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E. Bruton, KEYNOTE ADDRESS: The History of Radio, HamSCI Workshop 2021. HamSCI, Scranton, PA (Virtual), 2021.
W. Brown, Balloon Pico Races, in Dayton Hamvention, Xenia, OH, 2019.
J. K. Breakall, The New Arecibo Ionospheric Modification HF Facility Dual Array Cassegrain Antenna – History and Design, in HamSCI Workshop 2019, 2019.
J. Breakall, Nikola Tesla – The Pioneer who Paved the Road to the World and Ham Radio as We Know It (Invited Tutorial), in HamSCI Workshop 2020, Scranton, PA, 2020.
J. K. Breakall, History of Antenna Technology at the Arecibo Observatory, Arecibo Puerto Rico, HamSCI Workshop 2021. HamSCI, Scranton, PA (Virtual), 2021.
J. Brault, Rascoll, B., and Springer, P., Youth Contesting Program in North America and Europe, in Dayton Hamvention, Xenia, OH, 2019.
L. Brandt and MacDonald, E., Into the Ionosphere: Real-Time Aurora Mapping Through Citizen Science (ePoster), in HamSCI Workshop 2020, Scranton, PA, 2020.
L. Brandt, MacDonald, E., and Atkisson, C., QRV: Newbie YL Perspectives on Becoming a Ham Citizen Scientist, HamSCI Workshop 2021. HamSCI, Scranton, PA (Virtual), 2021.
F. Bonte and Bonte, S., Hams: The First Makers, in HamSCI Workshop 2019, Cleveland, OH, 2019.
R. Benedict and Waugh, D. A., Construction and operation of a HamSCI Grape version 1 Personal Space Weather Station: A citizen scientist’s perspective, ARRL-TAPR Digital Communications Conference. ARRL-TAPR, Virtual, 2021.
F. H. Bauer and Berger, R., Using the ARISS radio systems on ISS for HamSCI, HamSCI Workshop 2022. HamSCI, Huntsville, AL, 2022.
M. Bateman, Lightning Research at NASA's Marshall Spaceflight Center, HamSCI Workshop 2022. HamSCI, Huntsville, AL, 2022.
M. Bateman, Lightning Protection for the Radio Amateur, HamSCI Workshop 2022. HamSCI, Huntsville, AL, 2022.
J. Bacon, Evaluation of Links Between Terrestrial Weather and Sporadic-E (Invited Tutorial), HamSCI Workshop 2022. HamSCI, Huntsville, AL, 2022.