AMSAT-UK represents the amateur satellite community in the UK whose members not only operate amateur satellites but also help to design, build and fund them. At EMF-2022 we will be demonstrating various aspects of the hobby including low earth orbiting and geostationary satellite communications and possibly deep space reception.
BATC The British Amateur Television Club (BATC) actively promotes the hobby of Amateur Television and covers all aspects of Television from making and editing programmes to transmitting television on the amateur radio bands. During EMF Camp, presentations will be given on the subjects, in addition to making video contacts via the QO-100 geostationary satellite.
GB4EMF We will be using this Amateur Radio Special Event callsign during EMF for all contacts.
If you want your name added to the list but don't want to edit the wiki, give Dave a shout.
|Phil Crump +1||M0DNY||Thursday||Monday|
|Phil Ashby +1||M6/2E0IPX||Thursday||Sunday||Box of CAT5E, plugs and crimper. Fridge! Gazebo, gas stove, kettle, milk & tea bags..|
|Jason Flynn + 2||G7OCD||Thursday||Sunday||2.4m dish, mount & feed.|
|Jules Smith||G0NZO||Thursday||Monday||Mains cabling, spare 13cm tvtr/drive radio, gas stove, kettle, water carrier, coolbox|
|Iain Young||G7III||Thursday (TBC)||Monday (TBC)||Possible Ultra Portable HF WSPR Beacon (Yes, I know, not core AMSAT!)|
|Dave Akerman||M0RPI||Thursday||Sunday||Mains cable, camping stove, pans, kettle, fridge|
|Prospectively 2 others|
TBD: as we sort out a plan around the main EMF schedule! Should include some talks on what AMSAT do and how, live TV transmissions via QO-100 geostationary satellite...
QO-100 satellite dish bearing
Satellite Uplink (70cm)
Satellite Uplink (2m)