Archive for July, 2019

YOTA Bulgaria Day 1

| July 30, 2019
YOTA Bulgaria Day 1

The excitement had built and built, and now the day was finally here. We all set off early to head to Heathrow to begin our journey. When we had all arrived, we started to get to know each other and what each other’s interests are. Once on the plane, we managed to settle into the […]

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YOTA Bulgaria Day 2

| July 30, 2019
YOTA Bulgaria Day 2

What did you get up to on Day 2? To start the day, we attended a ‘Train the Trainer’ lecture, learning about YOTA activities in Austria. Later in the morning, an engineer from Rhode and Schwarz taught us the fundamentals of measurements in amateur radio. We finished off the day with an intercultural evening, with […]

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YOTA Bulgaria Day 3

| July 30, 2019
YOTA Bulgaria Day 3

What did you get up to on Day 3? We attended a talk on the TtT events which have been organised in Italy in recent years, to encourage youth involvement. We then had the second half of the Rhode and Schwarz lecture on measurements in amateur radio, which covered oscilloscopes and spectrum analysers. After lunch […]

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Key messages from July’s VLT meeting

| July 29, 2019

The Volunteer Leadership Team met earlier on this month. Click through to see the key messages from the meeting.

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July 2019 VLT meeting

| July 29, 2019

20 July 2019 – VLT meeting key messages: Updates on personnel changes since the AGM were given, both at Board and Regional level. Three presentations took place, looking at several priorities from RSGB Strategy 2022. Organisation: We will see the introduction of four delivery teams within the Society’s volunteer structure (Operating, Learning, Innovation and Representation). […]

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ARISS Russia SSTV test transmissions

| July 26, 2019

A Russian MAI-SSTV event is planned from the International Space Station for Monday, 29 July 2019 from 1315 to 2125UTC. There will be a second session on Tuesday, 30 July 2019 from 1350 to 1950UTC. Transmissions are expected to be on 145.800MHz FM in SSTV mode PD120. The call sign in use will be RS0ISS. […]

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