Visit to Crawley Club on 22nd September 2019

Is is my plan to attend next SUNDAY, leaving Croydon at about 09.30

I have 4 seats in the car, available, if people care to join me.

Contact or 02086542582

Round Table, 22nd Sept. 2019

Crawley Microwave Round Table Program
Sunday 22nd September 2019
Welcome to the Crawley Roundtable hosted once again at the premises of the Crawley Amateur Radio Club.
The morning session will feature the usual ‘bring and buy’ sale, so if you have surplus radio items then please bring them along.
Again this year following we will be holding a heat for the UK Microwave Group annual Project contest. Please do bring along your constructed equipment or project and enter. Entries do not necessarily need to have been finished during the last year. Please note that the contest will also accept software entries as well as hardware.
CARC award the G3GRO trophy to the winner of this round. The winner will also go on to be considered, together with entries from all the other round tables over a year both before and after this event for the G3VVB trophy.
We are also hoping that G3LYP will be attending with the UKuW Group chipbank. If you have a forthcoming project then why not contact Mike beforehand to place your orders, which are free for UKuW group members.
Below is the timetable:
10:00: Venue opens
10:00: ‘Bring and buy’, general socialising
12:00 UKuW Group Project contest round/G3GRO trophy judging commences
12:15 Lunch (hot dogs and burger rolls etc and tea/coffee available)
13:15 Welcome by Alun G4WGE/Denis G0OLX and results of the Project contest heat
13:30 A 24 GHz beacon source using IQ upconversion, Andy Talbot, G4JNT
Using the LimeSDR on the Microwave Bands, Dave Crump, G8GKQ
Break – Tea and coffee available
288 GHZ update, Chris Whitmarsh, G0FDZ
RFZero Signal Source, Denis Stanton, G0OLX
16:30 End of meeting
The venue is the Crawley Amateur Radio Club’s hut


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