MicroHAMS Digital Conference Set for March 23
The MicroHAMS Digital Conference will be held Saturday, March 23 at the Microsoft Studios West Campus in Redmond, Washington. The conference, which focuses on digital networking, will feature two local efforts that are leveraging off-the-shelf wireless networking technology for Amateur Radio: NW-MESH -- a spin-off of the ARRL HSMM program -- and the HamWAN project that is attempting to provide a high speed wireless backbone for the Greater Seattle area. In addition, representatives from NW Digital Radio will give an update on the UDK56K digital transceiver (as seen in the December 2012 issue of QST). Due to space limitations, pre-registration is strongly encouraged. The MicroHAMS Digital Conference is an ARRL-sanctioned convention. Find out more about the conference on the MicroHAMS website.