President Tom Worthington called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.
There was no treasurer’s report this month, but the meeting minutes were reviewed and accepted by acclamation.
14 members and guests attended.
K6GSS-John: Presented some pictures of the club from the 1980s.
KC7ASJ – Dave: ARES Net on Sunday
KH6PO-Diane: CQ WPX contest on 10M at Tom’s house.
NH7Y-Tom: Afternoon net difficult, operated WPX-over 500 QSOs, working on Bandit amp, built yagis
N0DQD-Bob : Still dealing with antennas and covenants.
KH6CJJ-Kent: CQ WPX contest on 10M. Been working afternoon net.
KH6RSV-Sean: Heard Skywarn Net. Hard to get into repeater from home. Working on club website.
KH6H-Mel: Exam session produced 5 new licensees
AH6CU-Joe: Putting up stealth antenna
AH6AH-Anita: What he said.
KH6REO-Ed: Worked Russia on 15M, Elecraft K1 , some CW
KH7FX – Bob: 3 element 10M Yagi working well. WPX contest. Chech Republic
KH6AH - Ron: Has new K3-Has problem with antenna tuner
Cary: Took test last Saturday, waiting for call sign.
New Business: Motion to purchase wifi cards for club laptop computers, approved. Estimated expenditure $20.
This month’s presentation was done by Tom on Field Day antennas and N1MM logging. Tom has built Yagis for Field Day, mono banders for 20, 15, and 10 meters. A network was setup within the EOC to log contacts as a demonstration using the club’s laptops with an Ethernet connection.
Meeting adjourned at 9:10PM