The Net was convened at 8:31 PM local. Check Ins:
- N4PDY Mike
- KD4HAX Joe
- W3VAR Chuck
- KD4NYX Wendy
- KM4EGM Luke
- K3WD Bill
- KN4HOZ Steve
- KI4AD Evan
- W5ODJ John
- W4PSO Marc
- AK2M Kevin
- K2BFY Henry Net Control/Net Manager
LARG will be conducting a Tech Class. Please see k4lrg.org website for more details. 145.31 and 448.825 repeaters now have Dulles Radio callsign KI4AD. The net was secured at 9:00 PM local.
September’s Loudoun Amateur Radio Group’s monthly meeting will occur on Google Meet starting at 8:30a US/East on 2020-09-19. A view-only stream can be found here. Members should have received a calendar invite via email with the interactive stream link. Guests and others that would like to participate can contact email@example.com.
Any questions or problems can be raised with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opened the net on 50.130 MHz at 2000 and closed at 2105. We had four check-ins: W0MPM, (John), N4PD, (Paul), N4FAF, (Jim) and myself. Excellent discussions tonight with focus on Flex and Elecraft radios, Test equipment (all types), Microphones and life in general. Make sure you stop by on Wednesday Nights to make sure your rigs still work on 6 meters and say “Hello!”
Opened the net on 50.130 MHz at 2000 and closed at 2050. We had two check-ins: W0MPM, (John) and myself. Excellent discussions tonight with focus on Flex radios, 3rd party software programs and life in general. Make sure you stop by on Wednesday Nights to make sure your rigs still work on 6 meters and say “Hello!”
The net was convened at 8:30 PM local on 145.31 77 Hz. There were 8 check ins, plus net control
- NE3R Joe Frederick, MD
- W3VAR Chuck Leesburg
- W0MPM John Leesburg
- KQ4CI Evan Ashburn
- K9CQB Damon Leesburg
- K2BFY Henry Sterling
- WB9RXB Tom North of Leesburg
- W4EDF Ed Alexandria
- W4PSQ Marc Ashburn (Net Control)
Topics included driving on a parkway and parking on a driveway, hand held RF responsive AC power relays (undesired), physical activity in the wake of the Covid-19 paunch, and the upcoming Light Up 2M Simplex event on August 30 6-8 PM local time. The net was secured at 8:54 PM local time.
W0MPM being tardy for his assignment the 80 meter net was graciously opened by KE4S
In attendance (in no particular order):
Festivities on 80 meters ended at 00:28 GMT to reconvene at 28.405 MHz
joined by W3HM Howard famed restoration guru extraordinaire.
The official discussion ended at 00:41 followed by informal rag chewing.
Opened the net on 50.130 MHz at 2000 and closed at 2050. We had three check-ins: W0MPM, (John), W5ODJ, (John) and myself. Excellent discussions tonight with focus on Flex and ICOM radios, Test equipment (all types) and life in general. Make sure you stop by on Wednesday Nights to make sure your rigs still work on 6 meters and say “Hello!”
There were 12 checkins for the Sunday night voice net:
- WB2UNA, John
- KD4NYX, Wendy
- K3WD, Bill
- K2BFY, Henry
- KD4HAX, Joe
- K0ZR, Jeff
- W3VAR, Jeff
- W0MPM, John
- N4PD, Paul
- N7XUI, Stan
- KC4RCR, Rousseau
- W5ODJ, John
The topics were varied, signals were mostly strong and quiet. The repeater performed well.
Have a great week!
Just a reminder that our scheduled meeting for August will be held this Saturday, August 15th at 0830. This meeting will be hosted virtually.
- Members on the LARG Reflector can join using the invite that was sent to all members.
- Visitors needing access should contact email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you then.
80m – 3675 KHz on 07AUG2020 Open 0000Z
Listening 3821 KHz for General class ops to check-in
WoMPM John in/out
K8SYH Bill, Net Control
Closed 0010Z for lightning near
No 10 m session tonight.