The 160m antenna is up and the original beverage antenna has been repaired with a new run of wire and insulators.

I talked to our contest advisor today (Juan) and he suggested that our optimum time for this event would be between 7PM Saturday and 9AM Sunday.

I'll be working the night shift myself; if anyone else would like to stop on by the location is the GPS coordinates that Brad sent in an earlier message.  There used to be two flags out in front by the driveway; those are gone so you'll have to look for a gate.  We'll have an HT on the TLARC repeater but in certain spots we can't get into the repeater as well as you can from the road.  So try us on the repeater output (say you're on the output) if you get close and need someone by the road to flag you down.

There's no plans for meals out there since this contest is short. The smaller building has a kitchen and running water.  It'll also be used for sleeping so if you need a bathroom break at 8AM please sneak in and out as some of us may have just gone to sleep.  :)  The larger building has electric and a nice wood stove upstairs so it'll stay cozy.

Hope to see some of you out there tomorrow.  We have a PC running a decoder like last year.  So if you're new to CW, come out and see out a less commonly used band.

'73,
Randy
WK9M


Re: Fw: [cwops] ZoomT Recording of N4XL's excellent presentation available now

George N2APB
 

PS: I forgot to end one sentence in my recap below. Meant to say that there is 45 minutes of good Q&A once the presentation get to 1-hour mark.  Good stuff!

George N2APB

On Oct 16, 2020, at 1:12 PM, George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:



Juan,

 

Thank you, thank you, *thank you!*  I just finished watching this antenna presentation by Kevan Nason N4XL and it is terrific for helping to understand and optimize vertical antenna system performance.  While he illustrates using vertical antennas built for the lower bands (80m and 160m), the principles are applicable to higher bands that many of us have (40-10m).

 

Kevan uses many charts and graphs excerpted from other references to illustrate his points … But N4XL provides great added value by telling viewers what the ‘takeaway’ is for each diagram. 

 

The discussion points are:

Antenna lengths, radials (#, length, elevated, buried, diameter, folded v. straight), ATUs (at base v. in shack), feedlines, baluns, near-field vs far-field efficiency, SWR, phasing, and overall ‘system’ performance.  And again, each of these discussion points is illustrated by his use of charts and annotations showing ‘what this chart means’.

 

Many of us merely put up a given vertical antenna (e.g., a Hustler BTV6 or just a wire up into the trees as N4XL uses, but Kevan is an avid DXer and a contester, which tells me that he looks for ways to improve and/or optimize all parts of his station. 

 

A great takeaway for me was his illustrating the antenna system as a series circuit of three resistors being fed by the RF power delivered by the transmitter:

<image002.jpg>

This mental image of the antenna illustrates how/why you want to maximize your radiation resistance (radiated power) and minimize the losses.  Kevan points out that one can have a ‘good’ SWR while having most of the power merely being sent into the ground! … Hence a good SWR is not a good indicator of antenna efficiency, and he describes why.

 

The presentation started out a little slow during introduction, but it really picked up steam around the 10-minute mark, which was the point at which I was hooked and started taking notes like crazy!   The presentation portion ends at the 1-hour mark, and there is another 45 minutes of (good)

 

To all:  Be sure to watch this presentation.  I guarantee you’ll also find some good takeaways!

 

73, George N2APB

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Juan Lopez
Sent: Thursday, October 15, 2020 9:28 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Fw: [cwops] Zoom™ Recording of N4XL's excellent presentation available now

 

TLARC Members,

 

For anyone that missed it, this was a great program. 

Courtesy of the Deep Dixie Contest Club.

The you tube link of the recording is available in the message below.

 

Juan

AC6ZM


From: main@cwops.groups.io <main@cwops.groups.io> on behalf of Dr. Larry S. Anderson <nn5olarry@...>
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2020 12:43 PM
To: ddcc@groups.io <ddcc@groups.io>
Subject: [cwops] Zoom™ Recording of N4XL's excellent presentation available now

 

Deep Dixie CC family (and others)—

 

I am pleased to announce that the recording of Kevan Nason’s excellent presentation last night is now available for viewing via our DDCC YouTube channel.

 

Presentation title:  Low Band Vertical Antenna Decisions at N4XL

 

 

I’m interested to get your feedback on what you think about the presentation, as well as suggestions for how we might improve what we deliver.

 

Thanks to all the various contest clubs represented last night.  If you are a member of any of these clubs, please make sure your members know how to find this valuable information.  Share widely among your ham radio friends, please.

 

Other contest clubs with members present were:

• Dallas-Fort Worth Contest Group (DFWCG)

• 599 DX Association

• Tennessee Contest Group

• Florida Contest Group

• Potomac Valley Radio Club (PVRC)

• Society of Midwest Contesters (SMC)

• Yankee Clipper Contest Club (YCCC)

• Maritime Contest Club

• North Texas Contest Club

(I believe I included them all.  If I omitted your club, I apologize)

 

—Larry   NN5O (ex-WB5EIN)

President, Deep Dixie Contest Club

visit our Deep Dixie Contest Club web site 

------------------------------------------------------------

Dr. Larry S. Anderson, Founder/CEO

    National Center for Technology Planning

    P. O. Box 2393 -- Tupelo, MS  38803

    662.321.0677 (Cell)

**APPLE DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR * CLASS OF 2000 **

Assoc. Prof. (Ret.), Mississippi State University

------------------------------------------------------------

 


Re: Fw: [cwops] ZoomT Recording of N4XL's excellent presentation available now

George N2APB
 

Juan,

 

Thank you, thank you, *thank you!*  I just finished watching this antenna presentation by Kevan Nason N4XL and it is terrific for helping to understand and optimize vertical antenna system performance.  While he illustrates using vertical antennas built for the lower bands (80m and 160m), the principles are applicable to higher bands that many of us have (40-10m).

 

Kevan uses many charts and graphs excerpted from other references to illustrate his points … But N4XL provides great added value by telling viewers what the ‘takeaway’ is for each diagram. 

 

The discussion points are:

Antenna lengths, radials (#, length, elevated, buried, diameter, folded v. straight), ATUs (at base v. in shack), feedlines, baluns, near-field vs far-field efficiency, SWR, phasing, and overall ‘system’ performance.  And again, each of these discussion points is illustrated by his use of charts and annotations showing ‘what this chart means’.

 

Many of us merely put up a given vertical antenna (e.g., a Hustler BTV6 or just a wire up into the trees as N4XL uses, but Kevan is an avid DXer and a contester, which tells me that he looks for ways to improve and/or optimize all parts of his station. 

 

A great takeaway for me was his illustrating the antenna system as a series circuit of three resistors being fed by the RF power delivered by the transmitter:

This mental image of the antenna illustrates how/why you want to maximize your radiation resistance (radiated power) and minimize the losses.  Kevan points out that one can have a ‘good’ SWR while having most of the power merely being sent into the ground! … Hence a good SWR is not a good indicator of antenna efficiency, and he describes why.

 

The presentation started out a little slow during introduction, but it really picked up steam around the 10-minute mark, which was the point at which I was hooked and started taking notes like crazy!   The presentation portion ends at the 1-hour mark, and there is another 45 minutes of (good)

 

To all:  Be sure to watch this presentation.  I guarantee you’ll also find some good takeaways!

 

73, George N2APB

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Juan Lopez
Sent: Thursday, October 15, 2020 9:28 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Fw: [cwops] Zoom™ Recording of N4XL's excellent presentation available now

 

TLARC Members,

 

For anyone that missed it, this was a great program. 

Courtesy of the Deep Dixie Contest Club.

The you tube link of the recording is available in the message below.

 

Juan

AC6ZM


From: main@cwops.groups.io <main@cwops.groups.io> on behalf of Dr. Larry S. Anderson <nn5olarry@...>
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2020 12:43 PM
To: ddcc@groups.io <ddcc@groups.io>
Subject: [cwops] Zoom™ Recording of N4XL's excellent presentation available now

 

Deep Dixie CC family (and others)—

 

I am pleased to announce that the recording of Kevan Nason’s excellent presentation last night is now available for viewing via our DDCC YouTube channel.

 

Presentation title:  Low Band Vertical Antenna Decisions at N4XL

 

 

I’m interested to get your feedback on what you think about the presentation, as well as suggestions for how we might improve what we deliver.

 

Thanks to all the various contest clubs represented last night.  If you are a member of any of these clubs, please make sure your members know how to find this valuable information.  Share widely among your ham radio friends, please.

 

Other contest clubs with members present were:

• Dallas-Fort Worth Contest Group (DFWCG)

• 599 DX Association

• Tennessee Contest Group

• Florida Contest Group

• Potomac Valley Radio Club (PVRC)

• Society of Midwest Contesters (SMC)

• Yankee Clipper Contest Club (YCCC)

• Maritime Contest Club

• North Texas Contest Club

(I believe I included them all.  If I omitted your club, I apologize)

 

—Larry   NN5O (ex-WB5EIN)

President, Deep Dixie Contest Club

visit our Deep Dixie Contest Club web site 

------------------------------------------------------------

Dr. Larry S. Anderson, Founder/CEO

    National Center for Technology Planning

    P. O. Box 2393 -- Tupelo, MS  38803

    662.321.0677 (Cell)

**APPLE DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR * CLASS OF 2000 **

Assoc. Prof. (Ret.), Mississippi State University

------------------------------------------------------------

 

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