Route 66 On The Air 2015
Special Commemorative Event for The Mother Road
September 12 - 20, 2015
W6T ONLY -
Northern Arizona DX Association
% Ron Gerlak, KG7OH
PO Box 17572
Munds Park, AZ 86017
ALL USA QSL requests MUST include a pre-stamped and self-addressed envelope that is large enough to accomodate a 3 5/8 inch by 5 5/8 inch card or send a mininum of $1 donation
ALL DX QSL requests MUST include a self-addressed envelope and $2.00 US.
QSL information for all 21 stations along the route can be found at the following link;
NADXA Northern Arizona DX Association
The W6T station operates as an affiliate of the Northern Arizona DX Association (NADXA) of Flagstaff, Arizona. The other affilated NADXA stations are W6G and W6S. Collect all three cards from NADXA and display them as as a map of the area we cover.
The W6T station will be operated in downtown Williams, AZ, Sept 12 - 14, lattitude 35.2512, longitude -112.1896 (DM35vg) and on an abandoned streach of Old Rt 66 in Belmont, AZ Sept 15 - 18, lattitude 35.2456, longitude -111.8511 (DM45bf). We will go back to the Williams location for the finale weekend, September 19 & 20. Locate us on Google Earth.
Stop by Williams for lunch or dinner and visit our station. We will be operating 24 hours per day both weekends Friday evening through Sunday evening from the parking lot behind the Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber, 200 W. Railroad St.
The W6G stations will be operating from various locations in and near Flagstaff, AZ and
W6S will be roaming around on Old Route 66 east of Flagstaff.
If you would like to operate this station call Ron KG7OH at 480-356-3663 to schedule a time or just show up and take your chances.
The Route 66 On The Air Special Event participating stations are likely to be found somewhere in the vicinity of the following frequencies.
80M 40M 30M 20M 17M 15M 12M 10M 6M
CW 3.533 7.033 10.110 14.033 18.080 21.033 24.900 28.033 50.033
SSB 3.866 7.266 N/A 14.266 18.164 21.366 24.966 28.466 50.166
DIGITAL 3.580 7.070 10.140 14.070 18.100 21.070 24.920 28.120 N/A
ALL frequencies shown can be +/- due to QRM and other in use conditions
W6T likely operating frequencies depending on band conditions.
Route 66 on the Air was born on September 9, 2000 at 0000Z by NADXA. There were over 14,000 QSOs that year and it has been growing ever since. It is now coordinated by the Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club located in San Bernardino, CA. See there web site for additional information at w6jbt.org or read the original artical "Get Your QSOs on Route 66!" written be Nicholas M. Elias, N3AIU and published by QST magazine May 2001.
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