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  2. OCAPA 19-OCT-2019 Minutes.pdf
  3. NQ5M

    Field Day 2019

    2019 Results https://contests.arrl.org/ContestResults/2019/Field-Day-2019-FinalQSTResults.pdf http://www.arrl.org/results-database?event_id=113112 3,113 entries, down about 3% from 2018 Almost 1.1 million contacts total during 24-hours, down about 7% from 2018. Over 500,000 phone QSO's (about 46%) 456,000 CW QSO's (about 42%) Over 138,000 digital mode QSO's (about 12%) -- more than double 2018! Class A made up for 41%, with 1,277 entries. Class is club or non-club groups of 3 or more people, operating portable from emergency power. The Oklahoma section had 24 entries. OCAPA submitted 460 QSO's, and a total score including bonuses of 2,908. In Oklahoma, we finished 5th overall. In Oklahoma, we finished 1st in 3A. We finished 122nd out of 309 entries nationwide in 3A.
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    OCAPA Christmas Party

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    OCAPA Christmas Party Golden Corral 1507 S Sooner Rd Midwest City, OK 73110 NOTE -- This is the new Golden Corral that opened the last week of October.
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    Contesting

    Here's a link from Darell WA3OPY on contesting from Tennessee Contest Group http://k4tcg.org/contesting-101/
  7. With the adapter, the range of travel to adjust the angle is vastly improved.
  8. WD5G

    Enid Hamfest

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    This event opens at 6:30PM and is open all day on Saturday. It's the last hamfest of the year. https://enidarc.org/enidhamfest
  9. I recently acquired a Kenwood TS-480SAT.... because everybody needs more than one HF radio, right? My goal is to build a clean, easily portable setup for things like Field Day, Route 66 on the Air, and Oklahoma QSO party. Kenwood makes a "sled" (MB-480) that puts the main transceiver body and the detached control head onto a single piece of steel. This is great. Except for one small detail: there isn't enough room between the transceiver and the display if you're using an RT Systems DB-9 to USB cable for rig control. Well, there is enough room so long as you don't want to tilt the display. So I found this on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001S2PYTQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 These come in a variety of flavors, so you need to make sure that you are ordering the right connector on the right axis. I need a female to attach to the body, then 90 degrees to a male connector for the project, which is listed above. If you find yourself in need of an adapter, these guys might have the solution.
  10. Anderson Power Poles power rating & wire sizes: PP45 = 10 AWG, 45 amp PP30 = 12-14 AWG, 30 amp PP15 = 16-20 AWG, 15 amp Available from virtually every ham radio supply shop. https://powerwerx.com/anderson-power-powerpole-sb-connectors How to install video from K7AGE:
  11. WD5G

    New radio and antenna

    I would choose RG-213 or better for a 75' run, especially if you are going to UHF. Dave
  12. OCAPA 21-SEP-2019 Minutes.pdfC OCAPA 21-SEP-2019 Minutes.pdf
  13. Setting up a new system, Yaesu FT-7900 with a dual band J-pole. My cable run will be between 65 and 75 feet long. Looking for suggestions on which coax to use, thinking that RG8 or RG213 would be sufficient with LMR-400 being ideal but overkill. If anyone has any spare cable they would be interested in selling or suggestions let me know please. Thanks Russ
  14. 1,253 Total QSO's Contacts by mode CW - 190 FT8 - 305 MFSK - 1 PSK31 - 11 SSB - 746 Contacts by band 80m - 114 40m - 690 30m - 2 20m - 445 17m - 2
  15. WD5G

    DX Spotting

    Just worked the ZK3A Tokelau Islands DXpedetion on 18.069 CW. Tokelau is #39 on the rarest DX list. I got him on the first call. He's listening up 1.5.
  16. Looks like 112 different slots were registered to be worked. FT - 49 SSB - 31 CW - 27 PSK31 - 5
  17. Thanks to this year's ops! AA5KD, Duane KB1ZQ, Hal KF5GTX, Robert KG5JST, James N5OHL, Jimmy N5PJ, Perry NE5SD, Steve NQ5M, Kyle W5SRO, Arni W5ZT, Daniel WA1GON, Darryl WA3OPY, Darrell WA9AFM, Tom WD0GTY, Jeff WD5G, Dave
  18. OCAPA 17-AUG-2019 Munutes.pdf
  19. This was Friday the 13th at Pop's using the Buddipole 20meter vertical.
  20. Jeff WD0GTY's trailer at the Route 66 bridge in Bethany. Antenna is a 40m OCFD.
  21. The next All Ham Dinner will be held on September 19, 2019, at 6:30 pm. This dinner will be at the Hibachi Supreme Buffet, 1012 W. I-240, (South side of the South service road of I-240) in south Oklahoma City. No RSVP is needed, show up, get your meal, and join the fun in their large north banquet room. The Hibachi Supreme Buffet has a wide range of food that includes, Asian, steak, French fries, Mongolian Buffet, pizza, salads, desserts, Italian, and Greek Gyros. It’s very affordable and there’s something for everyone.
  22. NQ5M

    DX Spotting

    HamAlert by Manuel Kasper
  23. what is the app name on android so I can get from apknite? On IOS, you might refer to Mocha Telnet Lite.
  24. We meet at Rose State College off SE 15th Street in Midwest city. The meeting is on Rm 200 of the Business Building. Enter from the West side of the building. We also do VE testing at 0900.
  25. We meet at Rose State College off SE 15th Street in Midwest city. The meeting is on Rm 200 of the Business Building. Enter from the West side of the building. We also do VE testing at 0900.
  26. We meet at Rose State College off SE 15th Street in Midwest city. The meeting is on Rm 200 of the Business Building. Enter from the West side of the building. We also do VE testing at 0900.
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