The Special DCC Issue (#146) of TAPR’s quarterly newsletter is now available here and from the TAPR website Library.
The following is the list of papers submitted for the 2020 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC). Each registered DCC attendee will receive an electronic (pdf) copy of the papers, while non-attendees may purchase a printed copy of the papers for $9 from the ARRL.
The schedule for the 2020 ARRL/TAPR virtual online Digital Communications Conference (DCC) is available now.
The August 2020 issue #145 of TAPR’s quarterly newsletter is now available here and from the TAPR website Library.
TAPR will have a booth at the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo, coming to your laptop, tablet, and smartphone on August 8 and 9. Attendees have the opportunity to: Listen to and engage with 80+ internationally recognized ham radio luminaries who have committed to lead expo sessions including TAPR Director John Ackermann, N8UR.
The 39th Annual ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) will be a virtual conference on September 11 and 12, using Zoom video communications and YouTube video-sharing platforms.
John Ackermann, N8UR, just released an update to the Arduino firmware for the TICC. The new version is 20200412.1. It, along with all the TICC source code and documentation, is available now.
Due to recent events, the 2020 ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC), originally planned for Charlotte, North Carolina, will be moved to an online virtual conference on the same dates as originally planned, September 11-13, 2020. The details of the Virtual DCC will be announced in the coming months as details and plans are finalized. We plan to hold…
The problems related to the website’s login and membership functions have been fixed.
I saw your article on the RPi WSPR boards. I have been using a 30m board since Dayton as my only WSPR activity.Here is a screen shot of a 12 hour report in February, noon to midnight on 2-19-2020 running as recommend and I use a inverted Delta loop as an antenna.These boards really work well even in a sun…