Archive for September, 2021

Tonight @ 8 repeaters episode streamed live

| September 27, 2021

Steve Morton, F4VTF, G8SFR presented Repeaters: How They Are Built, Planned, Commissioned and Used on 27 September 2021. If you missed Steve’s fascinating talk or would like to see it again, it’s now available on the RSGB website at rsgb.org/webinars, and on the RSGB YouTube channel.

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27 September 2021 – Repeaters: how they are built, planned, commissioned and used by Steve Morton, F4VTF, G8SFR

| September 27, 2021

Steve’s presentation Voice repeaters have been with us in UK for almost 50 years a lot has changed in that time. We all are aware of repeaters but how many of us have considered what’s involved in getting one commissioned? In his presentation, Steve will cover a wide variety of information about repeaters, including the […]

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Roger Gill, 2E0GHR, 24th September 2021

| September 27, 2021
Roger Gill, 2E0GHR, 24th September 2021

Roger and I became firm friends very soon after I joined Torbay Amateur Radio Society in 2016, just after I’d taken over running the training team. Initially, he was a little hesitant to accede to my request and join the team, telling me that he knew very little about amateur radio and electronics in particular! […]

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GB2RS News Script for 26 September 2021

| September 24, 2021

Tap or click the link below to download this week’s GB2RS news script GB2RS News Script for 26 September 2021 (17-page/423KB Microsoft Word document) Problems downloading the GB2RS news script? Try this alternative link

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RSGB Convention on 9 October

| September 24, 2021

There is less than two weeks to go before the RSGB Online Convention on the 9th of October. There will be two live streams of talks available all day with a Q&A session at the end of each talk. After the event, on the RSGB YouTube channel, you can view the lectures as many times […]

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Transatlantic centenary events

| September 24, 2021

The RSGB and the ARRL in the USA, are jointly celebrating the achievement of transatlantic communications by radio amateurs 100 years ago. In December 1921, the ARRL sent Paul Godley, who held the US callsign 2ZE, as their representative to listen for amateur signals from North America during the Second Transatlantic Tests. Godley set up […]

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