[CQ-Contest] Webinar Schedule - September/October

Ken Claerbout k4zw at comcast.net
Tue Sep 1 10:26:19 PDT 2009

  I am pleased to announce the Webinar schedule for September/October. 
Things kick off next Wednesday (9/9) with KR2Q's "When GIANTS First Walked 
the Bands - The Early Days of Multi-Multi."  Doug's presentation includes 
timeless photos and a nostalgic look back at the early days of multi-multi 
contesting.  This is one of those presentations where you can put your feet 
up and enjoy a great trip down memory lane!
  The schedule also includes the first jointly hosted event by PVRC & NCCC. 
Dean Straw, N6BV, will present "Hints and Kinks for Using HFTA."  Myself and 
Dean N6DE of NCCC had a chance last night to preview some of N6BV's 
material.  This is must see TV (Webinar)!
  October programs include a return presentation by Carl Luetzelschwab K9LA 
on "Propagation Prediction Programs: Their Development and Use", a follow on 
to his earlier Webinar on Cycle 24.  Wally Stefanov, LZ2CJ, will give us a 
look at the LZ9W contest station and discuss their plans for CQWW 2009.  You 
may have seen some of the pictures Wally has already posted.  The LZ9W team 
has been very busy this summer!
  There is one other presentation in the works for October which will be of 
interest to the entire contest community.  Final details are almost complete 
and the announcement should be out very soon.
  Our Webinar webmaster is recovering from surgery so the registration links 
have not been posted to www.pvrc.org yet but they will be in the near 
future.  You will be able to find them and earlier events under the "PVRC 
Webinars" link.  In the mean time, use the links below to view dates/times, 
program descriptions, and registration forms.  Please spread the word!  Feel 
free to send comments, questions, suggestions to k4zw at comcast.net

Ken K4ZW

When Giants First Walked the Bands (KR2Q)

Hints and Kinks for Using HFTA - A Joint PVRC/NCCC Event (N6BV)

A look at the LZ9W Contest Station (LZ2CJ)

Propagation Prediction Programs: Their Development and Use (K9LA)

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