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Re: My misstake.

davidftx@...
 

HW-12 microphone schematic here: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/rg4wpw/hw22.jpg Use the D-104 schematic pointed to earlier.

David F.

----- Original Message ----
From: lr.cole <lr.cole@yahoo.com>
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2008 7:51:09 AM
Subject: [W5SC] My misstake.

The rig I want to put the d-104 mike on is Hw-12 80 meter rig. Not the
hw-16.


My misstake.

lr.cole <lr.cole@...>
 

The rig I want to put the d-104 mike on is Hw-12 80 meter rig. Not the
hw-16.


Re: d-104 mike

davidftx@...
 

I thought the HW-16 was a CW rig.

This guy has the wiring diagram for the D-104 (make sure yours hasn't been modified): http://www.qsl.net/wa2mzf/d104.html

David F.

----- Original Message ----
From: lr.cole <lr.cole@yahoo.com>
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 10:02:02 PM
Subject: [W5SC] d-104 mike

Can a d-104 mike be made to work on a heathkit hw-16.

Larry
WB8MWL


Re: d-104 mike

J C Smith
 

My first radio was a Heath Kit HW-16. It's a CW rig only.

J C Smith, N5RXS

----- Original Message -----
From: lr.cole
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 10:02 PM
Subject: [W5SC] d-104 mike


Can a d-104 mike be made to work on a heathkit hw-16.

Larry
WB8MWL


d-104 mike

lr.cole <lr.cole@...>
 

Can a d-104 mike be made to work on a heathkit hw-16.

Larry
WB8MWL


Re: Amateur Radio Fiesta 2008

J C Smith
 

Showing them as react is OK with me.

J C

----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Guido
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 9:42 PM
Subject: [W5SC] Re: Amateur Radio Fiesta 2008


I neglected to post that REACT provides talk-in on 2 Meters for the
event every year.

This year Lee Besing, N5NTG, Charles Land KC5NKK, and Wade Bolling
W5ERX provided talk-in service, along with REACT/ARES member Shane
O'Neal NS5D.

Thank you all!

For a complete recap of the event and full list of volunteers go to
the club web site at http://W5SC.org

Thanks everyone,

Paul, N5IUT


Re: Amateur Radio Fiesta 2008

Paul Guido
 

I neglected to post that REACT provides talk-in on 2 Meters for the
event every year.

This year Lee Besing, N5NTG, Charles Land KC5NKK, and Wade Bolling
W5ERX provided talk-in service, along with REACT/ARES member Shane
O'Neal NS5D.

Thank you all!

For a complete recap of the event and full list of volunteers go to
the club web site at http://W5SC.org

Thanks everyone,

Paul, N5IUT


Re: Amateur Radio Fiesta 2008

Gary Harmon
 

Thanks to all who were involved in the excellent hamfest.

Vr,

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. / K5JWK
6003 Archwood
San Antonio, TX 78239-1504
210.657.1549 h / 210.884.6926 c

"A merry heart does good, like medicine,
But a broken spirit dries the bones."
Proverbs 17:22


Amateur Radio Fiesta 2008

Paul Guido
 

**** First post done with the HTML editor deleted line feeds.

The San Antonio Radio Club Amateur Radio Fiesta, January 12, 2008

The new location worked out great! The club would like to thank
everyone who made the trip to San Antonio. This year the weather was
perfect and the attendance was up!

Pictures are now posted to the web at http://W5SC.org !!!

We hope to see you again next year. Always on the second Saturday in
January. Mark your calenders now for January 10th 2009!

KD5YZU, Erik Rabe, Sr provided 40 meter talk-in and checked into nets
with his mobile command post. From Bexar County ARES, Shane O'Neal,
NS5D, delivered the San Antonio Red Cross ECRV to the event.

VE Coordinator, Pat Knight, AD5BR reports that we have four new
Technicians, three upgraded Generals and one upgraded Extra!

Prizes
Carl Negley, KA5NEF, Early Bird Winner, Travel Plus CD-ROM
Dave Olsen, WD8PAK, Major Prize Winner, Icom IC-2200-H VHF Transceiver
Alfred Horn, KG5QW, Grand Prize Winner, Icom IC-718 HF Transceiver
See the web site for a complete list. http://W5SC.org

AMSAT , MARS and the ARRL had tables at the event. AMSAT provided
live satellite demonstrations.

The Sign Man of Baton Rouge , Jubilee Enterprises and HF Projects
had a steady stream of customers and the club would like to thank
them for coming to the event year after year.

The San Antonio Radio Club event has always been popular with
Radioaficionados (Amateur Radio Operators) from both sides of the Rio
Grande.

The San Antonio Radio Club was honored to have the President of
ARARM , XE2OZ, Jose Lopez Solis attend. ARARM (The Asociacion De
Radioaficionados De La Republica Mexicana) is a national organization
supporting Amateur Radio in Mexico.

Also in attendance XE2MZQ Jose Andres, ARARM State Representative
from Nuevo Leon and XE2NBW, Luis Carlos Yepiz, a technical writer for
ARARM.

For more information and pictures of the event go to the San Antonio
Radio Club website at http://w5sc.org/
SARC, Bexar County's Communication Resource Since 1919

de N5IUT


SARC Meeting Tonight at KCOMM 7:00PM Program on ARES

davidftx <davidftx@...>
 

The January regular meeting will be held tonight at KCOMM at 7:00PM.
This is membership renewal time and you can still renew your San Antonio
Radio Club membership for $12.00 at tonight's meeting. You can also
purchase your advance ticket for Saturday's Radio Fiesta at the meeting.

Tonight's program will be an overview of the Bexar County ARES
organization; what they did during the past year and what's on tap for
2008.

See you at tonight's meeting.


Ham Tests Saturday at the Amateur Radio Fiesta

Pat Knight AD5BR <ad5br@...>
 

We will have VE testing at the Amateur Radio Fiesta this Saturday,
January 12. If you plan to test, please pre-register at
hamtest@gmail.com or call Pat AD5BR at (210) 273-5927.

We will start collecting fees and letting candidates do paperwork
around 9 AM. The actual testing will start by 9:30.

Pre-registered test candidates will be seated before walk-ins, who may
have to return for a later start time if the room is full. We expect
to be through around 11 AM, but we will try not to turn anyone away.

73,
Pat AD5BR


Invitation to the first HCDXA Meeting!

Frank Sellers <n6aq@...>
 

You are invited to attend the first HCDXA meeting, we look forward to meeting everyone for an eye ball QSO.

Date: 01-26-2008
Time: 0900 local time
Place: IHOP, New Braunfels Texas on the access road by I35.

This is only a meet and greet and no activities are scheduled. Please RSVP to n6aq@hillcountrydx.com

Frank N6AQ
http://www.hillcountrydx.com


CLUB MEETING-November is Election Month!!!!, 12/13/2007, 7:00 pm

W5SC@...
 

Reminder from:   W5SC Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   CLUB MEETING-November is Election Month!!!!
 
Date:   Thursday December 13, 2007
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the second Thursday.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 1 day, 23 hours, 53 minutes.
Location:   K-COMM (10815 Gulfdale)
Notes:   The San Antonio Radio Club's annual Officer and Director election will be held November 8, 2007 7:00PM at our regular November meeting. See you Thursday for this important meeting.
 
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Re: [bexarcountyares] Bexar County ARES November Meeting on 11-6-2007

Shane O'Neal <shane@...>
 

One other correction here.

This Saturday's event is the Universal City Veterans Day parade (not
Windcrest). If you show up at the Windcrest PD and try to eat their donuts,
you are on your own.

We will meet in Universal City, at the Universal City Police Department, on
Universal City Blvd, at 8:30am on Saturday morning. Talk-in on 147.180. The
event will be on 70cm Simplex. I have a few extra talkies.

Regards,
Shane

On 11/7/07, davidftx <davidftx@swbell.net> wrote:

November Bexar County ARES Membership Meeting

We had a good turnout at last night's November meeting at the La Fonda
near 410 and Fredricksburg Rd. They have a nice meeting room and were very
accommodating to the 25 or so of us who were there. The following items were
on the agenda:
*

Passing of the torch(es):
*EC Johnny Wallace, K5POP, announced that his work situation has recently
changed drastically and he notified DEC Norm Fulkerson, AD5EF, a couple of
weeks ago, that he needed to hand the Bexar County EC job off to someone
else. Norm contacted me a few days ago about taking the EC job and I agreed
to do it. So in Norm's stead, Johnny announced that the new Bexar County
ARES Emergency Coordinator is David Freiberger, K5OLE.

Johnny has done a great job leading us through 2007 and is not going away.
He will remain an AEC working with STRAC.

I follow a series of very competent EC's who have helped shaped BexarCounty ARES into the vibrant (Joe Thompson's, W4
CTH, fitting words) organization it is today. ARES' involvement with the
new COSA EOC was first championed by Neil Martin, WA5SR, in the initial
design phase, further spec'ed by Don Perese, AC5XK, and then Johnny saw
the walls actually go up this year. I will now wear the EC hat as we move
into our dedicated space over the next 60 days. But the credit goes to
involvement of these former EC's plus Shane O'Neal, NS5D, and others who
represented Bexar County ARES during the design and construction phases.

Another important torch was passed this week. Section Emergency
Coordinator Jerry Reimer, KK5CA, announced that he was stepping down after
almost four years of guiding the Section's Emergency Communications effort.
His tenure started just after the Columbia Disaster and included Hurricanes
Katrina and Rita. Jerry helped move the Section towards adopting the
Incident Command System and was instrumental in STX being a leader in the
deployment of Winlink as the standard digital communications mode for
ARES. Like most of us who take our turn at one ARES helm or another, Jerry
remains involved in the organization as an important resource.

Ray Taylor, N5NAV, our South Texas Section Manager appointed Mike
Schwartz, KG5TL as Jerry's replacement as the Section EC. Mike has served
Ray and the Section as an Assistant Section Manager prior to his SEC
appointment Monday.
*

COSA EOC:
*Johnny Wallace gave a presentation regarding the status of the new EOCand our space at Brooks City Base. He and I along with Bob Rodriguez, K5
AUW, and Teri Thomas, KC5BJI, got a walk through last week before the
facility was turned over to the city this week. Johnny and I took some
pictures and he shared his at the meeting. I will put a couple of mine in
the Photos section of this newsgroup later today.

Our space is finished out and is very nice. Twelve runs of LMR 400 coax go
from our office to a very nice Polyphaser protection setup just under the
roof, then into Andrews Heliax, and terminate at the antenna platform on
the roof of the building. The outstanding projects include obtaining and
mounting antennas and the actual move from Auditorium Circle to Brooks which
should occur after Thanksgiving. We will likely do our own move and Shane is
coordinating.
*

MS 150:
*Shane gave an overview of the logistics and successes of the MS 150 Bike
to the Beach. Many San Antonio hams participated in providing critical
communications for this important event. Participating in such opportunities
are important to developing our skills as communicators and working in a
structured net environment. Volunteering for community events of this scale
and smaller directly relate to what we do during a disaster and in some ways
is better training than structured exercises.


*

DStar:
*We had a round-table discussion regarding DStar and its role in emergency
communications. Terry Platt, K5ADF, is a up on this subject as anyone who
was at the meeting and gave some basics about this digital communications
mode which supports voice and data. At the same time on the same radio. It
is being deployed in Houston and other cities in Texas specifically for
emergency communications. DStar is Digital Smart Technology for Amateur
Radio, an Icom codec for digital communications. It or some similar
digital voice communicaitons is coming down the pike for us and has
already arrived for others.*

Calendar:
*Here are some upcoming activities of note.

November 11, Saturday. Shane could use a couple of more players for the
Windcrest Veterans Day Parade. Be at the Windcrest PD at 8:30 AM with a
440 MHz handie talkie or contact him at shane@ns5d.com<http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bexarcountyares/shane@ns5d.com> .


November 12, Sunday. The San Antonio Marathon. Assignments have been made
but Teri Thomas could use a couple of back ups if you are available. Call
her to volunteer.

November 14, Wednesday. Larry Eblen at the National Weather Service is
retiring. Here is a nice Austin news article about Larry and his retirement:

http://news8austin.com/content/your_news_/your_neighbors/default.asp?ArID=193491 <http://news8austin.com/content/your_news_/your_neighbors/default.asp?ArID=193491>


Amateur Radio has had no better friend and supporter than Larry Eblen over
the years. His party will be at Rudy's Bar-B-Q 15560 I-35 North in Selma at
1:00PM next Wednesday. Call 653-7839 to tell them you will join the
festivities.

December 4, Tuesday. The December ARES meeting would normally be held at
the Red Cross but Shane is working with James Mendoza to get us the big tour
of the COSA EOC. This may be our only opportunity to walk through the
facility as a group because the city will not have fully moved in and locked
it down by this date. This is an amazing complex and well worth the time to
tour it. Plan on the December meeting being at Brooks City Base. We will
advise if we need to move it back to the Red Cross. Watch this newsgroup for
details either way.

January 12, Saturday. San Antonio Radio Fiesta. This is the new
incarnation of the San Antonio Radio Club's Annual Swapfest and it has
moved to The Knights of Columbus Hall, 509 Schertz Parkway, Schertz, TX
78154. ARES will have a table with information and membership solicitation.
We will need a few volunteers. This is the South Texas opportunity to pick
up that piece that is missing from your antenna or to buy a trunk full of
stuff you didn't even know that you needed. Contact J.C. Smith, N5RXS, for
Early Bird tickets.



I want to thank Norm and the South Texas leadership for my appointment.
More importantly I want to thank each of you for being supportive of BexarCounty ARES and I hope I am able to serve the organization as well as each
of your have served our mission.

73,

David, K5OLE

H 210-408-1564 C 210-710-8721 davidftx@swbell.net


CLUB MEETING-November is Election Month!!!!, 11/8/2007, 7:00 pm

W5SC@...
 

Reminder from:   W5SC Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   CLUB MEETING-November is Election Month!!!!
 
Date:   Thursday November 8, 2007
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the second Thursday.
Location:   K-COMM (10815 Gulfdale)
Notes:   The San Antonio Radio Club's annual Officer and Director election will be held November 8, 2007 7:00PM at our regular November meeting. See you Thursday for this important meeting.
 
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Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire

davidftx <davidftx@...>
 

I just posted the following message to the Bexar County ARES Yahoo Group
and it contains some things that SARC members might be interested in.
Particularly note Larry Eblen's retirement.

Please plan to come to the meeting tomorrow night for the annual
elections.

David



November Bexar County ARES Membership Meeting

We had a good turnout at last night's November meeting at the La Fonda
near 410 and Fredricksburg Rd. They have a nice meeting room and were
very accommodating to the 25 or so of us who were there. The following
items were on the agenda:

Passing of the torch(es): EC Johnny Wallace, K5POP, announced that his
work situation has recently changed drastically and he notified DEC Norm
Fulkerson, AD5EF, a couple of weeks ago, that he needed to hand the
Bexar County EC job off to someone else. Norm contacted me a few days
ago about taking the EC job and I agreed to do it. So in Norm's stead,
Johnny announced that the new Bexar County ARES Emergency Coordinator is
David Freiberger, K5OLE.

Johnny has done a great job leading us through 2007 and is not going
away. He will remain an AEC working with STRAC.

I follow a series of very competent EC's who have helped shaped Bexar
County ARES into the vibrant (Joe Thompson's, W4CTH, fitting words)
organization it is today. ARES' involvement with the new COSA EOC was
first championed by Neil Martin, WA5SR, in the initial design phase,
further spec'ed by Don Perese, AC5XK, and then Johnny saw the walls
actually go up this year. I will now wear the EC hat as we move into our
dedicated space over the next 60 days. But the credit goes to
involvement of these former EC's plus Shane O'Neal, NS5D, and others who
represented Bexar County ARES during the design and construction phases.

Another important torch was passed this week. Section Emergency
Coordinator Jerry Reimer, KK5CA, announced that he was stepping down
after almost four years of guiding the Section's Emergency
Communications effort. His tenure started just after the Columbia
Disaster and included Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Jerry helped move the
Section towards adopting the Incident Command System and was
instrumental in STX being a leader in the deployment of Winlink as the
standard digital communications mode for ARES. Like most of us who take
our turn at one ARES helm or another, Jerry remains involved in the
organization as an important resource.

Ray Taylor, N5NAV, our South Texas Section Manager appointed Mike
Schwartz, KG5TL as Jerry's replacement as the Section EC. Mike has
served Ray and the Section as an Assistant Section Manager prior to his
SEC appointment Monday.

COSA EOC: Johnny Wallace gave a presentation regarding the status of the
new EOC and our space at Brooks City Base. He and I along with Bob
Rodriguez, K5AUW, and Teri Thomas, KC5BJI, got a walk through last week
before the facility was turned over to the city this week. Johnny and I
took some pictures and he shared his at the meeting. I will put a couple
of mine in the Photos section of this newsgroup later today.

Our space is finished out and is very nice. Twelve runs of LMR 400 coax
go from our office to a very nice Polyphaser protection setup just under
the roof, then into Andrews Heliax, and terminate at the antenna
platform on the roof of the building. The outstanding projects include
obtaining and mounting antennas and the actual move from Auditorium
Circle to Brooks which should occur after Thanksgiving. We will likely
do our own move and Shane is coordinating.

MS 150: Shane gave an overview of the logistics and successes of the MS
150 Bike to the Beach. Many San Antonio hams participated in providing
critical communications for this important event. Participating in such
opportunities are important to developing our skills as communicators
and working in a structured net environment. Volunteering for community
events of this scale and smaller directly relate to what we do during a
disaster and in some ways is better training than structured exercises.



DStar: We had a round-table discussion regarding DStar and its role in
emergency communications. Terry Platt, K5ADF, is a up on this subject as
anyone who was at the meeting and gave some basics about this digital
communications mode which supports voice and data. At the same time on
the same radio. It is being deployed in Houston and other cities in
Texas specifically for emergency communications. DStar is Digital Smart
Technology for Amateur Radio, an Icom codec for digital communications.
It or some similar digital voice communicaitons is coming down the pike
for us and has already arrived for others.

Calendar: Here are some upcoming activities of note.

November 11, Saturday. Shane could use a couple of more players for the
Windcrest Veterans Day Parade. Be at the Windcrest PD at 8:30 AM with a
440 MHz handie talkie or contact him at shane@...
<http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bexarcountyares/shane@ns5d.com> .

November 12, Sunday. The San Antonio Marathon. Assignments have been
made but Teri Thomas could use a couple of back ups if you are
available. Call her to volunteer.

November 14, Wednesday. Larry Eblen at the National Weather Service is
retiring. Here is a nice Austin news article about Larry and his
retirement:
http://news8austin.com/content/your_news_/your_neighbors/default.asp?ArI\;
D=193491
<http://news8austin.com/content/your_news_/your_neighbors/default.asp?Ar\;
ID=193491>

Amateur Radio has had no better friend and supporter than Larry Eblen
over the years. His party will be at Rudy's Bar-B-Q 15560 I-35 North in
Selma at 1:00PM next Wednesday. Call 653-7839 to tell them you will join
the festivities.

December 4, Tuesday. The December ARES meeting would normally be held at
the Red Cross but Shane is working with James Mendoza to get us the big
tour of the COSA EOC. This may be our only opportunity to walk through
the facility as a group because the city will not have fully moved in
and locked it down by this date. This is an amazing complex and well
worth the time to tour it. Plan on the December meeting being at Brooks
City Base. We will advise if we need to move it back to the Red Cross.
Watch this newsgroup for details either way.

January 12, Saturday. San Antonio Radio Fiesta. This is the new
incarnation of the San Antonio Radio Club's Annual Swapfest and it has
moved to The Knights of Columbus Hall, 509 Schertz Parkway, Schertz, TX
78154. ARES will have a table with information and membership
solicitation. We will need a few volunteers. This is the South Texas
opportunity to pick up that piece that is missing from your antenna or
to buy a trunk full of stuff you didn't even know that you needed.
Contact J.C. Smith, N5RXS, for Early Bird tickets.



I want to thank Norm and the South Texas leadership for my appointment.
More importantly I want to thank each of you for being supportive of
Bexar County ARES and I hope I am able to serve the organization as well
as each of your have served our mission.

73,

David, K5OLE

H 210-408-1564 C 210-710-8721 davidftx@...
<http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bexarcountyares/post?postID=Y-FxcS153cNzw\;
Q2DqHM3LKhhkTzNK-nhZjlf10Od3_lJm72Gp5vsOBJH04F_y-kNytQNOV_SVtZf>


CLUB MEETING-November is Election Month!!!!, 11/8/2007, 7:00 pm

W5SC@...
 

Reminder from:   W5SC Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   CLUB MEETING-November is Election Month!!!!
 
Date:   Thursday November 8, 2007
Time:   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the second Thursday.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 2 days, 4 minutes.
Location:   K-COMM (10815 Gulfdale)
Notes:   The San Antonio Radio Club's annual Officer and Director election will be held November 8, 2007 7:00PM at our regular November meeting. See you Thursday for this important meeting.
 
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We Need to Borrow a Cement Mixer

davidftx <davidftx@...>
 

N5VYS, K0BCN, myself, and others are setting a tower base and three guy
anchors on November 17th in Bandera. We are looking to borrow a small
concrete mixer to pour the this base and these anchors. If you have one
we can borrow, we would pick it up on the 16th and return it on the 19th
or any schedule that accomodates you.

If you have a mixer we can borrow, please call me at 408-1564 or email
me at davidftx@swbell.net <mailto:davidftx@swbell.net> .

Thanks!

David, K5OLE


2008 SARC Elections November 8, 2007 7:00PM at the November Meeting

davidftx <davidftx@...>
 

San Antonio Radio Club

Annual Officer and Director Election

Thursday November 8, 2007 7:00PM




The San Antonio Radio Club's annual election will be held at the regular
November meeting on November 8, 2007 7:00PM at KCOMM, 10815 Gulfdale.




On October 25, 2007 the Nominations Committee reported back to me, as
required by the SARC Constitution and Bylaws, with a nominations for
2008. These nominations will be on the ballot at the November 8th
meeting. Nominations will also be accepted from the floor during the
election.




The leadership of the Club depends on your participation in these
elections. The San Antonio Radio Club is operated by Officers elected by
you. The direction and policies of the Club are set by the Board of
Directors also elected by you, the members.




These members are nominated by the Committee for the indicated Officer
and Board positions:




President 2008 J.C. Smith, N5RXS

Vice President 2008 Paul Guido, N5IUT

Secretary 2008 Charles Land, KC5NKK

Treasurer 2008 Mike Check, K5UCQ




Sergeant-at-Arms 2008 Nominations will be taken from the floor.




Board of Directors-Director Lee Besing, N5NTG, was a 2007 appointment
that requires that his position be permanently filled by election. Lee
has requested that his name not be on the ballot due to his many other
time consuming commitments. The Committee nominates Richard Elder to
fill that position through 2010.




Director through 2010 Richard Elder, WB5ACN

Director through 2012 Bill Reichert, WE5ET




All members in good standing may vote in the annual election. Former
members who 2007 dues are not paid are not members in good standing. If
you are not sure about your membership status, please contact Treasurer
Paul Guido to clarify any membership issues prior to the election.




Email me with any questions regarding the election at
davidftx@swbell.net <mailto:davidftx@swbell.net> .













David Freiberger, K5OLE

President

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