Archive for January, 2023

Tonight@8 – QRP operating

| January 25, 2023

On Monday 6 February Anthony Luscre, K8ZT will talk about QRP operating on the RSGB’s Tonight@8 webinar. Find out more on the Society’s website and put the date in your diary for another fascinating live presentation. You can watch and ask questions live on our YouTube channel or our special BATC channel.

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GB2RS News Script for 22 January 2023

| January 20, 2023

Tap or click the link below to download this week’s GB2RS news script GB2RS News Script for 22 January 2023 (22-page/475KB Microsoft Word document) Problems downloading the GB2RS news script? Try this alternative link

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RSGB Elections

| January 20, 2023

Could you help to shape the future of amateur radio? The RSGB is looking for volunteers who are willing and able to give their time and enthusiasm to ensure that amateur radio and the Society continue to develop and thrive. There is still time to stand for the eight elected roles. Would one of these […]

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RSGB 2023 Band Plans

| January 20, 2023

The 2023 RSGB Band Plans are now available online and in the February edition of RadCom. Whilst there are no formal changes compared to 2022, an accompanying background article explains what may be in prospect in the year ahead, which has both major IARU and World Radio Conference events.

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RSGB Convention videos for members

| January 20, 2023

As a benefit for our members, we have released two Convention 2022 videos just for members to view. Peter Duffett-Smith, GM3XJE talks about the input impedance of feeder ‘Sprinkles or Mirrors’, the presentation by Chris Deacon, G4IFX, discovers the true nature of six-metre sporadic-E Both videos are available in the RSGB online members’ portal. Over […]

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Alexander Smith, GM4KQS, 30 September 2022

| January 20, 2023
Alexander Smith, GM4KQS, 30 September 2022

Born in Glasgow in 1935, Alex served his engineering apprenticeship with Howdens Engineering before attending the Moray Sea School in Burghead, and subsequently joining the Merchant Service in 1956. He served as Engineer 2nd Class for Cunard on several transatlantic passenger liners including the RMS Queen Elizabeth and RMS Ivernia where he met June, his […]

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