The special event callsign celebrating the RSGB Centenary stays in Region 4 this week. Today, 3 March, sees Tynemouth ARC operating from North Shields on the HF bands as well as 2m and 70cm using SSB, CW and data. Then on Monday 4th the callsign goes back to the Isle of Man and GD100RSGB will be on the air from Douglas on both HF and VHF using CW, SSB and data. Humber Fortress Club will put the callsign on the air from Fort Paull, near Hull on the 5th and 8th using HF and VHF, look out for their CW, SSB, FM and data signals. On 6 March, Bishop Auckland Radio Amateurs Club, operating in Crook, County Durham, will use the 80, 40, 20 and 2m bands with SSB, FM and PSK31 signals. York Radio Club will have an HF station running SSB, CW, FM and data on 7 March. Then on 9 and 10 March, Durham & District ARS will run HF and VHF stations using SSB and PSK 31 from Durham. Details of how to get your QSL card are on the website, www.rsgb.org.uk/centenary.
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