Under the watchful eye of our station trustee, Dave, KR4U, some work occurred this weekend at the SPARC Club Station to support the Remote Station project, On Friday, station engineer John, KI4UIP and Don N4KII ran the rotor line and LAN drop from side one of the room over to the remote side (closest to the window). This allows the main network switch to go to the side that needs more LAN drops. Having the rotor cable allows the Green Heron RT-21 computer-controlled rotor interface to be next to the … Click for more
SPARC members maintain station and make contacts with K1N, Navassa Island.
Video by AL4B.
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Ron KP2N reports that the club station exceeded the last few year’s score in this past weekend’s ARRL RTTY Roundup at the W4GAC station. Using the contest callsign W4TA, several RTTY operators activated the club station to compete in this RTTY favorite. Results from this year and a few years past are:
CALL CONTACTS MULTS SCORE YEAR
Year QSOs Multipliers Score
2015 1002 115 115,230
2013 939 109 102,351
2012 899 118 106,082
2011 1028 106 108,968
Thanks to all the operators that came down and helped out.
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