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21st Annual Southwest Ohio Digital and Technical Symposium

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  • Hank Greeb
    21st Annual Southwest Ohio Digital and Technical Symposium In cooperation with Dial Radio Club; Miami University, Middletown and the ARRL, the 21st Southwest
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      21st Annual Southwest Ohio Digital and Technical Symposium

      In cooperation with Dial Radio Club; Miami University, Middletown and
      the ARRL, the 21st Southwest Ohio Digital and Technical Symposium will
      be held on Saturday January 13, 2007. The venue will once again be in
      Thesken Hall of the Middletown campus of Miami University. Registration
      will begin at 8:00 AM, with presentations running from 9:00 AM until
      approximately 4:30 PM.

      As this is being written we have commitments for the following
      presentations:

      * D-Star, Mark Thompson, WB9QZB
      * WinLink 2K, Greg Zach, WG8Z
      *A PSK-31 Audio Beacon Project, Jim Everly, K8IKE
      * Using a Wide Band Noise Generator, Jay Slough, K4ZLE
      * The SoftRock Software Defined Radio Project, Tony Parks, KB9YIG

      Other potential presentations are in the wings, such as an AMSAT update,
      a microwave communications demonstration and more. As you can see, this
      year's program should be very informative with topics that are state of
      the art and have immediate real world application. Come meet the folks
      who are making things happen technically in our hobby, both locally and
      nationally.

      There is no charge for attending the symposium. A box lunch will be
      available on site. Directions to the campus in Middletown, Ohio can be
      found on the website: http://www.swohdigi.org Updates to the program
      will also be posted on the website. For further information, you may
      contact Jay Slough, K4ZLE at arrl.net
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