Presentors:
Mark Persons W0MH
Level: Intermediate
Category: Homebrew and Construction

A radio broadcast engineer uses his knowledge in backup power and lightning protection to assemble his HF ham station.



Presentors:
Baris Dinc TA7W / OH2UDS, Barbaros Asuroglu WB2CBA
Level: Intermediate
Category: HF Digital Modes,Homebrew and Construction,Oscillators and Synthesizers

A Minimalist QRP Approach - ADX HF QRP In this presentation we will walk through the design principles of a minimalist design HF QRP Digital transceiver called ADX. Topics covered will be as follows; - The design idea - Component selection for the design - Receiver design using CD2003 - Digital transmission technique using Si5351 - Zero-crossing ADC on a Arduino nano for TX audio interface - Generating FT8/FT4/JS8/WSPR SSB using Si5351 - Output power leverage - Schematic & PCB Review - Hardware review



Presentors:
Katherine Campbell KE8LQR, Liam Gazeley KI5JXQ
Level: General Audience
Category: Youth in Amateur Radio,New License- Now What?,New License - Now What?

This presentation will discuss ways that young hams can enjoy their operating privileges, as well as how they can meet and interact with other young hams. It will also discuss low cost resources for young hams interested in exploring different areas of amateur radio, as well as mention groups and clubs for young amateur radio operators.



Presentors:
Corey Ruth KD3CR
Level: Beginner
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Homebrew and Construction

A look at the Backyard Broadband Delta Loop antenna: what it is, how to build one, and how it works on the air. This antenna is inexpensive and very stealthy, so you can work the world while keeping neighbors and spouses happy.



Presentors:
Greg Algieri WA1JXR
Level: Intermediate
Category:

This presentation is an introduction to the nanoVNA Vector Network Analyzer. We will show how it works and how to use it. We will demonstrate using the nanoVNA to test an Amateur Radio antenna. If you have been thinking of purchasing a nanoVNA and have been intimidated by how to use it, this is the presentation for you. At a cost of approximately $60, the nanoVNA is one of the best buys in Amateur Radio.



Presentors:
Scott Rosenfeld N7JI
Level: Beginner
Category: General Interest

A special event station can provide significant exposure for amateur radio as well as the event being celebrated. In July 2022, the Ducks on the Air ham radio club at the University of Oregon ran a special event for the World Athletics Championships, being held at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Running a special event was a first for the club, and for nearly every club member and volunteer operator who participated. We discuss why we wanted to do it in the first place, our goals, whether or not we were happy with the results, what went right and what went wrong, and how we would do it if we had another opportunity. We discuss how we obtained permission to run the event, why we decided to use the club's N7DUX callsign instead of a 1x1 special call, and how we pulled off an operation encompassing 30 volunteer operators, 225 hours, and the nearly 100,000 square miles within the borders of Oregon. We hope that this presentation can serve as validation and encouragement for those wishing to do something similar, and that our experiences might help to provide guidance to others.



Presentors:
Dan Romanchik KB6NU
Level: General Audience
Category: Youth in Amateur Radio,General Interest,Digital Voice Mode

Since 2019, ARDC has been awarding grants to amateur radio organizations and educational nonprofit organizations. These grants have funded many club projects, including programs designed to get young people involved in amateur radio and to help them get started with their careers, as well as open-source development projects. This talk will discuss three grants awarded by ARDC and the impact they've had, including: - Engaging and Educating Youth in Amateur Radio Through Hands-on Space Science Activities - Society of Women Engineers programs that help young women get into engineering and excel professionally. - M17 Project.



Presentors:
Glen Popiel KW5GP
Level: Intermediate
Category: Controllers - Raspberry Pi, Arduino

In an all-new presentation, we'll discuss what to do when your project goes beyond the capabilities of the basic Arduino Uno and Nano. Join Glen on a voyage of discovery and new insights into the next level of Arduino and microcontrollers.



Presentors:
Tim Ellison W4TME
Level: Intermediate
Category: SDR Software Defined Radio

Optimize your FLEX-6000 SDR for optimal reception by an explanation of the RF Preamp and the AGC.



Presentors:
Michelle Thompson W5NYV
Level: Intermediate
Category: DSP and Software Design,Future of Amateur Radio,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are all over the news, taking over academia, getting billions of dollars of commercial investment, and will change both computer networking and wireless communications in fundamental ways. What does the future of amateur radio look like when radios use machine learning to operate? How does our relationship to the bands change with cognitive radio? Where are we in this transformation? What will happen next?



Presentors:
Dave Jensen W7DGJ, Steve Bennion W7DJ
Level: General Audience
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines

Dave Jensen and Steve Bennion are part of a growing trend in the amateur radio community. Licensed more than 50 years ago, both Steve and Dave came back to the hobby during the pandemic and haven’t regretted it. Over the last few years, both have met and spoken to many others who have dusted off their gear and gotten back on the air. It is clear that many hams share the same interests when it comes to improving their stations. 100 watts and a wire was great for a time. But 100 watts just doesn’t cut through the noise, and another growing trend has emerged as a result. Despite the improvements from our current solar cycle, an increasing number of operators are looking for additional power and have acquired linear amplifiers. There is a large and growing wave of operators powering up to an average of 800 to 1000 watts. Of course, in that process, all the other elements of your station must line up to achieve the benefits of this increased power, and that may include new antennas that then require an antenna tuner. Dave and Steve found out that despite how nice it is to have an antenna that works on multiple bands, none of them are perfect, so they investigated the market for automatic antenna tuners that will handle a Kilowatt. We're not talking about tuning up a coat hanger or trying to send RF into a 10-to-1 mismatch. The goal of this session is to review the market and discuss three major sellers in the category and how they have performed in two shacks at a Kilowatt.



Presentors:
Ria Jairam N2RJ
Level: Intermediate
Category: Emergency Communications

As the power grid buckles from severe weather, lack of maintenance, and just plain bad luck - we have a slew of new power options to power your station when the grid goes down. We will talk about new options including batteries, solar and even wind and micro hydro power.



Presentors:
REX Harper W1REX, Stephen Houser N1SH
Level: Beginner
Category: Build-A-Thon

This is a beginner's Buildathon based on some very simple station accessories. We will build a straight key with microprocessor based electronic keyer with sidetone oscillator. Use this with a pair of headphones to practice sending Morse Code. We will also build a simple wire antenna which will be an end fed Zepp antenna with associated tuner. Added to the Sunday Intermediate Buildathon featuring an elementary transceiver you will then have a complete QRP station. Just add some headphones and a battery and you can be on the air! Get your kit here: http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=QSSA



Presentors:
REX Harper W1REX, Stephen Houser N1SH
Level: Beginner
Category: Build-A-Thon,Antennas and Transmission Lines,Homebrew and Construction,General Interest

In this Buildathon, we will be building a fairly simple but fully functional HF transceiver for the 40m band. It is based on the classic 'Pixie' design and has been built by beginner hams for decades. While we have added a few changes to make it perform better than the earlier versions of the Pixie, it is still fairly simple and straightforward to build by beginners. Used in conjunction with the station accessories Buildathon on Saturday, all you have to add is a battery and a pair of headphones to have a complete working station! Get your Build-A-Thon kit here: http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=QSST



Presentors:
Doug Millar K6JEY, Tony Long KC6QHP
Level: Intermediate
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Homebrew and Construction

Doug and Tony have been working on various approaches to a 122GHz station using the boards from Australia. We present beginner and intermediate projects.



Presentors:
Alex Van Patten W3AVP
Level: Beginner
Category: Contesting and DX,New License - Now What?,General Interest,New License- Now What?

Have you heard folks calling "CQ Contest" and wonder what all is going on? You don't have to be a Big Gun station to get involved! We'll explore how newcomers can navigate contests, make contacts, and improve operating skills and techniques.



Presentors:
Robert Glorioso W1IS, Robert Rose KC1DSQ
Level: Intermediate
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines

All the elements to understand and build effective, low SWR, Multi-Band End fed antennas and why including transformers, counterpoises, capacitor loads and deployment. Several different designs included.



Presentors:
Brandin Hess WL1B, Drew Dasher N1ER
Level: General Audience
Category: Future of Amateur Radio,Youth in Amateur Radio,Youth Forum,Software and Services

As our hobby looks at better ways to serve our members and potential newcomers, remote license testing is becoming a great service for people that live in remote areas, do not have a club nearby, are looking for convenience, or are simply more comfortable in a virtual environment. This presentation will look at the Aurora Amateur Radio Group (AARG) and their entire remote testing process. Attendees will learn how tools such as Zoom, batch file creation, exam software, and email can be leveraged for a full virtual experience. FCC policy and rule adherence will be discussed so that attendees understand what is needed to start a program. At the conclusion of the presentation, attendees will have a basic understanding of the remote process, have tools to start their own program, and partners available to help assist in setting up their own program within their clubs or in joining already existing programs as remote VEs.



Presentors:
Lou Dietrich N2TU
Level: General Audience
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Contesting and DX,New License - Now What?,General Interest,Station Operation,SDR Software Defined Radio

Lou N2TU and Mike VA3MW do a show and tell of all the cool software and hardware tools for todays ham radio operator and DXer. How to find and work the rare ones and build your QSO count. Also, if you can't hear them, you can't work them.



Presentors:
Matt Youngblood KD5FGE
Level: Beginner
Category: Future of Amateur Radio,General Interest,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services

Matt talks about the future of HF radio for both today's amateur radio operator and HF commercial operators.



Presentors:
Michael Walker VA3MW
Level: Beginner
Category: Contesting and DX,Future of Amateur Radio,SDR Software Defined Radio

Mike and Ron will discuss the features of the FlexRadio product line. Which radio is for me? As well, the seamless integration with Tuners, Amplifiers and 403A antenna switches.



Presentors:
Michelle Thompson W5NYV
Level: General Audience
Category: Space and Satellites

Haifuraiya is an open source highly elliptical orbit amateur satellite project proposal. This presentation will walk through the high level project proposal. The project features a digital microwave multiplexing transceiver with a failover transponder mode, has an international volunteer team open to community participants, and complies with debris mitigation guidance from the United States Federal Communications Commission.



Presentors:
Steve Kennedy VK6SJ
Level: Advanced or Expert
Category: Repeaters and Remote Control Stations,Antennas and Transmission Lines,Contesting and DX,Power Amplifiers,Station Operation

Steve sits down with Mike VA3MW and discusses amateur radio operations in Australia. Steve's company, Future Systems, is a FlexRadio dealer supporting many active ham radio operators. He discusses Future Systems contributions to the Amateur Radio hobby and the future of the company.



Presentors:
Gerhard Spangenberg KF4GGK
Level: Beginner
Category: Emergency Communications,Field Operation,Station Operation

I developed an exercise for my local emergency group around the assumption that the local repeater was down in an emergency and we had to communicate over difficult terrain using VHF simplex. "Herding the cats", my technician class volunteers in various states of readiness, into an order that made sense and developing operating procedures that would work was the goal of this exercise. This presentation follows the problem to be solved and how we solved it.



Presentors:
Andy Mitchell VA3CW
Level: Intermediate
Category:

Getting started with an IP-enabled amateur radio station.



Presentors:
Ted Robinson K1QAR
Level: Expert
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines

Twenty years' experience has taught me how to make high power magnetic loop antennas that use self supporting copper tubing with a bolt-on vacuum variable capacitor , that is lightweight, yet takes the power. A manual stepper motor control makes tuning the antenna easy. A Russian style doorknob capacitor matching extends frequency range of my magnetic loop antenna.



Presentors:
Anthony Luscre K8ZT
Level: Beginner
Category: Contesting and DX,Field Operation,SOTA,POTA,New License- Now What?,Station Operation

Whether it is your first HF QSO, a rare DX station, a contest contact or a big pile-up the right techniques can greatly increase your chances at making the contact. Learn tips and tricks for successfully getting through. http://tiny.cc/r-r-d



Presentors:
Ken Wells NM9P
Level: General Audience
Category: DSP and Software Design,Test and Measurement,General Interest,SDR Software Defined Radio,Station Operation,Software and Services

Every piece of electronic equipment or software will eventually have issues, whether they are hardware, software, configuration, environmental, or user errors. Filing an effective problem report or HelpDesk ticket is the key to quickly and effectively resolving your issues. Ken Wells, NM9P, a Support Technician for FlexRadio Systems, discusses how to maximize the effectiveness of the support process.



Presentors:
Zhemin Zhang KD2TAI
Level: Beginner
Category: Future of Amateur Radio,New License - Now What?,Arduino,Build-A-Thon,DSP and Software Design,Software and Satellites,Software and Services

Do you know it's possible to send text and images by just dialing on your HT keypads? Have you ever wondered how the dial tones work? In this talk, we discuss a simple protocol to transfer data using your HTs by encoding data, including text, images, or arbitrary files, into DTMF tones. This can be done manually in case of emergency, or more efficiently using computers. This is a follow-up to a previous presentation at a local ham club.



Presentors:
John Portune W6NBC M0GCK
Level: Intermediate
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines

Mag loop have been wildly popular since their appeared in ham radio in 1968. Yet working from “guess and golly” internet designs, disappointment has not been uncommon. Here are the six main factors needed to optimize all mag loops, plus a quick look at two low cost full-limit high-efficiency optimized PVC and foil tape designs: 10 through 40-meters and a compact version for 6 & 10-meters. Also, no expensive vacuum variable or heavy-duty rotary capacitors required.



Presentors:
Dave Slotter W3DJS
Level: Beginner
Category: Controllers - Raspberry Pi,Arduino,Emergency Communications,Future of Amateur Radio,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services,POTA,SOTA,Field Operation,General Interest,Youth in Amateur Radio,New License- Now What?,Station Operation,New License - Now What?,HF Digital Modes,Software and Satellites,Video and Television,Youth Forum,Digital Voice Mode,Contesting and DX,Amateur Television,Propagation

HamPC is a free bootable software image distribution (derived from the award-winning HamPi) of approximately 100 ham radio applications for x86 PC users. W3DJS released version 1.0 of HamPi a week before Field Day 2020. Putting hundreds, if not thousands of hours into it, W3DJS released HamPC 3.0.1 this last August 2022. HamPi and HamPC have become quite well-known within the Ham Radio community and HamPi recently won three SourceForge awards: The Community Leader Award, The Community Choice award and SourceForge Favorite award. These honors are awarded only to select projects that have reached significant milestones in terms of downloads and user engagement from the SourceForge community.



Presentors:
David Horvath KB3RIJ
Level: Beginner
Category: Software and Satellites

Software Defined Radios (SDR) use computing power to process incoming RF rather than discrete components. As a result they can cover large swaths of bandwidth. They can also be very inexpensive allowing the crowdsourcing of this data to other users.   Software Defined versus traditional Radios Using SDR Set up Sharing Data ADS-B Data Sharing Air Traffic Control Audio Sharing General Reception and Sharing Portable Operation The use of Raspberry PI with USB SDR dongle will be highlighted.



Presentors:
Evan Kauffman KC8EK
Level: Intermediate
Category: Space and Satellites

For those who have no experience working with the Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) program, getting started can be daunting. In this presentation, I discuss how you can apply for this program and make your contact a success.



Presentors:

Level: General Audience
Category: General Interest

Take an hour, refresh your coffee, meet with friends in the Kumospace lounges, and have lunch before the afternoon sessions begin.



Presentors:
Mooneer Salem K6AQ
Level: Intermediate
Category: Digital Voice Mode,DSP and Software Design

The ESP32 series of microcontrollers are increasingly becoming popular for amateur radio projects due to their low cost and expansive feature set. In this presentation, we'll talk about the ezDV project and the process for developing a hardware development board and a simple software integration of the FreeDV HF digital voice mode.



Presentors:
Mitch Stern W1SJ
Level: Beginner
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Contesting and DX,New License - Now What?,Propagation,Youth in Amateur Radio,General Interest,New License- Now What?,Station Operation

The presentation will feature lessons from both my Technician and General training classes, along with methods to increase your skill level beyond the ham radio exams. While our goal is to help prospective and new ham operators, even seasoned operators will find many of our techniques useful in their activity. Don't let things become stale and drop out - find more excitement in ham radio!



Presentors:
Mark Smith N6MTS
Level: Intermediate
Category: Homebrew and Construction,Station Operation

We have standard RF connections (50 ohm coax, PL-259, etc), and standard power connections (13.8vDC +/- 15%, Anderson Powerpole.) But there's no such standard for microphones, headphones, or PTT. This leads to a "full mesh" of adapters between headsets and radios, which can be a problem in multi-user situations like EOCs, club stations, Field Days, etc. I present the Open Headset Interconnect Standard, an open standard defining a physical and electrical standard interface, allowing easy portability between headset and radio, and a common interface for "middle-ware" device manufacturers.



Presentors:
John Leonardelli VE3IPS
Level: Beginner
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,POTA,Field Operation

I will present 3 POTA scenarios : Mobile, Picnic Table, and Travel operations Mobile use of a car or truck in the parking lot, picnic table where you will deploy an antenna at the site, and air travel where your kit will need to be carry on friendly. Each section will include antennas, radios and batteries that I use. Logging QSOs is important and discussed.



Presentors:
Dan Marler K7REX
Level: Beginner
Category: Station Operation,Youth in Amateur Radio,New License - Now What?

Past, present, and future RATPAC Beginners Amateur Radio operating presentations



Presentors:
Pierre Deliou W4CKX, Ahmet Inan
Level: General Audience
Category: Emergency Communications

Ribbit is a novel digital text messaging mode for VHF/UHF communications for recreational and emergency use which radically increases the density of information transmitted by spectrum used. It leverages the computing power of the modern smartphone to increase the capabilities of any Handy Talkie without requiring any additional hardware. Its redundant distributed nature allows it to function even when connectivity to the internet is lost during emergencies. Ribbit is open source and currently in its early stages of development.



Presentors:
Dino Papas KLØS
Level: General Audience
Category: General Interest

This presentation describes how hams should plan for the day they become a Silent Key. Doing so will minimize the impact of your ham radio equipment on the resolution of your estate. Also covers how you and your club can help families who find themselves in need of the disposal of their loved ones beloved equipment and is based on my September 2019 QST article “Silent Key Estate Planning — A Guide”.



Presentors:
Roland Smith K7OJL
Level: Expert
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Filters and Tuned Circuits,Homebrew and Construction,Software and Services

The Amateur Extra exam in the United States has several questions about Smith Charts. Most Amateur Extra candidates simply memorize the answers and don't know anything more. This presentation explains what Smith charts are, how they are used to model antenna systems, and why they are interesting to the amateur radio community.



Presentors:
Stephen Hicks N5AC
Level: General Audience
Category: Ham History,DSP and Software Design,Power Amplifiers,Software and Satellites,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services

Steve's presentation will discuss the new technologies that are being made in the SDR technologies and what FlexRadio has contributed to the commercial HF world.



Presentors:
Anthony Luscre K8ZT
Level: Intermediate
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Contesting and DX,Field Operation,SOTA,POTA,Future of Amateur Radio,Propagation,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services,Station Operation

Can you hear me? Are other stations hearing me? Learn about on-air, on-line and other tools to access your station's on air signal. Includes Reverse Beacon Network (RBN), Online Tunable SDRs, WSPR, PSK Reporter, etc. tiny.cc/success-op



Presentors:
Reinier van der Lee W6WYN
Level: Intermediate
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines

Most magloop antennas in the 100 Watt + category use a variable vacuum capacitor. This is the best choice if you don't mind that these are expensive, big and heavy, fragile, and "made in Russia". For this project I decided to take the path less travelled and made a tuning capacitor inspired by the "Leyden Jar", the first embodiment of a capacitor.



Presentors:
Bruce Perens K6BP
Level: Intermediate
Category: Controllers - Raspberry Pi,Arduino,Homebrew and Construction,Repeaters and Remote Control Stations,Software and Services

Many hams would like to have remote control of their home station, or a remote site to operate a different location, or a place where there is less noise or it is easier to erect antennas. Bruce Perens K6BP is developing a remote rig controller based on an ESP32 Audio Kit board that can be purchased on AliExpress for $14 or less. It connects to the internet via your WiFi router and controls a radio with CAT or CI-V, and is simple enough to be within the range of most licensed Amateurs to set up.



Presentors:
Mike Ritz W7VO
Level: General Audience
Category: Youth in Amateur Radio

In this presentation we will discuss the ARRL Foundation Scholarship program, which in 2022 awarded over $900,000 in educational scholarships to over 130 deserving college-level amateur radio licensed students. You will learn all about how the program works, and receive hints on how to prepare yourself, or your young hams at home, for scholarship success.



Presentors:
Michael Burnette AF7KB
Level: General Audience
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Homebrew and Construction,New License- Now What?,General Interest

Antennas can make or break a ham station! This fast-paced presentation covers antenna concepts in a way designed to give you a solid base of fundamentals so you can think intelligently about antennas and ask productive questions. We'll touch on dipoles, monopoles, and beam antennas.



Presentors:
George Zafiropoulos KJ6VU, Michael Walker VA3MW, Vince d'Eon VE6LK, Mark Smith N6MTS, Rod Hardman VA3ON
Level: General Audience
Category: Antennas and Transmission Lines,Controllers - Raspberry Pi,Arduino,Digital Voice Mode,DSP and Software Design,Filters and Tuned Circuits,Future of Amateur Radio,Ham History,HF Digital Modes,Homebrew and Construction,Oscillators and Synthesizers,Power Amplifiers,Software and Satellites,Test and Measurement,General Interest,Field Operation,SOTA,New License- Now What?,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services,Repeaters and Remote Control Stations

This Ham Radio Workbench podcast deep dives on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the amateur radio operator. Your host, George KJ6VU, discusses current developments in ham radio while introducing listeners to a plethora of topics and skills such as test equipment, radio technology, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. Our extended team includes Rod VA3ON, Mark N6MTS, Mike VA3MW and Vince VE6LK. These experienced radio amateurs bring great bench strength to the team and helps us continue to build great content for years to come.



Presentors:
Shirley Dulcey KE1L
Level: Intermediate
Category: Homebrew and Construction,Test and Measurement

The FCC has requirements for the spectral purity of ham radio transmitters; they have to meet requirements for harmonic and spurious radiation. There are additional things like in-band spurs and broadband noise that are not covered by FCC regulations, but best amateur practice calls for minimizing them. It is now possible to test your transmitters for these issues without a lab full of expensive gear. This presentation shows to perform tests using the tinySA, one of a number of inexpensive software defined receivers, and no-cost software.



Presentors:
Paul Williamson KB5MU
Level: General Audience
Category: Digital Voice Mode,DSP and Software Design,Software and Satellites,Space and Satellites

Digital voice on amateur radio to date has generally had terrible voice quality, due to both a perception of limited available bandwidth and the convenience (to manufacturers) of repurposing commercial protocols with their older, proprietary, low-bitrate voice codecs. We present and demonstrate a modern digital voice design that can be used on 222 MHz and above with truly excellent voice quality.



Presentors:
Thomas Henderson WD5AGO
Level: Intermediate
Category: Radio Astronomy,Homebrew and Construction,Filters and Tuned Circuits,Space and Satellites

LNA designs using old and new devices



Presentors:
Paul Williamson KB5MU
Level: General Audience
Category: DSP and Software Design,Software and Satellites,Space and Satellites

After a brief discussion of the reasons why user authentication is needed on an amateur satellite service system, we'll cover a proposed system to implement reasonably secure user authentication on a P4XT digital multiplexing satellite transponder, within the bounds of the (United States) rules.



Presentors:
Suad Čobo E79SUA
Level: Intermediate
Category: Digital Voice Mode,Emergency Communications,Future of Amateur Radio,Software and Satellites,Youth in Amateur Radio,Youth Forum,Field Operation,Station Operation,SDR Software Defined Radio,Software and Services,Controllers - Raspberry Pi

Suad E79SUA from the Emergency Communications Network of Bosnia and Herzegovina presents how amateur radio operators can use modern technology in crisis situations, with no internet connection, cellular network, and even power. The presentation includes examples of practical implementations of such systems in Bosnia and Herzegovina, using the IARU Emergency Communications Protocol.



Presentors:
Glen Popiel KW5GP
Level: Beginner
Category: Controllers - Raspberry Pi, Arduino

Join ARRL author and builder Glen Popiel, KW5GP, in an all-new presentation as he introduces and discusses the exciting world of the Arduino microcontroller. Learn just how easy and fun it is to create your own feature-rich Arduino-based projects for your home and ham shack.



Presentors:
Sterling Mann N0SSC
Level: General Audience
Category: Youth in Amateur Radio,Future of Amateur Radio,Youth Forum

The YOTA-R2 team will feature our amazing results from the last two years of YOTA camps in the US, and expand on our plans into the future to engage the rest of North and South America.