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May 2021 Scout Communicator badge lesson plan

| April 26, 2021

Work with Scouts on the Communicator badge was suggested by a Foundation licensee, Rani, M7KAU, who by chance told Troop Leader Phil Reed about her new hobby. WVARS member Andy, G0SFJ, created a lesson plan based on the Communicator badge syllabus. Download files (429KB .pdf)

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2020 a year in numbers

| March 7, 2021
2020 a year in numbers

2020 brought devastation across the world as we all faced the effects of the pandemic. The RSGB rose to the challenge of supporting radio amateurs in the UK and providing new ways for people to get started in, or come back to, amateur radio. The April 2021 RadCom will show in detail the work of […]

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Sharing a success story…

| August 11, 2020
Sharing a success story…

It’s been a while since I’ve written an editorial for RadCom and given a view of what has been happening at the RSGB. We have all found ourselves in unusual circumstances in recent months, so I thought it was time to share an update with you. My ‘2019 a year in numbers‘ article and infographic […]

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RSGB papers for IARU-R1 Conference

| July 11, 2020

Papers on a variety of topics by a team of RSGB volunteers are now available for the IARU-R1 Virtual Conference in October. HF-UHF Modernisation and the WRC-23 challenge in the 23cm band all feature  https://conf.iaru-r1.org/part-1/documents/ The full set of IARU papers is due by early August.

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Henry Pinchin, G3VPE, 31st March 2020

| April 6, 2020

Henry was licenced in 1966 and was operational from Spennymoor, County Durham. He became an enthusiastic member of RAYNET soon afterwards, initially with Mid Severn Valley RAYNET Group, then Solihull and Chelmsley Wood RAYNET Group around 1979, and West Midlands County RAYNET Group. From July 1975 to December 1981 he was the RSGB Regional Representative […]

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2019 a year in numbers

| March 1, 2020
2019 a year in numbers

2019 was another busy year in the life of the Society. The infographic (click to enlarge) features some of the highlights from last year whilst this page contains more details and a range of fun facts. The April 2020 RadCom will show in detail the work of the committees and other specialist volunteers, but here […]

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