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  President's Notes
Chris VK3QB It was great to see so many members turn up for the working bee at the end of May. Not only did we prune a lot of overhanging branches but we also cleaned the Shack roof and skylights. If that wasn't enough, we also fixed up the mountings for the "inverted L" antenna as well as the Off Centre Fed Dipole. Mike and Steve set up a microwave link to the shack that will ultimately allow our computer to connect to the Internet.
     More in the June edition of the magazine.  

  DC Another Option
Even though today most of the electricity transmission lines are alternating current ones, in some cases direct current lines are also used. And researchers are becoming aware that in some cases direct current lines are more suitable than alternating current ones.
     More in the June edition of the magazine.  

  Aussie Distance Records
On May 13, Alan Devlin, VK3XPD, and David Smith, VK3HZ, set and subsequently extended the Australian 76/78 GHz distance record on both SSB and digital (WSJT/JT65C) modes. Their initial contacts were over a 64 km 40 mile) line-of-sight path. SSB Reports were 57 to 58, while and the digital contact signals were -14 dBm both ways. These records were subsequently extended to 90 km and 127 km later that same day.
     More in the June edition of the magazine.  

  Wanted To Buy
I am looking for "Werner Wulf type" HB9-Butternut, ground plane type, multi band, vertical antenna for 10 / 15 / 20 / 40 Mtrs. From memory, there was one that included 80 mtrs as well.
     More in the June edition of the magazine.  

 An Introduction
The Gippsland Gate Radio and Electronics Club Inc. (GGREC) is a group of amateur radio operators and electronics enthusiasts who promote all aspects of hobby telecommunications, computers and electronics.

General meetings commence at 8pm on the third Friday of every month at the Guide Hall which is located behind the Cranbourne Integrated Care Centre, Grant Street off the Frankston/Cranbourne road in Cranbourne (Mel. Map 133, J6), in the State of Victoria, Australia.

On the first Friday of every month the club holds a Prac Night at the Club Shack, where members meet, socialize and participate in practical projects.

Come along on a meeting night and speak to any of our Committee as they will be able to help with any questions that you may have.

 
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