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GARC-L  September 2007

GARC-L September 2007

Subject:

Announcement of D-Star Seminar in Tallahassee (fwd)

From:

Jeff Capehart <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Jeff Capehart <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 5 Sep 2007 08:57:54 -0400

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TEXT/PLAIN (103 lines) , TALLAHASSEE DIGITAL GROUP3.doc (103 lines)

FYI for anyone interested in D-Star.  This may be the future of ham 
radio.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2007 19:09:57 -0400
From: Paul Eakin <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Announcement of D-Star Seminar in Tallahassee


Good afternoon,

I would like to invite you and the club members to the seminar our group is 
putting on in Tallahassee on Sept 29th.
This will be a worthwhile learning experience and I have enclosed both a copy 
of the newsletter article and an attachment describing the activities.
Would you mind forwarding this post to your membership?

Hopefully we will see you there and learn together.
Thank you for reading this post.

73,
Paul L. Eakin, [log in to unmask]
ADEC Capital District ARES (Digital Communications)
(850)-591-0442
nnnn

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Following is our announcement letter about the seminar and also enclosed is an 
attachment showing the flyer we are sending out.
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After quite a bit of traveling to various hamfest, seminars, classes and other 
instructional meetings, The North Florida Digital Group (NFDG) feels that the 
ham radio public can be better served if the information we have gathered could 
be presented in a classroom setting locally and in one place.

On September 29th, we will be hosting the D-Star Enhancement Seminar for NFLA 
and S Georgia Hams, ARRL Officials, Served agencies, Government officials, ARC 
officials, Em Management Officials and other interested parties.
Attendance is FREE. Coffee and soda machine are available. There is ample 
parking.

The seminar will be about 5 hours in length and will cover basic definitions up 
thru advanced operations. The seminar starts at 08:30 EDT and will have three 
classes (45 minutes) with ample breaks. With classes, demonstrations and Q &A; 
the seminar should be over by 13:00 EDT. We have the auditorium until 15:00 EDT 
if need be or the interest warrants longer time to reach the objectives of 
everyone. No lunch break is planned but afterwards, any or all can meet for 
lunch and continue any ongoing QSO's.

This will be a structured session. Greg, W4OZK, SM ARRL Alabama Section, will 
be the lead instructor along with  members who will be assisting him. Greg has 
been very instrumental in getting D-Star off and running in Alabama. That 
system now has more D-Star digital repeaters than Japan where D-Star began. 
Greg is Em Comm and ARES supportive and that is the major premise for their 
systems. They will bring a portable repeater system to show and tell. Also 
demonstrated will be digital keyboard/computer communications using the digital 
side while talking on the voice side of D-Star. Time will be spent explaining 
how to set up the radios, and how they work. There are plus and minuses in the 
D-Star world and you will be aware of them in your quest for information. Our 
goal is to provide all the basic information needed for the Ham Operators and 
members of served agencies to understand this new technology.

A class syllabus and preprinted information data sheets will be provided to 
each attendee. We will provide each person with all the D-Star data sheets for 
each radio available from Icom. When each person leaves the conference, he/she 
will have a complete folder with everything they need to get started in D-Star. 
This will include websites and all the URL's needed to research D-Star along 
with addresses for Yahoo groups of interest. Those folks from served agencies 
will also have all the information to understand the limitations hams have and 
what they can provide in an emergency to their agencies with this system.

Check this website out for more information
;
http://www.nfdg.net/

This information may be forwarded to any folks you think would be interested in 
attending the seminar.
Local area clubs will receive this notice and be invited.
We would appreciate a RSVP ( not required, but helpful) for planning purposes 
and logistics.

We of the NFDG hope you will attend and learn about a new technology that in 
the next few years will become an everyday word in ham radio lingo. Locally we 
are sponsoring a complete D-Star system and in the future you may want to give 
it a try. It will have UHF,VHF, 1296 voice and 1296 data. Join us and learn 
about it.

A flyer is included with information.

73,
Paul L. Eakin, KJ4G
ADEC Capital District NFLA, (Digital Communications)
nnnn

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