England South-West News – 16 February 2014

| February 14, 2014

We start with news from clubs that have several events this week. Flight Refuelling Amateur Radio Society is having a presentation on sub aqua sports diving today by Ron, 2E0JPD with a little help from Ron, G6SRV. Next Saturday sees the start of the weekend Foundation course. Contact John, G4POF, via email to g4pof@hotmail.com.

Exeter Amateur Radio Society has its Monday HF net on 3.675MHz from 7.45pm. The Tuesday 2m net is on 145.575MHz at 7.45pm. Contact Nick, M0NRJ, on 01363 775 756.

Exmouth Amateur Radio Club is having an introduction to the Raspberry Pi on Wednesday with Tony, M0THJ. Thursday sees the AGM.  More information from Mike, G1GZG, on 01395 274 172.

Yeovil Amateur Radio Club is having a replica transmitter briefing and rehearsal on Thursday. On Saturday, to celebrate the club’s 60th Anniversary, the replica transistor transmitter will be on the air as G3CMH on 3.560MHz, from 10am. Contact Rodney Edwards, M0RGE, on 01935 825 791.

Now we return to the traditional listing in date order. On Monday 17 February Appledore and District Amateur Radio Club is having a radio quiz with John, M0JKL. Contact Brian Jewell, M0BRB, on 01237 473 251 for more information.

On Thursday 20 February South Bristol Amateur Radio Club is having a Morse night. Details from Andrew Jenner, G7KNA, on 07838 695 471.

On Thursday 20 February Swindon and District Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on QRP construction and operating by Steve, G0FUW. Contact Kevin, G6FOP, via www.sdarc.net.

On Friday 21 February Poole Radio Society is having an activity night. More info from Bill Coombes, G4ERV, by email to secretary@g4prs.org.uk.

On Friday 21 February Torbay Amateur Radio Society is having a natter night. Contact Dave, G6FSP, by email to g6fsp@tars.org.uk.

Category: News for England South West and Channel Islands