Village:HABville

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HABville

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Description UKHAS & Friends
Contact Matt, Phil
Website ukhas.org.uk
Activities High Altitude Ballooning, Amateur Radio, Badge Hacking, etc.
Location
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Relevant interests
Badge, Electronics, Open Source Software, Radio, Raspberry Pi
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Name Arrival Departure Bringing
Adam Greig
Andy Cowan
Ara "Arko" Kourchians Fri Aug 31 0:00 Sun Sep 2 0:00
Ben Oxley 7.5m v3 5/8 Hex dome, Habville sign
Chris Stubbs Thu Aug 30 16:00 Mon Sep 3 12:00 EMF Roamer, enough HAB stuff for one or two launches.
Daniel Saul
David (Badger) Johnson Thu Sep 27 12:00 Sun Sep 2 17:00 Amateur Radio Satellite Ground Station (IC-9100, GS-232, X-Pol ants, Preamps, coax, cables, 80A 12PSU, 16A Extension)

SATNogs G/S for 2 & 70 Pop-Up Signs

David Khudaverdyan Fri Aug 31 0:00 Sun Sep 2 0:00
David Turner Thu Aug 30 16:00 Mon Sep 3 12:00 LEDs, mostly.
Dom Tag Thu Aug 30 0:00 Sun Sep 2 0:00
Ewan Parsons Mon Sep 3 12:00 GPS + LoRa modules, Mk1 PITS board! SDRs, Pi's cables, extensions
Jon Sowman Thu Aug 30 22:00 Mon Sep 3 10:00 Many things
Laurence Stant Mon Aug 27 0:00 Tue Sep 4 0:00 @emfweather weather station, LED lighting for mast, ex-army fluoro kit for Coleman event shelter and gazebos.
Phil Crump Wed Aug 29 12:00 Mon Sep 3 0:00 Gazebo, Network cabling, binbags, Stove & Kettle, Tea, coffee, milk, mini-fridges, UKHASnet Gateway & Sensors & parts, ssdv hab payload (semi-assembled), soldering iron, tools, power supply.
Philip Heron Fri Aug 31 0:00 Sun Sep 2 0:00
Richard Meadows
Theodric Thu Aug 30 17:30 Mon Sep 3 8:00 awkwardness, good Scotch,

brewing gear, software-defined radios, functioning Game Boy backpack, old VGA/composite projector

Wouter Weggelaar - PA3WEG extension cords with Dutch SchuKo and CEE single phase (caravan plugs), camera and Digital Amateur Television (DATV) encoder, portable satellite station. Random radio bits and bobs
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Anyone is welcome to join us, please add yourself to the village list above so we know roughly how many people to leave space for!

Location

Co-siting with Village:AMSAT on the East Edge of the site in Camping F, near DK F2 (Site Map with marker).

Activities

  • AMSAT - Amateur Satellite Demonstration Station

Arrivals

Monday: Laurence

Wednesday: Phil Crump, Matt Brejza.

Thursday PM: John Cariss (with Trailer Mast), Dave Johnson, Jules, Ben Oxley, Tom Dalby.

Village Furniture

Gazebos: Phil (small), Laurence 1x Coleman Event Shelter, Adam x2. AMSAT x2.

Tables: Adam x2, Hire (Phil) x1, Andy x1, AMSAT x4.

Chairs: Hire (Phil) x12. AMSAT x8.

Power: Laurence is bringing plenty of 16A length & 16A->4x13A. Bring your own 13A extensions if you want power to your tent.

Network: Phil is bringing a box of long & short lengths of shielded cat5e and a couple of small switches with a few PoE ports.

Fridges: Phil can bring 1x tiny mini-fridge and 1x large pink mini-fridge.