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AARC Austin Amateur Radio Club
ARO Austin Repeater Organization
Repeater world HQ
IVCA International Visual Communications Association
Motorcycle Special Event Team - Texas
TCARES Travis County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Temple Amateur Radio Club (Belton Swap fest Information)
Texas VHF-FM Society
The 3905 Century Club, Inc.
University of Arkansas
UTARC University of Texas Amateur Radio Club
WCARC Williamson County Amateur Radio Club
WCARES Williamson County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
GEARS Golden Empire Amateur Radio Society W6RHC
W0MR 3M Amateur Radio Club St. Paul, MN.
www.wikipeater.com A national Repeater Directory & Database
ARRL Homepage
Buckmaster's, an excellent DX callsign lookup
QRZ.Callsign Lookup
Electronic QSL
Radio City
Sunspot and Solar activity website
Virtual Collins Radio Museum
Alinco Radio's
AES Amateur Electronic Supply

Batteries Plus

Big Boy Rotators
Cushcraft Antennas
Glen Martin Towers
Ham Radio Outlet
Hy-Gain Antennas & Accessories
Hy Power Antenna Company Business intranet blocked
Icom Radio's
Kantronics TNC's
Radial Larsen Antenna's
M2 Antennas Systems & Accessories
Rohn Towers Systems and Accessories
Texas Towers
US Towers
Yaesu USA
HF-FAX Homepage



Five local Boy Scouts from Troop 513

W3MRC Station Pictures

On Saturday May 15, 1999 at the W3MRC Amateur Radio Club Station, we hired a professional crew to install our new KLM 6 element yagi beam for 20 meters. Do not try and do any of these tasks yourself with out the help of professionals. Both of these people shown on the tower and antenna do this kind of work professionally. This antenna is very big.  About 57 feet long and over 30 feet wide.  I also took some other pictures off the roof to give you an idea how high up the tower is sitting. The roof is over 80 feet high and the antenna is at about 65 feet from the top of the roof.  All images are 640X480 resolution.  Enjoy...


W0MR Station Pictures

W0MR Amateur Radio Club is our sister club in St. Paul, MN.  I was able to visit their club station while I was up there and take some pictures as well.  W0MR is located East of St. Paul near Lake Elmo in Tartan Park.  A very nice location.




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