January 2009 - Ole Virginia Hams

The OVH ARC Newsletter
“OLE VIRGINIA HAMS” AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, INC.
Post Office Box 1255, Manassas, Va. 20108
Repeaters - W4OVH - 146.970- & 224.660- & 442.200+
OVH Nodes - Port 1: 145.030 Mhz; Port 3: 223.540 MHz;
Port 2: 440.925Mhz 9600 Baud backbone / N3OH (SYSOP--BILL)
http://www.w4ovh.net
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Greetings to all and Happy New Year. I would like to remind
everyone that nominations for OVH officers for the upcoming year
will be held at the OVH meeting on January 19th. Elections will
then be held at the February meeting (on Feb. 16, 2009).
I remind everyone again about the latest Front Panel Design Challenge
announced in the December 2008 OVH newsletter (pgs 1 and 4) and at
the last OVH meeting. The deadline for submissions is February 6th.
We expect to have an excellent program with an great speaker at
upcoming January meeting. Art / W1CRO has arranged for Steve
Floyd, W4YHD, Chief Engineer for HAARP (High Frequency
Active Auroral Research Program) in Alaska to give a presentation
about HAARP. I believe everyone will enjoy this informative presentation. The HAARP website is at
http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/ and I recommend that those who will be attending the meeting look at that
ahead of time. There is also some additional information about HAARP later in this Newsletter.
The OVH expects shortly to embark on supporting the fairly new technology known as D-STAR thanks
especially to Mark / WA4KFZ who has made a very generous offer which will enable the OVH to do that.
Some of you may be hesitant to jump in, understandably so, I can tell you the audio takes some getting use
to, but I have already seen its benefits just in day to day communications. At the next meeting we’ll have
a small demo and you can see and hear yourself the variations. Even though ICOM is currently the only
hardware vendor for this radio equipment, other options and development are likely. Numbers count and
there is already a lot of availability of local D-Star repeaters in this area, across the U.S. and elsewhere too.
I also look forward to seeing all of you at upcoming monthly OVH meeting on Monday, January 19th at
7:30 PM at the NOVEC Technical Center in Gainesville, Virginia where we’ll be able to answer additional
questions about D-STAR. Also, if you haven’t already paid your dues to renew your membership for 2009
using the form at w4ovh.net or later in this newsletter, you may pay up at that meeting. See you there!
73 George
K4GVT
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Ole Virginia Hams Amateur Radio Club, Inc.
Post Office Box 1255
Manassas, Virginia 20108
OFFICERS
President:
Vice Pres:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
George Tarnovsky
Wayne Kline
Wayne Phillips
Joe Dobes
JOTA
K4GVT
AG4ZZ
N7QLK
KI4OHR
791-5956
791-2100
393-8447
369-2639
W4HJL
W1CRO
WA4YGI
369-2877
791-4330
361-3091
JOHN H
257-3566
KI4POT
AB8CI
361-3257
361-8873
KI4OHR
W4HJL
369-2639
369-2877
WEEKLY NETS
Thursdays - 8:00 PM
HAMFEST 2008
Chris
Bruce
FIELD DAY 2008
Joe
Butch
KB4RKL
369-2877
WA4KFZ
818-8033
KI4AZX
393-6681
ARES AREA EMERGENCY COORDINATOR
David Lane
KG4GIY
361-3042
KU4WH
KB4EFP
331-1234
369-2877
KB4EFP
KI4OHR
KU4WH
369-2877
369-2639
331-1234
N4OGR
KM4AA
KB4BHB
361-0008
909-1512
368-4794
F.A.R. REPS.
Ruth
Mary Lu
FINANCE
Mary Lu
Joe
Ruth
KG4TVM
257-3566
N4SV
590-9562
WEBMASTER — W4OVH.NET
Bill
EMAIL REFLECTOR — w4ovh@googlegroups.com
David Lane
AB8CI
361-8873
W4ZB
754-0910
KG4NXT
257-3566
KD4KBX
N4SV
330-8844
590-9562
KI4PCM
335-1096
N4OGR
361-0008
W1CRO
W4HJL
N4SN
N4OGR
KG4GIY
K4GVT
KD4KBX
791-4330
369-2877
369-7265
361-0008
361-3042
791-5956
330-8844
W1CRO
791-4330
W4JTP
392-0150
KG4TVM
257-3556
W1CRO
KD4KBX
N4SV
W4HJL
K4GVT
W4KRL
KG4GIY
K4HJF
791-4330
330-8844
590.9562
369-2877
791-5956
802-1527
361-3042
335-1939
NEWSLETTER
Paul
NEWSLINE
John H.
PACKET
Alan
Bill
PROGRAMS
TBA
Trisha Wells
Steve
Art
Butch
Milt
Steve
David
George
Alan
W4OVH / W4PVA — TRUSTEE
SCHOLARSHIP
Jim
SUNSHINE
HISTORIAN
Theresa
369-2436
Bruce
Art
GENERATORS
Steve
Keith
Al
Pete
REPEATER CONTROLLERS
CLUB EMERGENCY COORDINATOR
David Meola
KB4RME
LEGAL
QUARTERMASTER
EDUCATION
Mark
257-3566
PUBLICITY
CLUB ROSTER
Blaine
KG4NXT
MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN
DIRECTORS
Don (Butch) Blasdell
Art Whittum
Charlie Dale
John H.
KG4GIY
361-3042
Theresa
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
Art
Alan
Bill
Butch
George
Karl
David
Bob
All telephone numbers listed above are for Area Code 703 unless otherwise noted.
The OVH Times newsletter is the official monthly publication of the Ole Virginia Hams Amateur Radio Club, Inc., a §501(c)(3) organization,
dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of Amateur Radio. This edition of the OVH Times is Copyright © 2008 by the Ole Virginia Hams.
The OVH ARC meets at 7:30 p.m. local time every third Monday of the month at the NOVEC Tech Center, 5399 Wellington Branch Road,
Gainesville, Virginia 20155. Members, prospective members and all other interested persons are invited to attend. Local information can also
always be obtained through the OVH’s FM repeaters on 146.97 & 224.660 Mhz. Up to date information about OVH activities and meetings is
also available on the OVH web site at http://www.w4ovh.net.
Articles and quotations in the OVH Times newsletter may be reprinted if credit is given to the OVH ARC and any other noted source. Proposed
materials for publication including pictures, articles, letters to the editor, classified ads, notes about specific errors, complaints or the like are
solicited from all readers. Forward such items to the OVH Times Newsletter Editor: PAUL@W4ZB.COM as soon as available at any time, but the cutoff
deadline for the OVH Times each month (usually the second Monday of the month) may preclude publication/correction until the following month.
Approx. Circulation - 170.
Last Rev: 01/03/2009
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Sunshine Corner:
HAPPY NEW YEAR to all! Hopefully everyone is off to a good start!
Birthdays this month– Dan/K9POO, Elizabeth/KG4NXV, Charles/W4XP, Milt/N4SN, Ed/
WD4AVU, Woody/N4MQ, Alan/WA2GTT and Harold/K4OPS. Happy Birthday to you all!
The OVH Christmas / Holiday Party on December 13th was a great success, with between 50
and 70 people attending. The food was wonderful and we were able to collect toys to donate to
Toys for Tots. Thanks to everyone for participating and a gigantic
THANK YOU to George / K4GVT & his wife, Ev, for hosting this
again. Pictures are at http://k4gvt.com/OVH_Christmas_08.
Special thanks to Gordon / NQ4K for presenting a program at the
December meeting about the upcoming Virginia QSO Party in
March. Google “Virginia QSO Party” for follow up details.
Condolences to Ken / WB4ZOH on the passing of Charlotte /
KG4QXO, his wife, on December 10, 2008. Charlotte received
her Technician ticket on December, 2001 and was the OVH’s
membership chairperson for several years. She always had a very
cheerful greeting for everyone and always attended Field Day with
Ken. Everyone will miss her. Her obituary from the local paper
(now the News & Messenger) appears later in this Newsletter.
Charlotte / KG4QXO
New Membership Chairman – Bruce / AB8CI is now the
chairperson for new club members [email: ab8ci@comcast.net or tel: 248-953-0274]. Many
thanks from everyone to Joe / KI4OHR for chairing this position for the last several years.
New Member – Welcome to Neal / KD7UHR who was voted in as a new member at the December meeting.
Please send your news (email) to kg4tvm@hotmail.com or telephone: 703-257-3566.
73 Theresa KG4TVM
Minutes of the Ole Virginia Hams Amateur Radio Club Meeting
December 15, 2008:
Meeting called to order by George / K4GVT at 19:30. There were a large number of members
present.
After the Pledge of Allegiance and introductions: Program by Gordon Miller / NQ4K on the
Virginia QSO Party that is held every March. Gordon presented a great slide show and very
detailed explanation of the QSO party. Get the latest updates by Googling “Virginia QSO Party.”
Break
Drawing for the mystery box was won by Bob / KC4TNC, no 50/50 drawing this meeting.
Minutes from the November, 2008 meeting were approved with no changes.
Treasurer’s report by Joe, KI4OHR was approved.
Membership – Joe, KI4OHR had one application to read in for Chip Deyerle / KJ4EOY,
One application was voted in for Neal Radicic / KD7UHR. Joe also has now turned over the
membership chair to Bruce / AB8CI. Thanks to Joe / KI4OHR for chairing Continued on page 4
OVH ARC Newsletter - January 2009 - Pg 3 of 12
this committee for several years and thanks to Bruce / AB8CI for taking this on.
ARES – David / KG4GIY let us know that Prince William County will be involved in the
Inauguration. Locations to be determined later this month, David also reminded everyone that
you do need to be registered to participate. David also led a discussion on the motion approved
at the November meeting concerning club equipment being borrowed and needing a club officer’s
approval in advance. David stated that this could be an issue during an emergency.
John, KG4NXT made a motion that the previous policy on equipment no longer require an officer’s
pre approval in the case of emergency. All equipment shall be logged out. This motion passed.
Repeater – Butch / W4HJL reported that everything is A OK and that he will do some more
work on the 440 machine shortly.
Education – Mark / WA4KFZ had 6 students take his Technician class, everyone that showed up
for the exam did pass. Mark will be working on a General class next, more info to follow. Butch /
W4HJL advised that Bob / K4HJF is interested in teaching an Extra Class class.
Hamfest – Chris / KI4POT held his first planning meeting last week and it was decided that we
would use 8 foot tables in 2009. His Hamfest group is currently working on the programs and
flyers so they can pass them out at the Richmond Hamfest.
Field Day – Joe / KI4OHR reported that the Nokesville site is reserved for this event in June,
2009. Joe has asked Theresa / KG4TVM to help get an elected official to the event.
Sunshine Corner – Theresa / KG4TVM announced the birthdays for December, also thanked
George & Ev for hosting the OVH Christmas / Holiday Party on the 13th. Thanks to the club
members for bringing new toys for the Toys for Tots campaign, 21 were collected.
Condolences to Ken / WB4ZOH on the passing of his wife, Charlotte / KG4QXO. Theresa made a
motion to donate $200 to Mend A House in Charlotte’s name, motion passed.
New Business – George / K4GVT announced that Mark / WA4KFZ has offered to donate a
DSTAR link to the club. Mark discussed the feasibility and time frame with the club.
Motion by Neal / KD7UHR for the Repeater Group to investigate the cost and maintenance to the club
and bring a report back to the January meeting so the club can make a decision. Motion approved.
Old Business – Al / KB4BHB donated a crystal set to the Assistant at the Parks & Recreation
Department. Her son he could use that in his study for passing the ham exam.
David / KG4GIY needs names of new members for the reflector list and also wants to look at
removing non-members from the list.
David / KG4GIY made the following motion – Only members in good standing shall have access
to and be able to receive mail from the OVH reflector. Good standing being paid members
according to the official roster as published after the annual dues period and subsequently there
after beginning with the 2009 dues period or other status as identified by the club, its officers or
the board. Motion was approved with 2 opposed.
Butch / W4HJL asked the club for $100 donation to the Manassas Police Department’s Child
Safety Council. This motion was approved.
Meeting was adjourned at 9:18 pm.
OVH ARC Newsletter - January 2009 - Pg 4 of 12
Reminders about some upcoming events / calendar dates:
HAMFESTS:
February 7, 2009 (Saturday) - Frostfest 2009 at the Richmond Raceway Complex, Richmond,
Virginia. Details at http://www.frostfest.com.
February 22, 2009 (Sunday) - Vienna Wireless Winterfest at Northern Virginia Community College,
Annandale Campus, Annandale, Virginia. Details at: http://www.viennawireless.org/winterfest.php.
A “flyer” for each of these upcoming Hamfests included in the electronic version of this Newsletter.
OPERATING CONTESTS
There are lots of operating contests during January and February. The web site maintained by
WA7BNM lists almost all of them! Check out http://www.hornucopia.com/contestcal/ for more.
PUBLIC SERVICE / TRAINING / ARES EVENTS
Check the online Calendar by David / KG4GIY at http://www.pwcares.org for latest updates.
David maintains a comprehensive calendar for upcoming events at that web site.
OTHER ITEMS TO REMEMBER:
Right Now: renew your annual OVH Membership using the form at http://w4ovh.net, the form
included later in this newsletter or at the January 19th OVH Meeting. The $10 annual dues
hasn’t increased in many, many years!
February 6, 2009 (Friday) - Deadline for submission for the latest Front Panel Design Challenge
by George / K4GVT. See the Dec. 2008 OVH Newsletter at page 4 for details or contact George.
Foundation for Amateur Radio - Scholarships for 2009/2010 Available!
All post-high school formal education is very expensive. If you know anyone facing such expenses
for education, let them know they should check out FAR which administers 48 scholarships and is
now accepting applications for the scholarships to be issued for the next school year. Many of the
scholarships require the applicant to have a ham radio license, but some don’t, and some are even
available for graduate school. More information, including the application forms which must be
used to apply, may be downloaded at http:///www.farweb.org. Worth checking out by anyone who
might be eligible. The final, final deadlines for submission of applications are May 1, 2009.
Emergency Preparedness Monthly Checklist from David / KI4AZX!
David / KI4AZX recently circulated via the OVH email reflector a two page Monthly Emergency
Preparedness Checklist (in PDF format) he had prepared. David did a great job with that and a
copy of those two pages are included with the electronic version of this Newsletter!
FREE - Online Ham Magazine: Ham-Mag -- Now in English Too!
The November 2008 Newsletter mentioned that several ambitious and very energetic hams in France
are publishing a free, online Ham Radio Magazine known as Ham-Mag at http://ham.france.free.fr/ edited
by Vincent / F5SLD. The only problem you will see there — if you can’t read French — is that everything
is in the French language, but that French version has been coming out like clockwork - 30 or 40 pages
or so - every two weeks. Of course, English is the international language of ham radio and the Editor for
the French version advised early on that his group intended to put out an English language version too.
That has now happened, and you can subscribe to the monthly, English language version “free” online at
http://ham-mag.com. The initial English issue has somewhat different content than the French language
editions, although a similar format, so you should still check out the French editions too.
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From the
News & Messenger:
Just a few pictures from the OVH Holiday / Christmas Party
held on December 13, 2008 at the QTH of George / K4GVT & Ev
50+ attendees - lots more pix at http://k4gvt.com/OVH_Christmas_08
OVH ARC Newsletter - January 2009 - Pg 6 of 12
January 2009 OVH Meeting - HAARP’s Chief Engineer To Be Program Speaker
Some of you will remember that in January, 2008 the HAARP project conducted moonbounce experiments
on frequencies just below and just above the forty meter HF band and invited the amateur radio community
to participate by listening and then submit reception reports. HAARP reportedly received several hundred
reports from the ham community. The HAARP web site at http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/ contains a lot of
information about HAARP and the effects of the ionospheric on HF radio propagation. This was reported in
the February 2008 OVH Newsletter (pg 8), and you may want to review that if you will be attending the OVH
meeting on Jan. 19th, 2009 at which HAARP’s chief engineer will be the program speaker.
Randy/K7AGE, a prolific poster of excellent ham radio related tutorial type materials on youtube.com, produced
an excellent video last year of his reception of direct and moonbounce signals from HAARP during the January
2008 experiments. Check out http://youtube.com/watch?v=L5E2ntIxAsc. That video shows and describes the
equipment K7AGE used for his reception and signal processing of both the terrestrial signals from the HAARP
transmitter as well as the long delayed signals from the HAARP transmitter which were reflected from the
moon’s surface. K7AGE was able to receive terrestrial and moonbounce signals on each of the two frequencies
used near the forty meter ham band used during the experiment. Look at that before the meeting too!.
More on HF Propagation!
The December 2008 Newsletter had a short article about HF Propagation which recommended
again two seminal 1927 QST references. A September 1936 QST article (not previously
mentioned) by Kenrick titled: “The Kennelly-Heaviside Layer - Its Relationship to Our Everyday
Communications Problems” is also recommended reading. This can be downloaded free by ARRL
members from the ARRL’s web site. The Kennelly-Heaviside Layer was formerly used to refer what
everyone now refers to as the Ionosphere. More on HF Propagation next month.
Using Simple “Screen Scraper Techniques” To Customize
The Aggregation Of Internet Information From Diverse Sources!
A lot of ham radio type data (e.g., HF propagation information) now available via the Internet
needs to aggregated from diverse sources so that it may be efficiently viewed and understood as
a whole in one place by the end user. There are some very simple, but highly customizable and
powerful techniques available to address this type of situation. A temporary “techniques demo”
which aggregates a large amount of local weather information is at http://w4zb.com/manassas-wx.
Take a look if you’re interested in learning how to do this. Please note that the techniques used at
that temporary “techniques demo” URL do NOT require the use of an web site URL, but can be run
directly from your web browser on any computer with an active Internet connection. A “how to do
that” explanation is in the ReadMe text file in the manassas-wx_ScreenScraperExample.zip
file
which is embedded in the electronic version of this Newsletter. The files included in that ZIP file
may be easily customized and extended to grab and aggregate other types of information!
Newly Available “Free” HF Multimode Digital Software!
We’ve mentioned previously that W1HKJ and others have been developing multimode HF digital
software with the name FLDIGI for use on computers running the Linux operating system. Reports
about the Linux FLDIGI suggest is works as well as the MIXW software running under Windows.
Art / W1CRO points out the W1HKJ.com group has at last ported FLDIGI to run under Windows too.
This will automatically result in a lot more interest in FLDIGI and a lot more users of that software.
It appears that a successful installation of the FLDIGI port to Windows (XP or Vista) requires a prior
installation of the CYGWIN environment on the Windows machine. That environment is available
“free” at http://cygwin.com. Query: has anyone yet tried FLDIGI and the CYGWIN environment on
Windows? How does it compare to MIXW or other multimode HF digital software?
OVH ARC Newsletter - January 2009 - Pg 7 of 12
R E M IN D E R
Yes, it is that time of year again!!!!!
Below is the 2009 Renewal Application.
Please fill out the form below (for database), attach your check
and mail to the address below.
Be sure to update your e-mail address or other information.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL APPLICATION
“OLE VIRGINIA HAMS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB”
2009
NAME: _____________________________
CALL SIGN: ________________
ADDRESS: __________________________
TELEPHONE: _______________
__________________________
EMAIL: ____________________
BIRTHDAY: ________________
ARE YOU PRESENTLY AN ARRL MEMBER? (YES/NO)
ARE YOU A VOLUNTEER EXAMINER: (YES/NO)
DO YOU WANT YOUR PHONE NO. LISTED IN THE OVH ROSTER? (YES/NO)
WHAT IS YOUR PRESENT LICENSE CLASS? ___________________
Dues are $10.00 per year and payable on January 1, 2009
Dues for additional family members living at the same mailing address are $5.00
AMOUNT ENCLOSING: _____________
NAME AND CALL OF FAMILY MEMBERS:
Name: _____________________________
Name: _____________________________
Return to:
Call: _____________________________
Call: _____________________________
Membership Renewal, OVH
P.O. Box 1255
Manassas, VA 20108
OVH ARC Newsletter - January 2009 - Pg 8 of 12
Monthly Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Please complete the following checklist on the first Saturday of every month:
Date review performed: ___________________
Signature: ______________________________
Test smoke detectors (if applicable)
Test carbon dioxide detectors (if applicable)
Check fire extinguishers for proper pressure. Turn fire extinguisher upside down and
shake for 1 minute to remix extinguishing powder (this is important as it settles to the
bottom, and over time it can clog the extinguisher).
Test fire escape ladder (if applicable)
Practice fire escape plan.
Test sump pump(s) (if applicable). Mix a little bleach with water when testing to disinfect
pump and plumbing.
Test Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt (GFCI) outlets (these are usually located in kitchen
and bathroom areas and any other areas where water is present).
Check “Go-Kit” for outdated/expired supplies. Switch out seasonal items if appropriate.
Try on clothing and shoes in bag to make sure they still fit.
Check “Shelter-in-place kit” for outdated/expired supplies. Switch out seasonal items if
appropriate. Try on clothing and shoes in bag to make sure they still fit.
Check “Auto Emergency Kit” for outdated/expired supplies. Switch out seasonal items if
appropriate. Try on clothing and shoes in bag to make sure they still fit.
Review emergency contact information is up to date, make appropriate changes.
Check generator(s) for proper operation, fuel and oil levels. Have service performed per
user manual recommendations.
Back-up all important information from your computer. This includes anything you
cannot live without if the computer fails. Store the back-up in an offsite location (safe
deposit box, etc.)
Review list of telephone numbers stored in home/cell phones.
Review list of email accounts and contacts (Myspace, Facebook, etc).
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from David / KI4AZX
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Monthly Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Check automobile/transportation: tires are properly inflated (including the spare), battery
is charged, fluids are at user manual specifications, and fuel tank is full.
Review important documents are up to date and copies are stored in an offsite location
(safe deposit box, etc.). These documents include but are not limited to the following:
Home/Auto
House deed
Homeowners insurance
Household inventory
Flood insurance
Car insurance
Car title
Driver’s license
Medical
Life insurance
Wills
Living wills
Medical directives
Medical records
Medication information
Doctors’ contact information
Other
Documentation
Credit card information
Social security card
Passport book/Passport card
Marriage/Divorce certificate
Birth/Death certificates
Banking institute information
401k/stocks/bonds information
Military discharge records
Parole information
Licenses
Awards/Certificates
School/educational records
Pet vaccination records
Pet identification (chip, tattoo, license, etc)
Veterinarians’ contact information
Utility bills
Utility bill/Property card to prove legal
residence
Evacuation plans
Emergency contact information
Warranty information
RIGHT NOW: Create your 5 Minute Go List
1. Go from room to room with a small notebook.
2. In your notebook list the one thing in each room that you would be able to carry in your
backpack that if lost you would suffer for the rest of your life (such as Grandma’s
wedding ring, the only photo of your deceased cousin, a special book, a wedding photo).
3. List only one or two absolute treasures that fit in the go bag that you can grab as you are
running through the house at breakneck speed with your list in hand because you have
already pre-decided what you cannot live without. Make those critical choices NOW. If
you can put those precious items in the Go Bag now, all the better. If not, list them on the
5 Minute Go List.
Taken from Disaster Recovery Journal’s Fall 2008 Magazine article “Creating a Go Bag”.
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from David / KI4AZX
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