[amsat-bb] OCTOBER 9th Presentation on Curing RFI By Jim Brown, K9YC
Eric Rosenberg - W3DQ
w3dq at arrl.net
Wed Oct 3 21:57:49 PDT 2007
The Potomac Valley Radio Club is proud to announce that renowned audio
and RFI expert Jim Brown, K9YC, will be making a presentation to the
PVRC at Capitol College in Laurel Maryland on Tuesday, October 9th,
2007. This a rare opportunity to learn about audio and RFI mitigation
from one of amateur radio's most well-respected authorities on audio
engineering, and RFI and its mitigation.
K9YC is an active contester and DXer from his QTH in Santa Cruz,
California, and currently serving on the Board of Directors of NCCC.
He became interested in music and radio as a teenager, falling in love
with jazz and Bach, and qualifying for an amateur radio license before
his 14th birthday. Three years later he received Amateur Extra Class and
First Class Radiotelephone licenses, and entered the Electrical
Engineering program at the University of Cincinnati. He received the
BSEE in 1964 and has worked in broadcasting and professional audio since
1960. Since 1985, his consulting practice has specialized in the design
of sound systems for worship, performance, and sports facilities. More
recently, his focus has expanded to include research and consulting on
Jim is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society (AES), and a member of
the Acoustical Society of America, the Society of Broadcast Engineers,
and the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, and has
presented invited papers to all of those societies. He is a member of
the AES Technical Committee on Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement, and
the AES Standards Committee's Working Groups on Microphones,
Intelligibility, Acoustic and Sound Source Modeling, Digital Audio
Transmission, and Audio Connectors, and is Vice-Chair of the Standards
Working Group on EMC and Chair of the AES Technical Committee on EMC.
K9YC's excellent publications on audio and RFI can be found on his
THIS PRESENTATION IS OPEN TO ALL!
Date & Time:
Tuesday, October 9, 2007, 7:30 PM
Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Auditorium
11301 Springfield Rd
Laurel, MD 20708
301-369-2800 / 800-950-1992
Directions From Washington, DC, and south of Laurel, MD:
Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (Exit 22 North off I-95) to the
Beltsville/Powder Mill Road exit. Turn left onto Powder Mill Road, then
turn right onto Springfield Road. Follow Springfield Road for one mile.
Capitol College is on the right.
Directions From Baltimore and north of Laurel, MD:
Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (Exit 7 South off I-695) to the
Beltsville/Powder Mill Road exit. Turn right onto Powder Mill Road, then
take the first right onto Springfield Road. Follow Springfield Road for
one mile. Capitol College is on the right.
Capitol College website:
PVRC Contact Information:
Eric Rosenberg, W3DQ (w3dq <at> arrl.net)
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