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Free Tech Class

FREE WEEKEND HAM RADIO CLASS
Get your Technician class license in a weekend!
(I truly don’t have anything better to do than teach you radio!)
Feb. 4-5, 2023.
FREE and taught via Zoom.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. PST
Sunday 8 a.m. – noon PST
Email name, phone, and email for each attendee.
ars.n7ji@gmail.com
I’m also a BSA merit badge counselor.
Scott N7JI

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December Holiday Dinner

December Holiday Dinner

The Tyler Amateur Radio Club will be hosting holiday dinner at our (12-15-22) meeting.

We estimate 40-50 members will attend the meeting.

We are asking that club members assist with bringing sides.
 

The club will provide refreshments along with BBQ – Chopped & Sliced Beef, BBQ Sausage, and BBQ Chicken.
 

Please use the sign up button below to sign up for sides & desserts.
 

Sign Up!


 

We look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting!

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Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving Dinner

The Tyler Amateur Radio Club will be hosting Thanksgiving Dinner at next Thursday’s (11-17-22) meeting.

We are asking that club members assist with bringing sides.

The club will provide refreshments along with a HAM, FRIED TURKEY, and a SMOKED TURKEY.

Please use the sign up button below to sign up for sides & desserts.

Sign Up!

We look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting!

Thank You!

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Election Results

Election Results

Club Elections were held on May 19th 2022.

Below are the official results:

President:
Roman Parish – W5RCP


Vice President:
Robert Holloway – KI5OFN


Secretary-Treasurer
Josh Kaufman -KE5FGC


Board Members:
Jack Malone – AF5JM


John Threadgill – KC5WKL


“Ham of the year” award:
Butch Adair – WA5SLG

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Repeater Changes

Repeater Changes

On December 25th, 2021 the RECIEVE frequency for the 147.000 repeater pair will be changed from 146.400 to 147.600. In addition, the repeater output PL (the PL that the 147.000 transmitter transmits) will change from 88.5 to 136.5. The input PL will remain the same (136.5)

We are making these changes for the following reasons

  1. Most modern amateur transceivers default to a positive (+600khz) offset on frequencies of 147 and above. This will allow new hams or current hams who get a new rig to get on the repeater without much effort.
  2. This change will eliminate the QRM that we occasionally experience on 146.400
  3. Using the same input and output tone will allow travelers to do a “tone scan” on their radio to find the correct PL and talk on the repeater and allow for local hams to use tone squelch if their transceiver doesn’t support split tones.

Pro TIP: While you are in the process of reprogramming your radio(s), how about programming the repeaters by location rather than repeater pair. See Below

Southwest Tyler Tower

Receive: 147.000 (136.5pl)
Transmit: 146.360 (136.5pl)

Split -640khz

East Tyler Tower

Recieve: 146.960 (136.5pl)
Transmit: 147.600 (136.5pl)

Split +640khz

UHF
Recieve: 444.400 (136.5pl)
Transmit: 449.400 (136.5pl)

Split +5mhz