40th ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) will take place virtually online September 17-18, 2021.
HamSCI has issued a call for abstracts for its virtual workshop March 19 – 20, hosted by the University of Scranton and sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
If you attended the online ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference this past weekend, we urge you to take the DCC Survey at https://tapr.org/tapr-dcc-review/
The Friday and Saturday sessions of the 2020 ARRL/TAPR DCC are now available on YouTube.
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.
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.
By Stana Horzepa, WA1LOU – TAPR was present at Case Western Reserve University for the 2019 HamSCI Workshop, March 22-23. TAPR makers and shakers, John Ackermann N8UR, George Byrkit K9TRV, Scotty Cowling WA2DFI and Tom McDermott N5EG, were in attendance with John, Scotty and Tom making presentations, while George recorded the proceedings and handled the sound and video for the…