The Madison DX Club Website
Work in progress at N9EM
That’s KA9VDU, Greg, up the tower after installing a 6.58gHz antenna for WAN access and a cross arm to hoist dipoles for the low bands. K9QB, Dean, and KF9AQ, Kevin, pulled on ropes. N9EM took the pictures.
The N9LB Skyline
Left to right: Two element 30 meter array, 40 meter dipole, TH11 20 thru 10 meters and seven 50 thru 2300mHz arrays. The right tower is fed on 160, 80 and 60 meters. All towers are Rohn SSV.
The temporary installation of NG9V in the shop at N9MW. The repeater was put in service primarily for MDXC use. It operates on 444.775/449.775mHz with 123 tone. The antenna is an 8 element yagi aimed at Madison with an estimated ERP of 100 watts. An associated channel of 446.625 is reserved for lengthy chats.
There is a Wouff Hong in our midst.
Be on your best behavior on the air.
If you have any pictures appropriate for the website of yourself or Club memebers, particularily in an unexpected activity, please e-mail them to me.
Thanks to all who contributed equipment for the Scholarship Fund Raiser and to all who helped at the tables.
Revised MEMBERS page. Click on “Old pix” at the bottom for some nostalgia and maybe a chuckle or two. Please notify N9MW of updates.
Regular meetings are the second Tuesday of each month.
The Madison DX Club meets on each second Tuesday of every month for the
purpose of sharing information regarding Amateur
Radio contact with distant stations.
DX-Cluster: W9BG DX Cluster is at www.w9bg.com or accessible on 223.440MHz.
Contact N9MW or KE9ET for more information