There were several ‘old timers’ who attended the April 2019 meeting and a group picture taken.
Pulling together all the links for the different talks will take a couple days, but here is the draft summary for all the talks from the 2019 MHDC. All of the slide decks are available now and the table below has bookmark links to the individual talks. The entire raw live stream is available now.
|RAMROD and Ham Radio||Doug Kingston, KD7DK and Randy Neals, W3RWN||Slides|
|DRAWS - Digital Radio Amateur WorkStation||Bryan Hoyer, K7UDR||Slides|
|Mobile Communication for the 21st Century||Kyle Burgess KD7IYT / Matt Benjamin, KD7KBN||Slides|
|RMS Portable Operation||Lynn Burlingame, N7CFO||Slides|
|PNW DMR cBridge & Systems||Rod Ekholm, KC7AAD||Slides|
|GNU Radio||Anna McDermond, NH6Z||Slides|
|HamWAN Update||Rob Salsgiver, NR3O||Slides|
The agenda for the conference has been finalized.
|8:45||Scott Honaker, N7SS||Introduction|
|9:00||Doug Kingston, KD7DK / Randy Neals, W3RWN||RAMROD|
|10:00||Bryan Hoyer, K7UDR||DRAWS: Digital Radio Amateur Work Station|
|11:00||BREAK||Coffee and Tea available|
|11:15||Kyle Burgess KD7IYT / Matt Benjamin, KD7KBN||Mobile Communication for the 21st Century|
|12:15||LUNCH||Food served on site|
|1:25||Lynn Burlingame, N7CFO||Standards for WinLink RMS Portable Configuration|
|1:55||Rod Ekholm, KC7AAD||PNW DMR cBridge & Systems|
|3:00||BREAK||Coffee and Tea available|
|3:15||Anna McDermond, NH6Z||GNU Radio and You: Introduction to Software Defined Radio Toolkit|
|4:15||Rob Salsgiver, NR3O||HamWAN Update|
|4:45||Scott Honaker, N7SS||Prize Drawing|
|5:30||Pizza at Round Table (Unofficial wrap up)|
Budd – WB7FHC has edited together a really nice version of Dr. Taylor’s talk using the raw video from the live stream and his own footage.
Here is a link to it on YouTube. Thanks Budd!
Over the next couple weeks an official MHDC2018 landing page will be put together, so we can archive all the presentations and links to the videos. As of March 25th, YouTube is still ‘processing’ the live stream, which ended up being almost nine hours long. When it is done, it will get flipped over to being publicly available and a link added from here.
Our video editor (Budd-WB7FHC) is going to work on taking the live stream and all the raw video to produce individual videos for each talk. As he gets those done, links will be made available on the MHDC2018 landing page.
Here is a link to Kenny’s slides.