K1NKR: “Radio Interference” at Algonquin ARC, November 14, 2019

AARC logoMichael Powell, W1KU, writes on the Algonquin ARC mailing list:

Our November meeting will be on Thursday at 7:30.  I hope to see you there. 

Our featured speaker will be Skip Youngberg, K1NKR, on “Radio Interference. ”

Let’s talk about radio interference.  Not RFI, not EMI, not EMC–but station-to-station interference.  What is interference?  What’s the “interference neighborhood?”  Who’s protected?  What classic cases are there that we can learn from?  And what do we Amateurs do about it? “Radio Interference,” by Skip Youngberg K1NKR, is an evolving talk addressing these issues by looking at who our RF neighbors are and how we coexist with them.

Skip has been a ham since he was a teenager in 1960.  In fact, Amateur Radio led him to his career.  His resume includes suffering from, analyzing, causing, and protecting against interference.  He served as an engineering officer in the Air Force for twenty-five years and in industry for an additional fifteen, building and analyzing systems in the fields of communications, navigation, and intelligence.

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