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DXCC Card checking at Convention

| September 30, 2016

ARRL DXCC card checking will be available to visitors at the RSGB Convention again this year. Please take your cards to the ARRL stand on Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning and be prepared to leave them until the volunteers are available.

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Changes to the RSGB website

| September 30, 2016

In response to feedback about the RSGB website, we’re trialling the first phase of a new navigation layout. Take a look, use it over the next few months and let us know if you like it—you can share your thoughts via web.feedback@rsgb.org.uk. For example, is information easier to find, do the new groupings work well? […]

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Testing new equipment for ISS

| September 30, 2016

The International Space Station is in the final stages of getting an upgrade. While new equipment has been graciously donated, significant funding has been needed for testing, certification and delivery of the equipment to make sure it meets NASA standards. Contact between schools and the space station have inspired young people to study science and […]

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Is your GB2RS NoV in date?

| September 30, 2016

Something for all those RSGB Members who read the news, either regularly or just occasionally. Can you please check that your newsreader NoV is current? If you need to renew, go to the online GB2RS application form on the RSGB website.

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Two new Convention videos on website

| September 30, 2016

Two videos from the 2015 RSGB Convention have gone into the Members section of the RSGB website. The talk by John Regnault, G4SWX Regular 3,000+km Contacts on 144MHz by Meteor Scatter and Tropo is now available Also available is Clean Up Your Shack by Ian White, GM3SEK where he talks about reducing your noise levels […]

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New website navigation

| September 28, 2016

In response to feedback about the website, we’re trialling the first phase of a new navigation layout. Creating good navigation on a large site is always a challenge but we hope these changes will help our web users. Take a look, use it over the next few months and let us know if you like it — […]

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