February 2022 Newsletter

Smart Grid talk by Ilya Y. Grinberg, Ph.D.

IEEE Rochester Section Newsletter for February 2022

Image to the left: Smart Grid talk by Ilya Y. Grinberg, Ph.D.https://r1.ieee.org/rochester/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2022/01/Ram-Dhurjaty-011.jpg

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Newsletter submitted by: Mark Schrader on 01/20/2022.

 

 

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Revised January 2022 Newsletter

AWA Museum Radios

The AWA Museum Tour Results, the April Digital Camera Milestone Dedication, and the PES/IAS February Talk are among the highlights.

Image to the left: AWA Museum Radios

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Newsletter submitted by: Mark Schrader on 12/14/2021.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 2022 Newsletter

AWA Museum Tour Photo

Report on AWA Museum Tour, PES/IAS presentation in February, TRFSEF news

 

Image to the left: AWA Museum Tour Photo

Here is the newsletter!

Newsletter submitted by: Mark Schrader on 12/13/2021.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radio People and Radio Devices Event

On December 4th, Life Members held an event, Radio People and Radio Devices – The 200 Year Path of Human Endeavor and Radio Technology, at the Antique Wireless Association Museum in Bloomfield, NY. Attendees had the option of going on a guided tour or exploring the museum’s collection. The collection spanned telegraphy, early spark gap technology, vacuum tubes, early radios for AM and shortwave reception, military radios, ham radio equipment, and transmitters from all of those same eras. There was also video equipment from early and later TV stations. The museum had subject matter experts on hand; they made the tour a very valuable experience for the 12 attendees.

Does some page look funny?

Occasionally there is a web page that looks funny. For instance, the calendar page recently formatted the event titles in more vertical space than was allocated for each week. Chris and I appreciate reports of web site misbehavior. But one thing to try is to clear your browser’s cache and then reload the page. This corrected the bad formatting on the calendar page. If you find something that does not correct itself after you clear the cache, be sure to let Chris or me know.

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