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News for England South-East – 23 April 2017

| April 21, 2017

This Sunday and next, Cambridge and District Amateur Radio Club has nets from 8.30am on 144.180MHz USB, from 10.30am on 7.0875MHz or 3.620MHz LSB, and from 11.30am on 145.550MHz FM. On Wednesday the club net is at 8pm on 145.550MHz FM. Friday the 28th sees a presentation Piracy on the High Seas by Chris Hindley […]

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News for England South-West – 23 April 2017

| April 21, 2017

On Sunday the 23rd the Cornish Radio Amateur Club is dismantling their International Marconi Day station. Details from Steve, G7VOH, on 01209 844 939. This Sunday and next, North Bristol Amateur Radio Club has a club net at 7pm via the GB3BS repeater. On Friday there’s a talk Codes, Cyphers and Radio by G0ECM. Details […]

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News for Wales – 23 April 2017

| April 21, 2017

On Tuesday Barry Amateur Radio Society has a talk Antennas for Small Gardens by Glyn, GW0ANA—more details by email to glyndxis@talktalk.net. On Thursday Aberystwyth and District Amateur Radio Society has a net on 145.500 then 145.550MHz. Contact Ray, GW7AGG, on 01970 611 853. On Thursday Cleddau Amateur Radio Society is holding a barbecue. More from […]

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April 22nd is Marconi Day

| April 7, 2017

Dozens of official award stations have registered to take part in the 2017 International Marconi Day event, this year being held on 22 April. All contacts counting toward the Marconi Award must be made on HF with registered stations, but other participating stations do not need to be registered to claim awards. The event is […]

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New PSK31 software for blind amateurs

| April 7, 2017

A free, new Windows program called Accessible Digipan has been released. It allows blind hams to operate PSK31. The download includes the application, audio tutorials, detailed written guides, and additional helpful resources, plus DigiPan PSK31 and PSK63 software. ARRL member Richard, KK6MRH, and Jim, WA0PSS, both blind, developed the program. The app will work with […]

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Club Log gets Trusted Partner status

| April 7, 2017

Club Log, run by G7VJR, has become the first logging service to achieve Trusted Partner™ status for Logbook of the World. Radio amateurs holding Logbook of the World call sign certificates who have uploaded logs to Club Log now can readily cross-post them to Logbook of the World. More information on technical specifications and on […]

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