Joe Taylor e Al Katz ad Assisi

Il 22 agosto 2016, al termine della XVII edizione dell'INTERNATIONAL EME CONFERENCE a Venezia, il Premio Nobel Joe Taylor K1JT e Al Katz K2UYH hanno visitato Assisi, ospiti di Mario Natali I0NAA. Questi tre 'guru' dell'EME hanno partecipato in maniera attiva alla Conferenza come relatori e ad Assisi hanno potuto verificare la bontà dell'autocostruzione di Mario 'The Stealth Dish'. 

K1JT Joe Taylor (Dr. Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr.) Premio Nobel per la fisica per la scoperta di variazioni orbitali del sistema binario di pulsars PSR B1913+16, prima evidenza di emissione di energia sotto la forma di onde gravitazionali come ipotizzato da Albert Einstein nella sua teoria della relativita’ generale. Joe e’ l’ideatore di nuovi protocolli per le trasmissioni digitali a bassa potenza che sono stati incorporati nel suo famoso programma WSJT. Joe ha pubblicato numerosissimi articoli sul moonbouncing, sulle comunicazioni con segnali deboli e sui protocolli di trasmissione. 

K2UYH Al Katz (Dr. Allen Katz) e’ professore in Elettronica e telecomunicazioni al Department of Engineering (The College of New Jersey ) ed e’ Presidente e fondatore della Linearizer Technology, Inc. specializzata nella soluzione dei problemi delle telecomunicazioni relativi alla non linearita’. Al e’ molto attivo nella attivita’ di moonbouncing; ha pubblicato numerosi articoli ed e’ l’editore della newsletter mensile “432 and Above EME Newsletters”

Ad accogliere Joe e Al ad Assisi, insieme a Mario I0NAA, c'erano anche Leonardo I0KBL, Il Presidente della Sezione ARI di Perugia, Vincenzo I0KWX e Gianni IK0AZG.

Da sx a dx: Mario I0NAA, Leonardo I0KBL, Al K2UYH, Vincenzo I0KWX, Joe K1JT, Gianni IK0AZG 

 

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