RadCom Basics November 2021, No. 25

| February 1, 2022

Welcome to the latest edition

I hope you enjoy reading RadCom Basics and it’s of real help whether you are new to the hobby or just looking to brush up on the basics.

My best wishes

Lee, G4EJB, Editor.

Key icon

In this edition…

  • Welcome to the November 2021 edition Lee, G4EJB, Editor
    This month, I briefly look at how following regular articles in RadCom can encourage an long-term interest and where to find previous articles
  • Chasing awards
    Lindsay Pennell, G8PMA introduces Chasing Awards to RadCom Basics readers – getting newcomers, young and old, involved in many aspects of our hobby and giving them recognition for taking those steps
  • Entering a contest: part three
    In the final part, Ian Pawson, G0FCT concludes with step-by-step guidance to help you become more effective in contests – complete with audio file examples
  • Worked All Britain (WAB)
    A brief introduction by James Stevens, M0JCQ will get you started in a great pursuit to increase on-the-air activity and create friendships
  • Getting started in Logbook of The World: part two
    Jonathan Constable, M5FUN/AC9PG rounds off his instructional guide to the ARRL’s LoTW with hints and tips – ideal for chasing those DXCC awards with HF propagation now improving
  • Index of RadCom Basics articles, editions 1 to 25
    Provides you with an up-to-date reference to all RadCom Basics articles

About RadCom Basics

RadCom Basics is a bi-monthly digital publication for RSGB Members new to amateur radio that explores key aspects of amateur radio in a straightforward and accessible way.

Category: RadCom Basics