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Digital communications Conference, Chicago, Sept 26-28, 2008

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  • Hank Greeb
    Mark your calendar and start making plans to attend the premier technical conference of the year, the 27th Annual ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 17, 2008
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      Mark your calendar and start making plans to attend the premier
      technical conference of the year, the 27th Annual ARRL and TAPR Digital
      Communications Conference to be held September 26-28, 2008, in Chicago,
      Illinois. The conference location is the Holiday Inn Hotel, Elk Grove
      Village IL

      The ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference is an international
      forum for radio amateurs to meet, publish their work, and present new
      ideas and techniques. Presenters and attendees will have the opportunity
      to exchange ideas and learn about recent hardware and software advances,
      theories, experimental results, and practical applications.

      Topics include, but are not limited to: Software defined radio (SDR),
      digital voice (D-Star, P25, WinDRM, FDMDV, G4GUO), digital satellite
      communications, Global Position System (GPS), precision timing,
      Automatic Position Reporting System® (APRS), short messaging (a mode of
      APRS), Digital Signal Processing (DSP), HF digital modes, Internet
      interoperability with amateur radio networks, spread spectrum, IEEE
      802.11 and other Part 15 license-exempt systems adaptable for Amateur
      Radio, using TCP/IP networking over amateur radio, mesh and peer to peer
      wireless networking, emergency and Homeland Defense backup digital
      communications, using Linux in amateur radio, updates on AX.25 and other
      wireless networking protocols.

      Call for papers is currently underway. This is a great time for the
      experimenter to present work in the digital field. Some of the papers
      are highly technical, others are very simple explanations of "how to" do
      something.

      Full details
      http://www.tapr.org/dcc.html
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