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Commonwealth Contest DXpeditioners

| March 6, 2015

A number of RSGB members are heading off on trips for the Commonwealth Contest next weekend. Look out for G3LET as VY2GQ from Prince Edward Island, IOTA NA-029, G3VYI/VP9 from Bermuda, NA-005, G4CWI as ZF2CA from Cayman, NA-016, G3RWF as 5Z4LS from Kenya, G3XAQ as 5X1XA from Uganda and G3PJT as J34G from Grenada, NA-024. […]

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Also in GB2RS this week…

| March 6, 2015

Starting Sunday, 8 March, the GB2RS transmission at 1000 on 40m from Germany will move to a new frequency of 7.127MHz. This change is being made to accommodate contest activity that competes for spectrum on the band. Our thanks go to G3SIB/DJ0OK and M0DXM/DJ2XB for their continued support of the GB2RS news service. The 1030 […]

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GB2RS broadcast from Germany to QSY

| February 27, 2015

Starting next Sunday, 8 March, the GB2RS transmission at 10.00 on 40m from Germany will change frequency. Currently on 7.150MHz, the new frequency will be 7.127MHz. This change is being made to accommodate contest activity that competes for spectrum on the band. Our thanks go to G3SIB/DJ0OK and M0DXM/DJ2XB for their continued support of the […]

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Train the Trainers days in May and June

| February 27, 2015

RSGB Train the Trainers days are for you if you are delivering training for the amateur examinations and do not already have a professional educational background. The purpose is to give you some insights in how to prepare and deliver your material, to improve the learning skills of your class and hopefully inject some fun […]

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RSGB response to UHF consultation

| February 27, 2015

The RSGB has prepared a response to Ofcom’s call for input on a strategic review of the UHF spectrum at 420-470MHz. Read full RSGB response Strategic Review of UHF Spectrum at 420-470 MHz (7-page/811KB PDF)

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Also in GB2RS this week…

| February 27, 2015

On the 26 February, GB2RAF at RAF Neatishead Air Defence Radar Museum made contact with GB8ORE, a station commemorating the 80th Anniversary of the radar located at the Birth of Radar Memorial Stone in Northamptonshire. This contact on 40m SSB at 1504UTC was rather special as the museum curator exchanged a greetings message to and […]

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