G100RSGB, the special event callsign celebrating the RSGB Centenary, stays in Region 11 again this week. Today, 14 April, Torbay ARS are running a 24 hour HF station in Newton Abbot using SSB, digital modes and FM. Monday sees Taunton & District ARS running CW and SSB on the 10 to 40m bands. Tuesday the callsign moves to Sidmouth where Norman Lockyer Observatory will be running HF, 6m and 70cm using SSB, PSK31 & ROS. Wednesday sees Exmouth ARC putting the callsign on the air. On Thursday 18 April, West Devon RC will be running CW and SSB on 70cm, 2, 6, 10, 20 and 40m from Plymouth. Friday 19 April and Riviera ARC will be on the air from Torquay using the 2, 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 40 and 80m bands on CW, SSB, PSK and SSTV. Next weekend, 20 and 21 April, the callsgin moves to Guernsey and changes to GU100RSGB. The club will be on the HF bands as well as 6m to 70cm using SSB, RTTY, PSK, Satellite, WSJT and SSTV. Details of how to get your QSL card are on the website.
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