Club Swap Meet set for May 22
Ron Skelton W6WO SK
I am so saddened by the news of Ron’s W6WO SK today.
Return of Cake
New Home for Remote HF
I worked with 3 different computers in the repeater building and all of them had trouble resolving the switch (IP?) address. The connection came and went. I wouldn’t be surprised if the configuration is screwed up. We need a different switch or a network guy to have a look at this .The Fusion repeater computer is not repairable. The 440 radio will remain on analog. Jason Kruse is looking at different options.
Cap and I moved the remote ham station to the repeater building. I have band-aids on the network connection. We will have to see if they stick. If you can use the remote ham station, please try it and report on it’s performance. The antenna should have low SWR on 10, 12, 15, 20, 40, and the lower end of 80.
Craig Capitola Village N6SBN
New Member Here – Saying Hello!
March Meeting Delta Antennas and more with N6SBN
Our guest speaker is Club President Craig Harlamoff (N6SBN).
Craig has a real gift for explaining complex issues that is fun and well-suited to Hams of all expertise levels.
Electronics Flea Market (EFM) – Saturday April 9, 2022 at the Sunnyvale Public Library
The Electronics Flea Market (http://www.electronicsfleamarket.com/) is scheduled for April 9, 2022 in the parking lot of the Sunnyvale Public Library in Sunnyvale from 5:00 AM ’til noon.
The Electronics Flea Market (http://www.electronicsfleamarket.com/)takes place in the northwest parking lot at:
Free parking and free admission for buyers!
Sunrise is 6:42am PDT. Cool in the early morning, but getting warm by noon. Bring warm clothing and a hat/sunscreen.
We hope to see you all there. Please pass along this email your your friends so they can be a part of this over 47 year old activity. Bring your friends with you. This EFM is held in the northwest parking lot at the Sunnyvale Public Library. Sellers and buyers should enter the library parking lot from Olive Avenue. Sellers enter on the east side of the library on Charles Street. Buyers park (for free) in any legal parking space outside the vendor area. Check the map and directions on the web site (http://www.electronicsfleamarket.com/directions).
We appreciate your help in leaving the flea market site as clean as you found it. Please put trash and recyclables into the provided containers on site, or dispose of it at home.
These flea markets are organized by ASVARO (Association of Silicon Valley Amateur Radio Organizations http://www.asvaro.org/) as a fund raising activity for local amateur radio organizations.
Electronics Flea Market Announcements mailing list
–Jim Tripp via iPhone
Jim’s Antique Radio Museum is nearby in Castroville.
The New 2022 SCCARC Board of Directors
Field Day 2021 Video
73, Becky KI6TKB
SCCARC Field Day 2021 Photos
John Reinartz K6BJ QSL Card.
2019 Holiday Luncheon