RSSGB2RS Special Events

Special Events News – 22 March 2020

| March 20, 2020

Covid–19 is affecting special event stations too. GB1SCW was due to take place on the 7th of June from the National Coastwatch Institution facilities at Shoreham. However, the NCI has closed their watch stations until further notice. When there is more information, any updates will be shown closer to the event on QRZ.com

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Special Events News – 15 March 2020

| March 13, 2020

GB0SPD, GB2SPD and GB4SPD are three special callsigns that will celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The St Patrick’s Day On The Air event will run from 1200UTC on the 16th of March until 1200UTC on the 18th of March. See http://stpatrickaward.webs.com/ for details. It is 700 years since the first written mention of Dobruška, so the […]

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Special Events News – 8 March 2020

| March 6, 2020

On the weekend of 14 and 15 March, the Shepparton and District ARC will connect amateur transceivers to the curtain array and rhombic antennas at the Broadcast Australia site in Shepparton, which is located in North Central Victoria, Australia. This site was previously a short wave Radio Australia location. VI3RA will be on the air […]

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Special Events News – 1 March 2020

| February 28, 2020

We have received no details of special event stations operating this week.

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Special Events News – 23 February 2020

| February 21, 2020

Many Greenland and Denmark radio amateur stations will be celebrating the 80th birthday of Her Majesty, The Queen of Denmark in these two DXCC entities. Look for special event stations OX80HM and OZ80HM to be active on all bands until 16 April. QSL via OZ1ACB OQRS. A special royal award will be available, see qrz.com […]

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Special Events News – 16 February 2020

| February 14, 2020

Members of the Bruneck section of the ARI, the Italian national society, will be using II3BIA until 23 February to celebrate the Biathlon World Championships in Italy. Operations will be on all bands between 160 and 10m as well as 2m and 70cm using CW, SSB, digital modes and QO-100 satellite. QSL via IN3ZWF, by […]

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