2009 Pacific Northwest VHF Society Conference
October 9 - 11, 2009
Shilo Inn in Seaside, Oregon
See also the 2009 Photos and the 2009 Conference Agenda and the 2009 Conference Flyer .
- Activating K5N —
- Introduction to VHF Experiments —
Richard Campbell, KK7B
- Stacking Antennas —
Harry Tatarian, W6POL
- A Tale of Two Buses #1
Eric Smith, KB7DQH
- A Tale of Two Buses #2
Clint Wells, N7XKJ
- Propagation at the Solar Minimum
Gene Zimmerman, W3ZZ
- VHF Contesting in the Pacific Northwest
Scott Honaker, N7SS
This presentation is offered to local clubs as an introduction to VHF+ contesting and local activity.
- High Performance Software Radio: The Next Generation
Dan Quigley, N7HQ is a local expert on the High Performance Software Defined Radio Project. (see www.hpsdr.org ).
- Gonzo Engineering and Amateur Radio
Steve Roberts, N4RVE
Steve Roberts, N4RVE skipped out of midwest suburbia in 1983 aboard a "computerized recumbent bicycle" and never looked back. Steve has spent the last 30+ years integrating ham radio and computers into everything from the original BEHEMOTH bicycle to his current project the S/V Nomadness.
- Remote Station Operation via the Internet
Miguel Mayorga, KC7IGT
Going on a business trip, vacation or yes, anywhere you go and you want to take your (HAM Station).
But if it does not fit on your travel case, well, you only need a laptop and internet connection to take your station with you.
Grand Prize Winners
With great thanks to our sponsors, Yaesu and Icom, the grand prize winners were: