RSSRSGB Notices

RSGB’s New Twitter Name

| April 23, 2015
RSGB’s New Twitter Name

From today, the RSGB’s new Twitter name is @theRSGB.  We’ll be tweeting regularly so follow us for amateur radio news, images, events and Member offers. Congratulations to Adam Hutchison MM0KFX who won our Twitter photo competition, and to the two runners-up, Vaughan Ravenscroft, M0VRR and Charles Wilmott, M0OXO!  Adam’s photo is our new Twitter profile […]

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Beacon and repeater insurance

| April 16, 2015

The Beacon and repeater insurance is due for renewal on the 29 April 2015. We are in discussions with our insurers on the renewal terms for the forthcoming year and will advise all current policy holders via email when they are available with a link to the RSGB shop to renew. At the same time […]

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New UK Course and Exam Finder

| April 1, 2015
New UK Course and Exam Finder

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 Details missing or out-of-date?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 […]

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RSGB Twitter photo competition

| March 31, 2015
RSGB Twitter photo competition

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 […]

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AGM – voting now open

| March 27, 2015

Members are advised that the internet voting facility is now open. Please go to the RSGB website, www.rsgb.org/votersgb15 where you will be presented with the voting form after you have logged in.

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Eclipse experiments a great success

| March 23, 2015
Eclipse experiments a great success

The RSGB’s solar eclipse radio experiments on Friday, 20 March were deemed a great success. Many listeners in the UK using medium wave radios reported hearing a big increase in signal strengths from distant stations, such as BBC Radio Scotland on 810kHz, around 09.30—the time of maximum eclipse. Meanwhile, licensed radio amateurs took part in […]

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