G100RSGB, the special event callsign celebrating the RSGB Centenary will be operated today and tomorrow by Horsham ARC, who plan to use the 10 to 80m bands as well as 2m and 70cm with SSB, CW, data and FM signals. On Tuesday, the callsign moves to Brede Steam ARS who will run CW, SSB, PSK and FM on the 10 to 80m bands as well as 2m. Wednesday, Crawley ARC have organised a station to run on the 160m to 23cm bands using CW, SSB, FM and data. Banbury ARS are running the callsign on Thursday and Friday of this week, using the 10 to 160m bands plus 2m and 70cm. On Saturday Newhaven Fort ARG take over with a station on the 20 and 40m bands using SSB and CW. Next Sunday, 12 May, Fort Purbrook RC will put the callsign on the air on the 20 and 40m bands as well as 2m and 70cm using SSB, CW and FM. Details of how to get your QSL card are on the website, www.rsgb.org.uk under the Operating drop down menu, clicking on Centenary Station.
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