Disabled visitors 10am. Under 12 years free. Refreshments available.
Under 14s free. Bring & Buy. RSGB bookstall. Hot and cold food available.
Talk-in station on S22. Car parking on site. Car boot area. No dogs are allowed, except Guide dog, which is a condition set by the landowner.
Disabled access 8.30am. Car boot sale. Catering. Flea market. Talk-in.
Talk-in station on S22. Free car parking. Huge radio, electronics & computing boot sale. Catering is available on site.
RSGB bookstall. Cafe. Disabled access & facilities. FREE Car parking. BBC: Parking charges waived for ham radio rally
Disabled access 10:00am. Under 12 years free. Refreshments available.
Hosted by South Normanton & Alfreton & District ARC. Disabled facilities. Bar. Catering available. Free parking.
Free car parking. Car boot sale. Bring & Buy. GB4SWR HF station. RSGB bookstall. Catering available.
Talk-in station. Ample car parking. Bring & Buy. RSGB bookstall. Doors open 10.15 for disabled visitors. Catering available.
Talk-in station. Free car parking. Disabled access 9:50am. Bring & Buy. Catering available.
Hosted by Dover Amateur Radio Club Online ticket entrance £3.00; Limited early bird tickets £5.00. Tables £10.00. Online purchase/bookings now available. Bring-and-Buy Sale. Catering. Lectures and Seminars. RSGB Bookstall RSGB examinations visit website for more details, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Disabled Facilities. Free parking.
Bring & Buy. Catering available on site. Ample free parking in adjacent carpark. Rally organised jointly by the Devon & Cornwall Repeater Group and Callington Amateur Radio Society (CARS).
Doors open 9.30am for disabled visitors. Free on-site parking. Four halls of traders. Bring & Buy. Refreshments available.
Open at 10.15am for disabled visitors. Under 16s free. Bring & Buy (book in 10.15am). Catering available.
Free entry for children. Talk In via 145.550MHz using GB4RRR.
Free car parking. Bring & Buy RSGB bookstall. Raffle on day. Catering available.
The geostationary amateur radio narrowband transponder on the Es’hail-2/QO-100 was made available for amateur experimental use on the afternoon of Tuesday, 12 February 2019. The 250kHz bandwidth transponder uses the 2.4GHz band for the uplink with the downlink in the 10.45GHz band and should provide communications over a wide portion of the globe. Potentially both […]
The ITU has updated a key recommendation for cross border usage of Emergency Communications Equipment. The new 2019 edition of ITU Recommendation M-1637 is clearer regarding countries facilitating the use of radio equipment that may be physically brought by visiting relief personnel into the territory where there is a disaster or emergency. The recommendation is […]
The RSGB is in the process of organising Train the Trainers courses for this year. If your club would like to host one then please contact email@example.com. Further details and the list of requirements for hosting the course can be found at rsgb.org/train-the-trainers.
SOS Radio Week 2019 will take place between 0000UTC on 1 May 2019 to 2359UTC on 31 May 2019. Individual amateur radio operators and clubs are invited to register as official SOS Radio Week stations and operate during the month. Stations can be run under individual, club, or special event call signs, from home or […]
Jean-Pierre, F6CTF will be active as 3W9JF from the island of Phu Quoc, AS-128, from the 19 February to 6 March. Plans are to be mainly on the 80, 40, 20 and 17m bands. QSL via eQSL or direct to EA5GL. A group of operators will be on the air as KP3RE from Culebra Island, […]
Members of Radio Club F6KMB will be active as TM6C until 24 March during the traditional Dunkirk Carnival. QSL via F6KMB.