The RSGB has launched a new page that brings together its full range of videos in one place. Go to rsgb.org/video to see promotional films about amateur radio, RSGB convention lectures and videos commemorating special events. They are freely available for you to download but please read the RSGB’s conditions of use first.
Sad news that Dave Powis, G4HUP became a silent key on 9 February. Dave was a well-respected tutor and mentor and a very active member of several radio clubs, mentoring many candidates to gaining their amateur radio licences. He joined the Examinations Standards Committee in 2007 and spent much of 2016 working with the Exams […]
The Radioactive Fair at Nantwich takes place on Sunday, 19 February at the Civic Hall, Market Street, Nantwich CW5 5DG. The venue has free car parking. Doors open at 10am and admission is £4. There will be trade stands and a bring-and-buy. Catering will be available on-site. Details by email from email@example.com. There has been […]
Alain, F5OZC and Sebastien, F8DQZ will be in the Los Islands, IOTA AF-051, until 26 February. The Los Islands are off the coast of Guinea in West Africa and the call sign being used is 3XY3D. A European team will sign VP6EU from Pitcairn Island in the Pacific until 5 March. More information can be […]
Operators from the Darwin Amateur Radio Club will on air using the call sign VI8BOD from 18 February to 28 March to remember the 75th anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Darwin, Australia in 1942. QSL Manager is M0URX and QSL cards can be requested on the M0URX OQRS. More information can be found by […]
The ARRL International DX contest ends its 48 hour run at 2359UTC on Sunday, the 19th. It’s CW only on the 1.8 to 28MHz bands and the exchange is signal report and transmitted power level. W stations also send their state and VE stations their province. On Tuesday the 21st, the 1.3GHz UK Activity Contest […]