The next MIT radio technology presentation at 2230Z today will be

"Ionosphere, Shortwave Radio, and Propagation" by Phil Erickson W1PJE at:

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Radio Society (W1MX) and the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) are hosting a series of public lectures on the technology applications and history of radio. Speakers will hail from throughout the MIT community and industry to discuss topics ranging from the design of modern wireless communications systems and 5G, to software defined radio and satellite communications, to shortwave radio propagation, space weather, Radio Astronomy and more.

The remaining presentations in the MIT radio technology lecture series are: Add to Calendar Jan 15 Tue 05:30PM-07:00PM

Experimental Radio Astronomy

Add to Calendar Jan 16 Wed 05:30PM-07:00PM

U nveiling the Low Frequency Universe through Space Based Radio Astronomy

Add to Calendar Jan 17 Thu 05:30PM-07:00PM

Principles of Radar
Dr. Frank D. Lind is a Research Engineer at MIT Haystack Observatory where he works to develop and use radio science instrumentation. At the Observatory he leads many technical efforts involving software radio instrumentation cutting across Geospace, Astronomy, and Space science.

Add to Calendar Jan 21 Mon 05:30PM-07:00PM

Space Weather
Dr. Anthea J. Coster is an Assistant Director and principal research scientist at the MIT Haystack Observatory. Her research interests include space weather, ionospheric and atmospheric coupling, and GPS positioning and measurement accuracy. She received her Ph.D. in Space Physics and Astronomy from Rice University in 1983, under the guidance of William E. Gordon, the founder of the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.