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July 27, 2012

The Old Buzzards Radio Club is now on Facebook Click This Link

Or copy and paste this URL to your favorite browser... www.facebook.com/OldBuzzardsRadioClub

Also check out http://www.oldbuzzards3905.com

I will do my best with your support to keep this new page up to date with all the OB information you can handel.

73 K3WS, Life Member of The Old Buzzards Radio Club as #584

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Now on FaceBook, Click Here >>> K3WS FaceBook

POSTED July 28, 2011

Check out Cambria Radio Club found at http://cambriaradio.com

 

POSTED December 26, 2010

Announcing the launch of the Wide Area Network Repeater System...The overview found at http://www.wanrepeater.com/explains an amateur radio linking system which has been deployed in the central region of Pennsylvania which has near seamless north-south coverage from the New York State line into northern Maryland. It is the intention of the development team that this link system remain fluid in its application; which can and will change in purpose, as the need arises. The official name of the link system is "The Wide Area Network Repeater System" or WAN-RS. In times of disaster, it will serve many purposes for agencies like FEMA, PEMA, ARES and RACES/ACS, but from a neutral standpoint.

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Renew your ARES membership soon! (go for it, it takes about 30 seconds)

From Larry Keller AB3ER
Section Emergency Coordinator WPA ARES:

ALL

I am pleased to announce that ARES Registration should be made much easier with the introduction of an on line application system. We will be working with ARRL HQ using new software to compile a current roster in a spreadsheet format. WPA Section was selected to trial and assist in defining enhancements to a system intended to make ARES more efficient. This represents a great step in our efforts to better communicate with each other at all levels, community, county, district and section. The roster offers the advantage of attracting new hams to ARES through the ARRL website and a very streamlined application process and maintaining current ARES member listings for use in callouts, announcements and many others.

The application form is found at
WPAARES.org

 

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It's Here 160 Meter Multi Bander, Off Center Fed

160 Meter Off Center Fed Antenna << Click Here or call (610) 317-9779

 

 

TheHy Power 160 meter off center fed antenna is made with the same material astheir 80 meter off center fed antenna. The only differences are three:

1. The over all length of the 160 meter off center fed antenna is 268 feet.

2. The antenna is fed about 87 feet in from one end of the antenna.

3. The OCF160 covers the following ham bands. They are 6, 10, 12, 17, 20, 40, 80 and 160 meters.

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K3WS Serves The Amateur Community as:

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The ARES Emergency Coordinator / EC for Cambria County, PA

Cambria County ARES and RACES operations are conducted on the 145.210 Repeater PL 123 Callsign KC3DES ( ownwed and operated by Cambria County, PA DES ) Also connected to the county repeater is EchoLink Node Number349035 Callsign KC3DES-R ( owned and operated by David Hunter N3YFO RACES RO ) The CAMBRIA RADIO CLUB WA3WGN serves as the Cambria County ARES home club and is located in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. http://www.cambriaradio.com

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An Extra Class Volunteer Examiner / VE With The Cambira Radio Club hosted by The Laurel VEC and Led By Scott N3XCC

The host of EchoLink Node Number 377672 Callsign K3WS-L connected to the WA3WGN Repeater 146.940 - PL 123 owned and operated by the ( http://www.cvarc.info ) CONEMAUGH VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

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I WORK HF REMOTE WHEN I AM ON TRAVEL

I also work Echo Link Mobile on my Apple iPhone. Ask me how. Tom@k3ws.com

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Hams that I have visited in my travels and most I have worked their station.

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10/12/2009 ( very nice visit with )

KH6ILR Allan Hubbert at Club station AF3RH

AFRH-W Amateur Radio Association
3700 N Capital St NW - 1319
Washington, DC 20011-8400
Made some contacts on 80 Meters using the Ten Tec Orion Omni VII.
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N3JCV

W3DON

N5NWC

N8PSU

N3MUZ

N3IBT (now silent key)

N3JXT

K3RRA

W3CRA - W3ST

N3TGY

WA3GDC and KB3CGC 02/29/2008

KA3ZYC 03/15/2008

N3LAD

N3YFO

N3XCC

N3UEZ /M 03/18/2008 in College Park, MD

K3HPL 08/08/2008 Picked up IC-746 Pro. Also in atendance were KB3CGC and WA3GDC

WA3TNQ 08/29/2008 Picked up my first Ameritron AL-811

Roy W3TKR David W3AMC Mike WB3EQW #411 and Kelly (call??) met for dinner at Ryan's in Johnstown, PA October 31, 2008 Crowed in the next day....

W3IXN December 2, 2008 nice visit and picked up a few nice rigs.

N3JCV

AB3OV - KB3WUD

 

 

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AFFILIATIONS:  for Tom Brew K3WS (412) 407-3310  Tom@K3ws.com

ARRL Active Member (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

Member of the Board of Directors for The Western PA Repeater Council, Inc.  http://www.wprcinfo.org  Elected for 2013 - 2014 term.

K3WS is a Life Member of The Old Buzzard's Radio Club as #584. Operating Diaily at 1330 UTC (9:30 AM Eastern) on 3.905.00 LSB. Saturday 1330 UTC on 3.904.00 Checkouthttp://www.facebook.com/OldBuzzardsRadioClub for more detail.

Beacme Rooster Number 1253 on November 1, 2008 http://www.roosternet.org 3.990 Monday - Friday about 6AM Easter.

Blue Knob Repeater Association Member (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) http://www.bkra.info/ The BKRA currently operates four FM amateur radio repeaters, (3) 70cm and (1) 2m in Blair, Bedford, and Huntingdon counties in South Central Pennsylvania. 2m - KB3KWD, "Blue Knob" - 147.150 (+) PL® 167.9Hz Officers: President: Jeff Blake ( KB3FML now N8PSU ) Vice-President: Dave Love ( NU3T ) Secretary: Jerry Cox ( NR3T ) Treasurer: Travis Lunglhofer ( KB3FMK )

Presidentof the CAMBRIA RADIO CLUB (2011) http://www.cambriaradio.com The CRC is also the current home of the Cambria County, PA ARES operations.

Horseshoe Amateur Radio Club Member (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) http://www.harc1.org/

EASTCARS Number 30221

SOUTHCARS Number 6423 http://www.southcars.com/ http://www.voip.southcars.com/

10-10 Number 75112 August 12, 2008

OMISS Number 5933

Somerset County Amateur Radio Club Member (2007) http://www.k3smt.org/

The Green Mountain Repeater Association Member (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY. http://www.gmra-md.org

Active Member WPRC Western Pennsylvania Repeater Councilhttp://www.qsl.net/wprc/(2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) with repeaters 147.060 K3WS and WA3WGN 146.940, 146.775 K3WS, and 443.525 K3WS.

MY AMATEUR RADIO OPERATIOS: ++++++++++

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I spend a lot of time working HF from the shack and Mobile using a Kenwood TS-480HX. At the shack I use an IMAX 2000 for 6m - 15m,Hy-Power Antenna CompanyOCF-80, for6m-80m and in the mobile I use various Hustler resinators on 24" masts operating 2 bands or 3 with the plate.

WHERE YOU MAY FIND ME: ++++++++++

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Monday - Friday you can reach me on http://www.wanrs.com

Our new Wide Area Network Repeater System from NY to (DC K3WS ARES/ACS Repeater 442.900 PL 167.9)with coverage in Texas, Florida, Arizona, and Canada.

I scan all of the local repeaters and sit on 28.400 most of the time monitoring. And the K3WS Repeater 147.060+ PL 167.9

I try to work the SOUTHCARS VOiP Net every Saturday morning on my EchoLink node connected to Node *MICHIGAN* Visit the SOUTHCARS web site for more information http://www.voip.southcars.com/

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Some of my favorite QSO's.....

Monday - Friday you can reach me on http://www.wanrs.com

G0EVY, K3RRA, N3LAD, N8PSU, ZL2MAT - W2IK/WTC/911 - PA0GMW - AH7Y - W9USX - KH7Y - W6VY - KB3IFH - WA7HYD - W9KB - VE3CX - K7EG - J69DS - K0ARY/VP9 - W1MD - KC9JUR -C6ANM - 4M5IR - 9A4KW - XE2MX - //

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