Ham radio friedrichshafen
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I attended the June, event and would have appreciated knowing the details I present here, so hopefully someone else may benefit from my experiences! Description Friedrichshafen is billed as the largest ham radio event and flea market in Europe. It is held annually in early summer, usually the third weekend in June. Friedrichshafen is a city on the northern shore of Lake Constance, which defines the border of Germany and Switzerland. You do not need reservations to be admitted to the event as a visitor, but it would be a good idea to get them should you intend to be a seller.
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HAM RADIO Friedrichshafen
HAM Radio Friedrichshafen | June ,
The Ham Radio again proved to be a Mecca for amateur radio enthusiasts from around the world and the exhibitors at the Maker Faire Bodensee generated a spark in the eyes of visitors. The exhibitors and associations at the show came from 33 countries and the level of international participation among visitors and media representatives was similarly high. Inspired by exhibitors, a spirit of invention, creative ideas and fantasy was in the air at the Maker Faire Bodensee. From antennas to transmitters to accessories, the international amateur radio exhibition offers everything an ham operator could possibly need. The flea market area again proved to be a real treasure trove as well as place to meet and talk shop. In interviews, many exhibitors reported that the show had been a success for them.
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Friedrichshafen Ham Radio Fair 2015 – ARAT –
Welcome to SDRA! Friday Jan 19, All three SDRA events in the past years were a great success, with continously growing numbers of audience. This is a clear indicator that the SDRA is not only here to stay, but here to grow. The Software Defined Radio Academy has the following goals: Support and drive institutional and personal research around Software Defined Radio Establish a conference where SDR developers can meet Attract Radio Amateurs and show paths into SDR Define a scientific format for talks, presentations and posters Define a publication platform together with the DARC publishing house Demonstrate modern radio technology to the interested public audience The SDRA implements the procedures and the routine of a major scientific conference. Depending on the amount of papers, we will create an independent proceedings document, or as alternative include papers in publications of other major Amateur Radio conferences.
The train takes around 1Hr, and the ferry around 45 minutes, providing you with a great opportunity to take some pictures on Lake Constance. The ferry and train seem to be coordinated, so the ferry leaves shortly after the train arrives and vica versa. Its possible to purchase combined tickets, and the train leaves Zurich airport every 60 minutes. The main event is of course the rally, spread over 3 days and comprising of over 4 main halls. The halls are split into 3 main areas, projects and construction area, flea market and commercial exhibitors.
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