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Strategy and the Spectrum

| December 8, 2017
Strategy and the Spectrum

The recent RSGB Strategic review highlighted a number of priorities including Spectrum and closely related issues of Growth, Research and Participation. One basic fact is that without spectrum there would be no amateur radio. The RSGB Spectrum Forum is unusual in its extensive range of participants from both inside the Society and external specialist groups. These include […]

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RSGB Board Change

| December 7, 2017

Due to a change in work circumstances and a significantly increased workload, Sara McGarvey, 2I0SSW has reluctantly decided that she needs to step down from her Board responsibilities and thus has tendered her resignation as an Elected Board member of the RSGB. The Chairman and Board would like to thank Sara for her contribution to […]

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Strategy in action

| November 14, 2017
Strategy in action

This time of year is always particularly busy for us at the RSGB with some great opportunities to meet radio amateurs across the country and, indeed, from around the world. That was enhanced this year with YOTA 2017 in August when some of us had the privilege of spending a week with 80 enthusiastic, fun […]

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RSGB Strategy video update

| November 3, 2017

The RSGB has released the first of its Strategy video updates. In this short video (which was filmed by the TX Factor at National Hamfest) the President, Chairman, General Manager and the Communications Manager talk about some of the ways the Society is engaging with radio amateurs, representing them nationally and internationally and also developing […]

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Results of the VDSL interference survey

| October 30, 2017

The EMC Committee would like to thank all 1,200 radio amateurs who took part in the VDSL RFI survey. The results have been analysed and were presented at the RSGB 2017 Convention. You can see a pdf of the PowerPoint presentation or watch the video of EMC Chair John Rogers, M0JAV presenting the findings at the […]

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146-147MHz NoV Renewal

| October 19, 2017

All current 146-147MHz band Notices of Variation (NoV) expire on Tuesday 31 October. Ofcom has agreed that the band will be made available for another year. However, to continue to use the frequencies you must obtain a new NoV. These are available free from the RSGB website.

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