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Presentations that I have either given, filmed (well, video), produced or edited.

Included is a resource page for each for you to further explore the topic(s) presented.
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Ed Hare W1RFI
ARRL Lab Manager


Ed Hare W1RFI gives a "short" talk to the assembled crew at Lentini Communications on February 19, 2011.
The gathering was part of Lentini's monthly Swap Meet held every 3rd Saturday of the month.

Thanks go out to Alex N1EBU and Bill N1JBS of Lentini Communications (
www.lentinicomm.com ) and Al Cohen W1FXQ who seems to get everyone to be a guest speaker at one time or another!

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Jean Shepard - K2ORS (SK)

(Originally presented at QCWA Chapter 149 Meeting, 18 February, 2012)

Al, W1FXQ and Mark K1PU presented the main topic for the luncheon.... A radio broadcast from Jean Shepard K2ORS about code operators during WW2.

Edited from a longer broadcast originally aired by
NPR's Hearing Voices Program on August 12, 2009 .

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Are You a Maker?

(Originally presented at QCWA Chapter 149 Meeting, 11 August, 2012)

Al, W1FXQ has convinced Mark K1PU to do another presentation to the group.

Topic this time around is 'Are You a Maker'?

Mark explores the the 'Maker Movement' in relation to Amateur Radios long history as the 'original' Makers.


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Solar Power at K1PU - The First Year
(Originally presented the Meriden Amateur Radio Club, 22 October, 2015)

Late September 2014, Mark K1PU, “Commissioned” his solar power (PV) system.

Mark goes over Solar Technology and the financial aspects of having PV power on the house.

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One of the projects presented in the video, Streaming Radio Player

Click here to find out more and get the code


An Introduction to the Raspberry Pi

Originally presented the Meriden Amateur Radio Club, 22 September 2016

Getting started with using, programming and real world projects with the Raspberry Pi Linux Computer

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