RSSGB2RS Special Events

Special Event News – 27 December 2015

| December 23, 2015

To celebrate the 90th Anniversary of IARU the Radio Club of Haiti will be using HH90IARU until 31 December. The QSL Manager is W3HNK. Brian, G8GMU, supported by Coventry ARS, is putting GB4BLC on the air from 1 to 10 January for Bedworth Lions Club Awareness Month. This is to mark the work of Bedworth […]

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Special Event News – 20 December 2015

| December 18, 2015

Brian Justin, WA1ZMS, will again put his 600m Experimental Station WG2XFQ on the air on for a Christmas Eve commemorative transmission. WG2XFQ will transmit on 486kHz from Forest, Virginia, to mark the 109th anniversary of Reginald Fessenden’s first audio transmission. Justin will conduct a run-up to this year’s event starting at around midday Eastern Time […]

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Special Event News – 13 December 2015

| December 11, 2015

ANZAC centenary commemorations end with VI4ANZAC on the air until 20 December commemorating the work of the Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train. A QSL card will be available.

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Special Event News – 6 December 2015

| December 4, 2015

ANZAC centenary commemorations end with VI4ANZAC on the air between 12 and 20 December commemorating the work of the Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train. A QSL card will be available. The 200th Anniversary of the birth of Ada Lovelace will be commemorated by special event station GB200ADA at Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, from 10 to 13 […]

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Special Event News – 29 November 2015

| November 27, 2015

Raymond Smit, PD7DX is operating special event station PD15XMAS from 5 December to 1 January, in the spirit of the holiday. He will be active on 7, 14 and 28MHz on HF as well as 2m and 440MHz. Some of the International Amateur Radio Union Region 1 Member Societies will be marking the International Day […]

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Special Event News – 22 November 2015

| November 20, 2015

Sunday, the 22nd, could be when VI0ANZAC gets on the air from Casey Base in the Antarctic. The station’s plan to get on the air has been, like the weather itself in that part of the world, highly changeable. Starting at 0200UTC, the station will try again, beginning on 14.250MHz, and hopefully both the weather […]

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