The RSGB’s Centenary Convention, generously sponsored by Martin Lynch & Sons, takes place over the weekend 11–13 October at Horwood House just a few miles outside Milton Keynes. One of the highlights of this year’s event is the lectures by Joe Taylor, K1JT. He is known by many for his work on the WSPR weak signal propagation reporting software and WSJT used for useful for passing short messages via non-traditional radio communications methods, such as moonbounce, meteor scatter and other low signal-to-noise ratio paths. Joe will be speaking on DXing with weak signals, which is a sufficiently broad title to allow an overview of both HF and EME related applications. More details on the RSGB Centenary Convention can be found on the RSGB website.
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