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Advanced exam “on demand”

| May 13, 2016

The Examinations Standards Committee have agreed that the Advanced amateur radio examination can be requested “on demand”. This means that Advanced exams can be booked in the same way as the Foundation and Intermediate with the important exception that one calendar month’s notice must be given. On demand bookings will commence on 1st May ie […]

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Club of the Year – Regional Winners

| April 23, 2016

At the AGM held this afternoon in Glasgow, the regional winners of the Club of the Year 2015 competition were announced.  Congratulations to all. Small Clubs Region 1   Cockenzie and Port Seton ARC Region 2  Caithness ARS Region 5  Staffordshire Portable ARC Region 8  Green Island ARS Region 11  Sidmouth ARS Region 12  Leiston […]

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RSGB Election results

| April 23, 2016

At the Society’s AGM held in Glasgow this afternoon, elections were held for two directors and the regional manager for Region 4 (North East of England.  The following were duly elected Board Director:   Graham Murchie, G4FSG Board Director:   Ian Shepherd, G4EVK Regional Manager, Region 4:  Ian Douglas, G7MFN

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G6HH at ISS contact

| April 18, 2016

The Hastings Electronics and Radio Club will be operating G6HH at St. Richard’s Catholic College in Bexhill today, April 18th, from the college’s STEM space conference area. The HERC station will be QRT around the time of the ISS contact, and return to air when advised by the ARISS UK team. Amateurs are invited to […]

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AGM 2016 – voting

| April 8, 2016

RSGB Members are reminded that voting is still open for the resolutions at the forthcoming AGM. Full information, and details of how to vote, were contained in the April edition of RadCom. Members can vote electronically here.

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Ofcom-RSGB Forum: 15 March 2016

| March 30, 2016

 Summary of matters discussed at the Ofcom-RSGB Forum meeting held on 15 March 2016 1  Implementation of WRC-15 allocation at 5 MHz. Ofcom have contacted Primary User concerning harmonising the current allocation with that agreed at WRC-15. It was noted that a response from the Primary User of this part of the spectrum was awaited. […]

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