RFC Show Notes Episode 043

00:00 Opening Theme “Give It All Away”, by midliFeCrisis, from the album “Live from the Loft”
00:54 Introduction In the mobile studio, “2M”, this time.
02:10 Donations Three donations were received since Episode 42. Thanks to everyone who donated.

A link has been added to the web site for Audible.com. This will also help defray costs. If you're interested in their products, please
use the link on the Resonant Frequency page to visit their site.

Traffic on the Amazon.com link has also slowed. Remember, it doesn't cost you anything more to use the link on our web site, and
we receive a small portion of the sale.

04:10   The ARRL West Gulf Division Convention, Ham-Com, was June 11-12. If any of you were there, send an email relating your experience.

Field Day is fast approaching, and that will be the main topic of this episode.

5:21   Richard has his D-Star radio in the truck and will be monitoring quite a bit on the weekends. Look for him on the 1C reflector.

Resonant Frequency is getting involved in the North Texas Section Manager election. Send in your thoughts about the election. If you're
in that section, consider running for office.

07:54 Topic Things to do on Field Day.

Perhaps you'd rather not spend Field Day sitting outside operating a radio. What else can you do?

Field Day is a great opportunity to visit many different amateur radio clubs in a short time. The ARRL web site has a Field Day Station Locator page that
shows the Field Day stations operating near you. There is also a searchable list of ARRL-affiliated radio clubs to help you locate clubs in your area.
By visiting the club's Field Day activities, you should be able to quickly determine how friendly and open that club will be.

Field Day is also an opportunity to accumulate contacts toward awards, like Worked All States or DXCC.

22:42   Richard reminisces about his Field Day operations.

If you do attend a Field Day, send an email about your experiences.

28:15 Conclusion Send feedback about the show, the web site, or anything else.
Email Richard at kb5jbv@gmail.com

Twitter: twitter.com/kb5jbv

Identica: http://identi.ca/kb5jbv

KB5JBV on D-Star via port C on the NE5R repeater.

Closing theme music is “We Gotta Go” by David Henderson at Podsafe Audio.

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