Category Archive: Activities

Jul 07

Volunteers Wanted for Community Event July 15, 16, 17

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The Hawaiian Inter-Club Council of Southern California is the host organization of Ho’olaule’a held each year – the third weekend in July – at Alondra Park in the city of Lawndale. This year (July 16-17) the HICCSC celebrates 38 years of service to the community. There will be continuous Polynesian Entertainment, Arts & Crafts, Games, Island Style …

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Jul 03

HRO Ham Jam 2016

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Our 5th Annual HRO Ham Jam is coming up! Saturday, July 16, 2016 is the date, store hours are 10AM-5:30PM, and once again we will be hosting our local clubs and communications specialists in the store parking lot for another educational and fun event. Come tour the OC RACES communications van as well as the …

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Jun 25

Amateur Radio Test Session Results – W6TRW Swap Meet – 25 June 2016

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Report from Dieter Stussy, KD6LVW 4 examiners (remaining for the entire session) and 6 candidates dared to appear. One additional examiner helped the candidates check in, then ran off to “Field Day.” Our new NGRC/W6TRW liaison is not [currently] an examiner. Results per class:  2 techs, 2 generals, and 2 failures. Per elements:  5 passed …

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Jun 20

Join W6TRW for Field Day 2016

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Join us for Field Day on June 25-26 at Friendship Park in San Pedro We’re always looking for help setting up stations, towers, and antennas, operating during the event, and dismantling the site afterward. To volunteer, click on the “Contact” tab above to send a message to Field Day Chair Ray Enriquez, KD6IGI. WHEN: Setup: Friday, …

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Jun 13

June 2016 VHF Contest Round Up

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This past weekend was the VHF ARRL June contest. Club members on the air.   N6RRY Greg Martens  N6DSP and WD6DJI. Around noon on Sunday 6 meters opened up to the East and 7 land on 50.125 50.128 and 50.130 Mhz.    I worked Iowa with just a six meter dipole CN87.  NK6N was knocking off grid …

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May 28

Amateur Radio Test Session Results – W6TRW Swap Meet – May 28, 2016

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Report from Dieter Stussy, KD6LVW Attending:  12 Candidates and 6 examiners dared to appear (including myself).  One non-VE from our sponsor also observed. Results: – By Outgoing class:  4 Tech., 3 General, 3 Extra, and 2 failures. – By Elements:  11 elements passed and 8 elements failed. One candidate (8 years old) was accommodated by …

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Dec 21

Club Meeting Tuesday January 12 – Eric Christensen, K6EJC from HRO

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Tuesday, January 12 at 5:30 PM Round Table Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance Eric Christensen, K6EJC, from HRO Burbak showing Ham Radio Toys   In 1971, a CHP officer and veteran of the Navy signal corps, who happened to be a ham, came into possession of a little radio emporium on a wood train platform in …

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Sep 23

W6TRW 49th Annual Awards Banquet – November 14th

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Saturday, November 14, 2015 5:30 – 10:00 PM Bluewater Grill, 665 N. Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach   It’s time again for the W6TRW Amateur Radio Club Banquet! This will be our 49th Annual Awards Banquet and it will take place on Saturday, 14 November 2015. This year’s banquet speaker is Gordon West, WB6NOA !!  Don’t miss …

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Sep 23

Club Meeting Tuesday October 13 – Duane Mariotti, WB9RER – The Future of Emergency Communications

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015, 5:30 PM Round Table Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd., Torrance   In less than 20 years, cell phones have gone from a basic communications device to a handheld multi-functional communicator. Significant funding has supported statewide integrated two way voice and data radio systems. Does amateur radio have a role with the new …

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Sep 22

Hamcon 2015 Communication Vehicle Display Photos

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On Saturday, September 14, 2015, three mobile communications vehicles were on display at the ARRL Southwestern Division Convention. The W6TRW Amateur Radio Club communications truck was shown by several members of the club. The Los Angeles County Sheriff had a communications truck and did recruiting for the Disaster Communications Service (LA-DCS). The LA County DCS …

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