Here is a link to the first set of slides.
Here is a link to the first set of slides.
The official MHDC AV team will be streaming the conference live this weekend, so people not able to attend in person can still watch. We will be using YouTube and plan on having the cameras live by 8:45am when Scott-N7SS kicks things off. I’ll be monitoring the chat room during the day, so if someone watching remotely would like to ask questions, you will still be able to.
I will do my best to post the slides for each talk prior to the talk starting, so you can follow along remotely.
All of the slides for the conference are now posted on the MHDC 2017 page. There is also a link to the live stream video, but it has many ‘problems’ due to technical difficulties.
FINAL UPDATE: We are really sorry about the quality and all the problems with the live stream this year. Watch the MHDC 2017 page for links to any of the video we manage to salvage. de KU7M
UPDATE: 15:26PM Things seem to be working again, rebooting the BlackMagic box seem to have fixed it. de KU7M
UPDATE: 14:24PM Yes, we know the sound is broken. We will reboot the BlackMagic box at the break and hopefully that will fix things. de KU7M
UPDATE: 13:25PM Things are working again… de KU7M
UPDATE: 12:57PM Back from lunch, but the stream has locked up. Beginning to think someone doesn’t want this to happen. de KU7M
UPDATE: 11:50AM The live stream is now up, but of course we are eating lunch…. de KU7M
The event today will be live streamed via YouTube.
Here is the agenda for today’s event.
MicroHAMS Club Meeting
Tuesday, January 17th at 6:00 PM
Location: Building 35/4561
Portable Radio Kits by Scott N7SS
Come see Scott’s Blue Box to get some ideas about how to make your own portable radio station that is highly functional even when the going gets rough. When you make your own custom rig, it also has to be smart, fun, and cool. N7SS shows us one way of how that’s done.
If you don’t know everything about amateur radio yet, that’s OK. As a club, we have a broad spectrum of interests and experiences. Please feel free to ask questions at this part of the meeting.
146.58 MHz FM simplex will be monitored for anyone who needs help finding the site or for access to the building. (Monitoring is done with handhelds, so range is limited.) If you’re running late and are locked out, please call us on the radio or Tim’s phone at (425) 898-3815. We’ll send someone to let you in.
SECURITY NOTE: Anyone who does not have their own Microsoft badge for unescorted access to Microsoft buildings MUST be escorted into Building 35 and conference room 4561 by a badged MicroHAMS member. Do NOT under any circumstances attempt to “tag” onto or “tailgate” Microsoft employees entering the building. Please congregate about five minutes before the meeting outside the lobby entrance on the south side of the building.
MicroHAMS meetings are open to club members, those interested in joining the club (see club membership policy at http://www.microhams.com), and guests of club members. Others may also attend a club meeting by sending email to the club at least seven days prior to the meeting. Space for guests is limited.
Tim Myers, KK7TM
(posted on Tim’s behalf, de KU7M)
Announcing the tenth annual MicroHAMS Digital Conference! This is our 10th year producing the conference and we will be bringing speakers on the cutting edge of digital communications both hardware and software. Lunch and snacks are included with the price of the conference and we’ll have free Internet access.
The next MicroHAMS Digital Conference will be held on Saturday March 18th, 2017 on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, WA.
The MicroHAMS Digital Conference got a nice write up on the ARRL website. While Ward-N0AX is quoted in the post, I believe he was actually the author as well. Thanks Ward to the kind words and coming out to talk!
NOTE: I will be sending off the raw video feeds to the production editor next week. Hopefully we will start seeing the individual edited talks from Budd-WB7FHC soon…
The video from the live stream is now available on YouTube.(Link) At some point in the future, each session will be edited down (with more camera angles, etc.) and links will be made available on the MicroHAMS web site.
In the mean time, the stream is available and the actual presentations can be downloaded from the MHDC 2016 page. The agenda with the original presentation times and YouTube stream start times is below.
A video interview with Jeremy-NH6Z is also available now, Jeremy shows off the NWDigitalRadio products demo’d at the conference.(Link)
|9:00||0:00||Ward Silver||Ham Radio – Now What?|
|10:00||1:01||Alex Schwarz||MSDR Radio Software|
|11:00||1:59||Casey Halverson/Morgan Redfield||Hamshield Kickstarter|
|1:15||2:58||Curt Black||RAMROD Digital|
|1:30||3:13/3:17||Bryan Hoyer||NW Digital Radio UDRX|
|2:45||4:26||John Petrich||Homebrew VHF-UHF+ SDR|
|4:00||5:32||Phil Horkin||Line of Sight MIMO|
Dennis and Kenny trying to tame the live stream….
The live stream is up and working.