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IARU turns 95

| April 9, 2020

Saturday, 18 April 2020 is World Amateur Radio Day, this year marking the 95th anniversary of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU). Around the world, amateur radio special event stations will mark the event on the air, starting on the 18th at 0000UTC and continuing until the 19th at 2359. The theme this year is […]

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EMC help is on hand

| April 9, 2020

Looking for help with an EMC problem? The RSGB’s EMC web pages at rsgb.org/emc have a range of resources that will help, including guidance on several EMC issues and helpful leaflets to download. The RSGB’s YouTube channel also has the RFI Clinic 2019 Convention lecture by the EMC Committee’s John Rogers, M0JAV and David Lauder, […]

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Commonwealth War Graves Commission at NRC

| April 9, 2020

A few weeks ago, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission visited the RSGB National Radio Centre (NRC) at Bletchley Park to make a film about the B2 Mk III spy set on display in the foyer. The video features RSGB member John Ellerton, G3NCN and can be viewed on YouTube.

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Also in GB2RS this week…

| April 9, 2020

From 13 April 2020, Matt, M0PTO will be uploading videos to YouTube for a new course called Lockdown Morse. The YouTube channel is at youtu.be/RWDqg8bCSqM. He also created a Facebook page for the course at facebook.com/lockdownmorse. The RSGB has released a video on its YouTube Channel by the Society’s Propagation Studies Committee entitled Understanding HF […]

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G2HCG becomes centenarian this week

| April 3, 2020

A good news story to start this week’s news. The RSGB would like to wish Bill Sykes, G2HCG a happy 100th birthday for Wednesday, 8 April 2020. Bill is well-known for his involvement with JBeam aerials and for his in-depth knowledge of aerials in general. He is still active, mostly on 80m slow scan television.

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Remember to vote in RSGB elections

| April 3, 2020

Don’t forget that voting for the RSGB elections is still open. If you’ve struggled to find your Membership number, the Society has made it easier for you by adding it to the righthand sidebar of your Members’ page when you log into Membership Services. This is your opportunity to choose who you want to be […]

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