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Field Day 2021 information......

 

Hi everyone!

 

Field Day 2021 is fast approaching, and hopefully, everyone will attend!!

 

As many of you know, a survey was sent out to the Club members asking if you were going to attend, and what you were planning on bringing, as far as food items.

 

Here’s the list we have so far…..

 

Jeff, N4POD – Baked beans, cucumber and onion salad

 

Randy, WK9M – Snacks, Coke ZERO, 12 packs of Coke/Diet Coke/tea

 

George, N2APB – snacks

 

Mike, KK6OKU – Shrimp boil, hot dogs, paper plates, individual bags of chips, breakfast burritos, plasticware, garbage bags

 

Joyce, K1JAT – pot luck item/TBD

 

Mike, K4MJF – ice, canned/bottled drinks, water, hot dogs, banana pudding, ice tea, brownies ( NOT the special kind! ), assorted candy bars, cake, toilet paper, paper towels, garbage bags

 

Sam, KV4XY –  water, diet soda

 

Chuck, N4CSF – TBD

 

Mike Wagner, KK6OKU and Mike Foley, K4MJF are providing lunch ( hot dogs, chips and condiments )

 

If there is anything else that you would like to bring, please add it to the list.

 

Looking forward to seeing everyone at God’s Cozy Acres for Field Day 2021!

 

73,

Mike, K4MJF

 

 

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: Come join us for TLARC Field Day 2021

Jeff Buffington N4POD
 

I plan on being there on Friday as well to scout everything out and do some early prep for antennas.

We are presently up to 15 survey responses.  If anyone hasn't already completed the survey, please do!  We're counting on each and every one of you out there to make this the best Field Day ever!  

Remember to invite your family and friends to the event!  Field Day is an event open to and even encouraging the public to see what we hams do. Promote the event throughout the week on any nets or regular conversations you might participate in... I have been!  This is crunch time!

You can get to the survey from the TLARC website (tlarc.org), or directly by going to https://forms.gle/H4FXqmrnJhAuwFWw7 

Thanks and 73!
Jeff/N4POD
321-217-7645 (cell)

On Sun, Jun 20, 2021 at 11:09 PM WK9M <randykgm@...> wrote:
I'm going to be there on Friday around Noon myself and plan to be there until Dinner as I will likely end up working the late night shift Saturday (12AM-6AM) and could use a helper or two.  Past history has shown a light crew available after midnight.  :)

If you get KK6OKU's Chameleon setup off the North balcony and Juan's hex or A4S on the ARES tower done before Noon (the hex is suggested) that will just leave the Carolina Windom and my Chameleon to setup when I arrive.  KF4DKW and I walked the beverage antenna already and it just required minor trimming.

One part of Field Day that is often forgotten is the take down when it's done.  If you are around Sunday at 2PM please also consider coming out for a little bit to help take down and clean.  I've taken down antennas myself after FD but it goes really slow.

Hope to see you there!

Randy

On 6/20/2021 9:07 PM, Mikeljay wrote:
TLARC Field Day Flyer 2021 reboot.jpg

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: Come join us for TLARC Field Day 2021

WK9M
 

I'm going to be there on Friday around Noon myself and plan to be there until Dinner as I will likely end up working the late night shift Saturday (12AM-6AM) and could use a helper or two.  Past history has shown a light crew available after midnight.  :)

If you get KK6OKU's Chameleon setup off the North balcony and Juan's hex or A4S on the ARES tower done before Noon (the hex is suggested) that will just leave the Carolina Windom and my Chameleon to setup when I arrive.  KF4DKW and I walked the beverage antenna already and it just required minor trimming.

One part of Field Day that is often forgotten is the take down when it's done.  If you are around Sunday at 2PM please also consider coming out for a little bit to help take down and clean.  I've taken down antennas myself after FD but it goes really slow.

Hope to see you there!

Randy

On 6/20/2021 9:07 PM, Mikeljay wrote:
TLARC Field Day Flyer 2021 reboot.jpg

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Come join us for TLARC Field Day 2021

 

TLARC Field Day Flyer 2021 reboot.jpg

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


TLARC Field Day 2021

 

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


INVITATION AND REMINDER // TLARC JUNE 2021 GENERAL MEETING -- SATURDAY 26 JUN 21

Chuck Ferguson - N4CSF
 

TLARC Members and Guests,

 

Hello, everyone!  This is our invitation for you and your guests to attend our June face-to-face (F2F) meeting next Saturday afternoon at God's Cozy Acres.  We changed our normal monthly meeting schedule to coincide with TLARC's Field Day (FD) activities 26-27 Jun 21.  The specifics are as follows:

 

Date/Time:  Saturday, 26 Jun 21.  FD Setup - 8:00am EDT to 12:00 noon; Lunch - Immediately following FD setup; Meeting - 1:00pm EDT, before FD operations begin.  All available members are encouraged to be on deck to help with setup activities.

Location:  God's Cozy Acres, 2315 Big Sandy Rd, Philadelphia, TN  37846

Invitees:  TLARC members, partners/spouses, and guests

Attire:  All attendees are encouraged to wear their TLARC t-shirts, name tags, and comfortable work clothes.  COVID facemasks are OPTIONAL.

 

FD operations will commence at 2:00pm EDT, following our general business session.  Our hope is many TLARC members can remain onsite after the meeting to participate in and observe TLARC's FD station operations.  As discussed in previous meetings, we plan to operate voice, CW, and digital modes on the HF and possibly VHF/UHF bands.  Please take this valuable opportunity to learn more about and work modes/bands new to you.  There will be lots to learn that can enhance your Ham knowledge and experience as well as improve your emergency communications capabilities.

 

I intend to forward the draft minutes from our 19 May 21 monthly meeting for your review early next week.

 

Please join us for what will be a fun, informative, and productive Saturday.  Thanks again for all you do, and we look forward to seeing you on the 26th!

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73,
Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF
Secretary, Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club


REMINDER - TLARC Net on Wed, 23 Jun 21, 7:00 PM EDT, w/ Field Day ZOOM Discussions Following Net Conclusion

Chuck Ferguson - N4CSF
 

TLARC Members and Guests,

Our next net is scheduled for Wednesday, 23 Jun 21, at 7:00 PM EDT.  Please join us on the WB4BSC club repeater at 442.100 MHz, +5.0 MHz Offset, PL Tone 100.0 Hz.  You can also join via ZOOM for a multi-mode communication experience during the net and stay connected for a Zoom-only Field Day planning discussion after the net closes.  The Zoom access info includes:

Join Zoom Meeting
 
Meeting ID: 815 823 5077
Passcode: TLARC
One tap mobile
+19292056099,,8158235077#,,,,*656767# US (New York)
+13017158592,,8158235077#,,,,*656767# US (Washington DC)
 
Dial by your location
        +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
        +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
        +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: 815 823 5077
Passcode: 656767
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k3LRmhHNQ.

The net usually convenes the 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesdays each month.  Those interested in becoming a weekly "Net Control" may contact Net Chair Randy Kruszka WK9M, and he will provide you the necessary information, script, and guidance to get you started.  This is a great training opportunity to develop your basic emergency communications skills...make the most of it!  We look forward to meeting you on the air and via Zoom tonite.

Lastly, please make sure you complete your Field Day surveys soonest and submit them to Jeff Buffington N4POD.  He's done a great job capturing all the possible volunteer positions and services needed to make this a successful club event.  Don't do like I have and procrastinate any longer!!  This year's Field Day proves to be a very special in-person gathering at God's Cozy Acres.  Take this opportunity to join your fellow club members in setting up for and learning/observing/operating 26-27 Jun 21.  You won't regret it!  We appreciate you all!!

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73,
Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF
Secretary, Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club


Re: Estate Sale

Lou Devillon
 

Thanks, Richard: you just saved me a trip. :-)


On Sat, Jun 19, 2021, 10:44 AM Richard Meyer W8CNY <richard@...> wrote:

I went to the estate sale and bought up all of the vacuum tubes, including a very nice tube caddy. If anybody needs tubes, you know where I am.
- Richard W8CNY


Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone


Re: Estate Sale

Richard Meyer W8CNY
 


I went to the estate sale and bought up all of the vacuum tubes, including a very nice tube caddy. If anybody needs tubes, you know where I am.
- Richard W8CNY


Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone


Re: Traffic Alert Hwy 444 At Food Lion

Bruce Benton
 

Thank you for sharing. This was a great service to all of us

XIV

On Jun 17, 2021, at 7:00 PM, David Weikert <kf4dkw@...> wrote:


Bad accident infront of the Food Lion on Hwy 444 in Tellico Village.

Stay clear of the area if you can for responders. A helicopter will be landing soon.

David Weikert 
KF4DKW 


Traffic Alert Hwy 444 At Food Lion

David Weikert
 

Bad accident infront of the Food Lion on Hwy 444 in Tellico Village.

Stay clear of the area if you can for responders. A helicopter will be landing soon.

David Weikert 
KF4DKW 


Estate Sale

Angela Montgomery
 


Hands Free Law in Ohio

Eric Ressler <kd8lhz@...>
 

Hello TLARC

I wanted to give you guys a heads up on a new bill making its way through the Ohio General Assembly

House Bill 283 will make Ohio a Hands Free state while driving. Ham radio operators are not exempt from this. If a ham is on the radio not responding to an emergency, he/she will be subject to a fine. If the ham is responding to an emergency, they are not subject to the fine

Please note that this will be a primary offense. You can be pulled over for talking on your radio.

I know that this is in Ohio, I wanted to share this with you all so be prepared later in the year.

The information I have received was from State Rep Cindy Abrams. 

Any questions, please ask.

Take care and 73 
Eric Ressler  KD8LHZ
Storm Chaser

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KD8LHZ 


REMINDER - TLARC Net on Wed, 16 Jun 21, 7:00 PM EDT

Chuck Ferguson - N4CSF
 

TLARC Members and Guests,

Our next net is scheduled tonite, 16 Jun 21, at 7:00 PM EDT.  Please join us on the WB4BSC club repeater at 442.100 MHz, +5.0 MHz Offset, PL Tone 100.0 Hz.  You can also join via Zoom for a multi-mode communication experience during the net and stay connected for a Zoom-only Field Day planning discussion after the net closes.  The Zoom access info includes:

Join Zoom Meeting
 
Meeting ID: 815 823 5077
Passcode: TLARC
One tap mobile
+19292056099,,8158235077#,,,,*656767# US (New York)
+13017158592,,8158235077#,,,,*656767# US (Washington DC)
 
Dial by your location
        +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
        +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
        +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: 815 823 5077
Passcode: 656767
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k3LRmhHNQ.

The net usually convenes the 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesdays each month.  We typically reserve the 3rd Wednesday for our monthly club meetings.  However, since our Jun meeting has been rescheduled for Saturday 26 Jun 21 to coincide with Field Day events, we decided to hold a 3rd Wednesday net tonite.

Those interested in becoming a weekly "Net Control" may contact Net Chair Randy Kruszka WK9M, and he will provide you the necessary information, script, and guidance to get you started.  This is a great training opportunity to develop your basic emergency communications skills...make the most of it!  We look forward to meeting you on the air and via Zoom tonite.

Lastly, please make sure you complete your Field Day surveys soonest and submit them to Jeff Buffington N4POD.  He's done a great job capturing all the possible volunteer positions and services needed to make this a successful club event.  Don't do like I have and procrastinate any longer!!  This year's Field Day proves to be a very special in-person gathering at God's Cozy Acres.  Take this opportunity to join your fellow club members in setting up for and learning/observing/operating 26-27 Jun 21.  You won't regret it!  We appreciate you all!!

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73,
Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF
Secretary, Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club


Re: RamSat successful deployment

mike wagner
 

Congratulations 🎊🎈🍾! 
Glad to hear! 

Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES 

On Jun 15, 2021, at 5:30 PM, Brent Martin <brent6851@...> wrote:

 Cool.


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On Tuesday, June 15, 2021, 4:12 PM, George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:

Awesome accomplishment - way to go Team RamSat!  Very cool videos of the deployment from the ISS. I’ll bet the students were rockin’ when that occurred yesterday. 

George N2APB

On Jun 15, 2021, at 2:41 PM, David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:



RamSat, the CubeSat project developed by the Robertsville Middle School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was successfully deployed from the International Space Station at 05:05 EST yesterday. Post deployment activation occurred, and we have been receiving telemetry transmissions indicating nominal conditions. In the next week we expect to receive our first set of Keplerian elements, allowing accurate tracking by ground stations across the world.

 

We have an excellent blog detailing the efforts, including the fantastic videos of the actual deployment. Check it out at: https://sites.google.com/view/ramsat/home

 

Additionally, we are working to create an online dashboard to view current and historical telemetry with visual trending. Stay tuned for additional details.

 

David, N1ESK


Re: RamSat successful deployment

Brent Martin
 

On Tuesday, June 15, 2021, 4:12 PM, George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:

Awesome accomplishment - way to go Team RamSat!  Very cool videos of the deployment from the ISS. I’ll bet the students were rockin’ when that occurred yesterday. 

George N2APB

On Jun 15, 2021, at 2:41 PM, David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:



RamSat, the CubeSat project developed by the Robertsville Middle School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was successfully deployed from the International Space Station at 05:05 EST yesterday. Post deployment activation occurred, and we have been receiving telemetry transmissions indicating nominal conditions. In the next week we expect to receive our first set of Keplerian elements, allowing accurate tracking by ground stations across the world.

 

We have an excellent blog detailing the efforts, including the fantastic videos of the actual deployment. Check it out at: https://sites.google.com/view/ramsat/home

 

Additionally, we are working to create an online dashboard to view current and historical telemetry with visual trending. Stay tuned for additional details.

 

David, N1ESK


Re: RamSat successful deployment

George N2APB
 

Awesome accomplishment - way to go Team RamSat!  Very cool videos of the deployment from the ISS. I’ll bet the students were rockin’ when that occurred yesterday. 

George N2APB

On Jun 15, 2021, at 2:41 PM, David Andrews <n1esk1@...> wrote:



RamSat, the CubeSat project developed by the Robertsville Middle School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was successfully deployed from the International Space Station at 05:05 EST yesterday. Post deployment activation occurred, and we have been receiving telemetry transmissions indicating nominal conditions. In the next week we expect to receive our first set of Keplerian elements, allowing accurate tracking by ground stations across the world.

 

We have an excellent blog detailing the efforts, including the fantastic videos of the actual deployment. Check it out at: https://sites.google.com/view/ramsat/home

 

Additionally, we are working to create an online dashboard to view current and historical telemetry with visual trending. Stay tuned for additional details.

 

David, N1ESK


Re: RamSat successful deployment

michael J. foley
 

Great news!!! 

A new adventure begins!!! 

Well done students, tech advisors and all involved with the project!!


RamSat successful deployment

David Andrews
 

RamSat, the CubeSat project developed by the Robertsville Middle School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was successfully deployed from the International Space Station at 05:05 EST yesterday. Post deployment activation occurred, and we have been receiving telemetry transmissions indicating nominal conditions. In the next week we expect to receive our first set of Keplerian elements, allowing accurate tracking by ground stations across the world.

 

We have an excellent blog detailing the efforts, including the fantastic videos of the actual deployment. Check it out at: https://sites.google.com/view/ramsat/home

 

Additionally, we are working to create an online dashboard to view current and historical telemetry with visual trending. Stay tuned for additional details.

 

David, N1ESK


Re: Bacon aficionados

Chuck Ferguson - N4CSF
 

Regretfully, I must say I’ve never knowingly eaten Benton’s bacon.  Toqua Sports Bar & Grill advises they don’t serve Benton’s, but their thick-cut is awfully tasty!  Here’s hoping Z Fish House does!

73,
Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF

On Tue, Jun 15, 2021 at 9:03 AM mike wagner via groups.io <kk6oku=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
🤔 
Good question! 
I think Z fish house and toqua bar and grill. May want to call them to confirm. 


Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES 

On Jun 15, 2021, at 2:04 AM, Jeff Buffington N4POD <jeffn4pod@...> wrote:


What?  No bacon in the house?  Next you're going to tell me she won't let you keep bacon grease on hand. Is it possible to cook without it?  Think of all the yummy fried potatoes you're missing out on.🤗  

On Mon, Jun 14, 2021 at 9:50 PM George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:
Okay you Bacon-ites, what restaurant serves Benton’s Bacon?  The kids are visiting and I want them to experience this high.

(My wife forbids that intense smell in the house.  She lets me have my way in the radio room so I don’t fight on this issue.)

Thoughts?

73, George N2APB





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73,
Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF
Secretary, Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club

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