Tag: Bill Shanney

W6TRW Club Meeting October 12, 2021

Speaker Topic for this Month: “Radio Frequency Interference – From Both Sides” Bill Shanney, W6QR RFI is a growing issue for Amateur Radio. The proliferation of electronics has added many potential noise sources which can interfere with receive signals. Our transmit signals can also interfere with household electronics. In this talk I’ll describe my experiences …

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W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday December 8, 2020 Repeater Net & Zoom

W6TRW General Meeting 6:30 PM Tuesday 8 December Will Be Replaced by Repeater Net on the W6TRW 2 meter and 440 MHz repeaters, and a Zoom meeting. For the 8 December Tuesday 6:30 PM call-in, here is the W6TRW repeater info ( https://w6trw.com/repeaters/ ): VHF 2 Meters • 145.320 MHz, Offset: -600 kHz, PL: 114.8 Hz; Located …

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W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday November 10, 2020 Repeater Net & Zoom

 W6TRW General Meeting 5:30PM 6:30 PM Tuesday 10 November Will Be Replaced by Repeater Net on the W6TRW 2 meter and 440 MHz repeaters, and a Zoom meeting. For the 10 November Tuesday 5:30PM 6:30PM call-in, here is the W6TRW repeater info ( https://w6trw.com/repeaters/ ):  VHF 2 Meters • 145.320 MHz, Offset: -600 kHz, PL: …

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W6TRW General Meeting – Tuesday February 12, 2019

W6TRW General Meeting February 12, 2019 Tuesday @ 6:00pm QTH: Roundtable Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance  Bill Shanney, W6QR, will present HF Radio and Portable Operations Special CW Feature: Keys and Keyers Bill Shanney, the W6TRW Club Elmer, at his operating bench W6TRW welcomes one its own, longtime members, Bill Shanney, W6QR.  A ham …

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Club Meeting Tuesday July 14 – Bill Shanney, W6QR – HF Transcievers

W6TRW General Meeting Tuesday, July 14th at 5:30 pm Roundtable Pizza, 4330 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance He’s Back! Guest Speaker Bill Shanney, W6QR on HF Transceivers W6TRW welcomes one its own, longtime member, Bill Shanney, W6QR, to center stage.  A ham operator since 1960, Bill has written many technical articles in the club’s Crosstalk newsletter and stays current …

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