AMSAT-UK 20th Annual Colloquium

29-31 july 2005. Surrey University, Guildford, UK.

Below you'll find an impression of the AMSAT-UK 2005 Colloquium from photo's I took during the 3 days.

The main lecture hall
The main lecture hall

Very good lecture about Cassini Huygens by prof. John Zarnecki
Lecture about Cassini Huygens by prof. John Zarnecki

The mobile demo station GB4FUN
GB4FUN

Danisch students present their new satellite project
Danisch students present their new satellite project

David Bowman G0MRF presents an U/V transponder design
David Bowman G0MRF presents a U/V transponder design

Howard Long G6LVB presents an application of DSP technology in amateur radio satellite transponders
Howard Long G6LVB presents an application of DSP technology in amateur radio satallite transponders

Howard Long G6LVB presents a new version of his LVB tracker hardware
Howard Long G6LVB presents a new version of his LVB tracker hardware

Dutch students present their new satellite project
Dutch students present their new satellite project

Mark Steiner K3MS and Frank H. Bauer KA3HDO present the status and future of ARISS
Mark Steiner K3MS and Frank H. Bauer KA3HDO present the status and future of ARISS (Amateur Radio On The International Space Station)

Sergej Samburov RV3DR, driving force behind the SUITSAT project
Sergej Samburov RV3DR, driving force behind the SUITSAT project

Jim Heck G3WGM of AMSAT-UK
Jim Heck G3WGM of AMSAT-UK

Peter Gülzow DB2OS of AMSAT-DL presents the P3-E and P5-A amateur radio satellite missions
Peter Gülzow DB2OS of AMSAT-DL presents the P3-E and P5-A amateur radio satellite missions