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vendredi 23 février 2024

  • Ofcom consultation decisions announced
    Ofcom has released its final decisions following its consultation on the amateur radio licensing framework last year. Revised licence conditions became effective on Wednesday 21 of February 2024. The changes to licence conditions include the optional use of Regional Secondary Locators, (...)

  • EMF assessments reminder
    Given that increased transmitter power limits are now available to UK licensees, all amateurs are reminded that they are required to carry out EMF assessments. To help you do this, advice and an online EMF calculator can be found on the RSGB website at (...)

  • RSGB Band Plans
    The RSGB Band Plans for 2024 were published in the March 2024 issue of RadCom. They are also available on the RSGB website. This year’s changes support the new Ofcom licensing framework and guidance, particularly in the VHF and UHF bands. All amateurs are reminded to consult the Band Plans (...)

  • EMF assessments reminder
    Given that increased transmitter power limits are now available to UK licensees, all amateurs are reminded that they are required to carry out EMF assessments. To help you do this, advice and an online EMF calculator can be found on the RSGB (...)

  • Ofcom consultation decisions announced
    Ofcom has released its final decisions following its consultation on the amateur radio licensing framework last year. Revised licence conditions became effective on Wednesday 21 of February 2024. The changes to licence conditions include the optional use of Regional Secondary Locators, (...)

  • RSGB Band Plans
    The RSGB Band Plans for 2024 were published in the March issue of RadCom. They are also available via the RSGB website This year’s changes support the new Ofcom licensing framework and guidance, particularly in the VHF and UHF bands. All amateurs are reminded to consult the Band Plans before (...)

  • New British Science Week resources and events
    The list of amateur radio events taking place in British Science Week and the resource suggestions are growing. GB3RS, the radio station at the RSGB National Radio Centre at Bletchley Park could be available for QSOs with stations operating as part of British Science Week. Contact the RSGB’s BSW (...)

  • RadCom paper wrapper trial
    The RSGB has been trialling paper wrappers for RadCom as part of its plans to be more environmentally friendly. The Society has been collating feedback and is aware that there have been particular problems with the gluing of the RadCom wrappers this month. Please be assured that the RSGB is (...)

jeudi 22 février 2024

  • 2023 – a year in numbers
    During a year when the global landscape shifted once more, with conflicts across the world and economic difficulties touching the lives of individuals, we were pleased to see that the amateur radio community continues to thrive. It may have changed shape and adapted with the times, but the RSGB (...)

mercredi 21 février 2024

  • Ofcom releases consultation decisions
    Ofcom has released its final decisions following its consultation on the amateur radio licensing framework last year. You can read more on the Ofcom website: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/news-centre/2024/amateur-radio-more-freedom-to-innovate We will continue to release information and support for (...)

vendredi 16 février 2024

  • AGM 2024: Ask the RSGB Board a question
    Over the last few years, the RSGB has been developing the way in which the Board can be asked questions at the Society’s online AGM. Last year, people were able to ask questions over YouTube live chat, as well as submitting written questions in advance. This year, in response to members’ (...)

  • Get involved with British Science Week
    The RSGB has a collection of resources to help you get involved with British Science Week, which runs from the 8 to the 17 March 2024, and this year has the theme of Time. If you already have something planned, please let the RSGB know. This will be useful for others to see and might (...)

  • Ask the RSGB Board a question during the Society’s 2024 AGM
    Over the last few years, the RSGB has been developing the way in which the Board can be asked questions at the Society’s online AGMs. Last year people were able to ask questions via the YouTube live chat as well as submitting written questions in advance. This year, in response to members’ (...)

  • Get involved with British Science Week
    The RSGB has a collection of resources to help you get involved with British Science Week, which runs from the 8 to the 17 March this year and has the theme of ‘Time’. If you already have something planned, please let the RSGB know. This will be useful for others to see and might inspire (...)

  • Registration is now open for Maritime Radio Day 2024
    Registration is now open for Maritime Radio Day 2024 which takes place annually on the 14 and 15 April. The event is held to commemorate the almost 100 years of wireless telegraphy service for seafarers which ended with the closure in the UK of Portishead Radio on the 30th of April 2000. (...)

  • Register for Maritime Radio Day 2024
    Registration is now open for Maritime Radio Day 2024, which takes place annually on 14 and 15 April. The event is held to commemorate the almost 100 years of wireless telegraphy service for seafarers which ended with the closure in the UK of Portishead Radio on 30 April 2000. Commencing at (...)

mercredi 14 février 2024

  • RadCom March 2024, Vol. 100, No. 3
    Kanga Products Rooster transceiver review To read this edition, tap or click cover image Regulars Advertisers’ index 85 Antennas, Tim Hier, G5TM 18 ATV, Dave Crump, G8GKQ 16 Contest Calendar, Ian Pawson, G0FCT 61 Contesting, Chris Tran, GM3WOJ 68 GHz bands, Dr John Worsnop, G4BAO 28 HF, John (...)

vendredi 9 février 2024

  • RSGB 2024 Board and Regional Team elections
    The outcome of the 2024 Board and Regional Team election process has been announced by the RSGB Company Secretary and Elections Officer, Stephen Purser, GW4SHF. These results come into force at the RSGB 2024 AGM and, until that time, the current Regional Representatives remain in their roles. (...)

  • RSGB British Science Week Challenge
    The theme of British Science Week this year is Time. Both time and the closely related concept of frequency, are of vital importance to radio communications. The RSGB has announced a new challenge for British Science Week linked to this theme. The challenge has categories for every age group (...)

  • RSGB Spectrum and licensing update
    A busy year has seen several online RSGB Spectrum Forum meetings. Two meetings held in January considered the Ofcom notice period for ‘representations’ and areas where band plan adjustments would be needed, as well as more regular items such as annual group reports. The RSGB website now has these (...)

  • RSGB Spectrum and licensing update
    A busy year has seen several online RSGB Spectrum Forum meetings. Two meetings held in January considered the Ofcom notice period for ‘representations’ and areas where band plan adjustments would be needed, as well as more regular items such as annual group reports. The RSGB website now has these (...)

  • RSGB British Science Week Challenge
    The theme of British Science Week this year is Time. Both time and the closely related concept of frequency, are of vital importance to radio communications. The RSGB has announced a new challenge for British Science Week linked to this theme. The challenge has categories for every age group (...)

jeudi 8 février 2024

  • RSGB 2024 Board and Regional Team elections
    The outcome of the 2024 Board and Regional Team election process has been announced by the RSGB Company Secretary and Elections Officer, Stephen Purser, GW4SHF. These results come into force at the RSGB 2024 AGM and, until that time, the current Regional Representatives remain in their roles. (...)

mardi 6 février 2024

  • An update on the amateur radio licence exams
    As previously announced, the amateur radio licence examinations will need to change to reflect the changes to the licence conditions announced by Ofcom. The scale of the licence changes will have a significant impact on Section 1 of the syllabus (licensing) and a small impact on Section 7 (...)

vendredi 2 février 2024

  • Do you live in RSGB Region 5?
    RSGB Region 5 covers the West Midlands area of England, from Staffordshire to the Welsh borders and down to Gloucestershire. The RSGB is looking for three volunteers to take up the roles of DR52 (Central and East Birmingham), DR53 (Shropshire, North Worcestershire and West Birmingham) and DR54 (...)

  • February Tonight@8 webinar
    The RSGB’s next Tonight@8 live webinar is on Monday 5 February. Gwyn Griffiths, G3ZIL will present a presentation called “Propagation at HF: What can we learn using digital modes WSPR and FST4W?” Gwyn is an associate member of the RSGB Propagation Studies Committee and will present some new and (...)

  • February Tonight @ 8 webinar
    The RSGB’s next Tonight @ 8 live webinar is on Monday, 5 February 2024. Gwyn Griffiths, G3ZIL will present Propagation at HF: What Can we Learn Using Digital Modes WSPR and FST4W? Gwyn is an associate member of the RSGB Propagation Studies Committee and will present some new and exciting (...)

  • British Science Week resources
    The RSGB is collecting resources to help you get involved with British Science Week, which runs from 8 to 17 March. The theme this year is ‘Time’. If you have any resources and are willing to share them, please send them in. The RSGB has provided some already, including an example risk assessment (...)

  • British Science Week resources
    The RSGB is collecting resources to help you get involved with British Science Week, which runs from 8 to 17 March 2024. The theme this year is Time. If you have any resources and are willing to share them, please send them in. The RSGB has provided some already, including an example risk (...)

jeudi 1er février 2024

  • Exam prices to change
    The RSGB is being affected by higher-than-inflation increases across the exam processes. The Society is not passing this total increase onto candidates, but the RSGB Board has reviewed the amateur radio licence exam fees and has decided that there needs to be an increase from 1 May 2024. (...)

  • RSGB elections – nominations now closed
    Nominations for the one Board Director and eight Regional Team posts closed at 23.59 on 31 January 2024 Our sincere thanks to everyone who took the time to participate in the nominations process.

vendredi 26 janvier 2024

  • RSGB elections – final call for nominations
    The deadline for nominations in the RSGB elections is Wednesday, 31 January 2024. If you would like to stand for the one elected Director role, or for any of the eight Regional Representative vacancies, you will need to complete the nomination process by 23:59 on Wednesday, 31 January 2024. (...)

  • Build-a-radio workshops for British Science Week
    As part of its British Science Week activities, the RSGB is organising two build-a-radio workshops at Bletchley Park on Sunday, 17 March 2024. Funded by the Radio Communications Foundation (RCF) these fun workshops are a great way for young people to try a practical amateur radio activity. They (...)

  • Registration for SOS Radio Week is open
    SOS Radio Week is an annual event that takes place throughout the month of May to celebrate the work of the volunteers from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), Independent Lifeboats, and National Coastwatch stations around the British Isles. Members of these organisations save many (...)

  • Registration for SOS Radio Week is open
    SOS Radio Week is an annual event that takes place throughout the month of May to celebrate the work of the volunteers from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), Independent Lifeboats, and National Coastwatch stations around the British Isles. Members of these organisations save many (...)

  • RadCom Basics, No. 38, January 2024
    We are pleased to announce the January 2024 edition of RadCom Basics is now available on the RSGB website In this edition, Fraser Wenseth, MM0EFI looks at the sources of information needed to activate UK Bunkers on the Air (UKBOTA) sites, and explains how to make the most of this new portable (...)

  • RadCom Basics, No. 38, January 2024
    We are pleased to announce the January 2024 edition of RadCom Basics is now available on the RSGB website In this edition, Fraser Wenseth, MM0EFI looks at the sources of information needed to activate UK Bunkers on the Air (UKBOTA) sites, and explains how to make the most of this new portable (...)

  • Build a radio workshops for British Science Week
    As part of its British Science Week activities, the RSGB is organising two build-a-radio workshops at Bletchley Park on Sunday 17 March. Funded by the Radio Communications Foundation these fun workshops are a great way for young people to try a practical amateur radio activity. They will build (...)

  • Presentations released on VHF airborne radar and WRTC 26
    The RSGB has released a further three presentations from its 2023 Convention. In the first, Professor Simon Watts, G3XXH gives a fascinating presentation about VHF airborne radar and the design and performance of these early systems in World War II. The other two presentations focus on the (...)

  • RSGB elections – final call for nominations
    The deadline for nominations in the RSGB elections is Wednesday, 31 January. If you would like to stand for the one elected Director role or for any of the eight Regional Representative vacancies, you will need to complete the nomination process by 23:59 on Wednesday. Full details of the (...)

mardi 23 janvier 2024

  • RadCom Plus, Vol. 9, No. 1
    To read this edition, tap or click the cover image Contents 1 Excessive RF level protection filters Tom Alldread, VA7TA 16 Building and testing antenna noise cancellers Sheldon Hutchison, N6JJA 28 Fourier transforms in digital communications: a geometric approach Michael Toia, K3MT 35 The (...)

  • RadCom Plus, Vol. 9, No. 1
    To read this edition, tap or click the cover image Contents 1 Excessive RF level protection filters Tom Alldread, VA7TA 16 Building and testing antenna noise cancellers Sheldon Hutchison, N6JJA 28 Fourier transforms in digital communications: a geometric approach Michael Toia, K3MT 35 The (...)

vendredi 19 janvier 2024

  • RSGB British Science Week activities
    This year's British Science Week runs from 8 to 17 March 2024 with the theme of Time. This event is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of amateur radio in your local area. The RSGB has some great activity ideas you could try at your local school, Scout or Guiding group, or local youth (...)

  • Chris Deacon, G4IFX PhD for propagation research
    Chris Deacon, G4IFX has been awarded a PhD from the University of Bath after completing research on propagation. His thesis was entitled: “Radio propagation through ionospheric Sporadic-E”. This part-time work over many years involved looking at Sporadic E on six metres, including making novel (...)

  • RSGB strategic priorities – updates
    At the Discussion with the Board session at the RSGB 2023 Convention, the RSGB President, John McCullagh, GI4BWM confirmed that the Board would keep members updated regularly on progress with the new strategic priorities. Two updates have now appeared in the January and February issues of (...)

  • RSGB strategic priorities updates
    At the Discussion with the Board session at the RSGB 2023 Convention, RSGB President, John McCullagh, GI4BWM confirmed that the Board would keep members updated regularly on progress with the new strategic priorities. Two updates have now appeared in the January and February 2024 issues of (...)

  • RSGB elections – deadline approaches
    The deadline for applications for the one elected RSGB Board Director position and eight Regional Representative roles is Wednesday, 31 January. Amateur radio needs a strong and active national society so don’t leave it to everyone else, step forward for one of these roles and play your part in (...)

  • RSGB elections – deadline approaches
    The deadline for applications for the one elected RSGB Board Director position, and eight Regional Representative roles is Wednesday, 31 January 2024. Amateur radio needs a strong and active national society, so don’t leave it to everyone else. Step forward for one of these roles, and play your (...)

  • RSGB British Science Week activities
    This year’s British Science Week runs from 8 to 17 March with the theme of Time. This event is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of amateur radio in your local area. The RSGB has some great activity ideas you could try at your local school, Scout or Guiding group or local youth club. Go (...)

mercredi 17 janvier 2024

  • RadCom February 2024, Vol. 100, No. 2
    ARCO smart antenna rotator controller review To read this edition, tap or click cover image Regulars Advertisers’ index 85 Antennas, Tim Hier, G5TM 18 Contest Calendar, Ian Pawson, G0FCT 23 Contesting, Chris Tran, GM3WOJ 54 Data, Andy Talbot, G4JNT 28 GHz bands, Dr John Worsnop, G4BAO 60 HF, (...)

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