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Ham Radio on Linux August 8th Presentation


davidftx <davidftx@...>
 

To: All San Antonio Area Amateur Radio Operators & Organizations.

Joe Barr, K1GPL, will be giving his presentation "Ham Radio on
Linux" at
7pm on August 8, 2007 at the Nail Technical Center, on the campus of
San
Antonio College.

Joe previously gave this presentation to the Austin Linux Users Group
earlier this year. Using computers running Linux, Joe remotely
accesses
his HF rig at home running Flgigi (http://www.w1hkj.com/Fldigi.html)
and
making contacts on PSK31 and other PSK Modes.

Fldigi, written by David Freese, W1HKJ, is capable of operating CW,
several versions of PSK and other digital modes. Fldigi is written
for
the Linux operating system and is available on his website. There
is a
"Live CD" with Fldigi on it so that individuals running a Microsoft
operating system can boot off of the Live CD and try Fldigi. Fldigi
has
been featured in QST magazine.

All area Amateurs are invited to attend this presentation. More
information will be posted on http://www.satlug.org and will be
updated
as additional information is available. Feel free to forward this to
other area Amateurs Radio Operators you feel might be interested in
this
presentation.

SATLUG's meetings are hosted by the Computer Information Systems
Department of San Antonio College and meets on the 2nd Thursday of
odd-numbered months and the 2nd Wednesday of even-number months at
7:00pm in room 025B of the Nail Technical Center.

For any questions regarding the presentation "Ham Radio on Linux",
please contact me, Jim Wells, W5CPA at president@... and I
will
do my best to answer your questions.

For general questions regarding SATLUG, please visit
www.satlug.org/FAQ
and see if your question is answered there before e-mailing me your
question.

You are invited to join the SATLUG E-Mail list at
www.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug


Thanks and 73,

Jim Wells, W5CPA
President, San Antonio Linux Users Group.
president@...


Don Jones
 

Go SARC & SATLUG

73 de Don N5WSW
--- davidftx <davidftx@...> wrote:

To: All San Antonio Area Amateur Radio Operators &
Organizations.

Joe Barr, K1GPL, will be giving his presentation
"Ham Radio on
Linux" at
7pm on August 8, 2007 at the Nail Technical Center,
on the campus of
San
Antonio College.

Joe previously gave this presentation to the Austin
Linux Users Group
earlier this year. Using computers running Linux,
Joe remotely
accesses
his HF rig at home running Flgigi
(http://www.w1hkj.com/Fldigi.html)
and
making contacts on PSK31 and other PSK Modes.

Fldigi, written by David Freese, W1HKJ, is capable
of operating CW,
several versions of PSK and other digital modes.
Fldigi is written
for
the Linux operating system and is available on his
website. There
is a
"Live CD" with Fldigi on it so that individuals
running a Microsoft
operating system can boot off of the Live CD and try
Fldigi. Fldigi
has
been featured in QST magazine.

All area Amateurs are invited to attend this
presentation. More
information will be posted on http://www.satlug.org
and will be
updated
as additional information is available. Feel free
to forward this to
other area Amateurs Radio Operators you feel might
be interested in
this
presentation.

SATLUG's meetings are hosted by the Computer
Information Systems
Department of San Antonio College and meets on the
2nd Thursday of
odd-numbered months and the 2nd Wednesday of
even-number months at
7:00pm in room 025B of the Nail Technical Center.

For any questions regarding the presentation "Ham
Radio on Linux",
please contact me, Jim Wells, W5CPA at
president@... and I
will
do my best to answer your questions.

For general questions regarding SATLUG, please visit

www.satlug.org/FAQ
and see if your question is answered there before
e-mailing me your
question.

You are invited to join the SATLUG E-Mail list at
www.satlug.org/mailman/listinfo/satlug


Thanks and 73,

Jim Wells, W5CPA
President, San Antonio Linux Users Group.
president@...



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