Welcome All Hams to Group 7155 - 1400UTC 7.155MHz

 

Group 7155 The Ham Radio Morning Crew on 40 Meters
Wooden Line

Our Sponsors Welcome You

Would you like to Sponsor
Group 7155? Click "DONATE" to
START Your 2018 Sponsorship

KS2R
Ken - KS2R
Ken
Sponsor
2018!
KK6YO
Gerald KK6YO
Jerry

Sponsor
2018!
KV4PN
Joe - KV4PN
Joe
Sponsor
2018!

N6ADT
N6ADT
Albert

Sponsor 2018!

N6KN
Rocco N6KN
Rocco
Sponsor
2018!
K7SID
Sid - K7SID Group Supporter for 2018
Sid

Sponsor
2018!
K6SAL
K6SAL SAL
Sal

Sponsor
2018!
AK7RM
ROB AK7RM CARTOON
Rob

Sponsor
2018!

SOLAR WINDGroup 7155 Plan of Attack. How do I find my way around here?
(You got a pen? Flashlight?)

(Solar Dashboard at left) .:. .:. .:.



K6UDA
K6UDA BOB Our Elmer with Attitude
Bob

Sponsor
2018!

Elmer with
Attitude
!

W6BQZ
Zebra
Ken
Sponsor
2018!

Your Web Guy
W6BQZebra

Click here to listen to
Group 7155
On the

SDR Snip San Francisco SDR

 

Walking TubesReally Old Tube RadioTubes Inside a Radio

 

 

N6DAN Shack

Shack of the Month - N6DAN - Dan - Temecula, CA

 

,

 

     

 

Group 7155 at the Yuma, Arizona Hamfest 2018

Yuma 7155 Group

Another Phenomenal Year!
Ah yes! There they are, caught red-handed, sacks in hand.
Members of Group 7155 with Founder Gerry, K9WZB.
For more Yuma Hamfest Photos:
Click Here

 
 

 

 

Logo Group 7155

We Welcome Everyone! Please Join in the
Conversation with Us on 7.155 Daily
@ 1400 UTC


2018 Sponsoring Stations --- LineUp: First Position: KS2R --- 16 Sponsors as of January 31, 2018
KS2R 2018! Sandia Park, NM Gap Titan, Inv V 1.5 KiloWatts NEW! Shack 1 / Shack 2
Ken TS-940S, Flex 6500 THM THP-922A My QRZ Link Re: www.kensphotography.xyz
         
KK6YO 2018! Torrance, CA IAC Shrty 40, Bazooka 500 watts RV PIC under a tree!
Jerry IC-7300, TS-940SAT SBE Power Amp My QRZ Link More Pics Coming Soon!
       
KV4PN 2018! Prescott, AZ 80 Meter Loop 500 watts RV Pics Coming Soon
Joe Collins 75S3, 32S3 Collins 30L-1 My QRZ Link Shack / Station Pics
         
N6ADT 2018! Las Vegas, NV -- 100 watts More Pics Coming Soon!
Albert -- -- My QRZ Link More Pics Coming Soon!
N6KN 2018! Torrance, CA 40m InvertedV @60 600 watts TIGER! TIGER!
Rocco ICOM 756 PRO TL 922A My QRZ Link More Pics Coming Soon!
       
K7SID 2018! Laveen, AZ Inverted V 200 watts +/- RV Pics +
Sid FT-990, TS-480 VL-1000 My QRZ Link At Quartzfest 2017
       
K6SAL 2018! Galt, CA Force12 C4 XL 1.0 KiloWatts RV Pics Click Here
Sal Yaesu FT-2000 A Big Ol' Henry My QRZ Link At Quartzfest 2017
       
W8PNZ 2018! Menifee, CA Fan Dipole 600/1200 Watts Elmer Award Video
Phil FTdx3000 AL 811A, TL 922A My QRZ Link PNZ Shack Photo
         
AK7RM 2018! Mesa, AZ True Talk 80-6m 500 Watts Photography URL
Rob FT-3000D, Ft-857D FL-7000 My QRZ Link Shack / Station Pics
       
KB7JS 2018! Phoenix, AZ Inverted V 560 Watts Dave in Flight Gear
Dave FTdx570 Pair of 6KD6 My QRZ Link Shack / Station Pics +
.        
N6DAN 2018! Wildomar, CA Inverted V 200 Watts  
Dan FTdx1200 AL-80B My QRZ Link Shack Photo
N7VD 2018! Mesa, AZ 40m Coax Dipole 1.5 KiloWatts Shack / RV Pics
Robert FTdx5000, FT100 OM 2000A+ My QRZ Link Shack / RV Pics
.
N6UG 2018! Rocklin, CA Doublet 600 Watts At Quartzfest 2017
Birton TS-990S, TS-480HX, KX3 SPE Expert 1.3k My QRZ Link Shack & RV +Desktop
K6UDA 2018! Penryn, CA Dipole w/Ladderline 500 Watts My Elecraft Shack Attack!
Bob Elecraft K3S, P3, KX3 KAT500 My QRZ Link More Pics Coming Soon!
 
KM2K 2018! Los Altos, CA W5GI Inv-V, 5BTV Vert. 600 Watts At Quartzfest 2017
Jimmy FT-1000D, TS-570D SPE Expert 1.3k My QRZ Link Shack & RV +Desktop
K6EB 2018! Citrus Heights, CA 9:1 End Fed 130 ft. 25'h 800 Watts More Pics Coming Soon!
Bill TS-530S AL-811H My QRZ Link Shack / Station Pics

 

     

....Welcome Group 7155

d


aa

Thanks to All who Sponsored in 2018!!


 

meteor

Sid, K7SID, reported seeing a fireball on June 1, 2016. This is a great site to find reports on sightings, check it out and enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

Ron, Ken & Leslie - N6XT, KK6UYP, W6BQZ

Above: Photo taken at the PARC Meeting (Palomar Amateur Radio Club) Mtg.
Photo at left is Ken, W6BQZ - then Ron, N6XT - Photo at right is Ron with Leslie, KK6UYP.
As always, another fun night for all!


 

And, Who is this Man

Working on this Antenna?

None other than K7SID, Sid

Working on Rick's (W0RIC) Installation

 

 

Ken's Photography

Our Own Photo Ken, KS2R
and his Amazing Photography

 

  Diving Rod Guy
 

Dave KB7JS The Latest Rants From Dave, KB7JS


SPUTNIK: Yesterday was the 60th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik 1, the first earth satellite.  Dave says, I clearly remember standing in the back yard looking for it to fly over ( we saw it often, there was nothing like “Light Pollution” then.  And Dad and I sat in front of the old Hammarlund SP-600 listening on 20.005 Mhz for its pulse CW signal as it passed by. Later, in 1962, my first “real” car was a ’57 Bel Air hardtop, manufactured the same week that Sputnik launched.  More impressive, however, is the pace of everything we experienced in a very short span of our lifetime. Just 12 years after Sputnik 1 beeped it’s way around the earth, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon."

Sputnik 1 was a cathartic moment that shaped a tremendous shift in our daily lives, and launched focused investment and growth in science and technology.  It may seem strange that I chose the word “cathartic” to describe the event that launched a sudden change in our society.  By definition, it represents a purging or relief of emotional tensions.  And yet, I believe that is what happened to our society as a whole, the casting off of beliefs and prejudices that formed the day to day expectations of Americans and were keeping us from looking outside our comfort zone, achieving goals that had been beyond our dreams and expectations.  Personally, it became the driving force that awakened my curiosity and lead me to pursue a lifetime career in science and technology.

Great words, Dave. This underlines how regular people become hams. Passion drives 90% of it and a chance encounter is the trigger that plants the seed. We all got here in different ways and it is our life experiences that made it happen. Or, think of it this way: Somehow, the Big Guy gave us a nudge and we in a mass of sweat and consternation did the rest of it. Grin, in your case you can say, "The Russians made me do it!"

- Regarding Amplifiers: Personally, I really don't understand the Amp craze.  What ever happened to the tenet of using the minimum power necessary?  While they are very popular and useful in poor conditions, poor propagation is what it is.  A better antenna will always get better results than can be obtained by pumping more power into a marginal one.  I sincerely believe it's the contest mentality that has caused them to be abused and used all the time to simply kick up the receiving stations S-meter.  Yeah, they will give you a stronger signal, but is that really necessary?   My experience on the bands is that they are too often used all the time, even in good conditions, which makes your signal so powerful that it becomes simply interference for the poor guys on the other side of the planet that you can't hear.   I'd rather have an honest QSO within the limits of the conditions and call it a day.   I have recently encountered some amplifier elitist's on 40 and 80 that won't acknowledge your call if you aren't running an Amp like they are.   I have witnessed them telling individuals to get an Amp or go away.

- Up to a Mile Away? Are you Kidding? : POT GROWERS CAUSE BIG STATIC FOR HAM RADIO

- Check out this site for band conditions: CONUS HF BAND CONDX

- Good read, very interesting, but it will give you a brain cramp: FM BACKSCATTER

- On the Lighter Side: BRITSH CARJACKING

- My Lips are stuck to my Keyer!!: WINTER FIELD DAY ASSOCIATION

-This little $149 tool can help you understand why things don't work: BIT SCOPE: MICRO ANALYSER & SCOPE

- Grasping the difference between regular batteries and deep cycle batteries: A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO BATTERIES

- And some tasty Battery FAQs: BATTERY FAQ

- Video Tour of the Johnson Viking Valiant: TOUR FROM THE BENCH OF K7PP -- <> -- AND, TUNING IT UP

 

. . . and from Ken -- LEARN ALL ABOUT AMATEUR RADIO de F6DQM -- See his site! http://f6dqm.free.fr/amateurradio.htm

Learning CW

-- The Art and Skill of Radio-Telegraphy - Click Here for PDF file (clean file)

-- CW Ops Homework - Click

New Sites to Explore

-- NEW! Electro ReSales - Novel Electronic Gadgets that will make your day!

 
nDiving Rod Guy

 

Every place, Every where

 

Strange Things Happening

Pics from Around the World & On the Road

 

Visalia 2017

Visalia Group 2017

 

 

Group 7155 The Ham Radio Morning Crew on 40 Meters

+ SEE OUR MEMBER'S RVs

+ CLICK HERE TO JOIN US TODAY

+ 2018 SPONSORS *

+ BECOME A SPONSOR TODAY

+ SEE OUR LINKS

+ SOLAR WIND CME WATCH

+ TOPICS - POST YOUR ARTICLES

+ REGULAR VERIFIED CALL LIST

The Latest News for 2017

New Rag Chew
Ours loosely defined group or net/discussion normally runs from 7 to 8 am PST. Quite often we stick around an discuss a variety of subjects (bring your own!) from 8 am to almost 9 am.

Anyone Can Join In
You don't have to be weighed in at 7 am to join in at 8 like almost every other net. Just call out your call sign. We exchange views and information on equipment, learn how to wind the best long wires. And there is more, we talk about amplifiers, tubes, Quartzfest (we are there), dipoles, verticles, remoting and more.

Tune In, Time Out at 5pm. If you are around, stop by, you never know who might be there. It is catch as catch can.

We are looking for more Sponsors. Help support our Group Website.

Listen to us on these SDR Websites:

SDR Snip ...Hear us on Sedona SDR

SDR Snip ... San Francisco "LO" SDR


GROUP 7155
(Free to Verified stations that have checked in on a regular basis for the past 2 months)

CALL NAME QTH
KM6AB Mike San Pedro, CA
W7AQK Dave Tucson, AZ
K6BF Bernard Oxnard, CA
N1BL Bill Fallbrook, CA
N6BTK Steve Newport Beach, CA
K7BWO Clark Alpine, UT
N6DAN Dan Wildomar, CA
N7EG Matt Tucson, AZ
KD6ET Gerald Woodland Hills, CA
N5FO Sam | video Tyrone, NM
N5FW Ford Maricopa, AZ
KD7GC Alan Glendale, AZ
N2GG Gil Belen, NM
AI6J Al Camarillo
N6KN Rocco Palos Verdes, CA
KW2KW Lew San Diego, CA
VE7LX Al Lone Butte, BC Canada
W5MEZ Jim Los Altos, CA
W6MUB Art Camp Verde, AZ
 
AF5MV Jim Rio Rancho, NM
NR7N Lance Scottsdale, AZ
K8NDS Rich Cottonwood, AZ
AK6OK Jeff Rocklin, CA
WM6P Steve Cohutta, GA
W8PNZ Phil Menifee, CA
K6PKO Jerry Fresno, CA
NR6Q Greg Galt, CA
KS2R Ken Sandia Park, NM
W0RIC Rick Sun City West, AZ
K6RRS Jim Las Vegas, NV
K6SAL Sal Galt, CA
K6UDA Bob Penryn, CA
KD6UMC Don Palos Verdes, CA
KE7VSR Peter Reno, NV
KS5W Keith Silver City, NM
W5WBT Joe Murphys, CA
KI6WJ Jim Reno, NV oo(RV)
AB6XG Rick Antioch, CA
N6XT Ron Valley Center, CA oo(RV)
     
 

zzJoin Group 7155 Today!

Get Listed on 7155:



Special Recognition
Become a Sponsoring Station:

As a Thank You, Sponsoring Stations get their stations listed. Info includes, Radios, Antennas, and Amplifiers showcased on the leading list at the Top of this page - and as an extra added bonus, a Link to their page on QRZ.com. And the BEST PART, you can have your headshot picture added to the TOP of the Group 7155 page.

To Become a Sponsoring Station, here is what you need to do:

Step One:

Send an email to: w6bqz@zebrahamradio.com and tell me you wish to be added to the Sponsor List. Provide your Call Sign, Name, QTH, Radios, Antenna, Amplifier, Power Out (keep all info focused on 40 meters). Tell me that you want a Group 7155 Sponsor Listing in the Subject Line of your email and in the body of your email:

Step Two:

After you have finished your email, this is the next step, please complete your request by clicking the Donate button below and sending the amount you deem appropriate.

Now, it's up to you. Your help is appreciated!

 

Regular Verified listings: Regular Listings are at no-cost and are for hams that sign in on a regular basis. These listings show only your call sign, name, and qth.Here is how to get on the Regular List:

If you are new and request a listing please be aware of the two month verification period to that you will be coming around on a regular basis. This is to avoid having us take the time to post a new station and then they leave and never come back. Hence, Regular Listings (are for Regulars).

If you do not want to wait for two months, and wish to be added right away without verification, there is a $15 charge for the posting.

Either way I'm happy to help, just email me at: w6bqz@zebrahamradio.com

To Repeat. This is a free listing for those who join in on a regular basis

SWL Listeners: Please enjoy our Group, we are glad to hear that you are. We just don't offer SWL listings at this time.

HAM RADIO QST AND QSL. MEET OTHER HAMS AND ENJOY TALKING ABOUT SOLVING PROBLEMS OR CHALLENGES BUILDING YOUR STATION AND ANTENNAS. THIS IS NOT A STRICT NET, IT IS LOOSELY CONSTRUCTED FOR A REASON TO ALLOW CONTACT AND INFO AND BACK AND FORTH WHEN NEW QUESTIONS COME TO MEET US EACH DAY. THIS GROUP, OR NET, MEETS EVERY DAY AT 7 AM PACIFIC COAST TIME WHICH MEANS I NEED TO CONVERT THAT TO UTC. ALL HELP NEEDED. PLEASE SPONSOR OR HELP WITH THE TOPICS AREA. TALK TO ME, KEN, THE WEB GUY. YOU CAN GET MY EMAIL BY ASKING SID, K7SID WHEN THE GROUP MEETS, TO GIVE THAT INFORMATION TO YOU. OUR MEMBERS INCLUDE N6KN, N2GG, W6BQZ (ME), KK6YO, N6YSK, KV4PN, N6DAN, K6SAL, AK6RM, W8PNZ, KS2R, KB7JS, N7VD. . . 40 METERS, QRZ, GREEN AS A NEW HAM AND LEARNING HOW TO BUILD MY OWN AM SHACK
 

'''''

 

 

Night Dreams

An Up-All-Night Midsummer Night Dream Animation

Sneaking around and putting the Tower Up at Two in the Morning

Under Cover of Darkness

This was the first opening graphic for Group 7155 in 2013.

 

 

 

,

 

Group 7155 The Ham Radio Morning Crew on 40 Meters

You will never regret finding
this infectiously fun and
mostly addicting group.

They are an amazing assembly of knowledgeable hams who through their daily exchange of information and group qso babble will help you in your quest to create, maintain, grow and, through many agile attempts, help you to avoid blowing up your ham radio station.

They make for an extremely enjoyable ham radio experience and come alive each morning at 7.155 on your 40 meter radio dial. Stop by today and say hi, lend your expertise and share your stories.

Tubes in a Row

We're glad you are here!

Lone Ranger
Grab Some Popcorn
and Click on
Our 7155 Mascot!

And Enjoy!

old wood radio

DIT-DIT .. DAH-DAH-DAH SILVA

 

 

 

From the Letterman Vault

.

Flower Purple  
Our RV Hams! Ohana Net Coast Gallery Laguna Beach
O'Neill Company Website
JOIN 7155 z

Logo Group 7155


 

On 7.155 MHz
@ 1400 UTC

  Flyzoo script v2.2