Herman Campbell kn5grk at lusfiber.net
Thu Sep 26 22:03:23 CDT 2013

Upcoming Louisiana Events

Tabasco Pepper Sauce Special Event
*September 28 & 29, 2013*

*Greetings Fellow Hams,*

This is just a reminder about our *Tabasco Special Event Station *this 
weekend. Look for us on the following
  frequencies +/-  QRM.

10 Meters 	28.120 	
	28.450 or 28.595
15 Meters 	21.070 	
17 Meters 	18.100 	
20 Meters 	14.070 	
	14.280 or 14.258
40 Meters 	7.070 	
80 Meters 	3.580 	

For more information about the special event, search  K5DR on the QRZ 
web site.  And for those hams that would like to make a Collins
to Collins contact during the special event I will be operating my 
KWM-2A from 1800 UTC to 2000 UTC on 14.258 USB.

Glen Thibodeaux
QSL Manager & Event Chairman

Tour du Teche Canoe Race
*October 4, 5, 6, 2013*

Simulated Emergency Test (SET)
*October 12, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon*

*Jamboree on the Air (JOTA)*
*October 19 - 20, 2013*
Special guest Bob Norwillo, Program Director of the Evangeline Area 
Council, will fill us in on local
Boy Scout details. *
*Amateur Radio Club of Central Louisiana Hamfest *

Date:  October 19, 2013
Time:  8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Place:  Pineville Community
            708 Main St.
            Pineville, Louisiana
Vendors:  Regal-Brown, Hub City,
& Palmetto Antenna
Main Prizes:
1st - Icom IC-7000 HF-VHF-UHF
                   all mode transceiver
2nd - Icom V-8000 VHF Mobile
3rd - Icom IC-V80 Sport VHF HT
4th - Canned Ham
Special Drawing:
$300 Cash Prize - Separate tickets.

Tickets for prizes and the cash prize are still now available.

For tickets contact:

Scott Wren, KD5DFL
kd5dfl at suddenlink.net.


147.040 W5EXI Repeater Update
By Charlie Morrison N5WE

The 147.04 repeater is back up and on the air.  The Vertex VXR-7000 and 
Arcom RC210 controller has been installed and tuned.  We're currently 
not running a PL tone, but we are transmitting one on the output for 
those who want to use Tone Squelch.  We'll be making further changes as 
time goes on, but the repeater is up and fully functional.
      I've managed to take it as far east along Hwy 190 to Lottie, just 
on the other side of the 4 mile bridge heading towards Livonia.  I've 
also had decent reports past Jefferson Terrace Blvd exit on Hwy 90 
south, and into New Iberia.  Feel free to use this repeater for any 
purposes, and let me know if you head out away from town, how far you 
can manage to use it. I'm hoping for coverage far enough West to carry 
over to a Lake Charles repeater, but we'll see.
      Thanks to Glenn KF5FNP, Pat ND5C, and Roy NG5X helping me out 
getting this project completed.

(Photo is courtesy of ND5C)


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