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Subject: LF: RSGB International HF & IOTA Convention: LF interests
From: "John W Gould" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 21:40:59 +0100
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This year's Convention is a month away - Friday 8th till Sunday 10th
October at the Beaumont Convention Centre at Old Windsor.  I've added
the programme detail below as the programme in the latest RadCom is not
up-to-date - we have added an item since it went to press!

Of interest to the LF enthusiast will be the following:

Saturday
1015 - 1045 The LF scene in the US, One Year of AMRAD Experiments, Andre
Kesteloot, N4ICK
1045 - 1115 Direct Digital Synthesis de-mystified, Johan Bodin, SM6LKM
& Dave Bowman, G0MRF (Dave will do the presentation as Johan will not be
attending)

1445 - 1545 LF Forum (73 and 136kHz bands), John Gould, G3WKL - Presentation of the Nevada Cup, the RSGB Experimenters
Award.

1600 - 1630 Internet and the "Reverse Beacon", Stewart Bryant, G3YSX
DX Dinner at which some of the LF enthusiasts attending will be spending
a convivial evening together.


Sunday
1100 - 1200 A practical guide to operating on 136kHz, Dave Pick, G3YXM
Both days:

73kHz and 136kHz demonstration station (generously masterminded by G0MRF
and G3XTZ?) - hoping to make the Basic 136kHz operating award this year!
We are also hoping that John G0AKN will find the energy to bring his
earth-transmitting equipment for a live demo!

Display area for LF equipment, photographs, awards, etc.


Full details at http://www.g3wkl.freeserve.co.uk/conv/prog.htm

DX Dinner attendees - let me know if you've booked to come to the
dinner. I'll do my best to see that we sit together!
73 and hope to see some of you there.

John

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John Gould, G3WKL
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