Superstition Amateur Radio Club, Inc. 147.12
From The WB7TJD WikiSuperstition SuperFest™ Photos
Superstition SuperFest™ Prize Winners
The three grand prize winners are:
- Logan Rawlins KG7GYK Antenna tuner
- Lawrence Laughlin Jr N7LPL sound card interface
- Major prize Daniel Spidell KF7FAL Alinco rig.
All have been contacted, according to Steve, KB7KWK. One will pick his up at the next meeting and the others will receive theirs at the Christmas Dinner.
K7A FOR TWO WEEKS
Check out the K7A QRZ page. We go on the air starting tonight after midnight, as our QRZ page states from December 1 through December 14. Anyone who wants to work the Special Event Station K7A from home will need to tocoordinate with Brian W7JET via email.
See the K7A Script for December 2013. — November 30, 2013
- Christmas Dinner details — We meet at the Golden Corral on Power south of McKellips at 6 PM on Tuesday, December 10. Be sure to mention the Superstition radio club to receive the 10% senior discount for all ages.
- Leave no tip — the club will pick up the tip. (There will be no gift exchange this year.)
Superstition SuperFest Links
News and information links
- Newsletters - Morse Code Class Net
Superstition ARC Links
- Contacting the Club:
- Event Calendar pages:
- Superstition ARC Membership Pages:
- Help, Classes, Upgrade, License Lookup:
Superstition ARC Repeater System in Mesa, AZ
|Output||(+/-)||CTCSS Tone Access||Link Info|
|147.12||+||162.2 Hz||Full-Time to 449.60|
|449.60||-||100.0 Hz||Full-Time to 147.12|
- 147.12 and 449.60 Repeaters and EchoLink:
Morse code @ Symbol
The Morse code @ Symbol was added in 2004 to the International Morse code for email addresses. The article was touched-up in late May 2013, to better highlight the sources and to remove any erroneous coding.
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