The Foothills Amateur Radio Society (FARS) will be sponsoring the seventh Amateur Radio Technology Day at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. Am-Tech Day offers a monthly location where local amateur radio operators and other technology innovators can practice and demonstrate their communication skills and emergency-preparedness equipment.
GREAT SITE RAIN OR SHINE!
We will have use of SLAC's Panofsky Auditorium, the cafeteria, and the area around the building with:
BRING YOUR OWN GEAR
SLAC is providing the space, but you bring the equipment and food. A BBQ grill, charcoal, and fridge will be available.
For directions and rules
about allowed equipment, please see the reverse side or visit:
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Important Details for Am-Tech Day
Since SLAC is a scientific research site, all equipment set up at the facility must meet the following rules:
We have free use of this great site, but we need to comply with the SLAC, OSHA, and fire marshal safety rules. For those who are curious, we need to comply with NFPA-70E and OSHA 1910 (subpart S) electrical safety regulations.
Am-Tech Day will be located in the SLAC cafeteria, breezeway, Panofsky Auditorium, and the surrounding outside areas.
The FARS Am-Tech Day can be reached easily from Highways 101 and 280. SLAC is located off of Sand Hill Road, less than a mile from Interstate 280.
Once you turn onto Saga Lane, turn left after the guard shack onto Loop Road and follow the signs to the parking lots below Panofsky Auditorium, located around the bend (Parking lot C). Park and walk up the concrete path to the buildings.
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