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Call for Papers - Central States VHF Society Conference 2002


The Central States VHF Society will be holding it's 36th Annual Conference
this year in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  It will be held at the Sheraton Four
Points on July 26-28, 2002.

As the Technical Program Chairman this year, I would like to invite
interested authors to present a paper for the Conference.

Any topic related to weak-signal VHF operation is welcome, but if you need
one, here are some suggestions:

Practical omnidirectional antenna designs (Alford slots, Loops, others)
Basic pre-amp concepts - gain, intercept point, and noise figure (and their
New devices and how to implement them
Modern meteor scatter techniques and software (especially WSJT)
Good audio - how can it help you catch those distant grids
PSK31 and it applications at VHF and above
Tower and or fixed station ideas
How to actually fit antennas for 10 different bands on the same mast
AO-40 operation for when the bands are "down"
First-time roving tips and techniques
PCB Construction Techniques
EME with small dishes

If you are interested in writing and/or presenting a paper for the 2002
Conference, please send me an email at n8kwx@csvhfs.org.  Or write to:

Marc Holdwick
PO Box 6051
Buffalo Grove, IL, 60089

Papers are welcome in either paper or electronic format, but will be
required by May 5, 2002 to be included in the Proceedings.  Please contact
me as soon as possible with an abstract or even a general idea.  This will
help the Conference team with it's planning activities.

Thanks & 73!

Marc - N8KWX

For more information about the 2002 CSVHFS Conference:


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