SW Ohio Digital Symposium, Saturday, 1/13, 9 am - 4:30 pm
- Digital Enthusiasts -
The Twenty First Annual Southwest Ohio Digital Symposium will be from 9 AM to approximately 4:30 PM EST, Saturday, January 13, 2007 in Thesken Hall, on the Middletown Campus of Miami University, Middletown, Ohio.
This year's program is still in the works, so please consider what you'd like to see as a presentation. If you have a favorite which you would like to present, please let us know @ k4zle at arrl.net.
So far the proposed topics are:
· D-Star Introduction, Mark Thompson, WB9QZB
· WinLink 2K in SW Ohio, 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
· AMSAT update, Gerd Schrick, WB8IFM, and Steve Coy, K8UD
· 10 gHz EME project at VOA Museum, Mike Murphy, KA8ABR
· BPL update, Ed Hare, W1RFI --- REMOTE
· The Michigan Digital Network, John McDonough, WB8RCR --- REMOTE
· ARRL news and views by Ohio SM, Joe Phillips, K8QOE, and Great Lakes Division Director, Jim Weaver, K8JE
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. Updates to the program will be posted here on the website, http://www.swohdigi.org/, so please check in from time to time. For further information please contact K4ZLE@....
We will have a "demonstration room" for items on the program, plus any items which you'd like to display. We'd like, in particular, a specialty APRS stations, a working PSK-31 station, and any other systems which you've found useful.
PLEASE PASS THIS ANNOUNCEMENT ON TO OTHER CLUBS & HAMS WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED.
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