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Users of the 5 MHz frequencies will know that this portion of spectrum is allocated (by NoV only) for amateur use on a secondary basis, available on the basis of non-interference to other services inside the UK. Ofcom have indicated that, during the coming days, there may be temporary increased usage of the band by the […]
Ofcom have today published a consultation paper that makes proposals for the release of VHF Spectrum. http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/consultations/vhf-143-169mhz/?utm_source=updates&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=vhf-143-169mhz Details of how the Society will formulate its response will follow later in the week.
The Centenary Award and Centenary Challenge were created to stimulate operating throughout the Centenary year and introduce amateurs to some of the RSGB operating awards. Particular congratulations go to the winners of the special Commemorative Plaques that will awarded, at the AGM, to those who achieved the highest overall scores in the Centenary Award submitted […]
The Society has been notified that Tim Hughes G3GVV passed away peacefully on 13th December at the age of 95. Tim served on the RSGB Council in the late 1960s. He was RSGB President in 1972 and worked tirelessly in international affairs for the RSGB, attending a number of IARU and ITU conferences. He became Secretary […]
The BBC website today carries a report and video of Chorley and District Amateur Radio Society’s Castles and Stately Homes On The Air (CASHOTA)” event at Astley Hall, a Grade I listed house in Lancashire. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24917880
FOC, the First Class CW Operators Club, has announced that it has awarded its prestigious Al Slater, G3FXB, Memorial Award to Bob Whelan, G3PJT, the President of the RSGB. The award is presented annually to an individual, group or society that has made an outstanding contribution to amateur radio. In particular the recipient will have shown […]