Monthly Archives: October 2012

All done!

Hi all. I have completed the migration between the old CARC website and this one. The new one is based on a WordPress blog engine, which allows all of you to reply to messages, subscribe to receive new messages, automatically … Continue reading

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October 23, 2012 meeting minutes

The meeting was called to order at 7:02 PM. A motion was made and voted on for Erik K5WW to be the club’s QSL manager. No other business was conducted by the club and the meeting was adjourned 7:25 PM.

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They passed!

Congratulations to James Buckner KF5MSD and Francisco Marines KF5MSE for passing the Technician Class exam on Saturday, September 10!

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Another license upgrade!

After the June 2012 meeting Wayne KC5FXS upgraded his Novice license to a Technician license. Congratulations, Wayne; you must have really enjoyed being a Novice for so many years!!

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Our very first QSL card in the mail!

The CARC received its very first QSL card recently, for a QSO made in the NAQP in August! W7CAR was generous enough to send a return SASE and got the very first CARC QSL card in return! A design for … Continue reading

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Website maintenance!

Hello all, You may see the CARC website alternating between two completely different looks every now and then. No, you’re not going crazy: I am changing the website, and it’s going to get a whole new look! Stay tuned, Erik

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2012 TX QSO Party

The Texas QSO party took place on September 29 and 30. Jason KF5EJX, Richard N5YPJ and Erik K5WW participated from the club station. We logged a whopping (!) 104 QSOs, good for 14,560 points. More operators wanted for next year! … Continue reading

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