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Author Topic: W8TNX - Sat MAY 25: Arbor Day SES 10am - 4pm EDST  (Read 1854 times)
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« on: April 21, 2015, 05:18:32 PM »

COOKEN A.R.C. , Newark, OH will again be operating from  world famous Dawes Arboretum, commemorating Arbor Day/Earth Day from among the trees.  Nearly 100  nature oriented groups will be set up for your perusing/ enjoyment.  Ever   rope climb a 100 ft tree? You can now!

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Mode: SSB   FQ:  7230khz - 14280khz - 21280khz - 28480khz.
          FM     146.88 repeater for you locals.
SAT - 10am-4pm EDST
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A very impressive  QSL will be available  for self printing, a few weeks after the event.

Generator power will be used this year.

QTH:   two miles north of I-70.  Take Exit 132, north on Rte 13. Dawes will be on your left.  

Main bands will be 40m and 20m, but you never know. If conditions warrant it we will be on 15m and 10m as well.

Station:  100w to  4BTV vertical w/30 radials.

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NVIS  Station:  WW8OH - 7240 khz  and 3850khz -  10am -4 pm

As an added bonus, be sure to listen for our 100w NVIS station  also located in Dawes, active from 10 am til 4 pm.   on 40m/80m  ssb,   as  part of the ARES NVIS Special Event.  ARES is looking to see how effective propagation is  using   simple high-angle radiators and 100w stations, in simulated emergency conditions.  Every report will be helpful.

..................The Guys at COOKEN
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