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October 2014 SPARKS

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The complimentary October 2014 issue of SPARKS, newsletter of the Tri-State Amateur Radio Society, is now available.

The program for the Oct 9th meeting will include PSK31 and a presentation on the ARISS contact,
Also Chris N9JCA will kick off the TARS member HF ladder contest.

See you at 7:00 pm or join us for Eat'n Before the Meet'n at 5:30.

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October 9th Eating Before the Meeting will be 5:30 at McAlister's Deli, 2220 N Green River Rd.
Drop by for food, socializing, "story tell'n" and whatever else comes to mind. Join the group at 5:30, or
whenever you can make it. Check in on 146.79 if you need directions or just bored on your drive in.
McAlister's Deli: Home of hand-crafted sandwiches, always fresh salads, giant stuffed spuds and our Famous Sweet Tea !
Everyone is welcome to join us.

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HAM RADIO LICENSE SEMINAR 2014

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HAM RADIO LICENSE SEMINAR
TO HELP YOU GET YOUR AMATEUR RADIO LICENSE
FEATURING • Demonstrations • Examples and explanations of test material • Ask Questions • Earn your license THAT DAY!

WHEN
November 15, 2014 8AM - 4PM
WHERE
The Evansville Red Cross
29 S Stockwell Rd Evansville IN 47715
COST FOR THE CLASS—$12  Lunch Included!

In order to be successful you MUST read and review the STUDY GUIDE prior to the seminar.

Study Guide available for download at www.kb6nu.com
If you need help getting the study guide, send email to:
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TAKE THE TEST AT THE END OF THE SEMINAR THAT SAME DAY!
$15 test fee collected at the session to take the test

The study guide for the seminar can be found at http://www.kb6nu.com/tech-manual/
You want the -  The No-Nonsense Technician-Class License Study Guide.
It is available in PDF, Kindle and Nook versions.

 


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September 2014 SPARKS

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The complimentarySeptember 2014 issue of SPARKS, newsletter of the Tri-State Amateur Radio Society, is now available.

The September 11 TARS meeting program will be WEATHER Spotting.

See you at 7:00 pm or join us for Eat'n before the Meet'n at 5:30.

 

Eat'n Before the Meet'n
September 11th Eating Before the Meeting will be 5:30 at Penn Station Subs 137 North Burkhardt Rd. Drop by for food, socializing, "story tell'n" and whatever else comes to mind. Join the group at 5:30, or whwnever you can make it. Check in on 146.79 if you need directions or just bored on your drive in.

Everyone is welcome to join us.

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July 2014 SPARKS

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The complimentary July 2014 issue of SPARKS, newsletter of the Tri-State Amateur Radio Society, is now available.

The July 10th TARS meeting program will be dipole antenna building.
If you would like to build a dipole antenna bring your supplies or just a diagram of your favorite home built antenna.
See you at 7:00 pm or join us for eat'n before the meet'n at 5:30.

Eat'n Before the Meet'n

July Eating Before the Meeting will be at CiCi's Pizza before the regular TARS club meeting July 10th. Drop by for food, socializing, "story tell'n" and whatever else comes to mind. Join the group at 5:30, check in on 146.79 if you need directions or just bored on your drive in. Everyone is welcome to join us.

CiCi's Pizza is located at 101 North Green River Road, just North of the Lloyd Expressway next to Burlington Coat Factory.

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Field Day 2014

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TARS radio operators in 24-hour national off-grid field exercise at USI June 28th-29th. fd 2014 logo

Amateur Radio Operators of the Tri-State Amateur Radio Society are participating in a 24-hour, off-the-grid national field exercise to set up and operate emergency communication systems using using digital and satellite capabilities, voice communications, radio and even Web hybrid systems along with historic Morse code showing ham radio is at the forefront of technology. Ham radio developed the original texting technologies so popular today.

Get On the Air (GOTA) operations are set up for the public. If you have any interest we will have someone available to help you Get On The Air and join in the fun.

TARS FD Location Map

During fires, earthquakes, tornados and other crises, Amateur Radio is often the only way by which people communicate. Amateur Radio operators are often the first to provide critical early information and observations to responders in crisis situations when cell phone towers are out and power lines down cut Internet access. This exercise provides a chance for the public to meet and talk with the hams and see for themselves what the Amateur Radio Service is about.

 
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For the latest announcements and information join us on the air for the Tri-State Emergency Net, Wednesday night at 8:00 pm on the TARS 146.79 repeater, pl 88.5.

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