Author Archives: WyleE

We fixed the Spiderbeam!

We did it! We finally did it!! After the beam not functioning – at all – for over a year and all the restrictions during the Coronavirus pandemic we finally got together to fix it – once and for all! … Continue reading

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Gary Curry K5QOW, Silent Key

                      Long time club member and friend Gary K5QOW passed away July 24, 2020. He was 77 years young. Many of  us will remember him for his big smile and … Continue reading

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If we ever need a new name…

… may I suggest “Darth Vader Amateur Radio Club”?                                                 Thanks Santa!

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Happy New…

… something. 2020 sure got out of control in a hurry. Maybe 2021 will be better. I sure hope so. Not holding my breath, though. All my best wishes to you, for the new year. Your hard-working secretary. (anybody else … Continue reading

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They are THAT important!

Howdy y’all. Your (t)rusty old QSL manager got a really nice QSL card today, from Steve WD5HNI. He sent us a QSL card in response to all the QSL cards we sent out for the 2015 K5C Parks on The … Continue reading

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New member

Please welcome Mr. Tom Atkins KD5EIJ to the club! He will be relocating to our neck of the woods soon; and is eager to join us. Welcome Tom!

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New shack update

As all of you know we will be moving into a new shack once the new hospital is finished. At least I hope you know that. 😉 But: the contractor and the hospital have big plans. Bigger than I even … Continue reading

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Field Day 2020!

So this weekend is the annual ARRL Field Day. Woohoo, so looking forward to it!! But… Careful suggestion: play in Class D. Stay home, stay safe. Here is a link to the 2020 rules: 2020 Field Day Packet Rev a

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P(in)=P(out)

That’s an equation that just about everyone in the electronics world strives to achieve: optimum power transfer! Power in equals power out. But… from a slightly different angle: if that “power in” is the power that comes back in… then … Continue reading

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Thank you, Governor Abbott!

Thanks to your great wisdom and kind generosity – as shown in your Executive Order GA-14 about Covid-19 (PDF file here)- we will still be able to practice our beloved religion in our place of worship, even in these troubling … Continue reading

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