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HamSCI, Ham Radio 2.0 to Combine Efforts at Dayton Hamvention 2019

05/02/2019

Thanks to support from the Yasme Foundation, the citizen scientist organization HamSCI and Ham Radio 2.0 will share space and combine efforts at Dayton Hamvention® 2019, which is also the 2019 ARRL National Convention. Their displays will be in Building 4 (Volta), which is between the food trucks and the flea market.

The Ham Radio 2.0 area will serve to host a series of “booth talks” both by HamSCI presenters and presenters with a “2-point-0” perspective on operating and technology that looks to the future of ham radio. Presentations get under way at 10 AM on Friday and continue through 3 PM on Saturday.

Friday, 10 AM

HR 2.0

Moonbounce Via the MIT Remote Linked EME Station

Marty Sullaway, NN1C

Friday, 11 AM

HamSCI

New Directions in Sporadic-E Research

Bill Engelke, AB4EJ, U of Alabama

Friday, Noon

HR 2.0

Contesting with FT4 - Issues and Opportunities Going Forward

John Pescatore, K3TN

Friday, 1 PM

HamSCI

The Third Source of F2 Region Variability

Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA

Friday, 2 PM

HR 2.0

How Real-Time Scoreboards Change Contesting

Victor Androsov, VA2WA

Friday, 3 PM

HamSCI

RBN & WSPRNet Response to September 2017 Solar Flares and Storms

Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF, NJ Institute of Technology

Saturday, 10 AM

HR 2.0

Balloon Pico Races

Bill Brown, WB8ELK

Saturday, 11 AM

HamSCI

To Be Announced

 

Saturday, Noon

HR 2.0

Youth Contesting Program in North America

Jocelyn Brault, KD8VRX, and Bryant Rascoll, KG5HVO

Saturday, 1 PM

HamSCI

Propagation on 630 and 2200 Meters

Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA

Saturday, 2 PM

HR 2.0

SOTA and New Methods of Portable Operating

Paula Uscian, K9IR

Saturday, 3 PM

HamSCI

HF Satellite Observations of Field Day

Gareth Perry, NJ Institute of Technology

In addition to the presentations, the Ham Radio 2.0 area will be home to a mini-booth staffed by members of the Young Amateurs Radio Club (YARC) and the Young Contesters Program (YCP) that is associated with the European Youngsters On The Air (YOTA) program. It’s an opportunity to get acquainted with radio amateurs doing interesting things in interesting places.

HamSCI also will offer the HamSCI Forum Saturday, 9:15 – 10:30 AM (Forum Room 4).

9:15 AM

What is HamSCI?

Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF

New Jersey Insititute of Technology

9:20 AM

Ionospheric Disturbances at Dawn, Dusk, and During the 2017 Eclipse

Steve Cerwin, WA5FRF

HamSCI

9:35 AM

IonTV: Using WWV Timing Reference Signals to Observe Ionospheric Variation

Phil Erickson, W1PJE

MIT Haystack Observatory

9:50 AM

Sudden Ionospheric Disturbances (SIDs) and Personal Space Weather Stations

Ethan Grace and George Lemaster, WB5OYP

HamSCI

10:05 AM

Update on Personal Space Weather Station & SDR Hardware

Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI

TAPR

Full details are on the HamSCI website

 



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