Field Day 2015 in the High Desert
SD Six Shooters Field Day is over and the score counting begins.
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Photo by BOB YOUNGER, KK6FXV
San Diego Six Shooters Website
Celebrating an amateur radio adventure... 6 meters at a time!
You are invited to participate in all Six Shooters events:1. Four Nets weekly. Check out the Nets BELOW2. Monthly ARC meetings with Programs & Special Speakers3. Points for participation, prizes awarded, special events, etc.4. Field Day, Frys Operating Day, Christmas, special projects
San Diego Six Shooters SSB Net
Net is held on Monday nights at 8:00pm PST on 50.200MHz USB. Mike, N6IEF, is the net control op for this open forum net. All are invited to participate!
With today's new HF rigs, 6 Meters is easily available - especially with Single Side Band! Meet up on our Simplex frequency on Monday nights. Horizontal or verticle polarization, any and all are welcome.
San Diego Six Shooters "Shoot Out"
On Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm on 53.580MHz, 103.5 PL, the N6LXX repeater system, with Mike, KG6WLS, net control op. All amateur radio operators are invited to participate.
Net linked to SoCal, Las Vegas, Northern Texas (via the Rosston repeater site) and the greater Houston, TX area (via the Devers repeater site).
San Diego Six Shooters Net - "The Original"
Friday nights at 8:00pm, 53.580MHz, 103.5 PL, the long-running San Diego Six Shooters Amateur Radio Net on the N6LXX repeater system.
Don, Mike O., Ed and Mike B., rotate weekly for this open form net. All amateur radio operators welcome.
San Diego Six Shooters SwapNet
Meets on Sunday at 7:00pm on the Six Shooters 2 Meter Repeater, Frequency: 146.910/146.310 MHz - PL Tone: 100 Tx & Rx
Following the SwapNet, items will be posted here for one week and will be replaced each week after the Sunday SwapNet. Plus, you can re-post an item each week until it sells.
Monthly Feeding - oops, MEETING!
Meets on the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00pm:Marie Callender's, 6950 Alvarado Rd., San Diego, CA, 92120 (map)
Arrive early (6pm +/-) good parking, good food, and great fellowship. Meeting starts promptly at 7pm and usually lasts til 8pm - or just a little after. We hope to see you there!
If you believe in the efforts of SD Six Shooters, we would love to benefit a little from your charitable giving.
Donations are NOW TAX DEDUCTABLE. We have received our 50(c)3 status! We are a public charity and therefore are able to exercise all rights and activities under this highest charitable classification. Very few other Ham Radio clubs in America have this status.:-)
On 2 Meters
Every 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month
Buy - Sell - Trade - Wanted
Freq: 146.910 MHz (-) PL: 100.0 Hz Tx & Rx
Start time: 7pm
KI6BJN - Mt. Woodson
Frequency: 449.780 MHz (-) PL Tone: 141.3 Tx & Rx Analog
DSQ Tone Type: CODE DSQ Code: 120
KI6BJN - Mt. Otay
Frequency: 146.910 MHz (-) PL Tone: 100.0 Tx & Rx Analog
The San Diego Six Shooters monthly meeting has a NEW HOME!
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On behalf of the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department and the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation, we would like to express our appreciation for your participation in the 13th annual “Explore Mission Trails Day,” May 16, 2015.
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AFTER ACTION UPDATE:
At the Frys Op Day event, Hank and his assistant, Matt, were among the busiest guys there. Much thanks to Hank and Matt for help in making the Frys Op Day a huge success!
For over 30 years, Hank Wayne has been a San Diego based Radio Service Technician.
Although his day to day activities are centered around Law Enforcement and Fire Department Communications systems, he is also involved in doing Ham Radio installations for Ham Radio Outlet.
Hank has long been an asset to the Ham community AKA, W6NXS, and will be running our mobile installation clinic at Fry’s. Follow the 'Read More' link to find out in Hank's own words what kinds of FREE services he brings to Frys Operating Day.
On Saturday March 28, 2015, the San Diego Six Shooters KI6BJN 146.910 MHz analog repeater was replaced by a new Yaesu Fusion DR-1X analog and C4FM/FDMA digital repeater. The team that went up the hill included John (K6RLV), Alex (WB6DTR), Bruce (KG6IYN), and Joe (N6SIX).
Need a Ham mentor to help you find the right direction? No, we're not the AA, but we will help you meet your Elmer at a Six Shooters meeting or on one of our 6 Meter Nets. We're friendly and happy to take on your questions.
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San Diego Six Shooters ARC - P.O. Box 710971 - Santee, CA, 92072-0971 - 619-663-5561