Ham Radio University Goes Virtual Again - January 8, 2022

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  1. KS2G

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    With Covid19 uncertainties precluding an in-person gathering for a second year, the 23rd annual
    Ham Radio University (HRU) educational conference will again be held as a virtual event – on Saturday, January 8, 2022 -- 8:00am to 3:00pm EST (12:00– 20:00 UTC) -- as a GoToWebinar on-line video conference.

    Advance Registration Required -- Starting December 20th 2021


    HRU 2022 will be adding five forums, for a total of 19 presentations by experts in a broad range of Amateur Radio activities including: Amateur Radio Emergency Communications; Basics of HF Operating; Ham Radio Contesting and Dxing, Communicating Through Amateur Radio Earth Satellites; Software Defined Radios; HF and VHF Digital Communications; Parks on the Air, Skywarn, Cables & Connectors, and Using RaspberryPi Computers in Amateur Radio.

    In addition to viewing the presentations, on-line attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of the presenters.

    Founded by Phil Lewis, N2MUN, who passed away in March, 2020, HRU also will be the on-line convention of the NYC-Long Island Section of ARRL - The National Association for Amateur Radio®



    As in years past, participation in HRU 2022 will be free of charge, with an optional suggested donation of $5.00, but advance registration – starting December 20, 2021-- will be required for each presentation.

    Further information, including the schedule of forums and advance registration starting December 20, 2021, is on line at: http://www.HamRadioUniversity.org
     
    KN4YEM, N8TN, K1RFD and 4 others like this.
  2. AA5BK

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    Thanks! I will check this out.
     
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2021
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