FORUM ROOM 1
Ed will give us the details on interference to ham operations from a plethora of electronic devices, which unfortunately, always seems to be on the rise. We’ll learn about what it sounds like, how to look for it, and even how to get some of it stopped.
INTERFERENCE TO HAM RADIO
Ed Hare W1RFI
Marty is a young and very competitive contester who has operated with some of the biggest multop stations around. He will give us some insight into contesting and on attracting younger people into the very exciting world of Radiosport.
DEVELOPING NEW AND YOUNG CONTESTERS
Marty Sullaway NN1C
11:00-11:50 In-Person Event
Fred will provide a summary of the first 2 months of his term in office, and plans coming up for amateur radio in New England. He will also provide an update on ARRL activities and projects. Bring all of your questions and concerns to this exciting forum.
Fred Kemmerer AB1OC, ARRL New England Division Director
12:00-1:00 In-Person Event
No, it won’t be a tech forum or a “what’s new” forum. It will be a totally fun game show which you all are familiar with!
A few lucky contestants will strive to answer ham radio trivia question (and some hard technical ones, too) to vie for valuable prizes (actually just bragging rights). Along the way we’ll identify door prize winners and make general announcements. Be sure to join us at this fast-paced and fun event and give HAM-CON 2022 a great sendoff!
WHO WANTS TO BE A HR MILLIONAIRE
Mitch Stern W1SJ
FORUM ROOM 2
David addressed HAM-CON last year as the new ARRL CEO and outlined steps to be taken, going forward. In this presentation, we will get to see those changes and what’s in store for the future.
2021 HAPPENINGS AT ARRL AND WHAT TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2022
David Minster NA2AA, ARRL CEO
9:30-10:20 In-Person Event
Jeff will give an overview of the wide range of radios used for navigation and communications in aviation. We’ll learn about systems like ILS, ADSB, GPS, VOR and Doppler Radio. What does all of this mean? Come to the forum and find out!
RADIOS AND AVIATION
Jeff Bonn N1YD
All you need to know about setting up your ham station. This includes buying a transceiver and accessories, where to locate it, antennas, computers, grounding and where to get help when needed. Learn all the tricks of the trade to set up your shack.
SETTING UP YOUR HF STATION
Anthony Luscre K8ZT
Author of the “Ask Dave” column in QST, Dave will be on hand to answer your questions about ham radio technical issues. Questions will be taken from the live audience as well as attendees on Zoom. He will also provide details on his YouTube channel.
Dave Casler KE0OG