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Mon, 24 Sep 2012 15:50:41 -0500
Peter Laws <[log in to unmask]>
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Peter Laws <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: OUMM: OU Student Amateur Radio Club, W5TC
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2012 17:37:06 -0500
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The members of the Oklahoma Student Amateur Radio Club - W5TC would like to 
welcome you, or welcome you back, to the University of Oklahoma for the 
start of a new year!

We hope all is going well and you are finding groups that fit your 
interests.  Some groups are easier to find than others and campus groups 
centered on Amateur Radio might well be in the "harder to find" category.

If you are an amateur radio operator or are interested in becoming one, 
please feel free to join us on September 25th at 7 PM at the National 
Weather Center on South Campus in Room 1350.  This will be our first 
meeting of the semester and a chance for you to become involved.

The OU Amateur Radio Club has a long history at OU. Membership is open to 
all licensed students, faculty and staff. Our club station, housed within 
the National Weather Center, maintains a D-Star repeater on 444.75 MHz (+5 
MHz offset), as well as an IC-7000 HF/VHF DSP transceiver available for 
members to operate. Antennas include a 30 ft vertical, with an auto tuner, 
good for 10 m through 80 m and up approximately 100 ft with a superb ground 
plane. The club also enjoys a 4 element SteppIR up 190 ft that tunes 20 m 
through 6 m. The IC-7000 is computer controlled through the club's 
networked computer and is used for logging and most (if not all) of the 
digital modes. This is an unprecedented equipment list for a student 
amateur radio club and provides members with essentially 24 h world-wide HF 
communications capability. Full access is available after appropriate training.

"Like" our Facebook page for more information: Oklahoma Student Amateur 
Radio Club - W5TC
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Megan McClellan, K5MEM, President
Meteorology Major
Kim Elmore, N5OP, Faculty Advisor

Kimberly Elmore

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Peter Laws / N5UWY
National Weather Center / Network Operations Center
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