Amateur innovation thrives

| July 20, 2018

The August RadCom includes an editorial that shows how innovation is alive and well in the amateur radio community.

There are now unprecedented opportunities for experimentation, with, for example software defined radio dongles available for under £10, dual band transceivers for £20, and much more.

The options to dabble, hack and innovate have never been wider.

The RSGB believes we may be at the dawn of a new era of amateur research and innovation.

If you haven’t seen the editorial, you can read it in the Strategy section of the RSGB website.

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