Announcements and Discussion about the BATC's Flagship Event for 2013
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- Joined: Fri Dec 28, 2012 11:57 pm
Hello, I would like to say a big thank you to Finningley Amateur Radio Society, to the BATC and all the other speakers and organizers of CAT 13
I had a wonderful day, not a dull moment, all the speakers were great. It really opened my eyes to the BATC its work and the people who put so much hard work in. It was great to get detailed information on the DTX1 modulator, the chaps from antenair are so welcoming and open to questions and future additions etc.
I learned an awful lot .. wonderful, thank you all.
Tony - G0UOZ (Lincoln / GB3VL)
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- Joined: Mon Jun 01, 2009 4:20 pm
To all the folks at BATC,
Let me add my thanks for "making the BATC streaming happen" during CAT13. I know it was not easy to achieve an internet connection and it was a bit of "touch and go", but your efforts are appreciated. I really enjoyed sitting back in my home QTH and watching the presentations. You were able to achieve a world-wide audience for those who were interested.
Good job...de Ken W6HHC
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- Joined: Sun Feb 24, 2008 9:01 pm
I enjoyed the weekend myself, It was a indeed a very good weekend, I was impressed by the enthusiasm of those who were there, excellent lectures. The venue was also interesting with lots of test gear in different rooms and constructional areas with surface mount demos, even a museum of old radios and test gear. it was a good choice for the venue.
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- Joined: Sat Apr 12, 2008 5:34 pm
Can I also say a big thanks to the hosts and organisers of an excellent event.
Venue was great, easy to find and ideal for the event.
People I met were very friendly and the chat was interesting.
Lectures were also very good, plenty to think about and lots of idea's.
I came away with "bits", for the next projects of course.
Dinner was also very nice, pity I was the named driver!
All in all a great success.