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Author Topic: Satellite Show in Surrey BC 03/14/2018  (Read 60 times)
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Satellite presentation in Surrey BC

Clint Bradford, K6LCS, will be presenting his 96th satellite presentation -
this time at the Surrey (BC) Amateur Radio Club on March 14, 2018. All
are welcome to attend.

The meeting will be held at the Emergency Management Center / BC South
West PREOC, 14292 Green Timbers Way, Surrey BC, at 7:00 PM. For more
information visit the club's Web site at …

http://ve7sar.net/index.html

Attendees will be shown EVERYTHING needed to work the FM voice ham
satellites – with a re-occurring theme of, “Most hams already have most of
the necessary equipment … ” Clint’s “Getting Started … “ tutorial - originally
published at the AMSAT-NA Symposium in 2006 - was recently updated, and
can be downloaded at …

http://www.work-sat.com

And Clint welcomes and pre-presentation questions. You can leave voicemail
at 909-999-SATS (909-999-7287), or send email to k6lcs@ham-sat.info ...

Even if you are NOT in the K6LCS' Southern California region, but believe an hour-long,
customized-to-your-club satellite presentation would be appreciated by your club -
it CAN be done! Send Clint a message: He will prepare the PowerPoint/Keynote for
you, send it ahead of time along with handouts and trivia question “prizes”
to hand out, and use Skype for audio in your meeting room!

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http://www.work-sat.com
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