Special Events on 5th Nov 2017

Special Events for Sunday 5th Nov 2017

We have the following special events for you to take part in – enjoy.

Lecture on “High Power Transmitting Small Tuned Loops”

We are very pleased to welcome Professor Mike Underhill G3LHZ, who will be giving a talk and presentation on “High Power Transmitting Small Tuned Loops“.  It is planned to commence at 10:45 and last about an hour. A repeat lecture may be given after lunch – this will be decided on the day. He will be bringing a couple or more example novel and experimental loops to show and perhaps measure with a VNA (SDR Kits).

 

 

RSGB Region 10 Regional Manager Stand

After the lecture Mick Senior G4EFO and team will be manning the RSGB Regional Manager Region 10 (South East England) stand in the lecture area. So bring your questions, etc. This will be from about 12:30. Announcements will be made on the day when it is up and running.

More info can be found on the RM10 RSGB webpage.  

 

DMR-UK.net 

The team will be attending Kempton promoting DMR and be able to assist with queries. Their stand will be found next to the British Amateur Television Club stand in Zone C7. DMR is protocol used on GN7NS. A YouTube Video of GB7NS first DMR Repeater can be viewed here

Rally Purchase

Hi Ray

I was helping Mike Franklin on the Addiscombe Stand tucked right round the back near the bar (bring and buy stall). A Welshman in a wheelchair bought and old desktop Mac from me. He had a companion with him. I did not get their names. When I got home I found the CPU cooling fan unit on the side; I had taken it out to count the RAM chips. I told the purchaser that the Mac would work. It wont without the fan in place! Its a hell of a long shot, I know but would you be able to pass the word maybe by a quick email. Did anyone at the show on Sunday 30th April see and possibly recognise a guy in a wheelchair with a Mac G5 desktop on his lap; between 12:15 and 13:00 I’d say it was. Maybe the guy(s) on the door spoke to him on the way out. I’d like to at least get the fan to him.

Best regards

Steve