WCARES is featured in a story posted by the Williamson Herald and written by Carole Robinson.
The story features interviews and photo’s of members.
Randy Moore, KK4SRO, WCARES EC would like to thank everyone who took part in what turned out to be a magnificent Field Day this year. It appears we did very well with numbers up in all categories. A big thank-you to Carl, KB9DKR and Cliff, N4CCB for all their hard work putting this event together. […]
Official WCARES Field Day Schedule is now available here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1A7a98VJQ-w-kW-YofA_3ockxSjCg61HFJdD_WvqFVrU/edit?usp=sharing Click the following link for the Field Day 2018 presentation by Carl, KB9DKR: https://wcares.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/2018_FIELD_DAY_PRESENTATION.pdf Here’s the link to the N3FJP logging software: http://n3fjp.com/fieldday.html along with the links from Carl’s presentation: KX3 Training: WCARES Field Day application of the Elecraft KX3 radio and PX3 panadaptor. (Cliff, […]
Carl, KB9DKR is organizing a 10 meter net. The primary purpose is to encourage WCARES members to practice on-air operating tactics and learn how to be efficient and assertive with passing traffic in a high volume communications environment like Field Day. More details to come today and Monday, so watch this post and be listening […]
Williamson County Administration building will serve as the WCARES HQ and setup there began at 0530. The rest stop captains were reminded that they will need to go by HQ on the way to their rest stop to pick up the sweeps trackers. All of the rest stop captains and SAGs should have a copy […]