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News for Wales – 16 July 2017

| July 14, 2017

On Monday Dragon Amateur Radio Club has a talk on a look at a few historic dates relating to RF by Simon. MW0NWM. More information from John Pritchard, MW0JWP on 0751 503 1025 On Tuesday Barry Amateur Radio Society is conducting some licence training, the shack is open too. Details from Glyn, GW0AWA by email […]

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Newsreader G4NZQ retires after 23 years

| July 7, 2017

Phillip Brooks, G4NZQ has been looking after the GB2RS news service in Norwich since 20 November 1994, which makes it almost 23 years of newsreading. Together with support from the local stand-in news readers, he has provided an unbroken service over that period. Phillip has decided it is time to retire, although the others in […]

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No GB2RS from Germany next week

| July 7, 2017

On Sunday, 16 July 2017 there will be no news broadcast on 40m from Germany because both newsreaders are attending Ham Radio show at Friedrichshafen, Germany. They will resume reading the following Sunday, the 23rd.

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YOTA handover at Friedrichshafen

| July 7, 2017

Some members of the UK YOTA team will be at the Friedrichshafen Ham Radio exhibition, which takes place on 14 to 17 July 2017. They will be there to receive the YOTA key and official YOTA flag from last year’s hosts. If you are attending, please make your way to the RSGB stand on Saturday […]

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G5RP Trophy nominations open

| July 7, 2017

The G5RP Trophy is an annual award to encourage newcomers to HF DXing. The award is not limited to youngsters or the newly-licensed; it is open to any one who has recently discovered and made significant progress in HF DXing. If you are an established HF DXer and want to recommend some one to be […]

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ARISS 20th anniversary SSTV from ISS

| July 7, 2017

To commemorate its 20th anniversary of Amateur Radio on the International Space Station, ARISS is planning to transmit a set of 12 slow-scan television images that capture the accomplishments of ARISS over the years. The SSTV transmissions from the International Space Station will take place on 145.800MHz FM around 15 and 16 July 2017.

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