Posts Tagged ‘convention’

Friedrichshafen Attendance Up

Friedrichshafen “Ham Radio” 2014 Attendance Tops Last Year’s Numbers, Show Emphasizes Youth.

“Attendance at Germany’s annual international “Ham Radio” exhibition on June 27-29 — the Continent’s biggest Amateur Radio event — was 17,100 this year, up from 15,300 visitors last year. This year’s Ham Radio teamed with the Maker World create-it-yourself exhibition at the Messe exhibition center in Friedrichshafen. The gathering attracted some 200 exhibitors from 34 countries plus 300 flea marketers. Ham Radio 2014 placed an emphasis on youth-oriented themes and activities and also honored one of 2013’s major DXpedtions. DARC chose “Creative Amateur Radio — Build It Yourself” as the theme for this year’s show.”

- via ARRL news

Filed under: Ham Radio Tagged: arrl, convention, europe, hamfest

LHS Episode #124: Dog Boarding

beaglebone-in-handHello, folks! A couple weeks late and a dollar or two short, we’re back! In this delectable episode of Linux in the Ham Shack, your intrepid hosts discuss a variety of topics from antenna safety to Linux conventions to getting your name on an asteroid. For our main discussion, we tackle a couple updates to Linux distributions, including one specifically for amateur radio use. Then we plow on through a heaping helping of feedback. Thanks for tuning in, and be sure to tell all your friends about us. Also, hope to see you all at Dayton this year! Rewards for those who pledged to our fund are coming soon. Stay tuned.

73 de The LHS Guys

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