In March 2014, the Prime Minister, David Cameron announced the UK Spectrum Strategy The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has subsequently given significant prominence to the industry-led UK Spectrum Policy Forum (UKSPF) which techUK is facilitating. The Forum has been established as a sounding board to Government and Ofcom on future approaches on […]
The Society is pleased to announce that a photo gallery of the AGM trophies is now available on the RSGB website. The gallery features high-quality photographs of all the awards. Hover your mouse over each award to see details of past and present winners, a description of the award, who donated it, and what it […]
Approval of NoV requests for beacons and repeaters It was noted that, according to Ofcom records, only four requests were awaiting clearance from the primary user. It was agreed that the RSGB would notify Ofcom of any others that appeared to be outstanding. It was agreed that the RSGB should satisfy itself that any potential […]
Following last week’s publication of the Policy on temporary call signs and call sign enhancement, Ofcom officials have confirmed that they are content for clubs in England to decide themselves whether and when to enhance their club call sign with the Regional Secondary Locator “X”, thus continuing current custom and practice.
Professor Chris Budd, G4NBG has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to science and maths education Professor Budd has been a radio amateur and RSGB member since his teens, when he was introduced to it by his grandfather who held a licence in the 1920s and was a radio scientist […]
News and Reports 6 RSGB Matters Including a report on Dayton, new Board liaison roles, volunteer spotlight, new SDR receivers at NRC, RadCom Basics and RadCom Plus news, Contest Committee white paper, Legacy Trust vacancies, 2016 AGM location, Construction Competition, QSL matters, RSGB helping YOTA Italy, congratulations and welcome 13 News All the amateur radio […]