Suffolk RED 18 – September 26th – Hallowtree
We have confirmed the following demos:
Matthew: FreeDV a form of digital codec designed to work in conditions on HF & VHF where SSB is not useable. Matthew gave a talk on this at the 2017 RSGB Convention and will be presenting again at this years convention.
Gavin M1BXF & Mark G7LEU: * How to control WSJT-X & MSHV using something as simple as TeamViewer to make QSOs while away from the shack
* Show how to configure and use SDR-Console V3 and the V3 server to remotely RX signals and how to pipe that audio to data mode software to decode it, and SSB (although SSB is out of the scope of digital modes).
* How to configure and use Icom’s remote control software RS-BA1 to control Icom radios over IP for making QSOs, this would mainly be focused on SSB
TWO DEMO SPACES AVAILABLE:
So if you would like to offer up something along the following lines: SSTV, PSK, FT8, RTTY, Packet, WSPR Or Pi then please do let me know ASAP.
If people would like to confirm they are attending and what it is you will be bringing we can add you to the list of ‘attractions’, this will help in generating interest to people wishing to attend.
please note that access to the site will not be permitted prior to the start time, this is to allow ample time for the demonstrators to set up etc.
Who can attend Suffolk RED?
Suffolk RED is for Amateur Radio & Radio Electronics hobbyists. Licensed Amateur Radio and new to the Amateur Radio hobby. Whether you are just starting out in the amateur radio hobby with an M6 foundation licence or long term amateur radio licence holder now looking for something new to try your hand at, Suffolk RED is the place to pop along to.
The format is skills sharing, live demos, build workshops, field days and special event stations. Details of demonstrations can be found on Previous Suffolk RED events page. Mentoring and Training is soon to be readily available via the website.
Suffolk RED held every other month throughout the year on the last Wednesday of the month, organised by a steering group and supported by collaborating with amateur radio and electronics enthusiasts in East Anglia of the UK.
All ages welcome and our current venues have ample parking and disabled facilities.
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