There’s an impressive line-up of radio amateurs among those giving presentations at the UK High Altitude Society (UKHAS) conference in Cambridge on Saturday, September 10, 2016.
The conference takes place at the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge and attracts those interested in learning about building and flying High Altitude Balloons or in tracking their 434 MHz signals.
Tickets can be purchased from the wiki page and cost just £10 each.
Provisional Schedule as at August 16:
09:30 Assembly – Drinks & Biscuits
10:00 Welcome & Introduction
10:10 LoRa – Dave Akerman M0RPI
10:40 Evidence that Biology is Continually Arriving to Earth from Space – Prof Milton Wainwright (Univ. of Sheffield)
11:10 Operation Outward – Steve Randall G8KHW
12:00 Chase & Recovery – Dave Akerman M0RPI
12:30 VORTEX Parachute Tests – John Underwood
14:00 CUSF’s Martlet Rockets – Adam Greig M0RND
14:30 Introducing AirCores – Dr Johannes Laube (UEA)
15:00 Scheduled Talk Subject to Official Approval
15:45 500 cu m Solar Balloon Project – Sven Steudte DL7AD
16:15 Superpressure Maths & Envelope Construction – Richard Meadows M0SBU (UBSEDS)
UKHAS were offering the option to complete the amateur radio Foundation Practical Assessments and Exam at the conference. This was rapidly fully booked, perhaps a sign of the shortage of Foundation exams venues.
If you would like to speak or run a workshop, please do get in touch with either Daniel Saul M6DSA or Steve Randall G8KHW. Contributions don’t need to be directly linked to ballooning and they look forward to all suggestions.
Conference registration information is at