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News for England South-West – 17 September 2017

| September 15, 2017

We start with clubs that have several events this week. On Sunday, Weston-super-Mare Radio Society has its rally at WSM Campus. Monday sees the main meeting and a discussion of the rally. Details from Martin Jones, G7UWI, on 01934 613 094. Riviera Amateur Radio Club is having a club night on Thursday. Saturday sees GB4BCR […]

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News for Wales – 17 September 2017

| September 15, 2017

On Monday Dragon Amateur Radio Club is holding its construction competition. Contact John Pritchard, MW0JWP, on 0751 503 1025. On Tuesday Wrexham Amateur Radio Society is having a talk on the Titanic’s signals of disaster by Dave Roberts. More information from Eifion Parry, via email to mw6eyu@gmail.com. On Thursday North Wales Radio Society is having […]

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Examination Standards Committee Report 2017

| September 13, 2017

Follow the link below to read this Report. Examination Standards Committee Report 2017 (13-page/780KB PDF)

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RadCom Plus download, Vol. 3, No. 1

| September 12, 2017

These files accompany the article Vertical Phased Arrays from Compromised Locations on page 4. PhaV_Mathcad 3.1.zip (1.3MB ZIP file) PhaV_Mathcad_pdf_Files.zip (1.2MB ZIP file)

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RadCom Plus, Vol. 3, No. 1

| September 11, 2017
RadCom Plus, Vol. 3, No. 1

Contents To read RadCom Plus online, click the cover picture. 4 Vertical phased arrays from compromised locations John Matthews, G3WZT wanted to improve his antennas for 80m when he decided to go US county chasing, but only on 80m CW 14 Simple APRS tracker Anthony Le Cren, F4GOH designed this little low-cost FM transmitting card […]

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Keep hurricane frequencies clear

| September 8, 2017

Hurricane Irma is getting widespread news coverage and will affect many countries in the Caribbean. There are the usual American nets on 14.265 and 14.325MHz to gather information on the storm. Several other frequencies will be used and amateurs in IARU Region 1 are asked to please take steps to avoid interference with emergency operations. […]

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