SDRA, Programme complete

Dear List,

please note that the programme of the SDRA-2015 is now complete.

http://www.sdra-2015.de/pages/programme.html

We have also finalized the timetable now.

I’ll be happy to welcome many of you at Friedrichshafen! The SDRA will
take place on June 27.

vy73
markus
dl8rds

Thank you very much, Markus, for your update on SDRA programme. I look
forward to coming!

Hopefully you would know how to get to Friedrichshafen. Would it be
better
to fly to Liechtenstein or Switzerland (Zurich) if there is reliable
transport or still to Munich (though it looks 3x further away than
German
border).

Maybe you could suggest any major airport hub with transport up to
there?

Thank you very much.

BR,

Iluta

Hi Iluta,

over German Railroad (Deutsche Bahn)'s website www.bahn.de you can plan
and book train tickets from both M?nchen and Z?rich Flughafen
(==airport); just checked, takes about two hours and 30 ? to get from
Zurich airport to Friedrichshafen Stadt. If you get a connection
including a transport called “Schiff”, you’ll be taking a ferry over the
Lake Constance (Bodensee). Depending on the weather, that might be a
nice trip :slight_smile:
Munich airport (M?nchen Flughafen) – Friedrichshafen Stadt takes a
little less than four hours, I’d estimate.
There’s Stuttgart Flughafen (3 hours by train), and possibly Basel
EuroAirport (about 4 hours by train).
In fact, Friedrichshafen does have an international airport (to my own
surprise) that at least Lufthansa services.
The biggest German airport is Frankfurt Flughafen (FRA), and if you take
a fast train, you’ll reach Friedrichshafen in but 3:30h – so if in
doubt, Frankfurt is your choice. You might want to stay away from
Frankfurt/Hahn (HHN), that’s the discount airport somewhere in the
middle of nowhere, and not really close to Frankfurt.

Liechtenstein (the whole country) is about 2 times as big as
Friedrichshafen; they didn’t try to squeeze an airport into that :smiley:

by the way, google.com/flights lets you choose FDH as target airport,
and add nearby airports so you can quickly chose cheap/comfortable
flights.

Best regards,
Marcus

Dear Marcus, Thanks a lot! Switzerland and Zurich airport with a travel
over the lake sound excellent!

Good reminder to stay away from Frankfurt. Actually I’ve been to all
Frankfurt airports (FRA, ZFR, HHN), and depending on purpose of travel
all
of these airports are very good!

google.com/flights is an interesting find, I didn’t know about such.

Wiil be at SDR Academy on June 27.

My best regards,

Iluta

On Fri, May 29, 2015 at 5:45 PM, Marcus Müller
[email protected]

Dear Marcus,

Regarding the excellent SDR Academy programme and other programmes
there,
especially the ones concerning space satellite and deep space signal
reception - would you suggest that my pc with the sdr’s as well should
be
brought in for practice, or it will be organized as lecture type event?
Please advise.

With my best regards,

Iluta

PS. To whom it may concern: 95% of hotels are sold out in the town
already.

On Friday, May 29, 2015, Iluta V [email protected] wrote:

Dear Marcus, Thanks a lot! Switzerland and Zurich airport with a travel
over the lake sound excellent!

Good reminder to stay away from Frankfurt. Actually I’ve been to all
Frankfurt airports (FRA, ZFR, HHN), and depending on purpose of travel
all
of these airports are very good!

On Fri, May 29, 2015 at 5:45 PM, Marcus Müller [email protected]
wrote:

Hi Iluta,

over German Railroad (Deutsche Bahn)'s website www.bahn.de you can plan
and book train tickets from both München and Zürich Flughafen
(==airport);
just checked, takes about two hours and 30 € to get from Zurich airport
to
Friedrichshafen Stadt. If you get a connection including a transport
called
“Schiff”, you’ll be taking a ferry over the Lake Constance (Bodensee).
Depending on the weather, that might be a nice trip :slight_smile:

Munich airport (München Flughafen) – Friedrichshafen Stadt takes a
little less than four hours, I’d estimate.

There’s Stuttgart Flughafen (3 hours by train), and possibly Basel
EuroAirport (about 4 hours by train).

In fact, Friedrichshafen does have an international airport (to my own
surprise) that at least Lufthansa services.

The biggest German airport is Frankfurt Flughafen (FRA), and if you take
a fast train, you’ll reach Friedrichshafen in but 3:30h – so if in
doubt,
Frankfurt is your choice. You might want to stay away from
Frankfurt/Hahn
(HHN), that’s the discount airport somewhere in the middle of nowhere,
and
not really close to Frankfurt.

Liechtenstein (the whole country) is about 2 times as big as
Friedrichshafen; they didn’t try to squeeze an airport into that :smiley:

by the way, google.com/flights lets you choose FDH as target airport,
and add nearby airports so you can quickly chose cheap/comfortable
flights.

Best regards,
Marcus

On 05/29/2015 03:53 PM, Iluta V wrote:

Thank you very much, Markus, for your update on SDRA programme. I look
forward to coming!

Hopefully you would know how to get to Friedrichshafen. Would it be
better to fly to Liechtenstein or Switzerland (Zurich) if there is
reliable
transport or still to Munich (though it looks 3x further away than
German
border).

2015-05-30 23:09 GMT+02:00 Iluta V [email protected]:

PS. To whom it may concern: 95% of hotels are sold out in the town
already.

Btw if you can get any transportation, there’s quite a few cheaper and
nice
places in a 20km radius, most of which don’t appear on the usual hotel
booking websites.

The HamRadio event is a pretty major one and many of us tend to book in
January or so to make sure we get the hotels we like.

Best regards

Stefano

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