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News for Northern Ireland – 21 August 2016

| August 19, 2016

No news items have been received for Northern Ireland this week.

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News for Scotland – 21 August 2016

| August 19, 2016

On Tuesday Livingston and District Amateur Radio Society is having a training and operating evening. Details from Cathie, 2M0DIB, on 01506 433 846. On Wednesday Glenrothes & DRC is watching the WI Station DVD. Contact Tam, MM0TGB, on 0775 3526 498. On Wednesday Lothians Radio Society has its summer pub night. Contact Mike Burgess, MM0MLB, […]

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News for England South East – 21 August 2016

| August 19, 2016

We start with clubs that have more than one event this week. Cambridge & District Amateur Radio Club has nets today and next Sunday from 8.30am on 144.180MHz USB, 10.30am on 7.0875MHz or 3.620MHz LSB, and from 11.30am on 145.550MHz FM. Wednesday sees a club net on 145.550MHz from 8pm. On Friday there’s a talk […]

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News for England South West – 21 August 2016

| August 19, 2016

We start with clubs that have more than one event this week. North Bristol Amateur Radio Club has an open net on GB3BS from 7pm tonight and next Sunday. On Friday there’s a relax and chat evening plus operating and training. Saturday sees the South-west DMR net from 7pm on Slot2 talk group 950. Details […]

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News for Wales – 21 August 2016

| August 19, 2016

Newport Amateur Radio Society has its club net on 3.705MHz from 10am today and next Sunday. Monday sees a fish and chip supper. On Tuesday there’s the club net on 145.425MHz from 8pm and Friday sees a test equipment night with Ross, GW3NWS, where you can align your rig. Details from Margaret, GW4SUE, on 01633 […]

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Ofcom website latest news

| August 12, 2016

We continue to have regular meetings with senior managers at Ofcom about problems with their new licensing system including the issuing of previously used call signs and the continuing need to revalidate amateur licences every five years.  The Society is extremely frustrated at the lack of progress by Ofcom and appreciate the inconvenience caused to […]

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