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Photos from Bryan 150 Special Event Station

Special thanks to Kevin Walton (K4RMF) for taking these photos!

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Bryan Amateur Radio Club Bryan 150 Special Event Station

On the 29th of November, 1871, The City of Bryan was chartered. A 150 year history of railroads, agriculture, freedmen, immigrants, and Texas A&M University followed with The City of Bryan at “The Heart of The Valley”. Since 1954, The Bryan Amateur Radio Club has been a part of the Bryan society. With an initial …

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Kit Build Photos from October 2021 Meeting

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18 September 2021 BARC Meeting

A small but dedicated group for our September meeting. After our brief meeting, Gerald Golub, W5VUI, educated us about using generators for emergency power. Lots of good information from someone with experience!

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21 August BARC Meeting

If you couldn’t attend our August meeting, we missed you. Beforehand, the VE team administered license exams and there were five new Technician Class operators! See the minutes for more information about some of our discussions. After our meeting closed, there was an informative presentation by Ron Hambric, N5SBN and Jim Hanks, W5CYN. Ron set …

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Replacing the W5BCS repeater antenna.

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Field Day 2021

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Member Spotlight: Lee Lance (KK5QO)

In a recent net, we posed the question, “Have you ever operated amateur radio for an emergency?” for open discussion. Lee Lance (KK5QO), one of our members, was unable to be on the net, but shared his story after he saw the question in the minutes: That was how I got interested with ham radio. …

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Remembering the Millers, WA5OMD and KC5CDJ

Tom, WA5OMD (SK), and Peggy Miller, KC5CDJ (SK), were active in the Bryan Amateur Radio Club for years and friendly voices over-the-air. They will be missed by their family, ham radio friends, neighbors, and the countless other lives they touched. Thomas Miller Peggy Miller

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Your Field Day entry

If you would like to contribute to the BARC Field Day score, you can submit your home station results to the ARRL and specify “Bryan Amateur Radio Club” in the “Club or Group Name” field and the ARRL will add your score to the BARC score.  The online ARRL Field Day Entry is here:  https://field-day.arrl.org/fdentry.php …

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