Author: Richard Cetron (page 1 of 2)

May 2018

President’s Message May 2018

Greetings!

In most volunteer organizations thee is usually a small percentage of the members that take care of most of the issues facing the organization. It is just the way that it is.  There are times however, when a larger number of members is necessary to insure the overall success of the organization.

We are trying to make sure that our general meetings have an interesting pre0session and a good topic for the main agenda. We do this in part to make sure that you have a fun evening out, and also to help in sure that a quorum is resent at every meeting. We cannot take a legal vote without a quorum.

We are working to improve out media image. Through the website, a Reflector, and other media to come such as Facebook and Twitter,  we want to present a dynamic representation of who we are and what we do. Your membership in the Reflector, and your support with articles and information  will help us to reach a broader base.

We will have another HF station day after the May 12th VE Session at Levittown Hall. It is a great opportunity to have hands von experience with HF radio as well as digital modes. If we build it, will you come? We hope so.

Finally, Field Day is almost upon us. We generally set up 5 stations requiring tents, towers, wires, generators, networking, assembly and disassembly. It is a really important event because it goes to the heart of why the government allows amateur radio to exist; preparing for emergency communications to assist in a national disaster. This is a large group effort and one of the times that we really need you to step forward.  We all need to build it together and they will come!

73
Richie, K2KNB

President

Lindbergh Special Event

A Special Event Station is a special operation usually in observation
or commemoration of a special or historical event.  On Sunday, May 20,
2018 from 9:30 AM until 4:30 PM members of the Long Island Amateur
Radio Club will be operating a special event station at the Cradle of
Aviation Museum under the call sign of the museum, K2CAM.  This
special event station is in commemoration of Charles Lindbergh’s
transatlantic flight on May 20th, 1927.

Charles Lindbergh took off in the Spirit of St. Louis. at 7:52 AM on
the morning of May 20th, 1927. Departing Roosevelt Field, Garden City,
Long Island, New York, he flew non-stop for 33 1/2 hours, arriving at
Le Bourget Airport, Paris, France, at 10:22 Paris time. We will be on
the air from 9 AM until 4:30 PM.

The special events station will operate under the call sign of the
Cradle of Aviation Museum, K2CAM, and will operate in conjunction with
the Long Island Mobile Amateur Radio Club.

Kenwood TS 440

Kenwood TS-440SAT, with mic and manual. It had the “dreaded dots” removed years ago, new top & bottom covers, will transmit from 1.8 Mhz to 29.8 MHZ. $400

Les Ostrick, K2TGW   516-295-0696 k2tgw@arrl.et

Kenwood, Collins, etc

 First Name : Richard
Last Name : Fountain
 WA2NOQ
Area Code : 518
Phone Number : 469-1994
Selling my dads(WA2KOY) rig. Kenwood TL922A $750.00, Drake MN-2000 $125.00, Collins 30L-1 winged $475.00 and Collins 312B-5 $125.00. Only issue is 100 Hz calibrator on 312B-5. Knob does not move

April 18th-Special Computer Net

The April 18th LIMARC Computer Net will have a special guest; Rich W2BZ
who will talk to us about hacker techniques. Rich kept on hearing that
hackers were interrupting communications, stealing money, data, and
identities as well as spreading viruses and other malware. He asked
himself “How do they do that?” Rich did the research to answer that
question and will share the knowledge with us on the 18th.  Hopefully
this will satisfy our curiosity as well as give us some insight into how
to protect ourselves from these techniques.

Ken WB2KWC

Eastern Communications Power Supply

Power Supply For Sale, Eastern Communications regulated Power Supply for sale. $20

Les Ostrick, K2TGW   516-295-0696
k2tgw@arrl.net

HP Jornada 540 Pocket PC

HP Jornada 540 Pocket PC running Windows CE. Charging stand, all cables seen and Porgram CD, Also HP Jordana portable Keyboard ab\nd Case. $20

Les Ostrick, K2TGW    516-295-0696
k2tgw@arrl.net

VHF Engineering Power Supply

Power Supply For Sale, VHF Engineering regulated Power Supply for sale. $20

Les Ostrick, K2TGW   516-295-0696

k2tgw@arrl.net

Astron Power Supplies

April 5, 2018
LIMARC has 2 Astron  20 amp Power Supplies, non-metered $50 Each- Payment to LIMARC
Richie, K2KNB  k2knb@limarc.org, 516-694-4937

Upcoming Events

May 12th, Station Set-up at Levittown Hall (2-5PM)
May 20th, Special Events Station- Lindbergh  DETAILS
June 10th, Outdoor Hamfest at Briarcliffe College
June 23 and 24th  Field Day
July 20th, Special Events Station- Apollo 11

 

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