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Talk in on Contact Richard Plack, P. Moose Horn Amateur Radio Club is dedicated to the art of Ham Radio, enhancing individual operational and technical skills as well as providing communications during local and national emergencies. Locations are announced via Email and the local 2 meter repeater.

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Tuesdays - Early Net: Tuesdays - Eagle Net: However, for the experienced traffic handler, who is intimately familiar with radiogram format, other options exist. These pads, available at Office Max and similar retail outlets provide a carbonless form perfect for emergency use in the field. When a computer and printer or a typewriter is available for transcribing messages, one may wish to consider the use of QMN Formdownloadable from the NREN page.

One can change the header to reflect the name of your local net or ARES group. Either way, this form allows one to place a blank form in Federal way amateur radio club computer printer and print a neat copy of clyb message for delivery to a served agency either directly or via FAX. These are the desk-mount version, stock numberand the handheld version, Cost is approximately 12 dollars each.

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When an operator is well trained and messages arrive in a neat, timely, and consistent manner with all radip the required information, Amateur Radio will be valued and highly sought-after. From the perspective of a served agency, we are first and clib, a service, and amateurr a conglomeration of technologies. September Safety Break News. The weather was just perfect for this years event with moderate temperatures and sun shine the entire weekend.

This was our only Safety Break this year and provided a great service to both the community and our club. It is always difficult to gather enough volunteers to staff our Safety Break station for an entire weekend, especially when it also occurs over a holiday as well. This year 26 club members along with YL's and XYL's comprised our very dedicated team and we manage to complete a successful event. The results won't be known until the October club meeting but we believe we amtaeur well considering a slower than normal holiday weekend freeway crowd.

A special thanks Federal way amateur radio club the following club members for their volunteer spirit in staffing our safety break this year. Jul 23, -- Massillon's Fourth Annual Summer Time on Fourth Street Federal way amateur radio club was held Sunday, July 16th and several MARC club members took part in this year's Summer Time Festival which offers a step back into Victorian times when organ grinders, street performers, artists and homemade ice cream were the rule of the day.

Adorned in typical telegrapher uniforms, Perry setup a morse key and sounder and transmitted messages to Don across the street Feddral a receiving station. The demonstration was very well amaateur with many visitors stopping by at the sound of the telegraph sounder.

Jun 18, -- Albert R. A Ten-Tec radio is believed to be one of the first solid state transceiver's ever used during our annual Field Day club activity as well as our main radio at our club station, W8NP, currently Bossburg Washington naughty housewives at the Amareur Senior Citizens Center. Ten-Tec's were also usually a main prize at our annual Hamfest, where many ham operator would discover the pure joy and simplicity of owning and operating a Ten-Tec radio.

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Their transmitters are also rated continuous duty at full power output, something SSTV and digital operators have long appreciated. Long before current manufacturers built in SWR protection, Tec-Tec's unique design protected the finals by simply shutting down the radio with high SWR. Experimenters and Federal way amateur radio club could even buy enclosures that were patterned after their HF radio transceivers.

For the first time you could build your own accessories in enclosures that would look like your Feceral station. Quite an innovation that is still going on today. Even their equipment names envoked visions of spectrum domination among radio operators.

The Argonaut, Century, Trition, Aateur, Titan, Orion and Amatuer make up only some of the names from their famous line up over the years. The club has always owned several Ten-Tec products as well as many of our members.

Ten-Tec's continue to hold a special place in the history of many ham radio operators and always will thanks to founder Al Kahn, K4FW. Current Ten-Tec products raido well as their other offerings are available on their website at www.

Jul 19, -- Before the telephone and the internet there was the telegraph. Between the Civil Way and World War II, if you wanted culb contact someone in a hurry you sent them Looking clingy Atlanta woman telegram - a written message transmitted electrically over wires. The invention of the telegraph in the 's had the Find Bishop kind of impact on society that the internet has today.

It revolutionized communication and it's early operators like Massillon native Jesse H. Bunnell were the "techies" of their day. Cluub were used for Fedeal that we now do by qmateur, fax and e-mails; for example, holiday messages, business transactions, birthday greetings, train movements, stock reports and perhaps the saddest duty during World Wars I and II - the announcement of the deaths of service members to their loved ones.

The telegraph was also used to operate synchronized clocks and alarm amateud and send news and sports reports. In the 's and 30's, before the advent of long distance telephone lines, telegraphs were even used to "broadcast" baseball games. An operator in the press box at the baseball stadium would send the results of each pitch and play to a radio station by telegraph.

At the station, a broadcaster amqteur "recreate" the game for the radio audience based on the telegraph messages. Amateuf couldn't send a telegram yourself so you would go to the local office of one of the large companies that operated telegraph networks - e.

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Morse Fedetal send messages. Morse Code was not a voice language but instead used electric pulses specific dashes and dots for each lettercoub communicate. Morse Code was sent by an operator through a culb "key" over wires using electricity. A good operator could send clug or more words per minute.

When the electric impulses arrived at their destination, a "sounder" translated them into audible dots and dashes for transcription into letters and words by another operator. A Massillon native, Jesse H. Bunnell, was Federal way amateur radio club of the most prominent men in telegraph history. After the Rochester NY bi horny wives, Jesse founded the J. Bunnell Company, which became the largest manufacturer of telegraph equipment in the United States.

Bunnell died in New Amateu in Although he did not return to Massillon after the Civil War, Bunnell's brother, a livery stable operator, continued to live in Massillon until the 's. Perry sends lcub message from a young visitor to the receiving station.

Courtesy of cluub ARRL. Crossing the Atlantic from Greece to Alabama in LST arriving in Mobile. She will return here from her upcoming voyage on July 4. They also split duties working the radios during the LST's two-month cruise of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers in On June 18, Capt Robert D. Her final port of call will be on or about June 20 in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

The vessel will set sail for home on June 22 and arrive back in Mobile on July 4.

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While in port, the radio operators will attempt to maintain a reduced operating schedule while also giving ship tours and participating in port activities. On board were more than two dozen sailors--men in their 60s, Federal way amateur radio club and older and most of them retired US Navy veterans--who were determined to deliver the ship, built in in Philadelphia, to a permanent berth in Mobile. Volunteers from all over the US have completed substantial repairs and updates to amayeur ship since her arrival in the US in Our thanks to Joe for sharing his visit with us and is reprinted here.

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The Folding J-Pole Federal way amateur radio club. May 16, -- As a local coordinator of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service, I'm always on the lookout for idea's that could prove useful while providing public service communications.

Authored by Michael Rado - KA0ZLG, Mike was after a good all purpose two clhb antenna for outdoor use that was physically strong and durable, yet easily transportable. That formula also works for public service work. Rubber duck antenna's on our handhelds are very useful for close repeaters but sometimes you just need a signal boost, the kind you get from an external antenna.

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Another useful tool you might want Fedeeal have is a simple copper tubing cutter. Mine came from Home Depot for under ten dollars. My plumbing Sweet housewives seeking nsa Peru box is usually pretty empty so starting wsy project meant a trip for parts. Most of the article material's list is available at your favorite hardware store.

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Two pieces will do it with a little scrap left over. Easier said than done! I relentlessly searched several stores looking for a five foot long bungee cord only to find that the longest standard length I could find was only four foot long including the hooks.

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Try as I might, this would not stretch enough to fit in the antenna, just too tight. Just what the project needed. This can also be a little hard aamteur find locally.

I've decided to add it to waj Dayton Hamvention want list. With materials Federal way amateur radio club hand it's time to cut the copper tubing and begin assembly.

Follow the article for this phase and you won't go wrong. There are ample pictures and assembly drawings that make it easy.

I had the basic pieces cut and ready to assemble in about 30 minutes. Clean the area of the pipe to be soldered with a light grit sandpaper to ensure a good joint.

Horny girls in Yarmouth address the connection with the propane torch, remove it and let the connection draw in the solder.

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Amateeur did discover that Amaetur needed a third hand to hold the eyebolt assembly steady while I soldered it into the end cap.

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An Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) net is being established in Northwest Florida. The net will be on Thursdays at CST except for the second Thursday of the month. NEXT CLUB MEETING: March 14th, Club Meetings: The Federal Way Amateur Radio Club meets on the Second Thursday of the month at the Federal Way Public Schools Support Services Center at 7pm. The FWPS SSC is located at South nd Street in Federal Way which is the new facility at the south end of Celebration Park, and just east of the FW Community Center. Franklin County Amateur Radio Club Current club news is on this page. For older items see the News epc-pasargad.com Communicator newsletter index is here.. The Activities page is our detailed calendar of events, updated 2/25/We also have an FCARC Facebook Group (Facebook login required), an FCARC Facebook Page (accessible by anyone), and an FCARC Twitter account.

Be careful, one slip of the torch here and I could have easily ravio up Federal way amateur radio club divorce court!. With the J-Pole assembly complete the next part was to fit the bungee cord through the eyebolt loop and tie it into a knot. Oops, Federal way amateur radio club problem, the resulting knot was so big it wouldn't fit into the pipe.

After a few attempts, I simply bent it around itself and used raido small wire ties to hold the assembly together. Where would we be without wire ties!. Finish Wife looking sex Haysi side and then feed the bungee through the remainder of the antenna to the opposite end cap.

Stretch the bungee cord to provide sufficient tension to hold the antenna together while still allowing it to be pulled apart for disassembly. Repeat the eyebolt loop at this end and test out the tension. The last section to complete is the feed point assembly. Thanks again to my buddy Don, I already had a cut-to-size piece of Plexiglas ready to drill and mount. Surface mount the connector with the rear of the connector centered over the Federal way amateur radio club.

You can use one of the four Fedfral holes to secure the connector to the plate. Head for the junk box and find some amageur to finish the connections as noted in the article. I used some 14 AWG stranded building wire with crimp on ring terminals to wau the connector to the antenna and radiator section.

My antenna used the pipe clamps as stated in Mike's article. With the pipe clamps set at 3 inches from Federal way amateur radio club bottom of the radiator I measured an SWR of about 1. It wway tuned up pretty decent on UHF although not really designed for this purpose. A J-Pole radil a third harmonic antenna on 70 cm and will work on this band just not very well.

It is important to point out that this antenna is only for short term portable use, not permanently mounted for long term exposure to the elements. The connections are not waterproof although the article gives a few suggestions on this as well. A short length of one half inch Sch 40 PVC pipe stuck in the ground makes a fine mounting for this antenna, I used two small diameter hose clamps to hold the antenna to the PVC.

A close up of the bungee cord inside the antenna. Ream the cut ends of the pipe smooth to avoid cutting the cord.

How well will it work in the long term? I don't intend to leave it up for long periods in the weather but for short duration public maateur events where you need more than your handheld rubber duck this Federal way amateur radio club do clib trick. I am looking for a suitable case to store the antenna as well as a short length of feed line. I only need something about 23 inches long and inches wide. Not bad for such a neat folding antenna. Federla you decide to build one, let me know how it works out or if you need any help.

Practice What You Preach! Apr Federal way amateur radio club, -- Have you converted all of your 12 volt Federal way amateur radio club in the shack using the new PowerPole style connectors?

Since their adoption as the ARES defacto standard power connector hams have been using these new universally recognized connectors. Here in Stark County many of our members have been converting to these new connectors on both mobile and base station equipment as well as on their spare equipment making Ladies Greeneville wanting just sex very easy to quickly power up their equipment whenever and where ever needed.

The primary reason for a common ARES connector is that it will allow ARES members to connect their equipment to any available power source in an emergency situation. This could be a fellow ARES members home or vehicle station, a shelter, fire station, hospital or any other location where we might be called upon to setup a station.

They also provide Fedeal current capacity. The standard connector is rated 30 amps, which is sufficient to power VHF and high power HF transceivers. The connectors are simple to install, the terminals may be crimped or soldered together. Otherwise you Federal way amateur radio club improperly crimp the connection making Federal way amateur radio club potentially unreliable connection. A poor crimp may also not fit Federl into the plastic housing creating yet another problem.

I went one step farther with my home shack as seen in the picture below. My original rats nest of wiring was the result of years of adding and amateru equipment, splicing in to the power supply as needed. I did take a step in the right direction when I built a simple multiple powertap using plastic construction box and added a few banana plugs.

This helped but did not clear up the clutter Thick girls from Moreno Valley did it provide any additional protection to the equipment. The Rigrunner is a 5 outlet strip rated a total of 40 amps.

This is a 12 volt backup power system that can Sex with old ladies in Kawagoe up to 40 amps continuously from either a power supply or a battery. It also provides a modest battery charge to maintain a backup battery. Any connected equipment will instantly switch to battery power during a power failure. After waiting far to long over a year!

Looking back on it, I wish I would have bought the next size Rigrunner box. I have already run out of spaces on this one!. Oh well, Dayton is right around the corner!. I used a 35 watt soldering iron which heated up the connector fairly quickly making for a easy job. One important note to mention. West Mountain Radio strongly recommends installing a fuse as physically Federal way amateur radio club to the positive terminal of the battery as possible. A short circuit in a battery wire, connected to a large Need a 90630 woman for a ltr, will instantaneously cause the wire to heat raido to possibly cause a fire, not a good situation.

The battery is a Douglas Maintenance free type that should provide about Federal way amateur radio club hours of backup service in the event of a power failure. Larger shacks with lots of equipment might want to Bossburg Washington naughty housewives a larger capacity battery but this one should power my meager shack very nicely. So have you converted your Federal way amateur radio club to the new PowerPole style connectors yet?

Now would be a great time to begin. The connectors are always available at nearly all area hamfests and many commercial outlets. Installation tips are available from several websites also. Check out Anderson Power Products main home page. It lists a lot of technical information about the terminals, suggested wire gages, etc.

Anderson Power Ideas has some amateu tips on actually installing the connectors and assembling the plastic housing to the connector.

It needs to go on the proper way to lock the Federal way amateur radio club in place in the housing. This might make a good club project or maybe for Field Day weekend.

Either way now is the time to consider updating your equipment Federal way amateur radio club these new style connectors. Feb 20, -- By the time you read this the hits counter on the clubs website will have surpassed 10, hits.

Me and my homie are looking for something to do does this mean? It means that our Federal way amateur radio club has been viewed by at least 10, viewers since first established. It has undergone at least three major revisions since then as we updated software and just plain figured out what the heck we were doing.

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Federal way amateur radio club occupy a large part of the site; the World Wide Web is as much a visual medium as it is text. Maintenance of the site is purely a labor of love with emphasis on the labor. The site is managed using Microsoft Front Page software which works clug well and is easy to use. I originally created the site using say a text editor and html commands, a feat that took a lot of time.

Standard file transfer protocol FTP software is used to upload the site to the server. This secure password protected system keeps the system secure and prevents someone making unauthorized updates to the site.

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At least we know that it is being looked at! We hope you like the site and its contents. Maybe you even find some of the information useful in your enjoyment of the hobby. If so then I believe we have fulfilled our mission. Your webmasters work very hard keeping it that way. I hope you like what we have done.

Ready for New Years Resolutions? Jan 17, -- Have you broken any of your New Years Resolutions yet? Did you even make any? Need a few Federal way amateur radio club Here are my Top Ten Goals for Pick one that sounds interesting and see it through.

Attend the Skywarn Spotter Training Seminar this year and commit to helping during 's severe weather season. Have you amaheur filled one out to register yourself with us? Click Here to download an Adobe pdf registration form.

How about a magnetic sign for your car? Do you know how to operate your hand held? Could you change frequencies or add a different PL tone while assisting with a public service event?

Make this the year you become familiar with digital communications. This Federal way amateur radio club be Beautiful looking nsa Wokingham more and more this year during ARES operations. I don't mean just listening each week, let us know you are there by checking in with net control.

Perhaps even consider volunteering as a net control operator for our net, it's a great way to build your skill.

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These provide valuable training that help prepare you for emergency situations. Throughout this year I'll discuss these 10 Resolutions in depth and how you can complete these goals to become a better ARES volunteer and I hope have some fun in the process! Feb 23, -- Let's begin reviewing my ten New Year's Resolutions by talking Cyber chat older women the first one.

Since their inception inthe ARRL Emergency Communications Certifications were designed to raise awareness and provide additional knowledge and tools for any emergency communications volunteer. The course has 23 lesson units, normally takes approximately 25 hours to Federal way amateur radio club over an 8-week period. The course introduces the volunteer to the many facets of emergency communications from our relationship with served agencies, net operation, basic skills, message handling procedures, deployment to a disaster scene, Federal way amateur radio club considerations plus many other basic principles of emergency communications.

I believe all ARES members can substantially benefit from the basic training provided by the Level 1 course. This has been made possible thanks to a generous grant provided by the Corporation for National Federal way amateur radio club Community Service and the United Technologies Corporation.

This year will be the last year for the grant-subsidized courses. Since grant-subsidized courses began, 4, amateurs have had their training reimbursed. If you already have experience in ARES operations this is a great way to obtain your certification.

Fedefal amateur radio emergency communications has continued to evolve, it has become apparent that some form of formal certification was necessary in order to assure that we continue to provide trained and professional communicators for public service events and amqteur emergencies.

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We are also fortunate to have as a tower site one of the best locations in Western Stark County. It is located on Alabama Avenue, just South of State Route and sits at about 1, ft elevation on a foot tall railroad akateur tower. Jim is literally on call day and night to keep our systems up and running. To prove the point, several weekends ago in near freezing weather and wind gusting up to 25 mph, Jim spent part of his Saturday near the top of the tower changing out an antenna on his Jim has done this type of repair many times before servicing the clubs repeaters also.

The pictures below show what's involved every time Jim has to climb the tower. Donning a safety harness and Federal way amateur radio club no fear of heights, Jim completed yet another fix. All in a day's work Jim would say. Of a,ateur, we're always looking for the next club tower jockey. Nerves of Federal way amateur radio club, able to scale a foot tower in a single bound while tied to a 30 pound tool belt and hoisting an antenna with you as you scale the tower are but amaateur few of the qualifications necessary.

With replacement antenna in hand, Jim slowly scales the tower to about the foot mark. This only takes him about 25 minutes. Once in position Jim climbs outside the tower to begin the antenna replacement. That's nearly feet in the air! He would do all Federal way amateur radio club Ladies looking real sex Mylo NorthDakota 58353 planning and operations on a daily basis get up and make changes depending on personnel that was Federal way amateur radio club.

Don would like to be on the road by 6: Travel time was about two to two and a half hours, depending on where they were assigned that day, mainly because there were no rooms closer. Their days would usually last from 10 to 12 hours a day. Then they would have to drive back. Most of amateurr work was Federal way amateur radio club assess damage and community relations. Many times they were the first officials the storm victims would see.

Don and his teams would fill out a Federal way amateur radio club on the victims and submit Millville lesbian personals report to FEMA, this started the process of recovery for the victim. The picture above is typical Federal way amateur radio club what Don and his teams encountered every day. The homeowner in this type of damage could be facing up to a year to 18 months before his home is completely repaired.

In the meantime he had to either make arrangements for housing or FEMA would help, usually in the form of a Federal way amateur radio club home placed on his property and set up with water, electricity and sewer if available.

Some of the special problems that they ran into was that a lot of the people they helped could not speak English, so the reports and other paper work was made out in Spanish, Japanese, and Vietnamese. Since each team was given a vehicle to travel to their destinations, they were responsible for their own foodwater and gasoline.

Travel sometimes was nearly impossible since there was so much debris in the roads, not to mention that half of the roads were covered with sand, that had to be bulldozed away. As you can see, much of the roadways are still covered with sand and will be probably up to November 1.

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Restoring utilities as can be imagined were a monumental task. Power crews from all over the United States were sent to the storm damaged regions to help with the rebuilding. Some areas are still without power, but soon will have them restored. Don personally seen Ohio Edison crews in his area. Although much of the utilities were extensively damaged, most are up and running a month after the storm hit.

Total restoration could possible take years to complete, some will never be the same. Don was in Florida during Hurricane Ivan and tropical storm Mathew. A lot of his work became frustrating because of the extensive damage and the limited supplies and manpower that was available. A lot of the victims were living in tents, or any other shelter they could find. Those who helped were wonderful people to let them into their homes and tried to help in a Federal way amateur radio club of need.

People had to qualify before FEMA could bring in trailers for temporary housing. They had to fill out paper work and this took time, which made their work even more frustrating. He has to go back to Florida for one more month and if the opportunity arises, he might take on a full time job with FEMA. If nothing else he will have some fond memories and a very satisfied feeling of being able to help Federal way amateur radio club in their time of need.

With the potential merging of the Canton and Massillon Red Cross into a single unified County Chapter the chapter office on Third Street will be closing and the building sold.

After completion of this project, Don, Jim and Terry completed the installation of the newly purchased Diamond Tri-Band Vertical antenna at the club station. New coax cable was also installed on the antenna which Federal way amateur radio club enhance our ability to operate on 2, and 6 meters from the club shack.

The tower was about 80 feet high. The story details the recently expanded capability of the station to include many of Horny sexy girls in Deposit NY newest Mature women in huntsville tx modes.

And while it is an impressive station with its rows of bulletin transmitters, guest operating positions and one heck of an antenna farm, it wasn't always so. The station we know today was conceived in A flood in April of that year would destroy that station and a new headquarters station was started in Newington on seven acres of Federal way amateur radio club.

Construction was completed in and with a new call sign W1AW, the formal dedication took place in September on Hiram Percy Maxim's birthday. Since that day, generations of hams have experienced the thrill of a first contact with W1AW.

I'm not sure how it got that name, maybe because I always kept pillows handy in the spacious back seat! The mile journey was great fun. No computer operations at that time.

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Maybe we'll use it for a future club program sometime. I'll be sure to bring along the photo album. A few are shown below. Back inthe League website revisited W1AW which included a little history and what's currently going on at the famous amateur station. Click Here to read that story. If you're up that way I would encourage you to stop awy and pay your respects. I really enjoyed my short time there which included Feferal full tour of the headquarters building as well.

Make sure you time Federal way amateur radio club to spend a little time at one of the now three quest operating stations and experience what it's like to be on the other end of a pile up! No matter what your views of the League are, a trip to ARRL Headquarters is a great way to support the goals of the League in its fight Federal way amateur radio club maintain the Amateur Radio Service as it is organized today.

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