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M7 Foundation Licences

| October 15, 2018

Ofcom have advised us that its Licensing Portal is now issuing M7 call signs to new applicants for the Foundation licence.

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Construction Competition 2018

| October 13, 2018
Construction Competition 2018

The RSGB Convention Construction Competition 2018, sponsored by Martin Lynch and Sons, was judged by Bo OZ2M, Sam G4DDK and Stewart G3YSX. Congratulations to all the category winners: * Innovation – Antony Watts, M0IFA, for a series of tools to help people learn to code and understand radio * Technical Merit – Andrew Vare, G4XZL, […]

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National Club of the Year 2017

| September 29, 2018

Once again, we are indebted to Waters & Stanton for their generous sponsorship of the National Club of the Year competition 2017. The winners were announced at the National Hamfest 2018 Small Clubs National Winners   South Kesteven ARS Runners up           South Bristol ARC 3rd place              Greenisland […]

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RSGB Board Change, M0ITI

| September 24, 2018

We are pleased to announce that Mike Bruce, M0ITI has been co-opted to the RSGB Board, with immediate effect.  Mike will provide focus and expertise to ensure that the Board is fully equipped to support the major changes within the Examinations Systems. Mike was recently appointed Examination Systems Review Manager, has been a member of […]

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Graham Parry, G7OSR, 29 August 2018

| September 19, 2018

Graham was involved in amateur radio most of his life, enhanced by his time in the RAF, passing his Radio Amateur Exam in the early seventies and obtaining his call sign G7OSR. Graham was a long standing member of the Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Club, serving in many capacities and helping with events. He was […]

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RSGB Board Change, G3WRO

| September 18, 2018

Keith Haynes, G3WRO, has recently decided to step down as an RSGB Board Director, for personal reasons. Keith was co-opted to the Board following his proposal by the Nominations Committee, and took on the liaison responsibilities for the RSGB Awards and Regional Team. He was highly qualified to look after these areas of the Society, […]

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