2019 DARC ARRL Field Day

Come join in the ARRL Field Day 2019 fun with the Dallas Amateur Radio Club. This is an open invitation – you don’t even need to have a HAM Radio license or call sign. The DARC will be operating from a new and exciting location – we will NOT be at Flag Pole Hill in Dallas. ARRL Field Day actually starts on the air activities at 1pm Saturday June 22, 2019 and runs until Sunday June 23, 2019. The Club will be operating as 3A during the entire time.

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Skynet 6-15-19 “The Moons of Neptune” & Constellation Sagittarius 9PM CT

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SKYNET!!!! 9PM CT – 10:30PM CT

Saturday’s Topic: “The Moons of Neptune & Constellation Sagittarius”

Net Control: Brenda WB5OZL

Afterglow Movie 10:30PM: Spaced Invaders (1990)

2-Meter Repeater W5FC: 146.880MHz, PL 110.9, –
Echolink: W5FC-R, node 37247.

Youtube.com Search “DARC Skynet”
Facebook.com Search “DARC Skynet”
Twitch.tv Search “KE5ICX”

Direct Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCishlh8WmW7OXy9Q6sxsaag

Yahoo Groups: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/skynet
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/306498286059167/
Saturday’s DARC SkyNet is at 9PM CT.

Discussion Topic of the Evening

The Moons of Neptune

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Tech Net News 06-15-2019

SolarCycle25 Get ready: Field Day is coming! Be sure to sign up if you’d like to reserve some time on one of the radios.

There’s no separate Lecture and Lab event this month; we’ll be having an educational event at Field Day instead.

Remember, if you have announcements you’d like to share, just let the club know and one of our members will update this news post—even during the net.

The contest calendar is mostly quiet, but the June edition of the Stew Perry Topband Challenge is in progress; if you like 160-meter CW, now’s the time to get on the air. If you need contacts in West Virginia, their state QSO party is happening this weekend.

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Tech Net News 06-08-2019

cas satellite.pngField Day is coming up fast! We really hope you’ll join us; it’s going to be a new experience at our new, air-conditioned location.

There’s really not much else on our calendar for the next couple of weeks. We’re getting ready for Field Day, arranging for time off from work, and checking the radios we bought at Ham-Com. There’s no separate Lecture and Lab event this month; we’ll be having an educational event at Field Day instead.

Remember, if you have announcements you’d like to share, just let the club know and one of our members will update this news post—even during the net.

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