The facility consists of a learning center with several rooms, which can be used for individual contest stations, a large social area, bathrooms and a complete kitchen area. This area is air conditioned and has lots of space outside to erect antennas. The view is clear in all directions and should lend itself to be a good location for Field Day operations. Now lets just hope that the propagation conditions are better than they have been the past couple of days.
Setup will begin around with the actual contest starting at . Lunch and supper will be provided by the Tri-State Amateur Radio Group. Everyone is encouraged to bring their favorite non-alcoholic beverage, any radios, antennas and accessories they would like to use. We will be operating CW, phone and other forms of amateur radio communication like PSK-31, Satellite, etc. The site also has Internet throughout the building.
Please click on the following link for directions to the Selman Observatory. http://ranger3.nwosu.edu/
We will be monitoring the 146.625 - 103.5 / 444.875 + 103.5 linked repeater system and the 444.275 + D-Star repeater throughout the event for anyone needing directions or information about the event.
The Alabaster Caverns are only about 7 miles away and offers a tour of the caves, several hiking trails and many other activities.
All amateur radio operators, their family and friends and the general public are invited to attend this event. Please feel free to share this information with your friends and amateur radio colleges.
For more information on this event please contact Jay Kruckenberg (K5GUD) at or Paul Mitchell (N1AUS) at 580-334-0883.
W5CSC group will be doing the ARRL field Day at Lake Waurika. Setup will start at 8 am, Ham Testing will began at 12 pm. Will be running 4A class. Take in freq 147.300 + off set pl of 141.3 come and join the fun and fellowship. Contact K5WPN for more information.