[hfsig] RE: Report From the DCC

John Ackermann N8UR jra at febo.com
Thu Sep 23 20:57:46 EDT 2004

We hope to have audio up, but it may take a little while -- there's a 
lot going on, and transferring ~25 hours of tape takes a bit of 
babysitting (we tried using a direct-to-mp3 recorder one year, but had 
bad luck with that, so went back to the old-fashioned way this year).

The conference proceedings are available now in dead tree format from 
ARRL.  We will make a CD available, but under our agreement with ARRL we 
can't do that for a couple of years after each show.

John N8UR

Ralph Milnes wrote:
> Does anyone know if the papers are available to read or if a recording will
> be available eventually?
> The TAPR site had CDs from 2000 but nothing more recent. So I assume they've
> discontinued the recordings.
> Ralph KC2RLM 
> -----------------------
>>Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 13:56:51 CDT
>>From: dubose at texas.net
>>Subject: [hfsig] Report From the DCC
>>To: hfsig at lists.tapr.org
>>I attended the DCC this past weekend and presented G4HPE's 
>>paper on "A Practical Evaluation and Comparison of Some 
>>Modern Data Modes".  
>>It was a GREAT Conference and I appreciate the local groups 
>>and TAPR for putting on such a GREAT event. Next year 
>>everyone should make plans to attend.  
>>And the year after will be our 25th year of the DCC and 
>>hopefully everyone will want to attend.
>>Other papers of interest to the list were 
> <snipped>
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