Also in GB2RS this week…

| January 26, 2018

Two more lectures from the RSGB 2017 Convention are being published on the RSGB website. Already online is the talk by James Patterson, M1DST, on M1N-the-Middle, a Flexible Hardware Control Add-On For Your K3. On Wednesday, 31 January this will be followed by Antenna Selection For The 6G DXpeditions by Mike Chamberlain, G3WPH. Both of these excellent presentations will be available in the Convention lectures section at

The RSGB Board has agreed to a Youth Committee proposal to send a UK team to YOTA 2018, which will be held in South Africa. Further details, including how to apply, will be available in due course.

Newton-le-Willows Radio Club in St Helens, Merseyside is hosting an RSGB Train the Trainers from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, 3 March 2018. To book a place contact Lee, M0LGL via email to

Have you seen the RSGB’s live news page? It brings together the main news feed as well as regular updates on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in one easy-to-find place. You don’t need a social media account to see it, so take a look at

Cubetto is a friendly wooden robot that can teach children the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands-on play. On 18 February 2018 The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park will host its second Cubetto event. Under parental supervision, it will explain and explore new modules, blocks, and activities that four to seven-year-olds can undertake, to increase their early years knowledge of basic coding. While the activity itself is free, you will need an entry ticket to the National Museum of Computing—for details, see

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