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GB2RS News Script for 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

Please click the link below to download this week’s news script GB2RS News Script for 22 April 2018

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Rallies and Events News – 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

On Sunday, 22 April, The Cambridge Repeater Group Rally takes place today at Foxton Village Hall, Hardman Road, Foxton, Cambridge, CB22 6RN. There is free car parking and a talk-in station. Doors open at 9.30am, with traders gaining access from 7.30am. Entry is £2. In addition to trade stands there will be a bring-and-buy, plus […]

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DX News – 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

Brian, GW4DVB, should be active from Palm Island in the Grenadines as J88PI until 29 April. This is NA-025 for Islands on the Air (IOTA). Cezar, VE3LYC and Bernhard, DL2GAC plan to be active as H44R from Mbanika Island in the Solomon Islands from 22 to 25 April. This is OC-168 for IOTA. Cezar will […]

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Special Event News – 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

GB4AMT will be active using CW on the HF bands from 20 April to 17 May to remember HMS Amethyst—details on QRZ.com. GB4TDY will be active from Low Bentham, North Yorkshire on “as many bands as possible” between 27 and 30 April to celebrate the third Tour de Yorkshire cycle race. Details are on QRZ.com. […]

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Contest News – 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

The British Amateur Radio Teledata Group’s Sprint 75 Contest takes place from 1700 to 2100 UTC this Sunday on the 3.5MHz to 28MHz bands. All activity is on 75 bauds RTTY and the contest exchange is a serial number only. On Tuesday, 24 April the RSGB SHF UK Activity Contest takes place from 1830 to […]

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Propagation News – 22 April 2018

| April 20, 2018

The Sun remained spotless this week, other than the hint of a new sunspot coming around its limb as this report was being written. The solar flux index reflected this, sitting around the high 60s, although it did reach 71 on Thursday morning. Geomagnetic conditions were quiet at the beginning of the week, but a […]

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