Club Wheatshocker Nets

***Every Wednesday***
#1 - 8:00 PM Fusion Digital on 442.600 MHz.
#2 - After the Digital Net is the 40m                 Roundtable around 7.273 MHz LSB.

***Every Thursday***
#1 -  8:00 PM on 145.290 MHz(-) with a         151.4 Hz tone.
#2 - After the 2m Net is the 10m Roundtable  on 28.475 MHz USB.


Upcoming Meetings & Programs

July 12, 2019   7:00 pm

- Field Day Debrief.

July 26, 2019   7:00 pm

NOTE: Due to work being done at the Church, Please enter through the East Doors.

- Field Day Video.




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President's Corner

July 2019

Field Day 2019 is now in the log--a soggy log, at that. We were able to work for about 6 hours, but had to shut down when thunderstorms started to develop south and southwest of our Field Day location. We were on a very good pace making contacts. CW made 107, the two phone stations made 554 and the digital station cruised along, making 166 contacts. Contacts gave us 1000 QSO points. Bonus points, for things like public official visits and use of solar power pushed us to a total claimed score of 2,024 points.

Weather challenged us throughout the weekend. Club members set up the site before, during and after the Friday morning rain, which meant that the club could have its meeting Friday evening. Showers Friday night were not an issue. On Saturday we watched carefully as storms developed west of our location. Most of the day these storms passed to the north of us.  After dinner, however, storms started to developing south and southwest of us. Both weather radar and lightning detection devices showed us that we had to shut down.

Another great job coordinating by Jay Greenough (WJØX). Bill Warrington (KC4TKL) had the network up and running with his improved solar power for the networking equipment. Twelve persons visited Norma in the license testing tent. Brian Short (KCØBS) manned the GOTA station. He presented a "contact certificate" to GOTA operators who made a contact. All the stations teams did a great job setting up and quickly shutting down due to weather. All the teams did a great job of breaking down Sunday


Bill KA2FNK, President


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New Website For Fusion

For anyone interested in Fusion and the Wires-X Kansas City Room, there is a new website.
This website is for information about the Kansas City Room, its repeaters and other interesting and useful information about our local room.
Note:  If you try to access it and get a not found error or a server not found error try again later. I am hosting it on a free hosting site and the paying users get priority over us free users. As in everything else you get what you pay for.
Also it is not optimized for your iphone or android. If you view it on your phone it will appear a bit disjointed but don't worry, everything is there.
Van Van Daveer, K0HCV



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