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  • Mark Thompson
    ... From: Hank Greeb To: illinoisdigitalham@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, January 7, 2009 5:10:19 PM Subject: [illinoisdigitalham] SW Ohio
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      From: Hank Greeb <n8xx@...>
      To: illinoisdigitalham@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, January 7, 2009 5:10:19 PM
      Subject: [illinoisdigitalham] SW Ohio Digital Symposiium Middletown, OH, Saturday Jan 10

      Twenty Third Annual Southwest Ohio
      Digital Symposium 
      Saturday 10 January 2009
      8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

      Below is the "almost final" schedule for the 23rd annual SW Ohio
      Digital Symposium.  It will be held from approximfrom 8 AM to
      approximately 4:30 PM EST, Saturday, January 10, 2009 in Thesken
      Hall, on the Middletown Campus of Miami University, Middletown,
      Ohio.  If you have questions, please contact  Jay Slough, K4ZLE k4zle
      <at> embarqmail <dot> com.

      The schedule is always subject to the vagaries of weather, etc., but
      we will try to hold to it as closely as possible

      8:00 - 8:20    Welcome by Jay, K4ZLE and Carl, K8CM
      8:20 - 9:00    Mel Whitten, K0PFX, Digital Voice Techniques
      9:00 - 10:00  Larry, K8LP,  LP-Pan
      10:00 - 11:00  Jeff, K7JPD, The Carl and Jerry project
      11:00 - 12:00  ARRL forum w/ Jim, K8JE
      12:00 -13:00  Lunch and demos
      13:00 - 14:00  Steve, K8UD, and Gerd, WB8IFM, AMSAT update
      14:00 - 15:00  Bill, N9CX on the AZ/EL controller project
      15:00 - 16:00  Jim, K8IKE, 3rd order Intermod measurements
      16:00 -        Prize drawings and close conference 

      More details, including directions, etc., are at
      http://www.swohdigi.org

      We plan to have a "show and tell" of several implementations of
      digital modes.  Among those planned are using D-Star and a portable
      PSK station using the NUE-PSK modem. Attendees are encouraged to
      bring their own pet project(s) to show and tell during the
      demonstration period(s)..

      The purpose of continuing this series of technical presentations is
      to encourage others to get involved in the technical aspects of the
      hobby and to share the knowledge of what others are doing.  You do
      not have to be an innovator to participate, just someone interested
      in what is happening in the realm of electronics technology.  As you
      can see we will have a varied program of topics presented by a group
      of skilled and knowledgeable individuals.  Come and learn.  The price
      is right!

      There is no charge for attending the symposium.  A box lunch will be
      available on site, expected cost under $8.00.  Updates to the
      program will be posted here on the website, so please check in from
      time to time.


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