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May Meeting

Program - Transceiver Performance
by Rob Sherwood, NC0B

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time: Social hour 6:30pm, Meeting 7 pm

Rob was first licensed in 1961 with novice license WN8ADB at age 14 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He upgraded to general class about two months later as WA8ADB. After moving to Colorado, he operated as portable Zero in mid-70s, and later became WB0JBP in late 70s or early 80s. Later, Rob held the call KC0ZV briefly, advanced class. Around 1988, on passing the Extra Class, Rob became NC0B.

Rob founded Sherwood Engineering in 1974, offering Drake upgrades. Started testing transceivers in 1976, which now total over 100. Data now available on the web at http://www.sherweng.com/table.html

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What's New...
(April 19, 2021)

        New On-line Method for dues:

                Thanks to Len K6ANP, we now have an on-line method to submit your annual dues!

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        Upcoming Events:

                May 12, 2021 (2nd Wed) -- Monthly Meeting

                Jun 9, 2021 (2nd Wed) -- Monthly Meeting

                Jun 26-27, 2021 -- ARRL Field Day

                Jul 14, 2021 (2nd Wed) -- Monthly Meeting

        Latest issue of Sunspots:

                March Sunspots

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Founded in 1980, the Redwood Empire DX Association is an Amateur Radio Club dedicated to DX (contacting other radio amateurs over long distances) and contests (on the air events where radio amateurs attempt to contact as many other hams over a fixed time period). Membership interests range from 160 meter DXing to VHF/UHF contesting. REDXA membership is open to all licensed Radio Amateurs. However, visitors are cordially invited to attend our meetings.


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