[FOSDEM] ham-radio

Martin Braun martin at gnuradio.org
Tue Jan 17 03:21:19 CET 2017


...and just in case this has been missed by someone, the SDR track has a
ham-related talk by Daniel, and maybe other presentations that'll be
interesting to hams.

https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/track/software_defined_radio/

Cheers,
Martin

On 01/14/2017 05:37 AM, Kristoff wrote:
> Pierros,
> 
> 
> 
> This satellite-demo that is planned (if we get permission from the
> FOSDEM staff) will be done by another ham. (my job is merely tring to
> get things organised and getting permission from the FOSDEM staff and
> the ULB for everything).
> 
> 
> 
> I have forwarded your message to the ham involved and I propose that you
> and him get into contact and see if you can do something together.
> I wlll forward you the contact-details offlist.
> 
> But it would be great to see if you and us can set up something together
> and I will surely try to get into the AW devroom for your talk.
> 
> Anycase, I will also be maning the infobooth, so we can surely have a
> talk about this!
> 
> 
> 73
> kristoff - ON1ARF
> 
> 
> On 14-01-17 11:22, Pierros Papadeas wrote:
>> Hello fellow HAMs!
>>
>> We ( satnogs.org - librespacefoundation.org ) will be once again in
>> FOSDEM as a group. Kristoff, what are you thinking for receiving
>> satellites? We could arrange a demo even without a rotator.
>> We also have a talk [1] about SatNOGS and how we will be commanding
>> the first open source satellite ( UPSat [2]) that we built and awaits
>> to be launched this March. We would love to meet with more HAMs, so
>> join us!
>>
>> [1] https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/satnogs/
>> [2] https://upsat.gr
>>
>> On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 1:23 AM, Kristoff <kristoff at skypro.be> wrote:
>>> HI Jon,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Great to see more hams at fosdem! :-)
>>>
>>>
>>> As we did in 2015, we will be promoting hamradio in our infobooth in
>>> the AW
>>> building so feel free to come and visit us for a chat!
>>>
>>> There will be no VHF/UHF station but out goal is to have a HF station
>>> showing up digital modes (you know, all these "spacey-sounds") and do
>>> a demo
>>> on receiving satellites, but we are still looking with the people from
>>> FOSDEM how to organised this safely.
>>>
>>>
>>> F.Y.I, I propose to use the calling frequencies on 70 cm: 433.500 for
>>> FM and
>>> 433.450 for DMR (id 9 / TS 2).
>>>
>>> Local repeaters are
>>> ON0UBA (439.225, -7.6), FM/echolink (subtone: 131.8 Hz) + C4FM
>>> ON0PRX (438.4125, -7.6), DMR on the brandmeister network.
>>>
>>>
>>> Kristoff (ON1ARF)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 12-01-17 22:39, Jon Fautley wrote:
>>>> On 31 Jan 2016, at 6:55, Kristoff wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> For any fellow hams who happenn to have taken their handheld radio
>>>>> with
>>>>> them, I am visiting FOSDEM today and will be QRV and calling "CQ
>>>>> FOSDEM" at
>>>>> 433.500 Mhz (calling frequency 70 cm) FM inbetween talks.
>>>>
>>>> Reviving an old thread, but as a reminder for those of you suitably
>>>> equipped (and licensed!) that there’ll likely be FOSDEM attendees
>>>> monitoring
>>>> the amateur bands.
>>>>
>>>> I’ll have my 70cm DMR/Analog radio with me again this year.
>>>>
>>>> 73 de Jon (ON/)M0NGY
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