John Broomhead, G3NCX passed away on the 2nd of January 2016. He was an active radio amateur for many, many years. He was always enthusiastic about his radio equipment and being a Member of the Society. He taught amateur radio at City and Guilds level and was a member of RAYNET.
Norman Pascoe, G4USB sadly passed away in February 2016. He was one of the founders of International Marconi Day and the yearly organiser. He will be missed by us all from all the over world. This is truly a major event in amateur radio and we, the Cornish Radio Amateur Club will be doing our […]
I never met Stan in person: our short friendship was formed over the air. The first QSO we had was in 2014. When hearing that he was not getting any replies to his CQ calls I answered him. We exchanged the usual information and pleasantries; I did not expect to hear from him again or […]
It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my father, Wallace Smith, G0NSE, who became a silent key on the 16th of February 2016 at the age of 90. He was an RAF wireless operator and worked at GCHQ, retiring after 50 years of service. Dad spent many hours on the key […]
I am both sad and shocked to report that Doug passed away on the night of Monday the 21st of February 2016. Only on Sunday afternoon we had been working together on EME Calc. – Rex, VK7MO Quite simply, I would not have even tried EME without Doug and his software. Many people ‘do’ amateur radio, few […]
I have the sad duty to report the death of Mr Michael Wadsworth, GW3UOF, Ex Ships Wireless Op & GCHQ, and a RSGB & RNARS member. Mike lost his battle with Big C and went silent key on Wednesday February the 10th 2016. His wife Sheila was by his side. He asked me just before […]