SHARC operated Field Day from
the Finney County LEC/EOC,
We utilized generator power and had a GOTA station on the air.
Operation was mainly from Matt, KDØEZS's, "Hamper",
(air-conditioned cramped facilities, hi)
Log: 123 CW Contacts, (mostly, maybe all, by Jim, ACØE).
144 Phone Contacts shared by
Operation was on 75/80, 40. 20, 15, 10 & 6 Meters.
Lots of food and good time was had by all!
SK Report, we lost an area operator, WAØJSL, Mary Gerard, XYL of Don, WAØJSM.
Repeater updates: The SKECT (Hospital Network) is alive and well.
Covers most all of SW Kansas.
Garden City access is: 442.500/+5, with CTCSS of 141.3
Scott City is now home of a K-Link repeater, the Scott City UHF Machine was
moved to a new tower with a new coordinated frequency of 444.950/+5,
with CTCSS of 100.0.
The K-Link network allows almost seamless coverage using repeaters on the
system, from about 30Mi west of Scott City to Topeka, up to Concordia and down
to Wichita. K-Link coverage maps available on the KsLink web site. www.ks0lnk.net
CKARC, Salina, is again hosting the Kansas Div ARRL Convention, August 16th.
We will be having a 'Pre-Convention Dinner' again this year at Martinellis in
Salina. Info should be out soon.
Check out the local 2
meter net at 8:30 PM Tuesday evenings---146.910 mHz