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| June 21, 2024

The RSGB is looking for an individual to take on the complex role of Editor of the annual RSGB Yearbook, following the retirement of the previous Editor. This is a paid post, working part time from home for a few months each year, and is offered as a fixed-term contract. You will need experience of […]

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Rallies and Events News – 23 June 2024

| June 21, 2024

The Newbury Radio Rally is taking place today, Sunday 23 June. The venue is Newbury Showground, next to junction 13 of the M4 motorway in Berkshire, RG18 9QZ. The event includes a display area with an amateur radio station, exhibits, special interest groups, clubs and societies. The doors open to sellers at 8am, and to […]

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Special Events News – 23 June 2024

| June 21, 2024

Marking the 25th anniversary since Poland joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, special callsign HF25NATO will be active until the 31 August. QSL via Club Log’s OQRS. Only 100 limited edition QSL cards will be distributed. These will be issued first-come, first-served so call in quick! For details of a certificate that it available visit […]

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DX News – 23 June 2024

| June 21, 2024

Domenico, IK1MNF is active as IK1MNF/IA5 from Isola d’Elba, EU-028, until the end of September. He is operating using SSB on the 20 to 6m bands. QSOs will be uploaded to Club Log. QSL via Domenico’s home call. Chas, NK8O is active as 5H3DX from near Dodoma, Tanzania until the 30 June. He is operating […]

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Contest News – 23 June 2024

| June 21, 2024

Today, the 23 June, the 50MHz CW Contest runs from 0900 to 1200UTC. Using CW on the 6m band, the exchange is signal report, serial number and locator. On Tuesday 25 June, the SHF UK Activity Contest runs from 1830 to 2130UTC. Using all modes on 2.3 to 10GHz frequencies, the exchange is signal report, […]

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Propagation News – 23 June 2024

| June 21, 2024

We had a relatively quiet week, with the Sun generally being settled. There were coronal mass ejections, but they were on the far side of the Sun and not Earth-directed. There were no X-class flares, although we did have a few C- and M-class events. The solar flux index declined to 167 but has since […]

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