2012 SVHFS Call For Papers: February 17th Deadline
- SoftRock enthusiasts...we have room in the schedule..any of you care to present on how you've incorporated a SoftRock into your VHF+ station?
Call for Papers 16th Annual Southeastern VHF Society Conference in Charlotte, NC.
The Southeastern VHF Society is calling for the submission of papers and presentations for the upcoming 15th Annual Southeastern VHF Society Conference to be held in Charlotte, NC. on April 20th and 21st, 2012. Papers and presentations are solicited on both the technical and operational aspects of VHF, UHF and Microwave weak signal amateur radio. Some suggested areas of interest are:
RF Power Amplifiers
RF Low Noise Pre Amplifiers
Test Equipment And Station Accessories
Station Design And Construction
Propagation (Sporadic E, Meteor Scatter, Troposphere Ducting, etc.)
Digital Modes (WSJT, etc.)
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
Software Defined Radio (SDR)
In general papers and presentations on non weak signal related topics such as FM repeaters and packet will not be accepted but exceptions may be made if the topic is related to weak signal. For example, a paper or presentation on the use of APRS to track rovers during contests would be considered.
The deadline for the submission of papers and presentations is February 17, 2012. All submissions for the proceedings should be in Microsoft Word (.doc). Submissions for presentation at the conference should be in PowerPoint (.ppt) format, and delivered on either a USB memory stick or CDROM or posted for download on a web site of your choice.
Pages are 8 and 1/2 by 11 inches with a 1 inch margin on the bottom and ¾ inch margin on the other three sides. Preferred fonts are Arial or Times New Roman in any of 10, 11, or 12 point sizes. Single spaced lines are preferred, not to exceed 1.1 spacing. All text, drawings, photos, etc. should be black and white only (no color).
Please indicate when you submit your paper or presentation if you plan to attend the conference and present your paper in person, or if you are submitting solely for publication. The technical program is being handled by Robin Midgett K4IDC. Send all questions & comments to Robin Midgett K4IDC via K4IDC at comcast dot net.