Archive for April, 2014
Charlie Morrison GI4FUE has recently stood down from the post of chairman of the Emergency Communications Committee. The Board would like to record its thanks to Charlie for all his past works in promoting emergency communications on behalf of the Society. The Emergency Communications Committee is tasked with raising the profile of RSGB Raynet, fostering […]
The RSGB website now has a new webpage designed to provide a comprehensive list of useful training resources for both trainers and students http://rsgb.org/main/clubs-training/training-resources/ Anyone wishing to add further links or material should contact Steve Hartley G0FUW – firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2014/15 premium for Repeater insurance is £13 per Repeater. If you have registered interest already then you do not need to do anything else. You will be contacted for payment and a copy of the certificate will be forwarded to you. If you have not registered your interest—by e-mailing email@example.com—a cover note is in […]
The Kickstarter-funded KickSat satellite is safely in orbit after its deployment on 17 April. Operating at an altitude of around 335km, an internal timer is currently counting down to release the dozens of Sprite micro-satellites that form its payload. This is due to occur around 2000 GMT on Sunday 4 May. KickSat transmits 1W of […]
The popular new video streaming show TX-Factor is to begin podcasting GB2RS News on a weekly basis, starting with this edition. TX News is a new service that allows users to stream the news file or have it emailed automatically every week. Full information can be found at www.txfactor.co.uk.