RMHAM University 2018-2019

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RMHAM has announced it’s curriculum for 2018-2019 and the schedule is now available.

Our classes are generally scheduled from 8AM to 12PM at
Cherry Creek School District Educational Services Center
4700 S. Yosemite St.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

We usually get breakfast before the event and will adjourn our meeting and will generally head out to lunch at a local restaurant afterwards, you’re welcome to come along!

Class Date Day Title Teacher(s) Syllabus
11/17/2018 Sat Ad Hoc IP Networks John W0VG – Chris AE5IT – Willem AC0KQ Providing IP in challenging terrain is one of the abilities served agencies value most because IP enables so many other services such as data, audio and video. This talk explores planning, configuring and deployment of such a network using point-to-point microwave links, commercial satellite and cell links, mesh networking, UHF data radios and similar technologies in mountainous terrain and remote locations.  This explores hybrid networks and their benefits to amateur radio.
12/15/2018 Sat Test and Measurement Bob Witte K0NR This class covers the use of basic test equipment for amateur radio applications, starting with digital multimeters, SWR meters and antenna analyzers. We'll also take a look at how more advanced gear can be applied (oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, service monitors).
1/26/2019 Sat Repeater 102 Doug K2AD This class updates the Repeaters 101 class and covers topics such as how to determine of your DMR repeater is operating properly.  Interfacing of repeaters with linking devices such as an RTCM or MMDVM.  How to determine if your repeater is de-sensing and similar topics.
3/16/2019 Sat Designing, Building and Deploying your PodCom David K0PWO This class covers designing building and using a portable PodCom. Portable On Demand Communications or portable station.
4/20/2019 Sat Linking Repeaters Jeff K0JSC & Willem AC0KQ Linking repeaters together dramatically expands communications capabilities. This talk covers linking analog repeaters using VOIP technology such as AllStarLink, digital repeaters such as DMR and P25 using native protocols and mixed technologies like MMDVM, as well as bridging between different technologies.