RSSGB2RS Special Events

Special Events News – 24 March 2019

| March 22, 2019

From the 25 March to 1 April David, G4YVM will be running GB5EEE, Europe Europe Europe. Operating from Salisbury, he will be mostly CW. This is one of several special event stations planned to be on the air around the 29 March to mark the intended date of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, from […]

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Special Events News – 17 March 2019

| March 15, 2019

This Sunday, the 17th, Army, Sea and Air Cadet units in the UK will be carrying out Exercise Blue Ham 19 as part of a weekend of activity. Operating on the 5MHz shared band, operation is expected from 8am to 5pm. QSO exchange details can be found at alphacharlie.org.uk/exercise-blue-ham and amateurs may claim a certificate […]

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Special Events News – 10 March 2019

| March 8, 2019

As part of British Science Week, Frodsham C of E school will be operating GB2OVE on 12 and 13 March, from 12 noon to 3pm on both days. If you hear the young people on the air, please give them a call. The James Clerk Maxwell Radio Society will be operating from Parton Kirk, Parton […]

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Special Events News – 3 March 2019

| March 1, 2019

TC10GITRAD is the special call sign for the Giresun Radio Amateurs and Nature Sports Association to celebrate their 10th anniversary. It will be active until the end of the year. QSL via Logbook of The World, eQSL, direct or via the bureau.

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Special Events News – 24 February 2019

| February 22, 2019

H31A is being used to commemorate 500 years of the foundation of Panama City, Panama. The station will be on the air at various times until 15 August. They will be operating on the 80 to 10m bands, particularly using digital modes, RTTY, PSK31 and FT8, and some SSB. For more information, please refer to […]

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Special Events News – 17 February 2019

| February 15, 2019

Members of Radio Club F6KMB will be active as TM6C until 24 March during the traditional Dunkirk Carnival. QSL via F6KMB.

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