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  • Hank Greeb
    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
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 3, 2011
      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 out
      http://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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