There’s an impressive line-up of radio amateurs among those giving presentations at the UK High Altitude Society (UKHAS) conference in London on Saturday, August 22, 2015.
The UKHAS conference attracts those interested in learning about building and flying High Altitude Balloons or in tracking their 434 MHz signals. The conference takes place at the University College London (UCL).
09:30 Assembly – Drinks & Biscuits
10:00 Welcome & Introduction
10:10 10 years of UKHAS – Steve Randall G8KHW & Ed Moore M0TEK
10:30 HF Pico – Andy Nguyen VK3YT (Streamed)
11:00 Crossing the Karman Line – Laurence Blaxter & Leo Bodnar M0XER
11:45 QB50 – Dhiren Kataria M6END MSSL
12:15 Stratos School Habbing – Dave Green
12:45 A balloon-borne accelerometer technique for measuring atmospheric turbulence – Graeme Marlton
14:15 A Short Guide to Parachutes – Ed Moore M0TEK
14:30 Predictor – Adam Greig M0RND & Daniel Richman M0ZDR
14:45 UKHASnet Weekend
15:00 Flexible timings: workshops, discussions etc
– IQ Sampling and Software Defined Radio for Beginners – Adam Greig M0RND (G06)
– Eagle CAD Workshop – Anthony Stirk M0UPU (G08)
– UKHASnet node demo – James Coxon M6JCX (Lobby)
UKHAS are also offering the option to complete the amateur radio Foundation Practical Assessments and Exam at the conference. This has been fully booked, perhaps a sign of the shortage of Foundation exams in central London.
Conference registration information is at
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