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AMSAT-INDIA participated in Somaiya Space Conclave 2020 at Mumbai - India

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  1. VU2EXP

    VU2EXP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Dear Hams,

    Somaiya Space Conclave 2020 was organised by KJ Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology - Mumbai (India) on 28th Feb 2020. It was a full day event covering topics related to Students Satellite program, Amateur Satellites, PS4 Orbiting Platform program, Design & Development of Nano Satellites etc.
    AMSAT-INDIA was invited along with prominent speakers from ISRO & Satellite industries.

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    Myself Rajesh Vagadia VU2EXP, (Regional Coordinator for West India Zone) represented AMSAT-INDIA. I did introduced AMSAT-INDIA & it's activities, along with Amateur Satellite Development scenario in India. I talked on HAMSAT, AISAT, role of
    ITU (API Submission), IARU (frequency allocation) etc procedure in brief for students satellite program. Some highlights were given on Satellite Ground station / Amateur Club station requirement. At last gave info on ARISS program & gave live Demo of SSTV over VHF which turnout as fun for all.

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    (Rajesh VU2EXP represent AMSAT-INDIA)

    More than 60 curious students incl. few budding team for Satellite program participated from different institutions and
    gained knowledge on various topics. Students from IIT Bombay shared their sensible experience on their Pratham satellite.

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    (participating students, faculties & Admins)

    I am thankful to our AMSAT-INDIA Secretary Nitin Muttin VU3TYG for all technical support & Coordinating with organisers. I also thanks to Dr. Umesh Shinde, Mr. Rohit Bokade, Supriya Bhide, Siddharth & whole volunteer team for great cooperation & support.

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    (KJ Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology)

    It was remarkable event for all of us to gain & share knowledge, meet & discuss on single subject SATELLITES!

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    (beautiful sculpture in the campus)

    Thanks & 73

    Rajesh P. Vagadia VU2EXP
    Regional Coordinator
    West India Zone
    AMSAT-INDIA
    www.amsatindia.org
     
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  2. KA8VNG

    KA8VNG Ham Member QRZ Page

    OUT of SIGHT .... ..
     
  3. W9VTT

    W9VTT Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    all right more cartoons
     
  4. G3SEA

    G3SEA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Namaste ! :cool:

    G3SEA/KH6
     
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  5. VU2EXP

    VU2EXP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thank you for your comments

    Best 73
    de Vu2exp
     
  6. VU2EXP

    VU2EXP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Namaste from India G3SEA/KH6

    Thanks for the greetings.

    Best 73
     
  7. W1PJE

    W1PJE Ham Member QRZ Page

    Is that Ashhar Farhan VU2ESE in the front row (4th from left, dark blue shirt)? QRP / Home-brew royalty [e.g. BitX-40] in addition to satellite knowledge.
     
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  8. VU2EXP

    VU2EXP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes Philip W1PJE you caught him right, he is very much Mr. Farhan the author of Bitx40. He was one of the speaker too.
    Thanks again for your kind observation.
    Best 73
     
  9. VU2GRM

    VU2GRM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Congratulations Rajesh,
    I am sure many of them must have got interested in the hobby and become hams to enjoy and develop the technology.
    73
    Ram Mohan
    VU2GRM
     
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  10. VU2EXP

    VU2EXP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thank you Ram Mohanji VU2GRM for compliments. Yes they were also interested in Amateur Radio (licence) as it was also necessary to have a valid Club station plus Satellite Ground station capabilities! Infact some of them already received their tickets recently.
    Seems next generation took enough interest in Birds (Satellites).

    73

    Rajesh VU2EXP
    Rajkot / Gujarat
     

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