Ofcom has now posted the files from the Business Radio Interest Group meeting on 30 April at which John Regnault, G4SWX gave a short presentation on the first six months of progress with the 146MHz experimental amateur allocation. Reduced Bandwidth Digital Amateur Television was a topic that interested many of the attendees and John played […]
Amateur radio relief activity in Nepal had begun to wind down before a magnitude 7.3 earthquake again shook parts of the Himalayan nation on 12 May, collapsing buildings and killing dozens in a region that’s still trying to recover from the much stronger earthquake on 25 April. The latest quake revived the ham radio effort. […]
At the Buckingham Palace Garden Party yesterday, Dr John Gould, G3WKL, President and Graham Coomber, G0NBI, General Manager, were delighted to represent the Society and have the opportunity of speaking with our patron HRH The Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT .
The British Amateur Television Club has just published a special edition of CQ-TV devoted to reduced bandwidth digital amateur television. A lot has been happening, particularly on the new 1MHz allocations at 70 and 146MHz. The CQ-TV RB-TV Special contains a round-up of recent on-air tests, a new award and exciting details of DigiThin, a […]
Episode 8 of TX Factor is now available for download. It features interviews with Don, G3XTT, the editor of PW magazine and Dave Stockley, G4ELP, who runs Icom UK. There’s a trip round Broadcasting House with help from Jim, G4AEH and Jonathan, M5AEO and also a chance to win a FUNcube Dongle Pro+ courtesy of […]
AEOLUS team, a group of Greek radio amateurs, will make a second attempt to send a payload carrying amateur radio equipment to the stratosphere. The special callsign granted for this is J43VHF and the flight name is AEOLUS-2WAY. The balloon launch is scheduled for 10 May at 0800UTC. Radio amateurs will be able to communicate […]