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RSGB NRC volunteer given award for outstanding service

| July 29, 2021
RSGB NRC volunteer given award for outstanding service

Since the announcement of a national lockdown in March last year, and supporting the RSGB’s Get on the Air to Care campaign throughout, Nigel G4RWI has run the National Radio Centre net on 80m. The net ran every day in 2020 and has continued on weekdays throughout 2021, running over 400 nets with hundreds of […]

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RSGB Convention

| July 23, 2021
RSGB Convention

Despite hoping to meet face-to-face again this year, the RSGB Convention in October will again be online. This major indoor event takes many months to plan and, due to continuing Covid-19 uncertainty, the Society has to make the safety of attendees, volunteers and staff a priority. The RSGB is putting together another programme of excellent […]

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Yachting monthly

| July 23, 2021

In Yachting monthly magazine, Barry Pickthall considers the best options for communications at sea and looks back at how amateur radio has been an important method of communication in round-the-world races.  

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Amateur radio survey results published

| July 16, 2021

The RSGB ran an amateur radio survey in May as part of its input to an IARU workshop Over 1,000 people responded and gave their views of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for amateur radio both currently and in the future. A summary of the responses has been published in the August RadCom. You […]

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GB4RS is the call sign of the RSGB President

| July 16, 2021

The call sign GB4RS is issued to the President of the Radio Society of Great Britain for the term of his/her office. Stewart Bryant, G3YSX is the current RSGB President and intends to use this call sign as often as possible. Why not listen out for him on the air and log this special call […]

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5 July 2021 – Assessing your station against ICNIRP EMF levels, by RSGB EMC Chair John Rogers, M0JAV

| July 5, 2021

John’s presentation Ofcom is implementing changes to all transmitting licences to require licensees to comply with ICNIRP general public limits on EMF exposure. This will include previously licence exempt users who transmit at powers of more than 10W EIRP. John introduces the work of the RSGB and ARRL experts in assessment of exposure to EM […]

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