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Ham Radio at graVITas 2014 – An International Knowledge Carnival

Sandeep Baruah VU2MUE gave a presentation on amateur radio to VIT University students as part the technical festival graVITas 2014

He writes:

I would like to express my gratitude to the students of Electronics & Communication Department of Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) University, Vellore on the occasion of their Technical Festival graVITas 2014 for all the affection bestowed upon me and inviting me as a guest speaker to share my radio experiences.

It was a great pleasure to demonstrate ham radio digital communication technologies to the students. APRS -A US Naval Academy ham radio technology was demonstrated to the students using a KENWOOD TH-D7A, TM-D700 Data Radio and my YAESU VX-8DR [Thanks to Kenwood and Yaesu also!].

It was demonstrated how a map on a laptop can be changed by pressing a radio button remotely which cannot be done by a smartphone.

Morse Code technology was also demonstrated as an alternative to digital modes of communication.

Thanks to Khushbu Agrawal, VU3KCE Pranjal Jain, VU3DJV and the entire team for the wonderful hospitality. I am feeling blessed.

Makers Fete – VIT

http://www.makersfete.com/uncommonindian.html

graVITas 2014

http://www.vitgravitas.com/

 

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Nice note from Sandeep Baruah (VU2MUE), who gave an amateur radio presentation to VIT University as part of the technical festival “graVITas 2014.”  Indian amateur radio operators are doing a lot for their country, providing emergency communications for natural disasters and expertise for the latest Indian Mars orbiter, which attained a successful Martian orbit earlier this week.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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