Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1915 - April 25, 2014

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ report number 1915 with a release date of
April 25 2014 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1.

The following is a Q-S-T.  3100 miles on 630 meters down-under;
KickSat and its Sprites are now on-orbit; locations of WRTC 2014
station venues announced; registration for GAREC 2014 now open;
lots of enforcement action from the FCC and a very special new
booth at Hamvention 2014.  Find out the details are on Amateur
Radio Newsline? report number 1915 coming your way right now.


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LOWBAND OPERATIONS:  ZL TO WESTERN VK AR 630 METERS OVER 3100 MILE
PATH

It seems perseverance has paid off for long-time 630 meter
Operator Murray Greenman, ZL1BPU, who uses the special-purpose
call sign ZL1EEfor contacts on that band.  Amateur Radio
Newslines Jim Meachen, ZL2BHF, is here with the details:

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During the week of April 13th to the 20th ZL1EE had numerous
reception reports from Berndt Josef Wulf, VK5ABN/8 some 2010 miles
away near the city of Adelaide, Australia.  But the real payoff
came when he learned that his signal had been copied by Dereck
Zeck, VK6DZ, in the Australian city of Elleker, some 3100 miles to
the West.

Using the new WSPR 2 digital mode Greenman operated overnight at
200 power out into a small 23 foot high Marconi antenna that was
squeezed into a 1/5 acre urban lot.  This put the Effective
Radiated Signal below the maximum 25 watts permitted.  It took a
week of trying but with the reception report from VK6DZ, he
finally broke the 3000 mile distance barrier.

As elsewhere the 630 meter allocation here in New Zealand is from
472 kHz to 479 kHz.  What undoubtedly helped ZL1EE achieve this
remarkable low frequency DX is that his location is only about 7
miles from our West coast and most of the path to VK6DZ is over
water.

It should be noted that activity between Australia and New Zealand
on 630 meters is quite strong, especially over the winter months
here in the in the Southern Hemisphere.  The window of opportunity
for these contacts appears to be about two hours wide from local
midnight.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, Im Jim Meachen, ZL2BHF, in
Nelson, New Zealand.

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With the growing popularity of this band in the Southern
Hemisphere, theres now a New Zealand 630 Meter Net that meets
ever Thursday night local time.  Those involved say that they are
looking for stations in other South Pacific locations who prepared
to listen and provide signal reports of transmissions as they are
heard.  (Southgate, others)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  KICKSAT NOW ON-ORBIT

The KickSat cubesat is now on-orbit and getting ready to release
its cargo of Sprite pico satellites early in May.  After numerous
delays, KickSat was carried to space on Friday, April 18th on
board a Space X Dragon freight capsule using the companys Falcon
9 re-usable booster.  This as a part of the CRS 3 re-supply
mission to the International Space Station.

As previously reported, KickSat beacon can be heard on 437.505
MHz as well as 2401 to 2436.2 MHz transmitting various satellite
perimeters.  Once released from their mother ship the Sprites will
all be transmitting on 437.240 MHz but each with its own unique
digital code.

In addition to KickSat the Space X CRS 3 mission also delivered
several other cubesats including SporeSat, T-SAT, PhoneSat-v2.5
and ALL-STAR/THEIA.  All were deployed into a 325 by 315 kilometer
51.5 degree inclination orbit.   (KickSat, SpaceX)

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RADIOSPORT:  WRTC2014 NAMES NEW ENGLAND COMMUNITIES TO HOST
INTERNATIONAL RADIOSPORT COMPETITION

The 2014 World Radiosport Team Championship organizers have
selected sixteen New England communities as operating sites to
host its 7th quadrennial competition.  Amateur Radio Newslines
Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF, is in the newsroom with the details:

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If you live in the North-East, and are a ham radio operator, get
ready for some visiting stations this summer.  This as the
planners for the 2014 World Radiosport Team Championship
competition slated for July 9th through the 14th announces the
venues from where the 59 teams representing 38 countries will
operate.

Sites for WRTC2014 include private properties, state parks and
other state- and town-owned facilities in fifteen towns in
Massachusetts and one in New Hampshire.  Each was very carefully
selected to establish a level playing field do that no team would
have an RF site or height advantage over any other.

Competing teams were selected from around the world in a series of
55 qualifying events over a 3 year period. During WRTC2014 teams
will compete to contact other amateur radio stations in countries
around the globe using both SSB and Morse code.  The teams will
operate without sleep for the entire 24-hour competition in an
effort to contact as many stations and countries as possible to
take home the top prize.

WRTC2014 is the first competition to be held in the United States
since 1996. Previous WRTC competitions have been held in
Seattle, San Francisco, Slovenia, Finland , Brazil, and most
recently in Russia.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF, in the
newsroom in Los Angeles.

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For more information on this years World Radiosport Team
Championship please visit wrtc2014.org or contact Chairman Doug
Grant via e-mail to k1dg (at) wrtc2014 (dot) org.
(WRTC2014)

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RESCUE RADIO:  GLOBAL AMATEUR GAREC-14 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

The ARRL?s Alabama Section and the Huntsville Hamfest have
announced further details of the Global Amateur Radio Emergency
Communications or GAREC Conference on August 14th and 15th.
According to the planners, GAREC-14 will mainly focus on the
application of advanced technologies available in emergency
communications.

Both the Alabama Section and the Huntsville Hamfest are jointly
hosting this years Global Amateur Radio Emergency Communications
Conference with pre-registration now open.  Complete details can
be found at tinyurl.com/garec-14.  All emergency communication
minded radio amateurs and professionals are invited to attend.
(IARU-R1)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  ARMED FORCES DAY CROSSBAND MILITARY/AMATEUR RADIO
COMMUNICATIONS TEST MAY 10

The United States Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast
Guard are again co-sponsoring this years annual Military to
Amateur Radio Crossband Communications Test.  This in celebration
of the 64th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.

This annual celebration features military to amateur cross band
communications SSB voice and Morse Code tests. These give both
amateur radio operators and shortwave listeners an opportunity to
demonstrate their individual technical skills, and to receive
recognition from the appropriate military radio station for their
proven expertise.

Although the actual Armed Forces Day will be celebrated on
Saturday, May 17th, this years Communications Test will be
conducted on May 10th to prevent conflict with the Dayton
Hamvention which is slated for May 16th to the 18th.  QSL cards
will be provided to those stations making contact with the
military stations.  (Army MARS HQ)

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DX UP FRONT:  TROMELIN ISLAND DXPEDITION ANNOUNCES PILOT STATIONS

In DX up front, word that the FT4TA DXpedition team to Tromelin
Island has announced its pilot stations and posted a link to them
on the operations website.  A pilot station is a ham operator that
works as a volunteer spotter of sorts alerting those wanting to
make contact of whom the DXpedition is looking to make contact
with at any given moment in time.  The list for the FT4TA pilot
stations along with e-mail addresses is at www.tromelin2014.com
and we will have more DX related news for you later on in this
week newscast.   (FT4TA Team)


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DX UP FRONT:  JULY OPERATION FROM THE ISLAND OF JERSEY

A group of hams from the Czech Republic will be active as MJ0ICD
from the Island of Jersey between July 21st and the 27th.
Operations will be on 160 through 10 meters using CW, SSB and the
Digital modes. They are also taking equipment for 6 and 2 meters
along as well.  QSL MJ0ICD via OK1BIL.  (Facebook)

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ENFORCEMENT:  TEXAS HAM AGREES TO RELINQUISH HIS LICENSE IN
CONSENT DECREE

A Texas ham facing a $7000 proposed fine after admitting
interfering with other radio amateurs has entered into a Consent
Decree with the FCC.   One where he will surrender his license and
make a voluntary contribution to the United States Treasury.
Amateur Radio Newslines Ralph Squillace, KK6ITB, reports:

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The story began last January 21st.  Responding to complaints of
intentional interference to other hams operating on 7.195 MHz, an
agent of the Enforcement Bureaus Dallas Office used mobile
direction finding to positively identify the source of the
transmissions to the address of record for James R. Winstead,
KD5OZY, of Coleman, Texas.

As previously reported, the agent monitored the transmissions for
approximately 30 minutes.  Throughout that time he heard the
replay multiple times of short sentences or conversations that had

just been transmitted and someone occasionally speak the word
George.

The agent then identified himself to Mr. Winstead and requested to
inspect the radio station located on the premises.  During the
inspection, Winstead admitted that he intentionally interfered
with amateur communications on 7.195 MHz claiming that he had an
ongoing disagreement with another amateur licensee only identified
as George.  He also showed the agent how he recorded and
retransmitted other amateur licensees? communications.

On February 19th the FCC proposed a $7000 fine which Winstead was
given 30 days to appeal.  Now, in its Order released April 22nd,
the FCC says that it has entered into a Consent Decree between its
Enforcement Bureau and Mr. Winstead.  Under its terms, Winstead
has agreed to send the Commission a letter requesting cancellation
of his Amateur Extra class license.  He has also agreed to make a
$1000 voluntary contribution to the United States Treasury in 12
monthly installments.  As a result, both the FCC and James R.
Winstead agree that the Consent Decree constitutes a final
settlement between them with respect to the Investigation as long
as Winstead abides by its terms.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, Im Ralph, Squillace, KK6ITB,
reporting.

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Consent Decrees have long been used by various government bureaus
including the FCC to settle investigations but are rare in regard
to personal and hobby radio.  The entire text of the Consent
Decree between the FCC and James R. Winstead is on-line at
http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2014/db042
2/DA-14-455A1.txt  (FCC)

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ENFORCEMENT:  FCC LOWERS $15000 PROPOSED FINE TO $250 IN CB LINEAR
CASE

The FCC has drastically reduced a proposed $15,000 monetary
forfeiture issued to an Oklahoma Citizens Radio operator accused
of using a linear amplifier.  The original fine was issued to
Carlton Lewis of Enid back on November 26th 2013.  In his response
to the Commission, Lewis did not deny operating the linear
amplifier but claimed that he had quit operating his CB radio.  He
also requested cancellation of the forfeiture based on his
inability to pay stating that his only source of income is Social
Security benefits and provided the FCC with the required proof.
Now after considering all of the evidence before it the regulatory
agency has decided that complete cancellation of the monetary
forfeiture is not warranted but a reduction of the forfeiture
amount from $15,000 to $250 is appropriate in this case.    (FCC)

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ENFORCEMENT:  RADIO EQUIPMENT SEIZED FROM THREE ILLEGAL RADIO
STATIONS IN GREATER BOSTON

Last week it was New York City.  Now comes word that the FCC has
again teamed up with U.S. Marshalls to confiscate radio gear used
by three unlicensed broadcasters in the Boston, Massachusetts,
area.  Amateur Radio Newsline?s Stephan Kinford, N8WB, has the
details:

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Warrants were recently unsealed in U.S. District Court in
Massachusetts detailing the seizure of radio transmission
equipment used by three unlicensed radio stations around the
Boston area.  Named were 100.1 FM, broadcasting from Everett,
Mattapan, and Brockton, with a studio in Dorchester.  Also named
were 88.7 FM also in Brockton and Touch 106.1 FM, broadcasting
from Boston.

The seizures were conducted by the United States Marshals Service
and the FCC on April 16th and 17th.  In all three cases the
government alleges that the stations were operating without a
license from the Federal Communications Commission.  According to
affidavits filed with the court, the FCC issued multiple warnings
to the illegal operators but the radio stations continued to
broadcast.  The forfeiture actions were brought after complaints
were received, including one from a licensed broadcaster about
interference with its signal.  Separate civil actions were brought
seeking forfeiture of the equipment because it was allegedly used
in violation of federal law.

The overall case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney
Christine Wichers of the United States Attorney Civil Division.
What further punitive actions may be taken against the operators
of these unlicensed broadcast transmitting facilities is at
airtime, unknown.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, Im Stephan Kinford, N8WB,
reporting.

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Since 2011 the U.S. Attorney's Office has filed eight forfeiture
actions against illegal radio stations in the greater Boston area,
effectively taking all of them off the air.  A detailed report
from the U.S. Attorneys Office can be read at
http://www.justice.gov/usao/ma/news/2014/April/PirateRadioPR.html
(U.S Atty. For District of Massachusetts, FCC)

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PUBLIC SERVICE:  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BOSTON BRAIN TUMOR SOCIETY
BIKE RIDE

Still in the North-East, the National Brain Tumor Society is
planning several changes to its 2014 Boston fundraising bike ride
and because of this additional ham radio communications resources
are needed.

The ride takes place on Sunday, May 18th with the first wave of
riders taking to the pavement at 8:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time.
Volunteers will work from 7:00 AM until the early afternoon, with
lunch provided.

If you live in the area or will be visiting and would like to
volunteer your time and radio skills please contact ham radio
organizer Jim Bradley, KB1JKJ by e-mail to bradleyjab (at) gmail
(dot) com or by the snail mail at his address on QRZ.com.  (KG1H)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  HAM RADIO PRAISED ON SSN SARASOTA NEWSCAST

Some truly nice words about Amateur Radio in a recent segment of
Sarasota Florida Suncoast News Network.  In it reporter John
Woodruff talks with Dennis Spiess, W2DEN, about the hobby and its
importance to the community.  Later on in the story Woodruff talks
with Sarasota County Emergency Management Chief Ed McCrane who
says that ham radio provides a valuable network in the event of a
disaster.  But in some ways its newscast anchor Mike Stevens who
has the highest praise for hams.  To find out what he says watch
the 2 minute news story at tinyurl.com/ham-radio-on-SNN  (SNN via
Facebook)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  G3WKL NEW RSGB PRESIDENT

Some names in the news.  First up is John Gould, G3WKL, who has
been elected as the new president of the Radio Society of Great
Britain.  Also Steve Hartley, G0FUW who was chosen for a seat on
the RSGB Board of Directors.  Both were elected at the societys
recent Annual General Meeting held on Saturday, April 12th.
(GB2RS)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  RESULTS OF NCDXF ELECTIONS

Tom Berson, ND2T, has been elected President of the Northern
California DX Foundation at the recent meeting of the
organizations annual meeting held at the International DX
Convention in Visalia, California.  Also elected were Glenn
Johnson, W0GJ as Vice President, Kip Edwards, W6SZN as Secretary
and Don Greenbaum, N1DG to the Treasurers post.  Directors elected
include Steve Merchant, K6AW; John Miller, K6MM; Glenn Rattmann,
K6NA; Ned Stearns, AA7A and Glenn Vinson, W6OTC.

At the same meting the passing of three of the groups past
Directors was deeply acknowledged.  These were the late Bruce
Butler, W6OSP; Lee Shaklee, W6BH and Jack Troster, W6ISQ.  Both
Shaklee and Troster were among the founders of the Northern
California DX Foundation some 42 years ago back in 1972.  Jack
Troster was also a well known ham radio humorist, a Contributing
Editor to QST magazine as well as the author of the QCWA column in

Worldradio Magazine for many years.

For further information about the Northern California DX
Foundation please visit ncdxf.org on the World Wide Web.  (NCDXF,
ARNewsline Archives)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  THE YASME FOUNDATION ELECTS DIRECTORS AND
OFFICERS

Also at the International DX Convention the YASME Foundation met
and elected its officers and Board of Directors.  Elected were
Ward Silver, N0AX as President; Fred Laun, K3ZO, Vice-President;
Rusty Epps, W6OAT, as Treasurer and Kip Edwards, W6SZN, as
Secretary.  All four along with Martti Laine, OH2BH and Bob
Vallio, W6RGG were also named as Directors of the group.

The YASME Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation organized to
conduct scientific and educational projects related to amateur
radio, including DXing and the introduction and promotion of the
hobby in developing countries.  For additional information about
its activitieies take your web browser to yasme.org  (The YASME
Foundation)

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Amateur Radio Newsline with links to the world from our only
official website at www.arnewsline.org and being relayed by the
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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY:  VANCOUVER, B.C. SOON TO GET IT'S 3RD DIGITAL
VOICE MODE

Call this one a possible shootout over the future of VHF and UHF
digital voice communications.  At least in Western Canada as we
hear from Amateur Radio Newsline Heather Embee, KB3TZD:

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Vancouver British Columbia is already well covered with 3 major D-
STAR repeaters, and 3 minor gateways.  There are also two Mototrbo
4FSK repeaters.  Now the city is about to become home to its first
C4FM system as well thanks to Yaesu looking for Beta Testers of
its new System Fusion.

The introduction of this latest digital voice mode is the result
of the Salt Spring Island Amateur Radio Club which operates the
VE7RSI repeater on 147.320 MHz.  While the old FM only repeater
equipment has been generally reliable the club felt that it was
getting a bit old as well as being heavy and difficult to work on.

In late 2013, the club made a decision that it would be a good
idea to eventually replace it with something more up-to-date.
With a list made up, the brand new Yaesu DR-1 was at the top but
it hadn't been released yet.  In late March the club heard a rumor
that Yaesu was still looking for beta testers so the club sent in
an application which was accepted.  Its now waiting the arrival of
the new dual mode repeater.

The club looks at the new Yaesu machine as what it terms as a game
changer. While it is capable of FM, it also handles digital
signals using C4FM FDMA.  The club plans to make both modes
available through the new machine to see how current FM users are
able to interact with those using C4FM digital radios and vice
versa.  Likely also watching very closely will be those not yet
involved in D-STAR, C4FM, 4FSK, and other digital voice modes such
as P25.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I?m Heather Embee, KB3TZD,
reporting.

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While the outcome of a C4FM repeater into an already burgeoning
city with several other digital voice modes already entrenched
will likely not set any world wide precedent, it will give hams
around the globe something to consider when the time comes for
them to make a similar change.  More is at
http://www.ssiarc.ca/VE7RSI.php  (SSIARC)

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY:  SYDNEY AUSTRALIA A P 25 HOTBEAD

Meantime, VHF and UHF digital audio is on the rise down-under, but
in one city its not a ham radio format that taking hold.
According to the VK2WI News, the city of Sydney, Australia now
boasts ten P-25 repeaters on-air, and plans well  underway by Matt
Robert, VK2LK, to link these to other P-25 repeaters around the
world.

VK2WI also reports that a group of active P-25 users have recently
started a Facebook group, and  invite other users of this mode
world-wide to join.   Just search for "Sydney P25 HAM Radio User"
and click on the words Join Group to take part.  (Amateur Radio
New South Wales)

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HAM RADIO NEAR SPACE:  PONGSAT 2 KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN

John Powell, W6JPA, is trying to raise $11,000 on Kickstarter.com
to send 2000 student projects to the edge of space.  According to
news reports, next September 27th Powell hopes to launch 2000
student projects that fit inside ping pong balls called PongSats.

If his campaign is successful, students from all over the world be
invited to send their PongSats to be launched skyward on weather
balloons to an altitude of at least 98,000 feet.  After the
landing and recovery, each of the PongSats would be returned to
its creators along with data from the flight, a DVD with video of
the launch and on board scenes and a certificate confirming the
flight.

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ON THE AIR:  BYLARA CELEBRATES 35TH ANNIVERSARY ON THE AIR

On the air, word that the British Young Ladies Amateur Radio
Association will be celebrating its 35th anniversary on April 29th
with a special event station using the callsign GB35BYL.  The
station will operate from Chapmanslade Village Hall in Wiltshire.
Listen out for it on or near 7.175 MHz beginning at 08.00 GMT. QSL
as directed on the air on the air.  (GB2RS)

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DX

In DX, JA1FMN will be on the air as V63PSK from Weno Island
Micronresia between May 14th and the 17th.   His operation will be
holiday style on 20 through 10 meters using the PSK and JT65A
digital modes.  QSL to JA1FMN either direct, via the bureau or
electronically using eQSL.

DG5AA, DK8YY and DL1AWD will be operational as 3D2RH from the Fiji
Islands now through May 4th.  Activity will be on 80 through 10
meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes.  QSL direct or via the
bureau to DH7WW only.

ON4LO should be active stroke EA6 from Mallorca Island until May
15th.  His operation will be on 40 through 10 meters using SSB.
While there he also plans to activate various lighthouses on the
island.  QSL via his home callsign either direct or via the
bureau.

DL4SDW will be operational stroke HI9 from the Villa Gonzales in
the Dominican Republic until May 15th.  His activity on the HF
bands will be mostly CW using at 100 watts into wire antennas.
QSL via DL4SDW either direct or via the bureau.  The latter is
preferred for this operation

Lastly, F4FJZ, will be active as TK4QL from Corsica between May
and October.  His operation will mostly mobile with operations on
17, 15, 12 and 10 meters using his FT-840 with 100 watts. Listen
for his QSL information during your contact or check QRZ.com.

(Above DX news from OPDX and other DX news sources)

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THAT FINAL ITEM:  THE NEW DAYTON YOUTH BOOTH

And finally this week, if you are planning to attend these years
Dayton Hamvention, you might want to consider bringing along your
sons and daughters of any age.  Thanks to the work of New York
City educator Carole Perry, WB2MGP, this year will mark the
official introduction of the Youth Booth where your offspring can
meet and talk with those youngsters who were presenters at the
Hamvention Youth Forum.  And according to WB2MGP, it all came
about because of a pole climbing robot:

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WB2MGP:  Last year we had we had our last Youth Forum presenters
do a demonstration of an invention of theirs (which was) a pole
climbing robot device.  At the end of the forum we invited people
who wanted to see the robotic device up close to come to the RCA
booth and we commandeered the empty booth next to us so that hams
could keep stopping by to see it up close and speak with the kids
themselves.

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WB2MGP says that the demonstration booth turned out to be so
popular that she approached the planners of Hamvention 2014 to see
if they might be receptive to making it an official part of this

years gathering.  And she was successful:

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WB2MGP:  DARA has been generous enough to give us the booth next
to the RCA booth and we are going to call it the Youth Booth.
There the young people from the Youth Forum are going to be there
to explain their inventions and to demonstrate them.

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The Hamvention Youth Booth will be right next to the booth
sponsored by the Radio Club of America.  WB2MGP hopes to make it
an official part of the Dayton Hamvention from this year on.

(ARNewsline)

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