In lieu of a fully staffed "talk-in" station, AI1V - Rick will have a cross-band repeater set
up on-site set to 147.480 MHz, cross-banded to 445.925 MHz.
There will be a 100 Hz tone squelch set up on the UHF side.
This system will allow anyone 'on-site' who is not busy when a call comes in to handle "talk-in" traffic -- plus give us the ability to connect locally.
Jeff Slusher - KE5APC of Leesburg
Chairman, 2009 K4LRG Field Day CMTE
(Purcellville, VA. April 1, 2009) Welcome to Field Day 2009! This great tradition – which started 76 years
ago back in 1933 – is the premier weekend for many radio amateurs and clubs throughout the United States. According to the ARRL, “Field Day is part educational event, part operating event,
part public relations event – and ALL about FUN!” There’s something here for each member of LARG – whether you’re new to the hobby or were around back in ’33 operating your old Ford spark
gap transmitter – Field Day 2009 “covers the spectrum” – touching on most all of the facets of our hobby. Want to improve your CW skills, learn contesting techniques, solve antenna problems,
learn how to prepare for an emergency or develop new and enhance old friendships? Then mark your calendars TODAY for 27-28 June 2009 and support your club – while providing growth opportunities
for each of us individually!
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