June-July 2014

Computer logging softwareIn this issue we take a special look at 20 metres (14 MHz); help you take your first steps into radio sport with the 80m Club Championship; give you some hints and tips on tracking down interference sources in your home; and start to demystify the solar information and forecast in the GB2RS HF propagation report

But before we move on, one quick update. In the last issue we looked at operating on 70 MHz (4m).

Unfortunately, we may have misled you slightly as to the current bandplan. We’ve now updated the original story so that you can see exactly where the beacon, narrowband and FM parts of the band are.

And don’t forget to read the monthly “Getting Started In…” Radcom supplement, which is intended for newcomers too.

The “Getting Started” section of the RSGB website also has a whole host of other material for you to read, plus there are seven back issues of this newsletter.

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