1506 S. Parker Dr.
Evansville, IN 47714
"Because a frequency..
..is a terrible thing to waste"
An ARRL Special Service Club W9EAR Member Indiana Repeater Council
February & March, 1997 Newsletter
THE NEXT E.A.R.S. EATING MEETING will
be held be at Noble Roman's Pizza, Washington
and Boeke, in Evansville on Friday, March 7 at
REPEATER NEWS... Repairs continue on
146.925, 443.925, and 145.15. Eric N9KDB and
Pete WB9DRB have been working hard on
keeping things running. After 5.15 had been off
for nearly a month, Eric made the long journey
to Evansville and found the problem. A new
power supply was installed, fixing the problem
and getting 5.15 back on the air. Eric and Pete
recently went to Vincennes and re-tuned the
duplexers, transmitter, and receivers on
443.925. Thanks guys for all your assistance.
Plans are in the works to replace the 443.925
with a new (to us) Motorola solid state repeater,
along with a new Link repeater controller that
will allow for automatic scheduling of the Indy
link, and provide more DVR recording time. A
bigger rotation of IDs is also possible with the
new controller for more variety. The 146.925
and 145.15 amplifiers are still down, but both
are still operational at low power. 145.11 repairs
continue. Remember to use 107.2 tone encode
on the EARS repeaters. ALL EARS
REPEATERS ARE STILL OPEN FOR USE BY
ALL AMATEURS WHO FOLLOW PROPER
RULES AND OPERATING PROCEDURES.
THANKS TO DEBBIE ROUSCH (XYL-KB9KCF) for reproducing and preparing the
EARS newsletter each month for mailing. Your
help is greatly appreciated.
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Rockford, IL July 26, 1997 Winnebago Co.
Fairgrounds, Pecatonica IL Talk in 146.61,
Dayton, OH Hamvention May 16. 17, and 18
Hara Arena See http://www.hamvention.org
Evansville, IN November 29, 1997
Vanderburgh Co. Fairgrounds 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Central time. Admission $5. Wall tables - $10,
Flea Market tables - $7. Talk in on 145.15.
VE TESTING INFORMATION:
EARS does not sponsor VE testing, but does
advertise area testing dates and times. If you
know of a test not listed, please write, call, or e-mail it to Neil ASAP!!!
Evansville, IN - Tuesday March 11 at 7 pm at
Harrison High School (Lloyd Expwy. &
Fielding Rd.) Room 213 by Harrison HS
ARC. $6.25 is the 1997 test fee. W5YI/VEC
For info, call Neil at (812) 479-5741, walk-ins
Evansville, IN - Saturday April 26 and Sept.
27 at the Red Cross Bldg., Diamond and
Heidelbach, at 9 a.m. by Tri-State ARS.
$6.25/ARRL-VEC. Contact Terry AA9MM.
Paris, IL - Sunday March 2 at 1pm at the
Community Hospital - Call John
Welch at (217) 466-4315.
Danville, IL - VCARA Club House Call John
Welch at (217) 466-4315 for more information.
For directions - (217) 442-3916.
Electronic Applications Radio Service, Inc.
1506 S. Parker Dr.
Evansville, IN 47714-3154
VE TESTING, cont'd
Terre Haute, IN - Sunday at 1pm at the Terre
Haute Red Cross on Hwy 41 North on Apr 6.
Call Fred K9EBK at (812) 466-2122
Indianapolis, IN - IPL, 37th and Arlington, at
6:30 p.m. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call
Tom N9LFU at 317-326-3168. Thomson
Franklin, IN - Walk-ins only. For more
information, call 317-974-1488. MidState
ARC (3rd Sat. March thru November)
Mt. Carmel, IL - Tuesday Feb. 18 at Wabash
Valley College Electronics Dept. at 7 pm
Contact Ken Wood KF9W for info.
THANKS TO ALL THOSE who have graciously donated to EARS recently. They include: Robert Curry W9EO, Henry DalleAve WB9UWJ, Bill Sage K9IHU, Chris Lemon N9XIE, Dean Wathen KF9DL, and Ruel Burns
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