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Guidance for Presenters

49th Annual CSVHFS Conference
Guidance for Presenters

As a Member of the VHF/UHF/Microwave and Weak Signal Community, we need YOU to share your riveting and fast-paced presentation with us. Suggested topics span the entire breadth of our weak signal VHF/UHF/Microwave work to include propagation, operating events, construction, new technologies, and more. Please give serious consideration of making a presentation at our 2015 conference.

Schedule:
Presentations must be submitted to the Technical Conference Chairman by Monday, June 26th, 2015. Your presentation will be preloaded and tested to ensure it works with our presentation audio & visual systems. You do not need to bring your own laptop.

Format:
Microsoft Power Point is the preferred format for presentations. If you have an alternate format, please advise. We will do what we can to accomodate you. For presentations that consist of only pictures, a Power Point file containing the photos in proper order is suggested. All presentations will be assembled onto a single laptop and tested to assure that they work prior to the start of the conference. Please advise media, ie., CD, USB stick/thumb drive or internet download. Please insure that your presentation is clear and easy to read remembering that the conference typically draws upwards of 150 attendees of varied background. Amateur Radio Video News may be making a video compilation of the presentations to make available unless you specifically notify us that this is not acceptable to you. For any questions, contact the Technical Conference Chairman.

Submission:
Please forward your presentation material via email, CD, or other form (as arranged with the technical chairman) by the afore-mentioned deadline. Please remember to spell-check and proof read your submissions.

Contact:
John Maxwell w0vg@arrl.net

USPS Mail:

John Maxwell, W0VG
12244 Applewood Knolls Drive
Lakewood, CO 80215

Submissions:

  • Electronic formats
  • Via email
  • Upload to a web site for subsequent downloading
  • Dropbox, Google Drive, Etc.
  • On media (CD, USB stick/thumb drive)