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News for Northern Ireland – 1 March 2015

| February 27, 2015

On Thursday Bangor and District Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on test equipment for the radio amateur including measuring frequency and power. Details from Norman, GI3YMY, on 02891 462 225. On Thursday Lough Erne Amateur Radio Club is looking at building the MI0GWL hex beam and rotator. Contact Michael Clarke, M5MTC, on 028 […]

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News for Scotland – 1 March 2015

| February 27, 2015

We start with advance notice that Glasgow and Clyde RAYNET Group will be at the Cardwell Garden Centre in Gourock demonstrating amateur radio on Easter Sunday, 5 April, from 10am to 4pm. Activity will be on HF using the group call sign GM0RAY. Contact Group Controller Paul Lucas, on 07768 271 736. Stirling District Amateur […]

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News for England South East – 1 March 2015

| February 27, 2015

We start with clubs that have several events this week. Surrey Radio Contact Club Sunday has its top band net today and next Sunday on 1905kHz from 9.30am. On Monday there’s a surplus equipment sale. The 2m net on Friday is on 145.350MHz ±25kHz at 9pm. Contact John, G3MCX, on 020 8688 3322. Worthing and […]

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News for England South West – 1 March 2015

| February 27, 2015

We start with clubs that have several events this week. Exeter Amateur Radio Society has its Monday HF net on 3.675MHz at 7.45pm. The Tuesday 2m net on 145.575MHz is at 7.45pm. Contact Nick, M0NRJ, on 01363 775 756. Cornish Radio Amateur Club is holding a committee meeting on Wednesday and a club meeting on […]

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News for Wales – 1 March 2015

| February 27, 2015

On Monday Dragon Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on how to set up and run a special event station. Contact Stewart Rolfe, GW0ETF, on 07833 620 733. On Monday Llanelli Amateur Radio Society is on the air with GB4SDD for St David’s Day. Contact Craig, MW0MXT, on 01269 845 773. On Thursday North […]

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Investigating interference from VDSL

| February 27, 2015
Investigating interference from VDSL

The EMC Committee is carrying out an investigation of the significance of interference to amateur radio from VDSL broadband. Where emissions occur from a normally working VDSL system the noise is continuous twenty-four-seven and sounds like white noise. Occasionally, when the VDSL system is faulty or disturbed by large external signals, different emissions may be […]

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