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2005 Dayton Hamvention

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2005-04-24 02:10 - (3737 Reads)
May 20, 21, and 22 marks the 54th convention sponsored by the Dayton Amateur Radio Association.
Click here to visit the Dayton Hamvention website.
Click the read more link for event hours.

Listen to FM38 on the WEB!

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2005-02-23 02:01 - (5317 Reads)
Click on the <a href=”http://kc9eeq.wave-star.net:8010/fm38mp3.m3u”>Listen to FM38 Live!</a> link next to the red speaker and you should start hearing a 4-5 second delayed version of the traffic on FM38.

The stream is encoded with MPEG-1, Layer 3 audio, commonly referred to as “MP3”. The bit rate of this broadcast stream is 16kbps which almost any modem connection to the Internet can receive.

Click on the Read More link to continue...

W9WK Repeater on 146.67 will be moving to 147.165 +

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2005-02-22 21:46 - (11059 Reads)
The Milwaukee/Waukesha ARES repeater frequency will change from 146.67 Mhz to 147.165 Mhz. This repeater frequency change is expected to occur on the weekend of March 5th and 6th 2005. The repeater’s tone will remain the same 127.3 Hz CTCSS.

There may be a period of time that the system may be partially reprogrammed due to site access issues, and during this transition time the system may have other than usual receive coverage, so your patience is requested.

TCARC HAMFEST 2005

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2005-01-27 01:33 - (3856 Reads)
Tri-County Amateur Radio Club presents HAMFEST 2005

Sunday, March 20
Jefferson County Fairgrounds
Activity Center
Hwy 18 West, Jefferson, WI

From 8:00 AM until 1:00 PM

Wheaton Hamfest

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2005-01-11 02:15 - (4594 Reads)
The WCRA Hamfest will be January 23, 2005 at Pheasant Run.


Click here for more info.

For full details call 630/604-0157.

FM38 Repeater Update

Author: Vladamier - Published 2005-01-07 02:52 - (4197 Reads)
Hi Gang, been a while since I’ve sent any repeater updates. 2004 was a busy year with work and house projects taking precedence over repeater adventures. Not that we didn’t do a few things such as;

  • Built and installed a new repeater in Baraboo. Took a few trips to iron out a failed preamp and other bugs but it is working great now.
  • Installed a new link beam and 250’ of 7/8 line at our North receive site.
  • Replaced/upgraded the repeater antenna at Fond du Lac. (Pictures on FM38.org)
  • Various service calls by myself, Bob N9GMT and Dave KA9FUR to fix busted/melted/worn out items :-)

Hopefully we will get a few more things done this year such as;

  1. Build and install a new repeater in Rockford, IL
  2. Move the Princeton 444.950 system from it’s current 70 ft.ham tower to a 400 ft. commercial site north of Ripon.
  3. Add a voter and remote receive site to the Baraboo 444.500 system.
  4. Upgrade several Milwaukee remote receive sites with cans and preamps.
  5. Install a new amplifier at the Fond du Lac 444.600 system.
  6. Lots more behind the scenes re vamping projects.

New FM38 Web Site!

Author: System Administrator - Published 2004-12-09 02:39 - (3823 Reads)
Hi Folks,

If you’re a little confused by what you see here or are simply wondering what this site will become when it grows up, you’re not alone!

In the short-term we’ll be tinkering with new web technologies in an effort to support the FM38 repeater network and Amateur Radio operators at large. In the long-term we hope this site evolves to become an invaluable resource to fellow hams and at the very least, a place to share ideas and information.

Check out our FAQs, Image Galleries and Links Directory.

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If you have something to say or contribute, please send us a message.

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