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RSGB announces Commonwealth Games SES

| April 15, 2022

As part of the Commonwealth Games activities, RSGB Special Event Stations will be activated from the four UK Home Nations and three Crown Dependencies. The call signs will take the format of GB22G followed by the Regional Locator, for example GB22GE, GB22GI or GB22GD. RSGB affiliated clubs and individual RSGB Members who are Full licensees […]

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Transatlantic Tests video released

| April 14, 2022
Transatlantic Tests video released

The Radio Society of Great Britain and the ARRL have been celebrating the centenary of the Transatlantic Tests. The RSGB has just released a video that highlights the fantastic exhibition put on by the National Heritage Centre in Saltcoats, the 1921 message re-enactment by the Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club and also the 160m […]

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EMF video published

| April 14, 2022

We’ve just published a very short video outlining the new EMF regulations and the help/tools the RSGB provides for radio amateurs. There is a wealth of information and help on the RSGB website and we hope this video will point people towards that in a new way.

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Commonwealth Games SES at NEC

| April 8, 2022

The 2022 Commonwealth Games starts on 28 July. Over 5,000 athletes will converge on Birmingham and the surrounding area from an estimated 72 hosts to compete over 12 days as part of the Games. The RSGB is organising a number of activities to support the event, including a special event station (SES) in the grounds […]

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Vacancy for DR71 in Wales

| April 7, 2022

The RSGB is looking for someone to carry out the role of District Representative 71, covering Ceredigion & West Wales. If you are an RSGB member and have time to help radio amateurs in this area, please contact Glyn Jones, GW0ANA who is the RSGB Representative for Region 7: rr7@rsgb.org.uk

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4 April 2022 – Breaking the big story – when amateur radio was the only way by Laurie Margolis, G3UML

| April 4, 2022

Laurie’s presentation BBC journalist and long-time RSGB member Laurie Margolis broke the fact of the invasion of the Falklands through amateur radio. Here’s how… He will also cover his involvement in the 1970 King Hussein story. In this 40th anniversary year since the Falklands War, we are delighted to have this presentation from Laurie. About […]

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