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Spot the station

mike wagner
 

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SUBJ:SpotTheStation
MSG:Time: Sun Aug 23 6:19 AM, Visible: 4 min, Max Height: 43 degrees, Appears: SSW, Disappears: E

Mike
KK6OKUnicorn
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES


Another great time to view the ISS...

 

Should be excellent weather for each pass, on 2 different days......
--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG


Re: Minutes of tonight's meeting

Robert Foster
 

Hi Dave &/or group,

 

Due to external family situation I find it necessary to resign from TLARC. This comes from much thought and consideration. I have enjoyed the club since its beginning thanks to Alan Tarbel’s initiation starting the club.

 

I’ll keep my BaoFung charged & my license active, however!

 

Bob Foster, AE4YJ

 

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From: David Andrews
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 8:55 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] Minutes of tonight's meeting

 

 

 


Signed TLARC documents

David Andrews
 

Attached please find the new Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws of the Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club.

 

Thanks, David N1ESK


Minutes of tonight's meeting

David Andrews
 

 


TLARC Quiz for Math Brains

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

Who can figure out the answer? KD9PPH calculated the answer.


TLARC meeting tonight - Zoom login details

David Andrews
 

David Andrews is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

 

Join Zoom Meeting

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TLARC weekly meeting

David Andrews
 


Final Notice - TLARC Constitution and By-Laws final actions

David Andrews
 

TLARC members,

 

For some time now we have been working on revisions to the existing TLARC Constitution and Bylaws. These activities are about to conclude with the vote to accept at our next monthly TLARC meeting tomorrow evening, August 19th at 7:30 PM on Zoom.

 

At our February meeting, a motion was made to appoint a committee to review the Constitution and By-Laws and recommend changes to the membership. This action was concurrent with actions to apply to become a Tennessee Non-Profit Corporation and to apply for exempt status under section 501(c)3 of the IRS Code.

 

The By-Laws committee started proceedings in May, completed their work on May 28 with a unanimous vote to proceed, then submitted their proposed changes to the officers. The officers unanimously approved the changes  and the documents were then distributed to the TLARC membership via email on May 30th and again on July 14th for review. The timetable was announced in accordance with the existing By-Laws, providing for discussion in July and a vote to approve in August. The proposed changes were discussed at the July 15th monthly meeting, and with that, the vote to approve is now upon us.

 

Please make every effort to attend the August 19th meeting. This email satisfies the requirements specified in Article VII of the current Constitution, specifically that “An attempt must be made to notify all members in good standing of the proposal to amend the Constitution and/or By-Laws.”

 

David Andrews, N1ESK, TLARC Secretary

 


Re: CQ Newsroom Update

George N2APB
 

Holy cow, I didn’t know something was brewing!  I’m guessing that one of the Phaser Kit owners is affiliated with CQ Magazine and he wrote a MAGNIFICENT 10-page product review of the Phaser!  Just looked at it here with my online subscription.  Unfortunately I can’t share that but can recommend CQ Mag as a great ham periodical.  Here’s the link to the site with the cover and table of contents.

 

Thanks all for the congrats!  TLARC was the first to build the Phasers back in November!!

 

George N2APB

https://midnightdesignsolutions.com/

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Juan Lopez
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 10:15 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] CQ Newsroom Update

 

Our famous N2APB Master Tinkerer gets noticed by CQ magazine. Way to go George. We are proud of you!

 

Juan

AC6ZM

 

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Subject: CQ Newsroom Update



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Christopher Brault, KD8YVJ, Named 2020 Amateur Radio Newsline Young Ham of the Year - 18-year-old from Ohio is a contesting mentor and social media director for the Youth on the Air organization

 

NOAA: Expect More, Stronger and Longer-Lived Tropical Storms -

Updated prediction for 2020 hurricane season calls for 19-25 named storms, what the agency calls "one of the most active seasonal forecasts that NOAA has produced in its 22-year history of hurricane outlooks."

 

ARRL Board Approves New HF Band Plan - Many of the proposed changes will require FCC action on a variety of already-submitted proposals, including one calling for Technician Class voice privileges on 80, 40, and 15 meters

 

Loss of Part of 9-Centimeter Band Now a Virtual Certainty- White House says path has been cleared for new 5G wireless band starting at 3.45 GHz

 

QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo a Success - Online hamfest drew 26,000 registrations and at least 14,000 people participated each day

 

RBN Gaining 15 New Nodes - The Reverse Beacon Network (RBN) will be adding 15 new nodes, using grants from the Yasme Foundation and Amateur Radio Digital Communications

 

WSPRing Waves - A new Weak Signal Propagation Reporter beacon has been deployed on board a marine buoy in the Pacific Ocean

 

Call Sign Changes Down Under - Australia is eliminating its 2x4 call sign format for Foundation Class licensees and allowing all hams to apply for 2x3 calls

 

AMSAT-DL Wants to Put a Ham Transponder on the Moon - German amateur satellite group has applied to include an amateur radio repeater on the European Space Agency's Large European Lander project

 

Details on these stories and more are online in the CQ Newsroom at:

 Please read the full story before making comments. Thank you!

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Will Cycle 25 Be One for the Ages?

 

Results: 2020 CQ WW 160-Meter Contest

 

"Peanut" for Amateur Radio

 

Build an Adjustable-Voltage Add-On for your Power Supply

 

Plus...

CQ Reviews: Midnight Design Solutions "Phaser" Transceiver Kit

A New Contest QSL Strategy

 

 

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CQ SEPTEMBER - sneak preview

Signals from Down Under

 

Results: 2020 CQ WPX SSB Contest

 

CQ Reviews: Eton Elite 750 Receiver

 

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The COVID-19 Spike On the Air

See Spot Run ... Across the Sun

 

 

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CQ Amateur Radio sponsors a wide range of operating awards and on-air contests.

 

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Congrats!

R Monserrat
 

George, N2APB, congrats in getting noticed by CQ magazine. No wonder I can never get you on air now!
The best to you George.

Ralph
KM4TUY


Re: CQ Newsroom Update

W4SSF
 

Way to go George!


Re: CQ Newsroom Update

michael J. foley
 

Great job, George!

Thanks for the heads up, Juan!

When is the launch, Mike? Time?

 

Mike

K4MJF

 

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From: mike wagner via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 10:29 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] CQ Newsroom Update

 

Awesome George! Congrats 🎊
Thanks Juan for the heads up.
Starlink launch today ....reminder.
73’s all.

Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
All That Motorsports


Mike
KK6OKUnicorn
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES

 


Re: CQ Newsroom Update

mike wagner
 

Awesome George! Congrats 🎊
Thanks Juan for the heads up.
Starlink launch today ....reminder.
73’s all.

Mike
KK6OKU 🦄
All That Motorsports


Mike
KK6OKUnicorn
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
Loudon County ARES


CQ Newsroom Update

Juan Lopez
 

Our famous N2APB Master Tinkerer gets noticed by CQ magazine. Way to go George. We are proud of you!

Juan
AC6ZM

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Get Outlook for Android


From: CQ Amateur Radio <d.kehrwieder@...>
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2020, 17:14
To: ac6zm@...
Subject: CQ Newsroom Update

CQ Communications, Inc.

CQ Amateur Radio's  
August issue highlights are on CQ's website!  

Click on the cover 
above to view.   
    
 
Click on links below to Subscribe today!
_____________

SUMMER
Madness
Specials!
EXTRA Issues!
PRINT Edition: 
 
DIGITAL Edition: 
COMBO Sub - Both 
Print & Digital Editions 
Click on the prices above to 
Order today! 
___________
 

CQ Communications, Inc.


Christopher Brault, KD8YVJ, Named 2020 Amateur Radio Newsline Young Ham of the Year - 18-year-old from Ohio is a contesting mentor and social media director for the Youth on the Air organization

NOAA: Expect More, Stronger and Longer-Lived Tropical Storms -
Updated prediction for 2020 hurricane season calls for 19-25 named storms, what the agency calls "one of the most active seasonal forecasts that NOAA has produced in its 22-year history of hurricane outlooks."
 
ARRL Board Approves New HF Band Plan - Many of the proposed changes will require FCC action on a variety of already-submitted proposals, including one calling for Technician Class voice privileges on 80, 40, and 15 meters
 
Loss of Part of 9-Centimeter Band Now a Virtual Certainty- White House says path has been cleared for new 5G wireless band starting at 3.45 GHz
 
QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo a Success - Online hamfest drew 26,000 registrations and at least 14,000 people participated each day
 
RBN Gaining 15 New Nodes - The Reverse Beacon Network (RBN) will be adding 15 new nodes, using grants from the Yasme Foundation and Amateur Radio Digital Communications
 
WSPRing Waves - A new Weak Signal Propagation Reporter beacon has been deployed on board a marine buoy in the Pacific Ocean
 
Call Sign Changes Down Under - Australia is eliminating its 2x4 call sign format for Foundation Class licensees and allowing all hams to apply for 2x3 calls
 
AMSAT-DL Wants to Put a Ham Transponder on the Moon - German amateur satellite group has applied to include an amateur radio repeater on the European Space Agency's Large European Lander project

Details on these stories and more are online in the CQ Newsroom at:
 Please read the full story before making comments. Thank you!

*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  * 

CQ AUGUST
Will Cycle 25 Be One for the Ages?

Results: 2020 CQ WW 160-Meter Contest

"Peanut" for Amateur Radio

Build an Adjustable-Voltage Add-On for your Power Supply

Plus...
CQ Reviews: Midnight Design Solutions "Phaser" Transceiver Kit
A New Contest QSL Strategy


*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *
  
CQ SEPTEMBER - sneak preview
Signals from Down Under

Results: 2020 CQ WPX SSB Contest

CQ Reviews: Eton Elite 750 Receiver

Plus...
The COVID-19 Spike On the Air
See Spot Run ... Across the Sun


           *  *  *  *  *  *  *  * *  *   
CQ Amateur Radio is the magazine for active hams, with a focus on the practical. Every article is clearly written and aimed at involving you, the reader . . . whether it's a story of operating from some exotic location, an article to deepen your understanding of ham radio science and technology, or a fun-to-build project that will have practical use in your ham shack.
 
CQ Amateur Radio sponsors a wide range of operating awards and on-air contests.
 
CQ is a monthly publication available in both print and digital editions. 
 
Subscribe today!
Join us on our monthly journey through the broad and varied landscape of the world's most fascinating hobby!  

Print edition, digital edition or both . . . the choice is yours! Click here to subscribe!
 
Follow us on Facebook and, now, Twitter (@deCQCQCQ)!

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Help wanted on Saturday, August 22

David Andrews
 

TLARC’ers,

 

I’m looking for a few helping hands this Saturday morning (August 22nd). I have a small tower project in my backyard that needs to be moved from horizontal to vertical and checked for clearance, then lowered again for additional work. Total time on site should be one hour or less. I think 4-5 people will make quick work of this evolution. If you’re available and willing to lend a hand please email me directly at n1esk1@.... As a bonus, free water will be provided.

 

Thanks, David N1ESK


Re: Breakfast with Brad ... enjoyable time together!

Jacob Lindsey ( KN4YAV ) and Kayla Lindsey ( KO4DEG )
 

Haha i like that! Looks like a good time! Sorry we couldnt make it

Jacob Lindsey
KN4YAV
73

On Fri, Aug 14, 2020, 13:04 George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:
See attached and at top of our homepage.

72, George N2APB
https://www.tlarc.org/ 






Breakfast with Brad ... enjoyable time together!

George N2APB
 

See attached and at top of our homepage.

72, George N2APB
https://www.tlarc.org/


Re: Your TLARC officers at work

michael J. foley
 

Absolutely awesome!!! Great job!

Mike
K4MJF

On Wed, Aug 12, 2020, 8:03 PM Jacob Lindsey ( KN4YAV ) and Kayla Lindsey ( KO4DEG ) <jmlredtail@...> wrote:
This was great to get especially at work haha!

Jacob Lindsey
KN4YAV
73

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Re: Your TLARC officers at work

Jacob Lindsey ( KN4YAV ) and Kayla Lindsey ( KO4DEG )
 

This was great to get especially at work haha!

Jacob Lindsey
KN4YAV
73

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