Tag Archive: arrl

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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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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Sep 09

Volunteers Wanted: W6TRW Comm Truck at ARRL Convention September 12

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The ARRL Southwestern Division Convention – HAMCON 2015 – will take place on September 11-13 at the Torrance Marriott Hotel. You do not need to be an ARRL member to attend. You’ll find all kinds of great stuff going on at the convention including ham radio manufacturers and vendors with deals on their goods, exhibits, …

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Jun 21

Information on W6TRW Field Day

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Hi, all – It’s summertime, and the annual ARRL Field Day is here again!  Please join us on 27-28 June at Friendship Park in San Pedro.  There will be lots of opportunities to learn about radio technology and radio operation firsthand, and to get on the air!  It’s also a great time to meet the …

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May 28

W6TRW Field Day June 27-28

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The W6TRW Amateur Radio Club returns this year to Deane Dana Friendship Park in San Pedro for Field Day. Since the first ARRL Field Day in 1933, radio amateurs throughout North America have practiced the rapid deployment of radio communications equipment in environments ranging from operations under tents in remote areas to operations inside Emergency Operations Centers …

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