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Author Topic: Cub Scouts in Jamboree On The Air  (Read 7159 times)
KI8EZ
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« on: September 02, 2011, 09:36:01 PM »

I will be setting up a special event station at my home for a small portion of the BSA's Jamboree On The Air, Saturday, October 15.  I am trying to line up some operators who would be willing to standby and respond to calls from my guys on 2m or 10m (yes, I know it will have to be locals on groundwave).  I'm an Extra Class, but these guys a little young, 6-10 years old, so voice contacts will be the way to get them interested, and I have no voice capabilities for other bands.

The main thing is to get them on the air to get them interested.

Please respond here if you are in my area (close enough to make contacts) and could set up a short sked for that afternoon.  My QTH is about halfway between Detroit and Ann Arbor, and I can work up to 35 watts on 2m FM into an antenna up 20ft, and 25 watts on 10m SSB, AM, or FM into a mobile antenna.

Thanks,
Dean
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KB3HG
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« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2011, 03:37:58 AM »

Dean,

List the time window and frequencies you plan to monitor, who knows there could be a band opening on 10 meters.
BTW 25 watts is more than enough if the band is open.

Tom Kb3hg
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« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2011, 11:47:40 AM »

Cubs Huh?  A little like herding Cats.  No, a lot like herding Cats!
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