At the Hamvention amateur radio convention’s Youth Tech area, sponsored by Dayton Amateur Radio Association (DARA), an attraction was providing a space for young people aged between 9-18 to build their own technology kits.
Ullery, from Dayton, pointed out a boy working on a wireless Tesla speaker.
“Essentially when he’s done with it, he can plug it into any audio source such as his phone,” he said.
“It’s a perishable skill that kids are losing today because they don’t grow up doing this,” Ullery continued. “This is a way to re-instill those skills, because they’re still very useful skills.”