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Tech Day 2012

Come join us on Saturday, September 15th, 2012 at the Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Administration Complex at 166 Second St. in beautiful Monument, CO for a half day workshop aimed primarily at the new Technician Licensees to help them get started in ham radio. While you’re here you’ll learn what it takes to be a ham radio operator, brush up on your DXing skills, test your own ham radio equipment, check out some sweet mobile radio installations, and ask an Elmer “What’s so cool about 10 meters?” Getting started in ham radio has never been so much fun!

Schedule of Events
9:30 am – Youth DXpedition to Costa Rica by Anna Veal WØANT
10:30 am – Mountaintop Operating by Steve Galchutt WGØAT
11:30 am – Home Station Setup by Anna Veal WØANT
12:30 pm – Getting On the Air by Brandon Hippe KDØPWF
1:30 pm – Radio Equipment 101 by Shel KFØUR
* Each presentation is approximately 15 minutes with 5 minutes of Q&A at the end. Events subject to change

Booth Presentations
– Get Your Radio Programmed with Local Repeater Freqs by RT Systems hosted by Kyle Hippe KYØHIP & Cole Turner WØCOL
– Check Your Radio Performance hosted by Bob Witte KØNR
– See an HF Station hosted by Dan Scott WØRO & Stu Turner WØSTU
– Ask Any Question – The Elmer Booth hosted by Paul Swanson AAØK & Shel KFØUR
– Understand Mobile Installations hosted by James Bucknall KDØMFO & Ethan Bucknall KDØMFP
– Getting Your Ham Radio License hosted by Brandon Hippe KDØPWF & Eric Hippe NØHIP
– Ham Radio & Public Service hosted by Randy Meadows KNØTPC

Tech Day 2012 is proudly sponsored by the WØTLM Amateur Radio Club and the Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association.

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