... From: Hank Greeb To: GRARA Group Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2011 7:34 PM Subject: [GRARA] Testla memorial
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, Nov 3, 2011
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From: "Hank Greeb" <n8xx@...>
To: "GRARA Group" <GRARA@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2011 7:34 PM
Subject: [GRARA] Testla memorial event
> From another ham radio reflector. Obviously, these folks didn't check
> the ARRL contest calendar. . . .
> However, if you're on before SS starts, you might find W3T or W3Y or
> YU0TESLA on the air.
> Wardenclyffe, Nikola Tesla’s last laboratory will be on the air November
> 5^th as special event station W3T! Wardenclyffe is located in Shoreham,
> NY on Long Island. W3T is part of a network of special event stations
> that are helping to raise awareness for the effort to purchase the
> laboratory and restore it into a science museum. To read more about the
> effort to restore Wardencyffe, please check
> outhttp://www.teslasciencecenter.org The other stations in the network
> are N3Y which will transmit via satellite and possibly HF from the New
> Yorker Hotel, Tesla’s last home in Manhattan, and YU0TESLA which will
> transmit on 20m as well as other HF bands from the Tesla Museum in
> Belgrade. For the latest updates on what frequencies to catch the
> stations on and a sneak peek at the QSL cards and QTHs, go
> If you’re in the Shoreham area on the 5^th , please stop by the station!
> Also, be sure to check out the Radio Central Amateur Radio Club. They
> will have the Marconi radio shack on the air a few miles away
> transmitting as a special event station commemorating the 90^th
> anniversary of the opening of the RCA transmitting antenna farm in Rocky
> Point, NY. More details are available athttp://www.rcarc.org/. Without
> the RCA club W3T would not be on the air. Their help has been invaluable!
> And, this just in, we are proud to announce that one more historic
> station will be on the air with us on the 5th of November, the Police
> Athletic League Amateur Radio Club of Yonkers, NY, a mere few meters
> from the site of the first FM transmission 66 years ago on November 5th
> of 1935 will be on the air with same call sign as the historic station:
> If you have any questions, or you’d like to help out, please feel free
> to contact me athcarter333@... <mailto:hcarter333@...>.
> 73 de KD0FNR Hamilton Carter
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