W9DUA Club Station, Repeater, and other Technical Information.
QST QST QST: Please join us for the debut of the Lucille Fazi Falzone Memorial Ladies Net on Monday night at 8:00 PM. This net will meet weekly on Monday nights at 8:00 PM on the 443.000 repeater with a 94.8 tone and a positive offset. Jamie KD9FZI is your friendly net control operator. We will discuss anything the ladies would like to discuss from ham radio to meatloaf recipes and everything in between (is this like a 'ham' sandwich??). The plan is to evolve the net into the most fun a lady can have on a Monday night. In the percolator are t
On January 7, 2017 the W9DUA Fusion repeater was put online, currently the antenna is only about 50' up and is only a J-Pole. The repeater is putting out 20 watts of power. The Red Cross roof is not the permanent home of this repeater.
If you wish to try this machine, the frequency is 443.000+ (94.8 pl). It is setup in Auto/Auto mode. This means if you come in on analog FM then the repeater will output Analog FM. If you come in on C4FM Fusion mode, that is what the machine will output.
Provide logistical communications support for the American Lung Associations Fight for Air Stair climb.
Save the date. Contact KA9KQH with any questions or if you want to work the event.
Taking advantage of temperatures in the 40s on the last day of 2016, W9DUA Station Trustee, Dwayne Terry KA9KQH led a team of volunteers in installing a 300' HF loop and four dual-band J-Poles at the SVRC Club station.
Thank you to all who participated!
Dwayne Terry KA9KQH
Tom Casson KD9GMS
Craig Held WX9CAH
Larry Lichtenberger KA9LBI
Will Sommers WR5C
Ken Owens KA9VYN
Tim McDonough N9PUZ
Jon Theoret KF8CF
Gary Stevens KD9GMP
Sharon Robson KC9UJB
David Bruce AB9YG