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RSGB Company Secretary vacancy

| February 14, 2019

Stephen Purser, GW4SHF, RSGB Company Secretary has advised the Board that after more than two years in the role he wishes to step down in the spring. Stephen has been instrumental in updating the legal documents relating to the Society and regularly advising the Board where governance changes are necessary. We wish Stephen well in […]

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RSGB Company Secretary

| February 14, 2019

We are looking to recruit an RSGB Member to the voluntary position of Company Secretary. The RSGB Company Secretary plays a key role in the Society’s governance and provides vital support in the running of Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting. Role includes: Recording and publishing the minutes of Board meetings Managing the election […]

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Propagation Studies Committee meeting, 3 November 2018

| January 27, 2019

Follow the link below to read the minutes of this meeting. Propagation Studies Committee Meeting, 3 November 2018 (10-page/1.4MB PDF)

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Propagation Studies Committee meeting, 28 April 2018

| January 27, 2019

Follow the link below to read the minutes of this meeting. Propagation Studies Committee Meeting, 28 April 2018 (9-page/392KB PDF)

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Diversity in amateur radio

| December 19, 2018
Diversity in amateur radio

‘But that’s not real radio!’ It’s not a new cry directed at FT8, DMR or Network Radio, but much older than that and often made whenever someone practices a version of amateur radio different from theirs. I suspect there were similar cries when SSB was first introduced, and before that AM by the CW diehards. […]

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Supporting, encouraging and recognising the work of our volunteers and staff

| November 14, 2018
Supporting, encouraging and recognising the work of our volunteers and staff

As part of the RSGB’s five-year strategy, we strive to enhance support and recognition of our volunteers, as well as developing ways of working with them more closely. With just 11 full-time and 5 part- time members of staff managing all of the commercial and operational functions of the Society, our 800-plus volunteers, who deliver […]

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