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Re: dstar-gw

Ken Jamrogowicz
 

This is a replacement for a "freestar*" install that used a version of g2_ircDDB which allowed the "Owner" of the gateway (the call registered with ircDDB) to be different than the call sign of the repeater.  I think this feature was mainly aimed at hot spots, but it allowed us to share a gateway between two repeaters that had different call signs.  N4USI appeared as W4BRM-C from the Internet side (for example on the ircDDB "heard' list).  On the air, users entered N4USI-C and N4USI-G to access the gateway as you indicate. They don't "know" that they are using W4BRM-C unless they looked online.

I tested changing the call sign of the repeater to W4BRM and now I do show up in the last heard list - so I guess this gateway does not allow the different repeater/gateway call signs to be used (like my old one).  

The problem here is that N4USI is registered as a US Trust call sign, so I cannot register it as an ircDDB gateway call sign.  Yet I would like to use it on the air as before.   To use W4BRM-C I would have to make changes with the local repeater coordinating council and all repeater directory sources (etc).

Do you suppose I can just drop an email to the ircDDB folks?

 

 

 

 

 

Re: dstar-gw

 

Are you currently running a G2/G3 gateway using the N4USI callsign?

Are you running 2 different repeaters with different callsigns on the gateway?

Yes, the ircddb admins can make changes to support the non-standard configuration.

Changing callsigns with your coordinator and eventually propagating that out should not be that big of a deal.  Personally, I would register N4USI on ircddb.net and run both the gateway and repeater on that callsign -- unless there is more than what displays here.  I have a gateway that used to be registered as a US Trust gateway, then both US Trust and ircddb, then I just let the US Trust know that it was no longer operating US Trust (really G4ULF) gateway software and simply listed the callsign (and module IDs) as a user callsign on the US Trust.  As far as know, it didn't even temporarily break anything.

On Fri, Jan 5, 2018 at 12:46 PM, Ken Jamrogowicz via Groups.Io <ke2n@...> wrote:

This is a replacement for a "freestar*" install that used a version of g2_ircDDB which allowed the "Owner" of the gateway (the call registered with ircDDB) to be different than the call sign of the repeater.  I think this feature was mainly aimed at hot spots, but it allowed us to share a gateway between two repeaters that had different call signs.  N4USI appeared as W4BRM-C from the Internet side (for example on the ircDDB "heard' list).  On the air, users entered N4USI-C and N4USI-G to access the gateway as you indicate. They don't "know" that they are using W4BRM-C unless they looked online.

I tested changing the call sign of the repeater to W4BRM and now I do show up in the last heard list - so I guess this gateway does not allow the different repeater/gateway call signs to be used (like my old one).  

The problem here is that N4USI is registered as a US Trust call sign, so I cannot register it as an ircDDB gateway call sign.  Yet I would like to use it on the air as before.   To use W4BRM-C I would have to make changes with the local repeater coordinating council and all repeater directory sources (etc).

Do you suppose I can just drop an email to the ircDDB folks?

 

 

 

 

 




--


John D. Hays
Edmonds, WA
K7VE

   

2018 - State of the Union

 

NW Digital Radio has been evolving over the last few years.  Our initial focus was to develop a 70cm radio focused specifically at higher speed digital communications for the amateur radio market.  This is still a goal, however, due to a series of conditions we cannot predict when this will happen.

While working on the various aspects of the radio we have been able to produce a series of products that have sustained the ongoing efforts of the company.

We have learned a lot in the process and will be taking that knowledge into new products going forward.

We at NW Digital Radio are problem solvers, and like the process of assembling a project from components, both hardware and software, and have delivered products based on that model.

For some products this model works very well, like our ThumbDV™, which has been very successful when used with software like BlueDV, WinDV, AMBEserver, DummyRepeater, XLX/ambed, and more.  Thousands are finding that the ThumbDV™ is just the right product at the right price point and are successfully using it to communicate from computer, over the network, to Digital Voice protocols such as D-STAR, DMR, and more.

Other products, such as the UDRC and UDRC II, have allowed the creation of digital communications systems whether D-STAR repeaters,  fldigi workstations, Direwolf sound modem TNCs, or other soundcard DSP based systems.  Many of these projects have come about by experimentation and integration by individual amateurs working with open source software and our boards.

However, as we talk with customers and potential customers, we find that many are more interested in solutions that are prepackaged with hardware, software, and a case.  Basically, they want a “plug and play” solution that requires little to no integration beyond basic cabling to radios and some minor, guided, configuration.

In 2018, you will see NW Digital Radio evolving from a component provider to a solution provider.  We continue to be dedicated to products that leverage open source software and standard platforms, but will be focusing on delivering solutions that are pre-integrated with hardware, software, and packaging.

We will also continue to provide the experimenter and developer a platform that they can access and build upon.

Furthermore, we intend to use the kick starter model on some products where there appears to be an interest in the community, but where we need to know the level of that interest before proceeding with full inclusion of an idea into our product line.  If you find a product on our kick starter list, please support it, the risk to you is minimal, while helping us bring out innovative solutions.

Some of the projects we have under design at the current time include:

  • A networked, multi-speed, TNC for packet radio
  • An Emcomm workstation
  • A device for combining multiple SDR-RTL dongles into a single platform
  • An integrated low power radio/TNC

and more.

Look for these projects to roll out over the next few months.  We think 2018 is going to be a great year to continue to put “The Amateur back in Amateur Radio” --

Your NW Digital Radio team.

--


John D. Hays
Director

  

Re: 2018 - State of the Union

Edouard Lafargue
 

John,
 
  Very exciting start of 2018! The only thing I can say is that I am looking forward to seeing what your company is going to come up with, and also hoping that you will continue on the same Open Source trend that you have used for previous products. In my humble opinion, Amateur Radio and Open Source share the same spirit of learning and sharing, and go together like chocolate and peanut butter - please replace with other food analogies if you are allergic to peanuts ;)
 
   Keep up the good work!

73 de ed w6ela

Re: 2018 - State of the Union

Chris Day <ad4zu.fl@...>
 

John I'm in marketing and communications. This message, while interesting to me as a HAM, is faaaar too long. Recommend shorter to-the-point messages with links to examples of what you're trying to say, --succinctly and poignantly --. Best Regards, Chris Day MBA Columbia Business School, Owner Evergreen Advisors LLC.

On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 3:37 PM, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:

NW Digital Radio has been evolving over the last few years.  Our initial focus was to develop a 70cm radio focused specifically at higher speed digital communications for the amateur radio market.  This is still a goal, however, due to a series of conditions we cannot predict when this will happen.

While working on the various aspects of the radio we have been able to produce a series of products that have sustained the ongoing efforts of the company.

We have learned a lot in the process and will be taking that knowledge into new products going forward.

We at NW Digital Radio are problem solvers, and like the process of assembling a project from components, both hardware and software, and have delivered products based on that model.

For some products this model works very well, like our ThumbDV™, which has been very successful when used with software like BlueDV, WinDV, AMBEserver, DummyRepeater, XLX/ambed, and more.  Thousands are finding that the ThumbDV™ is just the right product at the right price point and are successfully using it to communicate from computer, over the network, to Digital Voice protocols such as D-STAR, DMR, and more.

Other products, such as the UDRC and UDRC II, have allowed the creation of digital communications systems whether D-STAR repeaters,  fldigi workstations, Direwolf sound modem TNCs, or other soundcard DSP based systems.  Many of these projects have come about by experimentation and integration by individual amateurs working with open source software and our boards.

However, as we talk with customers and potential customers, we find that many are more interested in solutions that are prepackaged with hardware, software, and a case.  Basically, they want a “plug and play” solution that requires little to no integration beyond basic cabling to radios and some minor, guided, configuration.

In 2018, you will see NW Digital Radio evolving from a component provider to a solution provider.  We continue to be dedicated to products that leverage open source software and standard platforms, but will be focusing on delivering solutions that are pre-integrated with hardware, software, and packaging.

We will also continue to provide the experimenter and developer a platform that they can access and build upon.

Furthermore, we intend to use the kick starter model on some products where there appears to be an interest in the community, but where we need to know the level of that interest before proceeding with full inclusion of an idea into our product line.  If you find a product on our kick starter list, please support it, the risk to you is minimal, while helping us bring out innovative solutions.

Some of the projects we have under design at the current time include:

  • A networked, multi-speed, TNC for packet radio
  • An Emcomm workstation
  • A device for combining multiple SDR-RTL dongles into a single platform
  • An integrated low power radio/TNC

and more.

Look for these projects to roll out over the next few months.  We think 2018 is going to be a great year to continue to put “The Amateur back in Amateur Radio” --

Your NW Digital Radio team.

--


John D. Hays
Director

  




Re: 2018 - State of the Union

n0so@...
 

John,

Any chance of produce previews at HamCation in a few weeks?

Mike, N0SO

On Jan 8, 2018, at 2:37 PM, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:

NW Digital Radio has been evolving over the last few years.  Our initial focus was to develop a 70cm radio focused specifically at higher speed digital communications for the amateur radio market.  This is still a goal, however, due to a series of conditions we cannot predict when this will happen.

While working on the various aspects of the radio we have been able to produce a series of products that have sustained the ongoing efforts of the company.

We have learned a lot in the process and will be taking that knowledge into new products going forward.

We at NW Digital Radio are problem solvers, and like the process of assembling a project from components, both hardware and software, and have delivered products based on that model.

For some products this model works very well, like our ThumbDV™, which has been very successful when used with software like BlueDV, WinDV, AMBEserver, DummyRepeater, XLX/ambed, and more.  Thousands are finding that the ThumbDV™ is just the right product at the right price point and are successfully using it to communicate from computer, over the network, to Digital Voice protocols such as D-STAR, DMR, and more.

Other products, such as the UDRC and UDRC II, have allowed the creation of digital communications systems whether D-STAR repeaters,  fldigi workstations, Direwolf sound modem TNCs, or other soundcard DSP based systems.  Many of these projects have come about by experimentation and integration by individual amateurs working with open source software and our boards.

However, as we talk with customers and potential customers, we find that many are more interested in solutions that are prepackaged with hardware, software, and a case.  Basically, they want a “plug and play” solution that requires little to no integration beyond basic cabling to radios and some minor, guided, configuration.

In 2018, you will see NW Digital Radio evolving from a component provider to a solution provider.  We continue to be dedicated to products that leverage open source software and standard platforms, but will be focusing on delivering solutions that are pre-integrated with hardware, software, and packaging.

We will also continue to provide the experimenter and developer a platform that they can access and build upon.

Furthermore, we intend to use the kick starter model on some products where there appears to be an interest in the community, but where we need to know the level of that interest before proceeding with full inclusion of an idea into our product line.  If you find a product on our kick starter list, please support it, the risk to you is minimal, while helping us bring out innovative solutions.

Some of the projects we have under design at the current time include:

  • A networked, multi-speed, TNC for packet radio
  • An Emcomm workstation
  • A device for combining multiple SDR-RTL dongles into a single platform
  • An integrated low power radio/TNC

and more.

Look for these projects to roll out over the next few months.  We think 2018 is going to be a great year to continue to put “The Amateur back in Amateur Radio” --

Your NW Digital Radio team.

--


John D. Hays
Director

  

Re: 2018 - State of the Union

 

Mike,

We plan to be at Hamcation and will have some things to show, though not product ready.  Stop by.



On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 3:42 PM, <n0so@...> wrote:
John,

Any chance of produce previews at HamCation in a few weeks?

Mike, N0SO



--


John D. Hays
Edmonds, WA
K7VE

   

Re: 2018 - State of the Union

jimlang@...
 

Produce?  Like lettuce?

On Jan 8, 2018 5:50 PM, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:
Mike,

We plan to be at Hamcation and will have some things to show, though not product ready.  Stop by.



On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 3:42 PM, <n0so@...> wrote:
John,

Any chance of produce previews at HamCation in a few weeks?

Mike, N0SO



--


John D. Hays
Edmonds, WA
K7VE

   


Re: 2018 - State of the Union

Richard - VE7CVS
 

Produce, like movies. We're ready for a great story! :-)

- Richard


On 1/8/2018 4:00 PM, jim lang wrote:
Produce?  Like lettuce?

On Jan 8, 2018 5:50 PM, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:
Mike,

We plan to be at Hamcation and will have some things to show, though not product ready.  Stop by.



On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 3:42 PM, <n0so@...> wrote:
John,

Any chance of produce previews at HamCation in a few weeks?

Mike, N0SO



--


John D. Hays
Edmonds, WA
K7VE

   



Re: 2018 - State of the Union

NW1S
 

I WANT MY UDRX-440!
I want my MTV, too.

 

Randall Elliott PE

Mob & Txt: (503)310-0134
Email:
randoid@...

 

From: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io [mailto:main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io] On Behalf Of John D Hays - K7VE
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2018 12:37 PM
To: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Subject: [nw-digital-radio] 2018 - State of the Union

 

NW Digital Radio has been evolving over the last few years.  Our initial focus was to develop a 70cm radio focused specifically at higher speed digital communications for the amateur radio market.  This is still a goal, however, due to a series of conditions we cannot predict when this will happen.

While working on the various aspects of the radio we have been able to produce a series of products that have sustained the ongoing efforts of the company.

We have learned a lot in the process and will be taking that knowledge into new products going forward.

We at NW Digital Radio are problem solvers, and like the process of assembling a project from components, both hardware and software, and have delivered products based on that model.

For some products this model works very well, like our ThumbDV™, which has been very successful when used with software like BlueDV, WinDV, AMBEserver, DummyRepeater, XLX/ambed, and more.  Thousands are finding that the ThumbDV™ is just the right product at the right price point and are successfully using it to communicate from computer, over the network, to Digital Voice protocols such as D-STAR, DMR, and more.

Other products, such as the UDRC and UDRC II, have allowed the creation of digital communications systems whether D-STAR repeaters,  fldigi workstations, Direwolf sound modem TNCs, or other soundcard DSP based systems.  Many of these projects have come about by experimentation and integration by individual amateurs working with open source software and our boards.

However, as we talk with customers and potential customers, we find that many are more interested in solutions that are prepackaged with hardware, software, and a case.  Basically, they want a “plug and play” solution that requires little to no integration beyond basic cabling to radios and some minor, guided, configuration.

In 2018, you will see NW Digital Radio evolving from a component provider to a solution provider.  We continue to be dedicated to products that leverage open source software and standard platforms, but will be focusing on delivering solutions that are pre-integrated with hardware, software, and packaging.

We will also continue to provide the experimenter and developer a platform that they can access and build upon.

Furthermore, we intend to use the kick starter model on some products where there appears to be an interest in the community, but where we need to know the level of that interest before proceeding with full inclusion of an idea into our product line.  If you find a product on our kick starter list, please support it, the risk to you is minimal, while helping us bring out innovative solutions.

Some of the projects we have under design at the current time include:

  • A networked, multi-speed, TNC for packet radio
  • An Emcomm workstation
  • A device for combining multiple SDR-RTL dongles into a single platform
  • An integrated low power radio/TNC

and more.

Look for these projects to roll out over the next few months.  We think 2018 is going to be a great year to continue to put “The Amateur back in Amateur Radio” --

Your NW Digital Radio team.

--

 


John D. Hays
Director

  

If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

 

We have a fantastic event shaping up this year.  We have a couple high profile speakers flying in from the east coast.  Joe Taylor, K1JT is well known as a Nobel laureate in physics and the author of WSJT and the various weak signal modes.  John Langner, WB2OSZ, the author of the Direwolf sound card TNC will also be speaking.  Bryan Hoyer of NW Digital Radio will be giving a talk on “The APRS of Things” and demonstrating their newest products.  Kenny Richards will also be showing the construction of a HamWAN node and providing an update on the network.  These are just the first to confirm and more are coming soon.

 

We have a new facility but it will only be slightly larger than the previous rooms so we have a limit of 95 attendees.  Registration is now open athttp://www.microhams.com/register-for-mhdc-2018/ at the same low rate of $35 which includes snacks, drinks and lunch.  In the first 12 hours after opening registration, we’re already down to just 80 tickets available!  Don’t wait until the last minute.  We will make a best effort to record and stream the presentations again but there is no substitute for being in the room, networking and talking with the presenters.

 

Sign up now and we’ll see you there!

 

Scott Honaker, N7SS

Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

Matt Rhoades
 

Brand New to this list.

Is this event open to the public?

On Jan 24, 2018 10:20 AM, "John D Hays - K7VE" <john@...> wrote:

We have a fantastic event shaping up this year.  We have a couple high profile speakers flying in from the east coast.  Joe Taylor, K1JT is well known as a Nobel laureate in physics and the author of WSJT and the various weak signal modes.  John Langner, WB2OSZ, the author of the Direwolf sound card TNC will also be speaking.  Bryan Hoyer of NW Digital Radio will be giving a talk on “The APRS of Things” and demonstrating their newest products.  Kenny Richards will also be showing the construction of a HamWAN node and providing an update on the network.  These are just the first to confirm and more are coming soon.

 

We have a new facility but it will only be slightly larger than the previous rooms so we have a limit of 95 attendees.  Registration is now open athttp://www.microhams.com/register-for-mhdc-2018/ at the same low rate of $35 which includes snacks, drinks and lunch.  In the first 12 hours after opening registration, we’re already down to just 80 tickets available!  Don’t wait until the last minute.  We will make a best effort to record and stream the presentations again but there is no substitute for being in the room, networking and talking with the presenters.

 

Sign up now and we’ll see you there!

 

Scott Honaker, N7SS

Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

AE7G
 

I just registered.  The process was balky, I had to go at it three times before it went through.

 

From: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io [mailto:main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io] On Behalf Of John D Hays - K7VE
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 10:21 AM
To: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Subject: [nw-digital-radio] If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now.

 

We have a fantastic event shaping up this year.  We have a couple high profile speakers flying in from the east coast.  Joe Taylor, K1JT is well known as a Nobel laureate in physics and the author of WSJT and the various weak signal modes.  John Langner, WB2OSZ, the author of the Direwolf sound card TNC will also be speaking.  Bryan Hoyer of NW Digital Radio will be giving a talk on “The APRS of Things” and demonstrating their newest products.  Kenny Richards will also be showing the construction of a HamWAN node and providing an update on the network.  These are just the first to confirm and more are coming soon.

 

We have a new facility but it will only be slightly larger than the previous rooms so we have a limit of 95 attendees.  Registration is now open athttp://www.microhams.com/register-for-mhdc-2018/ at the same low rate of $35 which includes snacks, drinks and lunch.  In the first 12 hours after opening registration, we’re already down to just 80 tickets available!  Don’t wait until the last minute.  We will make a best effort to record and stream the presentations again but there is no substitute for being in the room, networking and talking with the presenters.

 

Sign up now and we’ll see you there!

 

Scott Honaker, N7SS

Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

 

Yes -- if you have a ticket.

On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 10:25 AM, Matt Rhoades <lumpsum@...> wrote:
Brand New to this list.

Is this event open to the public?




--


John D. Hays
Edmonds, WA
K7VE

   

Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

 

All 95 seats are Sold OUT now. 

Randy

On 1/24/2018 10:20 AM, John D Hays - K7VE wrote:

We have a fantastic event shaping up this year.  We have a couple high profile speakers flying in from the east coast.  Joe Taylor, K1JT is well known as a Nobel laureate in physics and the author of WSJT and the various weak signal modes.  John Langner, WB2OSZ, the author of the Direwolf sound card TNC will also be speaking.  Bryan Hoyer of NW Digital Radio will be giving a talk on “The APRS of Things” and demonstrating their newest products.  Kenny Richards will also be showing the construction of a HamWAN node and providing an update on the network.  These are just the first to confirm and more are coming soon.

 

We have a new facility but it will only be slightly larger than the previous rooms so we have a limit of 95 attendees.  Registration is now open athttp://www.microhams.com/register-for-mhdc-2018/ at the same low rate of $35 which includes snacks, drinks and lunch.  In the first 12 hours after opening registration, we’re already down to just 80 tickets available!  Don’t wait until the last minute.  We will make a best effort to record and stream the presentations again but there is no substitute for being in the room, networking and talking with the presenters.

 

Sign up now and we’ll see you there!

 

Scott Honaker, N7SS


If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

Tim Belton
 

Will this event be recorded?

Thanks. Tim KK4DTT

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Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

Kenny Richards
 

Tim,

There is a very long and sad/funny history around the MHDC and being record. Since the second or third year, we have tried to record all the talks. We have had various levels of success with that. A couple years we started recording and sending the stream to YouTube, which worked great in 2016 and not so good in 2017. 

This is a long way of saying, yes. We will record it and also stream it live. I will start posting some of the details in the next week, I still need to set up some things so there is a link for people to use. My co-conspirator and I have recently done a walkthrough of the space to plan out camera placements and will be doing a full dry run in a couple weeks. I hope this will allow us to accomplish our goals, but given our track record, I have trouble being highly confident. This is something we like doing but isn't something we claim to be good at. 

73,
Kenny, KU7M

Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

Brian Heaton
 

Have to check with the ticket scalpers now. Prices will probably skyrocket!

KY9K

On Jan 25, 2018 09:17, "Randy-W4LKS" <w4lks@...> wrote:
All 95 seats are Sold OUT now. 

Randy

On 1/24/2018 10:20 AM, John D Hays - K7VE wrote:

We have a fantastic event shaping up this year.  We have a couple high profile speakers flying in from the east coast.  Joe Taylor, K1JT is well known as a Nobel laureate in physics and the author of WSJT and the various weak signal modes.  John Langner, WB2OSZ, the author of the Direwolf sound card TNC will also be speaking.  Bryan Hoyer of NW Digital Radio will be giving a talk on “The APRS of Things” and demonstrating their newest products.  Kenny Richards will also be showing the construction of a HamWAN node and providing an update on the network.  These are just the first to confirm and more are coming soon.

 

We have a new facility but it will only be slightly larger than the previous rooms so we have a limit of 95 attendees.  Registration is now open athttp://www.microhams.com/register-for-mhdc-2018/ at the same low rate of $35 which includes snacks, drinks and lunch.  In the first 12 hours after opening registration, we’re already down to just 80 tickets available!  Don’t wait until the last minute.  We will make a best effort to record and stream the presentations again but there is no substitute for being in the room, networking and talking with the presenters.

 

Sign up now and we’ll see you there!

 

Scott Honaker, N7SS


Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. #microhamsdigitalconference

Eubank, Greg (MVA) <Greg.Eubank@...>
 

You would THINK that they would reserve a few tickets for those wanting to attend from out of state!

 

73's

 

    - Greg –

 

KL7EV

 

From: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io [mailto:main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io] On Behalf Of AE7G
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 09:35
To: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nw-digital-radio] If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now.

 

I just registered.  The process was balky, I had to go at it three times before it went through.

 

From: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io [mailto:main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io] On Behalf Of John D Hays - K7VE
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 10:21 AM
To: main@nw-digital-radio.groups.io
Subject: [nw-digital-radio] If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now.

 

We have a fantastic event shaping up this year.  We have a couple high profile speakers flying in from the east coast.  Joe Taylor, K1JT is well known as a Nobel laureate in physics and the author of WSJT and the various weak signal modes.  John Langner, WB2OSZ, the author of the Direwolf sound card TNC will also be speaking.  Bryan Hoyer of NW Digital Radio will be giving a talk on “The APRS of Things” and demonstrating their newest products.  Kenny Richards will also be showing the construction of a HamWAN node and providing an update on the network.  These are just the first to confirm and more are coming soon.

 

We have a new facility but it will only be slightly larger than the previous rooms so we have a limit of 95 attendees.  Registration is now open athttp://www.microhams.com/register-for-mhdc-2018/ at the same low rate of $35 which includes snacks, drinks and lunch.  In the first 12 hours after opening registration, we’re already down to just 80 tickets available!  Don’t wait until the last minute.  We will make a best effort to record and stream the presentations again but there is no substitute for being in the room, networking and talking with the presenters.

 

Sign up now and we’ll see you there!

 

Scott Honaker, N7SS

Re: If you will be in Seattle, March 24th -- Get tickets now. <SOLD OUT!>:

Eubank, Greg (MVA) <Greg.Eubank@...>
 

You would THINK that they would reserve a few tickets for those wanting to attend from out of state!

 

73's

 

    - Greg –

 

KL7EV