Posted on August 20, 2020September 13, 2020 by Stana Horzepa — 27 CommentsDCC Schedule The schedule for the 2020 ARRL/TAPR virtual online Digital Communications Conference (DCC) is available now by clicking here. Post navigationPrevious post: August 2020 PSR AvailableNext post: Papers of the 2020 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) 27 thoughts on “DCC Schedule” Carl Kolenda September 9, 2020 Stana: I am having trouble logging in and registering for the DCC conference for Sept 11-12 and to renewing my TAPR membership. The problem seems to be my email & PW. Carl Kolenda, KQ8G Reply Bruce Raymond September 9, 2020 Hi Carl, We’ve changed our website (Who am I kidding? It was a complete redo.) At any rate, the approach is to purchase a membership and a DCC registration. 1. Click on Shop from the menu at the top. 2. Click on the 2 at the upper right (take you to the next page). 3. Click on View products under DCC Registration. 4. Scroll down the page and add 1 Virtual DCC 2020 Registration and 1 TAPR Membership. 5. Click on Add to cart and the View cart and Proceed to checkout. Let me know if you run into problems. 73 Bruce firstname.lastname@example.org Reply Peter N5UWY September 10, 2020 I’m looking forward to this but, I gotta say, your messaging is a mess. Three different Zoom invites, most or all of which had the conference running for a week. I still haven’t gotten an answer from TAPR about the real start time/day … but the ARRL of all people posted the date and time. I had to go looking for the program (which, clearly, I have found). And then to find out that everyone lives in the Eastern time zone and the schedule is built around that. I guess I should just be thankful that I live in CDT and not PDT! Reply n8ur September 10, 2020 Hi Peter — Thanks for the feedback! We know that the messaging was not as clean as we would have liked. We are learning as we go, and discovered that Zoom would not let us do some things the way we thought we would be able to and we had to redo the communications plan at the last minute. However, the full schedule (with times in PDT, EDT, and UTC) is available on the TAPR web site. And with an international audience, there’s no timing that’s convenient for everyone. To accommodate the West Coast, we moved our start time an hour later than normal, but that means we are running later in the evening, which will inconvenience European viewers. We hope you enjoy the conference! 73, John Reply Matthew Gibbs September 10, 2020 Will the Zoom “Join from Browser” feature be enabled for people who can’t or do not wish to run the Zoom application? Thank you, Matt  https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005666383-Show-a-Join-from-your-browser-Link Reply Stana Horzepa September 11, 2020 Yes, on the TAPR YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/TAPRDigitalVideo) 73, Stana, WA1LOU Reply Barry September 11, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9p0FpZkxE4 Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 That link will work today, but the one tomorrow will be different. Reply George Salzmann September 11, 2020 Will someone please send out the Zoom Meeting ID BEFORE the conference begins, or at least point me to where it can be found? Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 You should have an invitation email from Zoom (not TAPR) so check your spam folder. Reply George Salzmann September 11, 2020 Not here, not there, not anywhere. Reply Stewart Bryant September 11, 2020 I am unable to find either a Zoom invite to the DCC in my email, or a link to the DCC Youtube stream on the site. Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 Did you register via the TAPR store? You should have received an invite from Zoom if you did. The URL for the YouTube stream will be available on the TAPR YouTube channel when the streaming starts: https://www.youtube.com/user/TAPRDigitalVideo Reply Stewart Bryant September 11, 2020 Yes, I did both the purchase and the renewal in the same transaction [Order #8905] (August 28, 2020) Thanks Stewart Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 Email me at jra at febo dot com and I’ll send you the link. Reply Colin S September 11, 2020 HI, I’ve registered but have not yet seen the Zoom link, or the YouTube URL which I believe was intended to be posted here or on the DCC main page. Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 You should get an invite from Zoom (not TAPR), so check your spam folder. Reply Colin S September 11, 2020 Hi, I checked, not there. Thank you. Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 Please email me at jra at febo dot com and I will send you the meeting number. Reply Kenji Rikitake September 11, 2020 Still haven’t got the zoom invitation for ARRL/TAPR DCC 2020. Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 Hi Kenji — can you email me at jra at febo dot com and I will send you the meeting code. Reply Masaaki.Yonezawa September 11, 2020 Hi Kenji; Maybe I’ll see you in the next morning. Please see schedule. 22:00 UTC Current Status Report of FX.25 KISS TNC Development Masaaki Yonezawa, JE1WAZ, Norito Nemoto, JH1FBM (PRUG) Reply Robert Ascott September 11, 2020 Checked my spam folder again this morning, and no links: I did register late, but did receive the following email (segment) indicating I would be receiving a Zoom link. ************** email from TAPR: Hi Bob, Just to let you know — we’ve received your order #9097, and it is now being processed: [Order #9097] (September 9, 2020) Product Quantity Price Virtual DCC 2020 Registration 1 $0.00 TAPR will send out additional information with details on how to attend the Virtual DCC prior to the Virtual DCC. Reply n8ur September 11, 2020 Please email me at jra at febo dot com and I’ll send you the meeting number. Reply Masaaki.Yonezawa September 11, 2020 Hi Kenji; Maybe I’ll see you in the next morning. 22:00 UTC Current Status Report of FX.25 KISS TNC Development Masaaki Yonezawa, JE1WAZ, Norito Nemoto, JH1FBM (PRUG) Reply Joe DeVincentis September 11, 2020 I too did not get Zoom email. The IP it came from was blacklisted by spamcop and my ISP dumped it as a result. Can anyone please send me the invite. Reply Steven Bible September 11, 2020 Hello Joe, Sorry that your IP has blacklisted Zoom. You may try using your smart phone on 4G or 5G and try that. You can download the Zoom app. There is a meeting number you can type in and join. You can also watch via livesteam on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9p0FpZkxE4 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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