Stuck for a Club Presentation?

If you need to plan a presentation to your club, but are stuck for a topic, check out the new additions to the ARRL Multi Media Library. They recently added five new presentations:

  • Well known contester and DXer, ARRL Assistant Technical Editor Dean Straw, N6BV, has two new programs on HF Contesting For The Beginner and DX-pedition to Venezuela.
  • Allen Wolf, KC7O, showcases the communications provided for a 24 hour endurance run in the mountains of California.
  • Mark Spence, WA8SME, ARRL Technology & Education Program Manager (The Big Project) shares his program on the fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing (DSP).
  • There is also a program that covers the basics of repeaters for new hams. Most new hams first contact is through a local repeater. This program is designed to be an introduction to repeaters for the brand new ham.

There are a bunch of other programs that look very interesting.

Norm Fusaro, W3IZ, the ARRL Affiliated Club/Mentor Program Manager, w3iz@arrl.org, 860-594-0230 notes that they are always looking for fresh new programs to add to the Multi Media Library. If you have a PPT or video that you would like to submit for consideration, please mail it to ARRL, Attn. Field & Educational Services, 225 Main St., Newington, CT 06111.

Comments

  1. Hey Dan

    Congrats on the new site. Looks great.

    Ray N2IJ

  2. Dan,

    The Blog is really looking great! Hoping to learn a lot from your blog (as it always had been in the last few months).

    73
    Ramakrishnan, VU3RDD

  3. One of the presentations listed was on digital signal processing. On my weblog, http://www.embeddedbuzz.com is a short article with references to some additonal resources including a complete textbook downloadable in pdf fomat as individual chapters or the entire book. The article is called Digital Signal Processing and was posted on May 12th 2005.

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