Propagation Studies Committee: VHF

| August 9, 2016

The RSGB Propagation Studies Committee (PSC) is looking for an additional member to focus on studies of abnormal VHF propagation.

One of the tasks to be undertaken will be to study all information concerning exceptional contacts and reception reports in order to establish if there are patterns of linked propagation modes that might have previously been missed.

A priority in this particular area is to look at contacts where the propagation path has occurred as a result of the linking of tropospheric and ionospheric modes.

When such studies have been developed the conclusions need to be developed and initially shared and freely discussed with other members of PSC.

A further aspect of the role is to be able to communicate the results of to RSGB members and beyond via presentations and articles in RadCom.

A really good working knowledge of VHF propagation and communication skills are important for this role.

If you are interested please email Steve Nichols, G0KYA, via email to psc.chairman@rsgb.org.uk including a brief resume of what you would bring to the role.

Category: Volunteer Vacancies