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North Fulton Amateur Radio League
Southeastern DX Club
Saturday, November 10, 2012 9:00am -12:30pm
The event will be held at the Georgia Gwinnett College Student Center, 1000 University Center Lane Lawrenceville, GA 30043.
As in past years, the event is open to all hams and admission is FREE.
This year's speakers bring interesting and diverse perspectives to HamJam:
-Gerald Youngblood, K5SDR CEO and President of FlexRadio Systems, Gerald will speak on the future of amateur radio.
-Stephen Galchutt, wG0AT of Monumont, CO. Stephen will speak on SOTA (Summits on the Air) and his mountain top adventures.
-Doug Grant, K1DG of Windham, NH. Doug will speak on Contesting Ethics and the World Radio Team Championship (WRTC).
A number of wonderful prizes will be raffled to help the sponsoring organizations offset expenses and hopefully have some funds left over for their youth activities. Raffle tickets are available for a $5 donation (5 for $20). See the web site www.hamjam.info for raffle rules.
The top three raffle prizes are:
- · Kenwood TS-590S Compact High-Performance HF & 6M Transceiver with Advanced DSP. Donated to HamJamby Kenwood USA
- · Corporation. FlexRadio FLEX-3000™ high performance mid-range 100 watt all-band, all-mode amateur radio transceiver. Donated to HamJamby FlexRadio Systems®.
- Icom ID-880H Analog/D-STAR mobile radio. Donated to HamJam by Icom America. Enter the world of Digital Radio with the Icom ID-880H. You do not have to be present to win one of the top three prizes.
Much more information at www.hamjam.info all info subject to change 10/09/2012
Norm Schklar, WA4ZXV
Co-Chair HamJam 2012
|Where||Georgia Gwinnett College 1000 University Center Ln, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 (Student Center)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:00 pm–12:30 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Teens, Seniors|
More About Georgia Gwinnett College
In 2005, Governor Perdue signed a law creating the state's first new four-year, public college in more than 100 years. Just one year later, Georgia Gwinnett College opened its doors. Now there are nearly 3,000 students from all over Georgia and the world working toward one of 12 degrees in fields including biology, information technology and criminal justice.