The UKHAS conference on Saturday will be streamed live and the radio amateurs giving the presentations will if time permits take questions via the web.
The annual UK High Altitude Society (UKHAS) conference at the University of Greenwich in London attracts those interested in learning about building and flying High Altitude Balloons or in tracking their 434 MHz signals.
There is an impressive line-up of speakers in addition to which there will be workshops, demonstrations along with amateur radio exams.
09:30 Assembly – Coffee / Tea + Biscuits
10.10 Introduction – James Coxon M6JCX and Anthony Stirk M0UPU
10.20 Predictor – Daniel Richman M0ZDR and Adam Greig M0RND
10.50 Advanced superpressure balloon technology – Dan Bowen K2VOL
11.30 SUWS WebSDR – Philip Crump M0DNY
11.40 UK Ham Radio Airborne Operation Update – Steve Randall G8KHW
12.00 $50SAT Low cost satellite- Stuart Robinson GW7HPW
12.45 Batc.tv Introduction – Noel Matthews G8GTZ
13.00 Lunch / Show and Tell
Combination of workshop/lectures.
14.30 STM32+DSP – Adam Greig M0RND, Jon Sowman M0JSN, Matt Brezja M6VXO
15.30 UKHASNET – James Coxon M6JCX
14:30 Pi In The Sky – Anthony Stirk M0UPU and Dave Akerman M0RPI
15.30 Amateur Radio Exams
The video streaming will be available on Saturday, August 16 at http://stream.ukhas.org.uk/
UKHAS Conference http://ukhas.org.uk/general:ukhasconference2014