The New England Sci-Tech Amateur Radio Society (NEST) will meet on-line and in-person on January 18, 2022 at 7 PM and feature “The History, Renovation, and Future of MIT’s Green Building’s Radomes” by MIT Professor Kerri Cahoy, Daniel Sheen, KC1EPN, and members of the MIT Radio Society.
A description of this project can be found at: https://news.mit.edu/2021/
Daniel Sheen, KC1EPN, is the Trustee and a former president of the MIT UHF Repeater Association, W1XM, and a former station manager for the MIT Radio Society, W1MX. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Science and Engineering from MIT in 2019. While pursuing graduate studies in Electrical Engineering and Computer science, he worked at Haystack Observatory designing a new UHF feed for the Westford Radio Telescope, earning his Master of Engineering degree in 2021. Currently he works at Diversified Technologies Inc designing RF amplifiers and high voltage power supplies for radar transmitters, while continuing to advise the MIT Radio Society.
Come meet at NEST! We usually have pizza! (Face masks still required, please.)
5:00-7:00: radio room open; informal radio activities.
For Zoom conference information, email Bob Phinney, K5TEC, at bobphinney -at- nescitech -dot- org or call 508-720-4179.