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News for Northern Ireland – 29 March 2015

| March 27, 2015

On Thursday 2 April Bangor and District Amateur Radio Society is holding its annual constructor contest. Contact Norman, GI3YMY, on 02891 462 225.

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News for Scotland – 29 March 2015

| March 27, 2015

Stirling District Amateur Radio Society is open today and next Sunday from 10.30am till late afternoon for construction, training, projects and operating. Contact John McGowan, by email to gm0fsv@gm6nx.com. On Wednesday 1 April Ayr Amateur Radio Group is having a talk about the Hen Antenna by Dennis, GM3NIG. Details from John, GM0EPO, via email to […]

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News for England South East – 29 March 2015

| March 27, 2015

Surrey Radio Contact Club Sunday has its top band net today and next Sunday on 1905kHz from 9.30am. The 2m net on Friday is on 145.350MHz ±25kHz at 9pm. Contact John, G3MCX, on 020 8688 3322. On Monday 30 March Felixstowe and District Amateur Radio Society is holding its AGM. More information from Paul, G4YQC, […]

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News for England South West – 29 March 2015

| March 27, 2015

We start with clubs that have several events this week. On Sunday 29 March Callington Amateur Radio Society is running the Callington Rally. The AGM is on Wednesday. Details from John, G4PBN, 01822 835 834. Exeter Amateur Radio Society has its HF net on Monday on 3.573MHz from 7.45pm. The Tuesday 2m net on 145.575MHz […]

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News for Wales – 29 March 2015

| March 27, 2015

Cleddau Amateur Radio Society is having a club night on Monday. The club net is on Tuesday. Contact Howard, MW0HVB, on 07955 433 456. On Monday 30 March Llanelli Amateur Radio Society is holding a junk sale. Contact Craig, MW0MXT, on 01269 845 773. On Wednesday 1 April Conwy Valley Amateur Radio Club reopens after […]

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Eclipse experiments a great success

| March 23, 2015
Eclipse experiments a great success

The RSGB’s solar eclipse radio experiments on Friday, 20 March were deemed a great success. Many listeners in the UK using medium wave radios reported hearing a big increase in signal strengths from distant stations, such as BBC Radio Scotland on 810kHz, around 09.30—the time of maximum eclipse. Meanwhile, licensed radio amateurs took part in […]

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