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The amateur radio Training and Assessment Guide is now available on the RSGB website. This series of documents describes the procedures that are to be followed for the provision of training and assessment as part of the RSGB scheme for people to become eligible for a UK amateur radio licence.
Three radio amateurs who had been on board the International Space Station for a little more than six months have landed safely back on Earth, touching down in Kazakhstan in a Soyuz transporter. Tim Kopra, KE5UDN; Tim Peake, KG5BVI/GB1SS, and Yuri Malenchenko, RK3DUP, undocked from the space station early on 18 June after spending 186 […]
The annual transmission on Alexanderson Day with the Alexanderson alternator on VLF 17.2kHz with the call sign SAQ will take place Sunday, 3 July at 0900UTC. Tuning up will start after 0830UTC. The process will be repeated at 1200UTC, with tuning up starting after 1130UTC. An amateur radio station with the call sign SK6SAQ will […]
The VP8STI DXpedition video has been uploaded to the Intrepid DX Group’s Vimeo page. Mike McGirr, K9AJ was an operator and the team doctor on the DXpedition to South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands earlier this year and he will be speaking about the DXpedition at this year’s RSGB Convention in October—see www.rsgb.org/convention for […]
American amateurs will have to continue renewing their licenses on a regular basis, after a petition for ‘lifetime’ licenses was denied. Last November Mark Krotz, N7MK, requested a change of the rules and the decision was announced on 21 June. The VP8STI DXpedition video has been uploaded to the Intrepid DX Group’s Vimeo page. Mike […]