Dylon Mutz

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Apr 15

W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday May 8, 2018

W6TRW General Meeting May 8, 2018 Tuesday @ 5:30pm Roundtable Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance  Guest Speaker from Silicon Valley:  Edison Fong, WB61QN “A Tri-Band Antenna for 2 meters, 220 MHz, & 70 cm Antenna Without Radials” WB6IQN will present his new patent on a Tri Band base antenna (TBJ-1), featured in QST March 2017. …

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Mar 25

W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday April 10, 2018

W6TRW General Meeting April 10, 2018 Tuesday @ 5:30pm Roundtable Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance  Guest Speaker:  Jeff Reed, KK6TXO “Jeff Reed shares his SOTA experience” Summits on the Air (SOTA) is an ongoing ham radio contest, that encourages portable QRP operations in the mountain terrain. Each summit earns the ‘activators’ and the ‘chasers,’ …

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Feb 24

W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday March 13, 2018

W6TRW General Meeting March 13, 2018 Tuesday Roundtable Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance  Guest Speaker:  Duane Park, N6DSP “Baker To Vegas Volunteer Briefing” The largest police foot pursuit in the world, the Baker to Vegas run is where police organizations form relay teams to run the 120 mile course, in 20 stages from Baker, CA …

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Jan 31

AMSAT AO-92 Opened for Amateur Use

On the 03:25 UTC pass on January 26, 2018, AMSAT Vice President – Engineering Jerry Buxton, N0JY, announced that AO-92 had been commissioned and formally turned the satellite over to AMSAT Operations. AMSAT Vice President – Operations Drew Glasbrenner, KO4MA, then declared that AO-92 was now open for amateur use. Read the full story: https://www.amsat.org/ao-92-commissioned-open-for-amateur-use/

Jan 18

W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday February 13, 2018

W6TRW General Meeting February 13, 2018 Tuesday Roundtable Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance  Guest Speaker:  Joanne Michael, KM6BWB “High-Altitude Weather Balloon Launch” It began with ham radio…. In 2016, Mrs. Michael decided she wanted to launch a high altitude weather balloon with her students. A science mentor of hers told her she had to …

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