Dayton (Xenia) Hamvention talk-in new 2017

Hamvention talk-in new 2017
My name is Gary Mullins K8UW and I am the chair of the Talk-In committee
for Hamvention this year. As you can probably imagine, the change of
venue is going to make Talk-In very busy and very important to our
visitors this time. In an effort to be able to help as many hams as
possible, and reduce traffic and repetitive questions on our primary
Talk-In frequency of 146.94- 123.0, we will be utilizing an
informational bulletin system this year that will provide answers to
many of the frequently asked questions and provide important general
information to those approaching the area. The bulletin system will be
transmitting on 145.525 where attendees and vendors can listen to get
the information they need.
Of course we will still be operating our usual Talk-In operation to
address questions or problems that aren’t answered on the bulletin
system.
The system will begin operation at approximately 0700 hours EDT on
Thursday the 18th and will continue during Talk-In operation hours
throughout the weekend. The more people that are aware of the
availability of this service, the better things can run for us and those
attending.
Thank you,
Gary Mullins K8UW
Committee Chairman
Talk-In
Hamvention 2017

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2 comments

  1. John Hartmus II · May 18

    How is your informational bulletin system not a violation of 97.113 (5) (b)?

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    • ve3ips · May 21

      I will let the FCC monitoring volunteers investigate but it coukd have saved lives when the huge thunder then 40 minute downpour causing the fleamarket area to be a mudpit afterwards. Lots of antennas attracting lightning in one place.

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