The RSGB is pleased to announce the launch of a new service on its website. The UK Course and Exam Finder allows you to search for specific courses, or for exam centres, in your area. Please go to www.rsgb.org/find-courses and enter your town or postcode.
To mark the Centenary of the World War I battle at Gallipoli, three IARU member societies will remember the original Australian and New Zealand Army Corp and the Ottoman Empire soldiers who did battle at Gallipoli in Turkey. In Turkey at least two commemorative callsigns have been allocated. TC100GLB is for Battle of Gallipoli while […]
Following disquiet about the adjudication of a recent RSGB contest, the Board has asked RSGB President John Gould, G3WKL, to conduct a broad review of the key aspects of contest management. In addition the Board has asked the Contest Committee to suspend and then revisit the disputed results after the review has concluded. The Board […]
The Society is pleased to announce the launch of a new service on its website today UK Course and Exam Finder allows you to search for specific courses, or for exam centres, in your area. Please go to www.rsgb.org/find-courses and enter your town or postcode. Details missing or out-of-date? All the data comes from information […]
The Society is celebrating amateur radio with the launch of a new photo competition. Entries should reflect an aspect of amateur radio and the winning photo will be used as the RSGB’s new Twitter profile photo. The deadline is midnight on Sunday, 12 April 2015—further information and the terms and conditions of entry can be […]
The RSGB’s solar eclipse radio experiments on 20 March were deemed a great success. Radio amateurs took part in a wide range of experiments on many bands, including a QSO party on 160, 80m and 40m. The use of the reverse beacon network and Morse code meant that the received signal-to-noise ratios of those taking […]