Paul Stoetzer, N8HM is schedule to speak at our next meeting October 8th. Paul was first licensed at the age of 14 years old and upgraded to extra class in 2000. He has worked over 150 DXCC countries and has experimented using QRP (low power), six meters and amateur satellites. Paul will be speaking about his experiences in ham radio, including how to work the International Space Station digipeater, which is all done from the courtyard and parking lot of his apartment building. Paul has worked 49 states and 29 DXCC countries using the satellite. Fantastic! Don't miss this one! Visit www.amsat.org for more information on amateur radio satellites.