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G100RSGB Video from Region 13
This six minute video shows how six of us put on G100RSGB from the contest QTH of Nick, G4FAL in Theddlethorpe, Lincs on 1 October 2013.
In the 24 hours we were active, we made 3,393 QSOs across nine bands and with over 100 DXCC countries.
We think this may be a G100RSGB record for a single day of operating.
In addition, at UK sunrise, our station (operated by Chris G3JJ) made an historic first 80m CW contact with ZM90DX to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the first UK to NZ amateur radio contact by G2NZ and Z4AA in 1924.
All of this and the 24 hour operations are covered in this video.
The six operators were Nick, G4FAL, Vic G4BYG, Chris G3SJJ, George G4EBK, Andy M0GAV and myself Peter, G3PHO.
RSGB Centenary Day
Paul Whatton, G4DCV has produced this short film of the RSGB’s historic Centenary Day event which was held at Bletchley Park on Friday, 5 July 2013.
RSGB President talks to Chairman on G100RSGB
RSGB President Bob Whelan, G3PJT operating G100RSGB is contacted by RSGB Chairman Graham Merchie, G4FSG on 2m, with thanks to Rob Chipperfield, M0VFC
RSGB 100 years celebration 2013
Horndean and District Amateur Radio Club’s Centenary special event, with thanks to Ryan Clark.