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Author Topic: Christmas on the Square in Live Oak, Florida  (Read 5458 times)
AJ4RW
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« on: November 17, 2012, 12:52:16 PM »

On Dec 1st, 2012 (Saturday), the Suwannee Amateur Radio Club (SARC) will be participating in the Christmas on the Square.  The SARC will be operating an HF station using SSB and PSK31.  There will be a 2 meter station set up also.  We’ll be operating on 20 meters between 14.227 to 14.295 MHz SSB and 14.070 for PSK31 but if the band is crowded, we will QSY to another part of the band or to 15 meters.  SARC will start operating at approximately 9 AM EST and continue to about 4 PM.

Our equipment will consist of:
- Yaesu FT-897d running 95 watts for SSB and 30 watts for PSK31
- Antenna is a Buddipole with vertical polarization up 12 feet with radial pointing NW

The club will be doing direct QSL exchange and EQSL.  Because the SARC is a nonprofit club, in order to receive a QSL card please follow these instructions:
- For US cards include a SASE
- For all non-US addresses please include 2 green stamps plus a self addressed envelope.
All cards received without proper postage will be filed!

For further information go to
http://www.suwanneearc.org/smf/index.php/

Catch you on the air 73 de the SARC team
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« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2012, 03:52:39 PM »

UPDATE
We will also be running a Elecraft KX QRP rig which will double the fun.  See you on the air!!!
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« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2012, 04:14:14 PM »

UPDATE!!

Saturday, Dec 1st we plan on starting out using psk31 on 20 meters first thing in the morning and as the day progresses switch to SSB.
The N4SVC team
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