DKARS HF Weak Signal Day

 

 

On Saturday 10 March 2018 the first DKARS HF Weak Signal Day will be held in Kootwijkerbroek.

This day is organised for all radio amateurs who like to work on HF bands and are interested in Weak Signal DX, contesting, working many different countries, but also amateurs who like to build their own radio systems. Building equipment, antennas and a complete station. Amateurs who like to challenge themselves and enjoy the amateur radio hobby radio as part of their lives.

 

 

On this day different presentations are given by well known and enthusiastic radio amateurs who have extensive experience in their field.
From contesting on 160 meters to working with WSJT at 60 meters, a QRP beacon at 80 meters and WSPR experiments with the Red Pitaya and a story about construction equipment and antennas. All of these different possibilities in our hobby will be presented during this day.

 

 

Of course, there are possibilities to meet and talk to fellow Hams and discuss our hobby and learn from each other or gain some new ideas.
The day is held in the village house of Kootwijkerbroek, during the whole day coffee and different sandwiches are available at a very reasonable price.

 

 

 The preliminary program looks like this:

  • Opening by the chairman of DKARS
  • Lecture by Remco, PA3FYM: contesting on 160 meters
  • Lecture by Henk, PA1A: building with passion
  • Lecture by Henk, PA2S: WSJT experiences at 60 meters
  • Lecture by Robert, PA0RYL: the CW QRP beacon on 80 meters
  • Lecture by Hans, PA0EHG: 5 bands transmitter for WSPR using the Red Pitaya

 

For more information look into the next DKARS bulletins or on this website.