We are pleased to have rescheduled Clint Bradford from last month for a presentations on Amateur Satellite Communication.
Clint K6LCS has been a ham since 1994, and found his niche in the hobby: working amateur
satellites with minimal equipment and telling ALL about it! He has served a liaison between NASA
the ARISS team, and schools coordinating amateur radio contacts between the International Space
Station and students (and also orchestrated a wildly successful ARISS contact). Audiences have never
found his presentation slides “wordy” nor dull. Trivia questions are included throughout the session –
are never bored. For reference materials, Clint has created a support Web site at work-sat.com Web site has become a one-stop source for ALL the citations and equipment recommendations
and software suggestions made in the presentation.
Professionally, Clint was sales manager for ADI / Premier Communications / Pryme,
worked for a Motorola commercial two-way dealer a couple of years, and for Ham
Radio Outlet a couple more. He resides in Jurupa Valley, California, with his wife,
Karen, and their rescued lab, Freja (FRAY-ya)
As we had planned last month, the Zoom meeting room will open at 6:30 pm with a plan to start club announcements about 6:50 and presentation to start at 7 pm.
We are meeting in person at the Murray Center and there will be the usual coffee and snacks an possibly a door prize opportunity for those that show.
We will have clint on the projector via Zoom and if you can’t attend, you may watch his presentation from the comfort of your own home. Here is the Zoom link for the 17th.
Erik Wresch – VP – SOARA
Ham Radio Examinations will take place prior to the General Meeting and also at the Murray Center. Testing session starts at 6pm and is $15/session.
Pre-registration is not required and you don’t need to be a SOARA member to take the test. Please contact our Education Director, Steve Kuver, if you have questions about testing at email@example.com