On Saturday April 29th, the well-attended technical talks featured an enthralling recount of the Irish-based EIDX groups’ DXpeditions. Of particular interest was their recent adventures in Antigua operating as V26EI. Enda EI2II described the fun and challenges involved in establishing their operations base for the trip which was far from the picture postcard view typically associated with Antigua. IRTS Youth Officer, Niall EI6HIB then talked about the wide range of activities to help promote and encourage youth involvement in the hobby. Rafal EI6LA then shone the light on RTTY; the second oldest digital mode. In a lively presentation, he covered the many uses of RTTY on our bands including QSOs, news, weather, and other purposes. He described how to get started (or re-started) easily. In our final talk of the session, Jeffery EI7IRB spoke about TinyGS; a LoRa based satellite ground station. Jeffrey showcased the merits of this project as a gateway into amateur radio and a perfect mix of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics combining radio, Internet of Things, and space.