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1 WA5MA Bixby MARK 2 W5AWS Tulsa ANDREW 3 K5TZS Broken Arrow DAVID 4 K5CAY Tulsa DAN 5 KC1KCE Sapulpa GRANT 6 WB5ANX TULSA PAUL 7 AC5JM Bartlesville JERRY 8 KB5VDA Tulsa GREG 9 KI5DAZ Tulsa JAMES 10 KF6OPP EDMOND DIRK 11 KY5VAR Broken Arrow KY 12 KG5NJA Bartlesville SCOTT 13 KI5YX Coweta MIKE 14 KD5UTW MOUNDS KEVIN 15 WA5TRM Tulsa STORM 16 KN6QCJ S LAKE TAHOE ZACH 17 N5DGF TULSA DON 18 KI5WDD Tulsa ROBERT 19 AD5JL TULSA BOB 20 N5DMK Tulsa DAVID 21 KI5VMS Tulsa STEVE 22 KO5WAG Tulsa MATTHEW 23 KA5MOD Tulsa STEVE 24 KI5YWF Oklahoma City […]
On Tuesday, 17 January 2023 at 1900 hours local, in Room-3140 of Keplinger Hall at the University of Tulsa, Mark, WA5MA, called to order the meeting of the Tulsa Amateur Radio Club. WA5MA introduced himself and the club officers present. He said that this month we will forego the round-robin introductions. WA5MA distributed certificates of appreciation to the following persons: W5RAB, Bob, for his long service maintaining the repeater system. W5JHC, Jack, for upgrading & maintaining the club web-site. W5AWS, Andrew, for comprehensive minutes of meeting. N5TWB, Bart, for public event organizing and ice cream. KC9THI, Ian, for organizing the […]
We are looking for input on ideas for the next HF University. Got a topic you wish you knew more about or want to go more in depth on something you saw at the last HF University now is the time to start letting us know so we can get presenters for our next event!
1 WA5MA Bixby MARK 2 W5AWS Tulsa ANDREW 3 K5CAY Tulsa DAN 4 K5TZS Broken Arrow DAVE 5 WB5ANX TULSA PAUL 6 AA5AS Bixby RANDY 7 W5IAS Tulsa Tulsa Amateur Rado Club Inc 8 KB5VDA Tulsa GREG 9 KI5VYF Tulsa LINDA 10 KC1KCE Sapulpa GRANT 11 W5JDC BETHANY JAMES 12 KF5ZTY Tulsa BRANDON 13 AC5JM Bartlesville JERRY 14 WX5TIM Alma TIM 15 KI5YX Coweta MICHAEL 16 N9JPH McAlester JASON 17 KE5ZUS * Hallett TODD 18 KI5YWF Oklahoma City DON 19 KC5MJE JENNINGS KENNY 20 KG5YBK Bethany SHANE 21 KE5ZUS Hallett TODD 22 KG5CTY Sapulpa PAT 23 WA5TRM Tulsa STORM 24 […]
1 WA5MA Bixby MARK 2 W5AWS Tulsa ANDREW 3 KC5MJE JENNINGS KENNY 4 KI5UUL Ponca City HARRY 5 KI5VLM OKMULGEE DAVID 6 KI5VMS Tulsa STEPHEN 7 K5CAY Tulsa DAN 8 KI5VAG TULSA CARL 9 KC1KCE Sapulpa GRANT 10 KI5ZDF Tulsa TIM 11 KD5EYC SPRINGDALE BOBBY 12 KI5YX Coweta MIKE 13 KA6DOY MANNFORD REMELL 14 KI5VME Guthrie ETHAN 15 W5JDC BETHANY JAMES 16 KG5CTY Sapulpa PAT 17 KI5YKD Bixby RANDY 18 WA5TRM Tulsa STORM 19 KN6QCJ S LAKE TAHOE ZACH 20 KE5MOF Collinsville DREW 21 KC9THI Tulsa IAN 22 KI5WDD Tulsa ROBERT 23 KI5VYF Tulsa LINDA 24 KB9ZWI Broken Arrow AARON […]
It’ll be good to be part of the Tulsa Amateur Radio Club in 2023… Here are the officers for 2023: President – Mark Adams WA5MA (Returning) 1st Vice President – Jack Conway W5JHC (Returning) 2nd Vice President – Ian Duncan KC9THI (New) Secretary – Andrew Shead W5AWS (Returning) Treasurer – Jerry Weikel KE5PMK (Returning) Public Service Liaison – Bart Pickens N5TWB (Returning) Callsign Trustee – Gregg Wonderly W5GGW (Returning) Newsletter Editor – Richie Shroff W5OKL (Returning) ARES Emergency Coordinator, Tulsa County – Paul Teel WB5ANX (Returning) As I stated in the December newsletter, 2022 was a great year for the […]
On Thursday, 29 December 2022, Mark, WA5MA, and Andrew, W5AWS, met at 1300 hours in Chandler Park where we spent about three hours operating, WA5MA on 40m and W5AWS on 10m. Neither of us succeeded in making any contacts; WA5MA used between 50-80 Watts into a “Hamstick” dipole, as you can see in the pictures, W5AWS used 5 Watts from a Yaesu FT-818ND into a Buddistick. W5AWS: Initially, I set the Buddistick on a photographic tripod, attached the loading coil to two 11-inch arms, on top of which I screwed the 5.5ft six-section whip antenna. I tapped the coil at […]