Ham radio station active at Chaos Communication Camp

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    Ham radio station active at Chaos Communication Camp

    The Chaos Communication Camp is taking place August 21-25.
    The Cardiff University Amateur Radio Society are attending the event and the Chaoswelle station is active on HF, VHF, UHF and the Es'hail-2 /QO-100 geostationary satellite

    A translation of a DARC post reads:

    The Chaos Computer Club (CCC) organizes this open-air event until Sunday on the site of the brick-making park Mildenberg in Zehdenick and offers, among other things, interesting workshops and lectures on technical and socio-political topics. The radio amateurs of the Chaos wave and the local friends of the CCC (D23) are on site and provide amateur radio and technology to touch and understand.

    Radio Amateurs at the Chaos Communications Camp 2019 by Thomas DO7TWI

    Board member Werner Bauer, DJ2ET, took the opportunity to attend the outdoor event with the participating radio amateurs, many of whom are DARC members. The size of this camp fascinates me, for years the CCC has attracted thousands and promotes open thinking - last year there were 17,000 like-minded people at the Congress in Leipzig ", so DJ2ET. "The radio amateurs are doing their part in the camp as inventors, technicians and radio specialists, curiosity, innovation and the creative use of resources are capitalized - a great thing in which the amateur radio can contribute very well."

    The local D23 is well organized, There is an Orga, HF, UHF-VHF, Sat, Digi, Junior, Lecture, Workshop and Kitchen team. Technique crafting is also on the program in the tents of the Chaos Wave, as well as radio operation on shortwave, VHF and Es'hail-2.
    Further information at http://www.chaoswelle.de/

    Source DARC https://darc.de/

    Watch videos of the Chaos Communication Camp talks

    Follow the Cardiff University Amateur Radio Society on Twitter



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