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SSTV sked from ISS

| July 30, 2021

Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) are planning to transmit slow-scan TV (SSTV) images on 145.800MHz FM using the SSTV mode PD-120. The transmissions will be made from RS0ISS in the Russian ISS service module. The dates are planned as the 6 August 2021 from 1050 to 1910UTC, and the 7 August 2021 […]

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New interlinked GB2RS broadcast

| July 30, 2021

We’re always seeking new ways to bring you GB2RS each week, and now we have news of an interlinked broadcast. John, G4TRN and Sean, G7NJX have interlinked GB3ZB and GB3FI to extend their 70cm broadcast to both sides of the Mendips. Thank you to them and all the other newsreaders who bring the news to […]

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Amateur on University Challenge

| July 30, 2021

Nikolas, M0IPY, who is Chair of Cambridge University Wireless Society, will be appearing in the Emmanuel College team on University Challenge. The programme airs Monday, 2 August 2021 at 8.30pm. Why not watch and cheer his team on! Nikolas also recently took part in the VHF NFD in Cambridge. You can find out more details […]

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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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RadCom Basics – July 2021 edition now out

| July 23, 2021

We are pleased to announce the July 2021 edition of RadCom Basics is now available at rsgb.org/radcom-basics. In this edition you can read about split frequency operation, and more on logging and eLog, amongst other subjects. Check out all the topics covered by new and familiar contributors—whether you’re new to the hobby, or returning and […]

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NRC Net to close

| July 23, 2021

As life returns, we hope, to a degree of normality, the regular weekday National Radio Centre net will cease. Instead, at 10.30am on 3.737MHz an informal gathering will take place for those that want to call in and have a QSO. The RSGB would like to thank Nigel, G4RWI, who ran the NRC 80m net […]

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