G100RSGB, the special event callsign celebrating the RSGB Centenary will be operated by Fort Purbrook Radio Club today, 12 May, using the 40, 20, 4 and 2m bands as well as 70cm. On Monday, Horsham ARC will put the callsign on the air from Ifield, running 10 to 160m as well as 2m. On Tuesday, the Isle of Wight RC will operate on the HF bands plus 6m, 2m and 70cm from Ryde. Then on 16th and 17th, the callsign moves to Corsham with the North Wiltshire DX Group, running a mostly CW station on 10 to 80m. The UK Microwave Group will put the station on the air in Andover running CW, SSB and digital including EME on the 18th and 19th. They will mainly use the 3cm band but some activity will be on the 23cm to 12mm bands. Details of how to get your QSL card are on the website at www.rsgb.org/main/centenary/.
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