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LARC Program for 7:30 PM, Wednesday, November 12, 2014, at LI-COR, 4647 Superior, Lincoln, NE

Board Nominations:  Details in October 2014 Lincoln LOG (see link above).

Also, Robert Fricke, WØPOL, Award–homebrew & kit presentations and judging.

Richard Carman, KAØDRN, Estate

The entirety of this estate will be sold at auction at this meeting!

Accessories

Hamtronics All Mode TNC

Handic SP1 SWR/Pwr meter

Heil HC4 Headset/mic & foot switch

HyGain SC 550A Speaker console

ICOM SM26 Microphone – needs repair

Kenwood MC50 Microphone

Kenwood MC60A Microphone

Kenwood MC85 Desk Mic/compressor

Kenwood SM 220 Station Monitor

Kenwood SP940 Speaker

MFJ 1704 4 posiiton coax switch

Radio Shack 21-534 Power/SWR meter

Turner Plus Three Microphone

Amplifiers

Dentron MT2000A Antenna Match

Kenwood TL 922A Linear

Antennas

AEA None Ground mount for vertical

Comet CF360 Duplexer

Cushcraft AR270 Dual-band ringo

GAP Counterpois 3-bundles

HyGain 52 foot crank-up tower

HyGain Tailtwister Rotor & Control head

Kenwood AT180 Matcher

LDG RBA 4:1 balun

MFJ Versa Tuner Antenna Match

None Antenna wir 250 feet –

     twisted 14g copper

Spauldinng HBDX 6 tower section

Unknown None Dual-band

     magnemount

Unknown Unknown Screwdriver antenna

CBs

HyGain Land Band CB

Stalker One 23 Channel CB

Computer accessories

Belkin 4-port hub

SignalLink

HF Radios

HyGain Galaxy GT

Kenwood TS-940S HF Transceiver

Kenwood TS520S HF transceiver

HTs

Vertex VX150 2-meter HT

Power Supplies

Astron RS 50M Power supply

Test Gear

MFJ 259B Antenna Analyzer

VHF Base

KLM Multi 2700 2-meter

     all-mode transceiver

VHF Mobiles

Kenwood TMD700 Dual band mobile

Kenwood TR7400A 2-Meter

Kenwood TS480 HF + 6 meters

     base/mobile

Yaesu FTM350 Dual band VHF/UHF

 

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The move to our new server is complete.  We had minimal downtime during the switchover.  Enjoy the site!

Jeremiah Parker

Sioux City Hamfest

Iowa State ARRL Convention
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Sponsored by the Sooland Amateur Radio Association
 
9:00 AM–2:00 PM, Saturday, October 11, 2014
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Sergeant Bluff Community Center
903 Topaz Drive, Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054
 
Talk-In: 146.970 (-)  (CTCSS 110.9 Hz)
 
Contact: Jim Rhodes, KØXU
429 East 26th Street South Sioux City, NE 68776
Phone:
712-898-2140 / Email: k0xu@arrl.net NOTE NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS
 
Tables are available: 2014tables@gmail.com. Setup Friday afternoon about 2-6. Doors open again Saturday at 8. Table fee collected at the site. Event ends at 2PM.
     –Bob, WBØRJJ

LARC Program for 7:30 PM, Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at LI-COR, 4647 Superior, Lincoln, NE

Mobile Installation 101

         Do you plan on setting up a 2-meter and/or 70-cm mobile rig?  Come to this Club meeting for tips and techniques on how to do it.  Bryan Leavitt, WØBCL, will take you through the steps and will provide ideas that will help you with the installation process.

        Also, the Club is in the process of standardizing memory channels and frequencies for the 2-meter and 70-cm bands.  This is important especially for emergency communications and will allow hams to rapidly change frequencies by going to predetermined memory locations. 

        A list of the frequencies / memory locations will be available at the October meeting, and the Club will have computers available for programming the most common HT radios with the standardized settings.  So bring your handhelds to the Club meeting and get them programmed with new settings.

     —Bryan Leavitt, WØBCL
 
Whether or not you have earned an Amateur Radio License, and whether or not you are an LARC member, you will find this program interesting.  All are welcome!

LARC Program for 7:30 PM, Wednesday, September 10, 2014, at LI-COR, 4647 Superior, Lincoln, NE

Fox Hunting Instructions and Demonstration

Cliff Mackey, KBØTXE, will provide an explanation of fox hunting followed by a demonstration of what to do and what not to do on a hunt. 
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Members are invited to bring their personal fox hunting equipment for “show and tell.”
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Hams interested in hunting down interfering radio signals, both accidental and malicious, can add their names to an on-call list.
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     –Bryan Leavitt, WØBCL
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Anyone interested in transmitter hunting, Club member or not, licensed Ham or not, will find this program informative. All are welcome!

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