LAMAKAAN ANNUAL RADIO CONVENTION'3
21 - 22 DECEMBER, 2019, HYDERABAD
Lamakaan Amateur Radio Club(LARC) was started by a Group of Hams as a non-profit organisation based at Hyderabad, India. LARC consists of radio amateurs and Short Wave Listeners whose vision is to create an interest in Amateur Radio communication and experimentation and to promote the advancement of radio art.
Pl Note: Being a LARC member entitles you to avail discount at LARC-3 registration and any other discounts that may be offered and which will not be available to others. So go ahead and become a member first and get you LARC Membership ID number before proceeding.
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LAMAKAAN ANNUAL RADIO CONVENTION 2019
Where Hams meet
Lamakaan Annual Radio Convention was born out of an intense desire by a handful of fun loving yet serious home brewers to come together and showcase their latest experiments with newer radio techniques, exchange information and keep abreast with developing wireless technological breakthroughs taking place around the globe and in general learn more about their trade from other fellow hams.
Set in the erstwhile land of the Nizams, the Lamakaan Annual Radio Convention organised by Hyderabad’s Lamakaan Amateur Radio Club(LARC) in association with the Prestigious Muffakam Jah College of Engineering and Technology(MJCET), is hosted on MJCET’s sprawling campus every year.
LARC’s association with MJCET started with LARC hosting Hamfest India in 2014(HFI-14) along with MJCET, which saw a record number of delegate turnout.
From 2015 till 2017, LARC held its yearly eyeball meet at ‘Lamakaan’-the cultural hub of Hyderabad. It was during the end of 2017 that LARC decided to launch out and throw open its door to all like minded and serious homebrewers in the ham community both pan India and abroad. And for that LARC once again teamed up with MJCET and launched the Lamakaan Annual Radio Convention in 2018.
Now into its 3rd edition, Lamakaan Annual Radio Convention is literally turning out to be the Mecca for amateur radio enthusiasts.
OM Vijay - Jangaon
OM Prasanna - Pune
OM Sarabjeet -Yamuna Nagar
OM Ramesh - Vijayawada
OM Kavi - Chennai
OM Sinosh - Kolkatta
OM Sanjeev - Visakhapatnam
OM Naidu - Vikarabad
OM Bhatnagar- Bhavnagar
OM Amar - Hyderabad
OM Ragav - Chennai
OM Paddy - Hyderabad
We are working on it...
This time around LARC is having an Ubitx mela for its members wherein we are offering a big discount off the online listed price. Fully assembled, tested and ready to use UBitx-V3 is now available at 4K that also includes cabinet, speaker and mike. This offer is only valid to LARC members whose membership is active and who register and attend the workshop. This will not be given for absentees. So, hurry up and book your kit by paying a non-refundable token advance and pay the balance in cash at the venue.
LARC is also working to prototype a 3-band spider beam that is affordable for every radio amateur. This spider beam works for 20/15/10 and includes all necessary wires, poles, guy wires, fasteners and connector. This easy to carry kit when folded and packed is just 1-1.5mtr but when fully deployed extends to more than 6mtrs across and can be erected in less than 30mins. This kit will be made available for all radio amateurs and needs to be booked in advance.
Antuino is yet another collector’s item coming from the LARC’s table. After receiving many requests from Hams across the world, it was decided to make this available with its many updated features. This kit is much more advanced than what was offered during LARC-2. Kit includes a graphic display in its own case that can work HF to UHF range. Kit is available at reasonably priced for its functions. You need to pre-book this as well.
QSP is the journal of Lamakaan Amateur Radio Club. The QSP being a technical journal is full of construction articles, amateur radio projects and other articles. It publishes only original articles, interviews, news and reviews.
Would you like to write for the QSP? Read our submission guidelines.
The journal is distributed among the members of the club. The membership fee of the club includes free copies of the magazine.
Here are some sample articles from the first issue of the magazine:
Editorial – Thomas George, VU3UGT
President’s Message – Rajan, VU2KNN
Build the Norcal40 CW Transceiver – Rahul, VU3WJM
Interview: VU2AU Sudhakar Paranjpe – by VU2PSQ, Prashant
Restoring the Drake TR-4C – Rajan, VU2KNN
We have checked out to the best of our ability and found some reasonable and clean places to stay.
You can book the bed as per your budget. 100% Payment should be made in advance during reservation and no cancellation is allowed.
Here are some of the options that we recommend:
AC Luxury Hotel Double room with triple sharing
Twin double Bed
Rs 2200 per head for 2 days
Economy Single Addon-Bed
Rs 1600 per head for 2 days
AC Deluxe Hotel Double room with triple sharing
Twin double bed
Rs 1500 per head for 2 days
Economy Single Addon-Bed
Rs 1000 per head for 2 days
Economy Dormitory Single Bed
Rs 400* per head for 2 days
* Subject to availability and on a first come first served basis
Room : Check-in on 20th Dec 7PM Check-out on 22nd Dec 7PM
Since all the rooms mentioned are blocked under LARC name, they cannot be booked separately at the same hotel.
Room allocation will be filled sequentially for the rooms blocked by LARC.
Accommodation: Triple sharing includes twin sharing on double bed and single occupancy on extra bed.
Pick & drop facility available subject to number of bookings and availability and will be updated in due course.
Neither the Club members of LARC nor the organizers of the convention will encourage or promote liquor consumption at the venue and place of accommodation. If anyone indulges in it will be doing so at his/her own risk and LARC will in no way accept any responsibility nor accept any claims/damages arising out of it.
Below are the registered delegates. Updates after every 24hrs
Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology is located at Rd Number 3, Venkateshwara Hills, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034 is the heart of Hyderabad.
VU2LHR Repeater works on 145.600Mhz (Std -Ve Shift) and is accessible from most part of the city.
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