Here are some more pictures I hope you will enjoy viewing.
to right: Darrell WA5VGO, Larry WD5CFJ, John WA5BXO, Bill WB5PKD
W5MRY, Otis K5SWK, Alton W5FAP
Otis, K5SWK, at the old Houston location,100%
Home Brew Transmiter ,833A class C final withpush
pull pair of 833A's class AB2 as the modulators,
Speach amplifier and RF exciter or home brew as well. Otis has been a inspiration
to those who enjoy homebrew equipment and the high quality reproduction
of the AM mode of transmission. He is also a lot of fun to listen to. You
never know what kind of show or trick he is going to pull. That old pink
real to real recorder you see on the floor beside him has been used to
produce many sound effects and visiting ham operators that are not really
present during their own transmissions.
Here is the new K5SWK studio in Grangerland, Tx
rig new paint, new QTH
Jim, WA5UIQ and Candy, K5IYW
Does anyone know these outlaws?
KEN,W5FLV on the crutches,
OTIS, K5SWK holding his dog Sargent,
BILL, WB5UMJ to the far right,
ROY, W5MRY just behind and right of Ken,
JOHN,WA5BXO (me) behind and left of Ken,
Jim and wife,WD5JKO far left,
but who are the rest? HELP!
was the Radio and TV shop instuctor at San Jacinto High School, Houston,TX,
where many of us tried his patience and learned a lot of electronic theory
and work related applications. The 1955 station transmiter was single sideband
by the time I was in high school in 1962-65 but it was 100% homebrew using
phasing sideband elimination to develop the SSB output. Wayne is retired
in Trinty now and is very active on SSTV. I can't wait to go visit his
station now. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
are old pictires of me, WA5BXO from a high school field day that took place
about 1964. There were other stations present on the site, including the
high school club station K5TQU operated by the trustee Wayne, W5FJS. This
was not an ARRL field day operation but a high school club outing during
the school year. We were in competition with each other but you really
couldn't tell. The rig in the camper was a Federal something with a pair
of 813s in the final. Modulators were 1625s class B zero bias, RCAs recomended
configuration for 807s driving the screens direct and the grids through
a 20k resistor. The plate voltage was 1800 volts on the final and the modulator.
Yes I went thought a lot of 1625s but they were $0.25 or less for each,
and they would modulate the rig very well.
The club station at San Jacinto High School in Houston,Tx. On the left
is Calvin Switzer and yours truly John Coleman, WA5BXO on the right. I'm
sure everyone recognizes the DX100 and th HQ110.
famous W5PYT studios. Bob W5PYT on the left and I,John WA5BXO siting in
front of the rig.
antenna farm and main station QTH of W5PYT.
is K5SPE studios of Scotty Moore. Scotty was K5SPE first then let the ticket
expire and had to use N5SJL, but he is now K5SPE again.
Silent but remembered, Koby,
K5MZH, welcomes Hubert Humphrey