Participation in the international aspects of amateur radio, and management of the Society’s relationship with the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU)
What we do
- Deal with international matters, especially those arising from the Society’s membership of the IARU
- Advise the Board on matters connected with conferences and other meetings outside the UK
- Organise the preparation and checking of conference papers by Society and other UK amateur radio organisations such as AMSAT-UK, the British Amateur Radio Teledata Group and the British Amateur Television Club, making appropriate recommendations to the Board
- Recommend to the Board the names of the delegates to attend IARU conferences, Spectrum Managers’ meetings and IARU working groups—delegates may include Spectrum Managers or their nominated representatives, members of the IARU Committee and other experts recommended by relevant Society committees
The work of the Committee will normally be carried out by email unless circumstances deem otherwise.
The committee shall consist of the Spectrum Managers or their nominated representatives and not more than four other full members.
A Board member will be a liaison member if the committee does not include one as a full member.
Members of the working group though agreement to serve accept and follow the RSGB’s Code of Conduct and Ethos.