January 11, 1942 : The 12th regular meeting was held…at North Side YMCA. A motion to change the due’s to $3.00 per year payable at once was passed.
February 8, 1942 : W3OKU reported that the property transaction had been completed.
March 21, 1954 : A report was given on road conditions as follows: We can have the road bulldozed for $10.00 plus $7.50 an hour.
September 16, 1956 : Committee: Emil. LKM, purchased a building permit at a cost of $5.00. Paul W3WHY, got blueprints made for the new building.
April 21, 1957 : Estimated total cost of the new building as it sits now is $1,800.00- $2000.00.
March 19, 1968 : The phone was installed with no charge for the wiring. The cost to be $6.40 per month.
Here is the latest balloon updates for the BSA balloon launch.
K2BSA-12: Has been looping in the Atlantic ocean and has decided to show up heading to Puerto Rico
The new mode FT-8 is similar to the JT-65 and JT-9 modes except the T/R cycle completes in 15 seconds. Bob N3LL has worked 100’s of stations around the world on 6 meters using the TS-590sg remote station at W3KWH. Click on the above link to download or checkout FT-8.
FYI: The old KiloWatt newsletters have been recovered and restored to the website. Goto the newsletters page to get access.
On August 21, 2017 from 14:00 to 22:00 UTC we are going to join in on the Solar Eclipse QSO Party from the club.
They have launched and 2nd balloon today July 25th. Watch the video below and you can track this one by following the links for K2BSA-12. Currently K2BSA-11 is over the Atlantic ocean and we will have to wait until it gets near land to see if it made the ocean crossing.
Balloon launch followed by successful tracking
Posted by K2BSA on Tuesday, July 25, 2017
ALSO IN THE K2BSA NEWS………………….
Also our own AE3JM has some time to do SOTA activation this morning…
Activating Garden Ground Mountain (SOTA WV8/NR-058) on satellite this morning at the National Boy Scout Jamboree.
FROM July 21st….
The K2BSA staff launched an ARHAB balloon from the Summit on July 21.
You can track the balloon at the following links: