KJ6VU: “Building Out a Ham Radio Trailer” at New England Sci-Tech ARS Hybrid Meeting, March 29, 2022

New England Sci Tech logoThe New England Sci-Tech Amateur Radio Society (NEST) will meet on-line and in-person on March 29, 2022 at 7 PM and feature “Building Out a Ham Radio Trailer” by George Zafiropoulos, KJ6VU. 
In this presentation, George will describe the process of designing and building out a radio trailer for field operating events.  Topics covered will include construction, power, radios, antennas, and accessories.
Bio: George has been a ham since 1972. He has a wide variety of radio interests including home brewing, QRP, and repeater building. His current station is a Flex 6400, an Elecraft K3, and a modest 6 band vertical (6BTV) and several QRP rigs. His favorite mode is HF CW and he can be found on DMR talk group 31075. George is the designer of the Sierra Radio Systems repeater control systems and the PackTenna line of portable antennas.  George is also the co-host of the Ham Radio Workbench podcast. You can listen to over 150 episodes of the show on any podcast player or directly from website https://www.hamradioworkbench.com  Additionally, George was honored to be interviewed by Eric Guth, 4Z1UG, on Eric’s QSO Today Amateur Radio Podcast. You can hear that interview  at https://www.qsotoday.com/podcasts/kj6vu 
(Face masks are now OPTIONAL for vaccinated visitors.)
3:00-7:00 – Radio room open; GET CHECKED OUT for the radio room.
6:00-7:00 – Mini-class: How to become a Volunteer Examiner (VE). Register HERE.
7:00 pm: “Building Out a Ham Radio Trailer” by George Zafiropoulos, KJ6VU.
8:00 pm: RADIO SHOP TALK – Each Tuesday after the regular meeting, join us for Technical Topics and Ham Radio Shop Talk. Hang out and ask any technical questions for discussion.
For Zoom conference information, email Bob Phinney, K5TEC, at bobphinney -at- nescitech -dot- org or call 508-720-4179.

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