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Errors and Omissions

Whilst the Radio Society of Great Britain — the publisher — takes all reasonable care in the production of RadCom, we can accept no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies or omissions contained within the magazine or any subsequent loss arising from any use thereof. Reliance placed on the contents of RadCom is at the reader’s own risk. We urge any reader to take all precautions appropriate to avoid any loss or damage to equipment and ensure the personal safety of themselves and others when using material contained in RadCom. It should be also noted that patent or copyright protection may exist in relation to any items within this magazine. The RSGB does not accept any responsibility for failing to identify any such patents, copyright or any other protection.

Readers are also reminded that the use of radio transmission and reception equipment— including scanning— is subject to licensing and the erection of external aerials may be subject to local authority planning regulations.


Although RSGB staff and the staff of Danby Advertising — its Advertising Agent — take reasonable precautions to protect the interests of readers by ensuring as far as practicable that advertisements in the pages of RadCom are bona fide, the magazine and its publisher, the RSGB, cannot accept any undertaking in respect of claims made by advertisers, whether these advertisements are printed as part of the magazine, or are in the form of inserts. Under no circumstances will the magazine accept liability for non-receipt of goods ordered, late delivery, or faults in manufacture. Legal remedies are available in respect of some of these circumstances, and readers who have complaints should address them to the advertiser or should consult a local Trading Standards Office, a Citizens’ Advice Bureau, or their own solicitors. The publishers make no representation, express or implied, that equipment advertised conforms with any legal requirements of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations 1992. Readers should note that prices advertised may not be accurate due to currency exchange rate fluctuatons, or tax changes.

Changing your RadCom Mailing Preference

If you want you are able to switch off the physical posting of a RadCom each month.  There is no reduction of membership fee if you want to do this and no other membership benefit is altered by making this change.  This can be either a temporary measure or permanent as suits you and the same form is used to switch the posting of RadCom on or off.  If you would like to change your RadCom mailing please click here for the form.