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Thanks to all newsreaders and listeners

| December 15, 2017

Next weekend will see the final GB2RS news broadcast for 2017. The RSGB would like to thank the loyal band of news-reading volunteers for their service to the amateur community throughout the year. We would also like to thank those that listen to the news each week and call in to the news readers after […]

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Measuring spectrum pollution video

| December 15, 2017

The RSGB has released the video of the RSGB Convention lecture by Alwyn Seeds, G8DOH, Measuring Spectrum Pollution at VHF and UHF. This lecture is the basis for the article in the January RadCom written in conjunction with John, G4BAO on the same subject.

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SDR book is surprise best-seller

| December 15, 2017

Last orders for UK delivery at the RSGB shop is 10am on 20 December 2017. RSGB Members should note that the RSGB Members’ book voucher runs out at the same time. An interesting story to come from the RSGB shop this week involves the new RSGB Software-Defined Radio book. First detailed in the January RadCom, […]

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GB17YOTA at NRC

| December 15, 2017

The National Radio Centre in Bletchley Park will play host to the GB17YOTA call sign on 30 and 31 December 2017, as part of Youngsters on the Air month. There will be an opportunity for licensed visitors to operate the station. If you are an RSGB Member, you can also print a voucher for free […]

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South Africa to host YOTA 2018

| December 15, 2017

The South African Radio League will host the 2018 Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) annual camp. This annual event brings together young people from IARU Region 1 and elsewhere for a week, creating an opportunity to learn all about different nationalities and cultures, foster international friendships and goodwill, and learn new amateur radio skills. Several […]

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Croatia 5MHz-plus Top Band extensions

| December 8, 2017

On 24 November 2017, the Croatian Regulatory Authority published changes to the rules on amateur radio communications in the Republic of Croatia. According to these changes, Croatian radio amateurs now have access to the WRC-15 60m amateur secondary allocation of 5351.5 to 5366.5kHz with 15W EIRP. They now also have access to the 160m band […]

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