Archive for November, 2013

Scotland 1 December 2013

| November 29, 2013

Stirling and District Amateur Radio Society is open today and next Sunday from 10.30am till late afternoon for construction, training, projects and operating. The weekly club meeting is on Thursday. More information from John McGowan, by email to gm0fsv@gm6nx.com. Cockenzie and Port Seton Amateur Radio Club is having a normal club night on Friday and […]

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England South East 1 December 2013

| November 29, 2013

Worthing and District Amateur Radio Club has its monthly breakfast meeting at the Goring Café today. Wednesday sees the annual Christmas Quiz by G8MSQ. Contact John, G8FMJ,, on 01273 593 232. Southdown Amateur Radio Society is holding its Christmas Social at Chasely on Monday. On Wednesday there are operations at the Hailsham shack, including putting […]

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England South West 1 December 2013

| November 29, 2013

On Monday Exeter Amateur Radio Society has its HF net on 3.675MHz from 7.45pm and on Tuesday there’s a 2m net on 145.575MHz at 7.45pm. Details from Nick, M0NRJ on 01363 775756. On Tuesday Riviera Amateur Radio Club is putting MX0RIV on the air and on Friday there is a 2m net on 145.525MHz at […]

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Wales 1 December 2013

| November 29, 2013

On Monday Dragon Amateur Radio Club is discussing how the club has done in 2013. More information from Stewart Rolfe, GW0ETF, on 07833 620 733. On Monday Llanelli Amateur Radio Society is putting GC0EZQ on the air. Contact Craig, MW0MXT, on 01269 845 773. On Tuesday Wrexham Amateur Radio Society is having its Christmas meal. […]

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3.4GHz Spectrum Release – Nov 2013

| November 28, 2013

2.3 and 3.4 GHz: Consultation on a 3.4 GHz band plan and a call for inputs on other aspects of the award Ofcom Consultation RSGB Joint Response  

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RadCom December 2013, Vol. 89, No. 12

| November 27, 2013
RadCom December 2013, Vol. 89, No. 12

RadCom is the Radio Society of Great Britain Members’ magazine and is sent free every month to Members of the Radio Society of Great Britain. RadCom has the largest amateur radio readership in the UK and is respected throughout the world. To read this edition online, click the cover or follow this link. You will […]

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