[amsat-bb] Satellite presentations/demos for clubs in central North Carolina?
joanne.k9jkm at gmail.com
Tue Sep 5 02:18:47 UTC 2017
I'm in Illinois so can't help personally with appearances in North
Carolina. There are some additional resources on the AMSAT web which might
help with demonstrations.
I had the Fedex/Kinkos shop in town print copies of the Fox-1 Operating
Guide for a club presentation. I referred the audience to this page so they
could print copies at home if any of the other documents interested them.
73 de JoAnne K9JKM
k9jkm at amsat.org
On Mon, Sep 4, 2017 at 8:36 PM, Philip Jenkins <n4hf.philip at gmail.com>
> I've done a club presentation (and attempted demo) on satellites at one
> club in western-central NC this year, and have another one scheduled in
> about 10 days at a second club (and currently working out the logistics for
> a third club in western NC in October).
> At the Shelby NC Hamfest two days ago, I was approached by a member of
> still another club - and was introduced to someone else from yet another
> club - about doing satellite presentations for those clubs - no time table,
> could even be done next year..
> Both of the latter are in the Charlotte area; one meets on the first Monday
> night of each month, and the other on the third Monday night.
> I'm willing to do both, but I was wondering if there was someone more
> centrally located in NC who might want to pick up the gauntlet! I'm near
> Asheville; one of them is at best 2 hours away, and the other 2.5-2.75
> hours away.
> I've been doing these as a Satellite 101 course, and I'll be glad to share
> with you the documents I've created (which you are free to modify); one
> being a short Word document on how/where to listen (and track) the FM birds
> and ISS, and an approximately 25 slide PowerPoint giving more background
> and discussing transmitting to both FM/ISS and the analog birds.
> So, if you're in central NC and want to help spread the word, please
> contact me off-list. I really would appreciate the help!
> TNX de Philip N4HF N4HF at AMSAT.ORG
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