J65SLI35 QSL Card
The J6DX Group organized a DXpedition to St. Lucia this year.
We were asked to donate to the project in order to purchase solar panels for
the QRP 5w operation. Several clubs and individuals also donated to the project,
including the following:
Budd W4FF, Buddipole (antennas), SCARS,
WA4GIF Butch Weber and various individuals in those clubs.
They ran SSB, CW and Digital. Above is the QSL card that will
be sent to amateurs who worked the DXpedition. Our very own John Carson, KD5SRW,
is the QSL Manager for the event.
They will also be active Easter weekend.
The Aeronautical Center Amateur Radio Club, Inc.'s mission
is to offer its members a means of demonstrating and sharing their knowledge,
skills, and experiences in amateur radio with others and provide emergency
communications services to the community. This is accomplished through support
of local and national amateur radio events and drills, conducting licensing
workshops and training in emergency communications procedures. Some of these
include the Rush Springs Annual Watermelon Festival, the OKC Memorial Marathon
and Amateur Radio support during Preparedness Drills and Exercises conducted
by local first-responder agencies.
The club call sign is W5PAA and operates several repeaters
at 146.670, 146.850, 146.925, 146.985, 444.100 and 927.4875, as well as a
packet digipeater at 145.010, which extends the range of club members and
other radio amateurs in the greater Oklahoma City area. We also operate several
repeaters under the callsign KW5FAA at 442.300, 444.400 and 444.850 as part
of our State Wide Amateur Net (SWAN).
Next Monthly Club Meeting
May 1, 2014 at 6:30 PM
OKC Police and Fire Dept. Training Center
800 N Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City OK, 73118
For a complete list of events, including club meetings, please
visit our calendar.
OKC Memorial Marathon - Signup and Instructions
Please visit the website for more details. Click here for marathon instructions.