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vendredi 19 avril 2024

  • RCF recruiting new Trustees
    The Radio Communications Foundation (RCF) is a small charity dedicated to encouraging people to take up radio as a hobby or, in the case of youngsters, considering an RF-based career. The RCF is proud to sponsor Arkwright Scholars, work with the RSGB and Bletchley Park to deliver radio building (...)

  • RSGB Board appoints Chair
    The RSGB Board has met for the first time since the Society's AGM, where three Directors were endorsed to serve as Nominated Directors on the Board and one was confirmed as elected unopposed. The new Board has chosen Dr Stewart Bryant, G3YSX to continue in the role of RSGB Board Chair until the (...)

  • RSGB Board appoints its Chair
    The RSGB Board has met for the first time since the Society’s AGM where three Directors were endorsed to serve as Nominated Directors on the Board and one was confirmed as elected unopposed. The new Board has chosen Dr Stewart Bryant, G3YSX to continue in the role of RSGB Board Chair until the (...)

  • The new licence conditions – RSGB help and support
    Following the introduction in February of the new Ofcom amateur radio licence conditions, the RSGB has continued to provide information and support to radio amateurs to help them make the most of the changes. This has included updates, club talks and a section of the AGM event focused on those (...)

  • Sharing your stories of amateur radio
    Nigel Limb, M7FFU, had a motorbike accident in 2015 that left him with permanent brain damage and partially blind in both eyes, but this didn’t stop him pursuing his childhood dream of obtaining his amateur radio licence. In December 2023 he passed the Foundation Licence exam. In the early 1970s (...)

  • Regional Representative vacancies
    At its recent AGM, the RSGB was delighted to confirm the unopposed election of five Regional Representatives. However, there are still vacancies for Regional Representatives in Region 11, which covers England South-West and the Channel Islands, and also Region 12 which is England East and East (...)

  • Regional Representative vacancies
    At its recent AGM, the RSGB was delighted to confirm the unopposed election of five Regional Representatives. However, there are still vacancies for Regional Representatives in Region 11, which covers England South-West and the Channel Islands, and also Region 12 which is England East and East (...)

  • RSGB Membership Services scheduled downtime
    On Monday, 22 April 2024 the RSGB Membership Services portal will be offline for essential maintenance between 12.00 and 12.30. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused by these essential works. This post will be updated during the work to keep you updated on progress. If there are (...)

mercredi 17 avril 2024

  • RadCom May 2024, Vol. 100, No. 5
    Kenwood TH-D75 review To read this edition, tap or click cover image Regulars Advertisers’ index 85 Antennas, Tony Preedy 18 ATV, Dave Crump, G8GKQ 16 Contest Calendar, Ian Pawson, G0FCT 42 Contesting, Nick Totterdell, G4FAL 60 GHz bands, Dr John Worsnop, G4BAO 58 HF, Daimon Tilley, G4USI 56 (...)

vendredi 12 avril 2024

  • Ofcom releases licence change video
    Ofcom has released a video about changes to the UK amateur radio framework, covering licensing and callsign changes. It also gives some insight into the forthcoming Phase 2 and Phase 3 of the changes for callsigns and special event (...)

  • World Amateur Radio Day coming up
    World Amateur Radio Day is celebrated each year on the 18 April. The theme for 2024 is A Century of Connections: Celebrating 100 Years of Amateur Radio Innovation, Community and Advocacy. The global event covers all of the IARU regions and runs from 0000UTC on Thursday, 18 April 2024 to 0000UTC (...)

  • Join us live for the RSGB AGM on Saturday 13 April
    Remember to join us tomorrow for the RSGB AGM online. The deadlines for submitting questions in advance have now passed, but you can still ask a question via the YouTube live chat in the second part of the meeting. In this important event in the RSGB calendar you’ll hear some very positive (...)

  • PSC member in BBC solar eclipse article
    On Monday 8 April 2024, a total solar eclipse gripped North America as radio amateurs worldwide looked on to see its effect on the ionosphere. This included RSGB Propagation Studies Committee (PSC) associate member Gwyn Griffiths, G3ZIL, who was interviewed by BBC news on the topic. The (...)

  • PSC member Gwyn Griffiths, G3ZIL interviewed by the BBC
    On Monday 8 April, a total solar eclipse gripped North America as radio amateurs worldwide looked on to see its effect on the ionosphere. This included RSGB Propagation Committee associate member Gwyn Griffiths, G3ZIL, who was interviewed by BBC news on the topic. The article, which was shared (...)

  • RSGB call for radio amateurs enjoying the new licence conditions
    During May, the RSGB Photo Friday feature on social media will highlight radio amateurs who are taking advantage of the new licence conditions. You could be an individual who is discovering different things to enjoy with the new power levels, or who is encouraging friends and family to get on (...)

  • RSGB President interviewed by BBC
    On 11 April, BBC Radio 4 Feedback presenter Andrea Catherwood looked at why the Long Wave frequency is being shut down by the BBC. She interviewed RSGB President John McCullagh, GI4BWM, and in the final programme a brief clip was used in which John gives his opinion on the possible impact for (...)

vendredi 5 avril 2024

  • AGM – final reminder
    Are you an RSGB member? Have you voted on the AGM resolutions? The deadline for voting is 9am on Thursday 11 April. Online voting is available 24 hours a day, so make sure you use your vote before then. Registration for asking a question live via Zoom has now closed but there is still time (...)

  • Join a friend offer
    Don’t forget that the RSGB has launched a new opportunity to get even more out of your RSGB membership. If you recommend a friend who hasn’t been an RSGB member during the last 12 months, you will both receive £10 cashback when they become a member paying by direct debit. Whether you’re an (...)

  • April 2024 Tonight @ 8
    The latest Tonight @ 8 webinar is on Monday, 8 April 2024, when Whitham Reeve will be looking at high frequency aurora reflections observed at Anchorage in Alaska, USA. The presentation will include an overview of early investigations and concepts that underlie the observations of aurora (...)

  • April Tonight@8
    The latest Tonight@8 webinar is on Monday 8 April. Whitham Reeve will be looking at High Frequency aurora reflections observed at Anchorage in Alaska in the United States of America. The presentation will include an overview of early investigations and concepts that underlie the observations of (...)

  • AGM – final reminder
    Are you an RSGB member? Have you voted on the AGM resolutions? The deadline for voting is 9am on Thursday 11 April. Online voting is available 24 hours a day, so make sure you use your vote before then. Registration for asking a question live via Zoom has now closed but there is still time (...)

  • Making the most of the new licence conditions
    Are you making the most of the new amateur radio licence conditions already? Or are you still discovering what has changed and how it applies to you? The RSGB website has a range of resources about the Ofcom consultation, the new licence conditions and where to find help and guidance. You’ll (...)

  • Join a friend offer
    Don’t forget that the RSGB has launched a new opportunity to get even more out of your RSGB membership. If you recommend a friend who hasn’t been an RSGB member during the last 12 months, you will both receive £10 cashback when they become a member paying by direct debit. Whether you’re an (...)

jeudi 28 mars 2024

  • RSGB strategic priority updates
    At the Discussion with the Board session at the RSGB Convention last year, the President John McCullagh, GI4BWM committed the Board to giving regular updates on work being done to fulfil the RSGB’s strategic priorities. Since the beginning of this year, a monthly report has been shared in RadCom (...)

  • RSGB strategic priority updates
    At the Discussion with the Board session at the RSGB Convention last year, the President John McCullagh, GI4BWM committed the Board to giving regular updates on work being done to fulfil the RSGB’s strategic priorities. Since the beginning of this year, a monthly report has been shared in RadCom (...)

  • RSGB AGM – vote and ask a question
    A reminder that the RSGB AGM will take place at 10am on Saturday 13 April. It is being held online to ensure as many members as possible can watch and take part. The formal business of the meeting will include the results of members’ votes on the resolutions, including the endorsement of three (...)

  • RSGB AGM – vote and ask a question
    A reminder that the RSGB AGM will take place at 10am on Saturday 13 April. It is being held online to ensure as many members as possible can watch and take part. The formal business of the meeting will include the results of members’ votes on the resolutions, including the endorsement of three (...)

  • Chris Whitmarsh, G0FDZ receives RSGB Lifetime Achievement Award
    Congratulations to Chris Whitmarsh, G0FDZ who has been presented with an RSGB Lifetime Achievement Award by RSGB President John McCullagh, GI4BWM and RSGB Board Chair Stewart Bryant, G3YSX. Chris is the only amateur in the UK to have had a two-way QSO on every single amateur band for which we (...)

  • Chris Whitmarsh, G0FDZ receives RSGB Lifetime Achievement Award
    Congratulations to Chris Whitmarsh, G0FDZ who has been presented with an RSGB Lifetime Achievement Award by RSGB President John McCullagh, GI4BWM and RSGB Board Chair Stewart Bryant, G3YSX. Chris is the only amateur in the UK to have had a two-way QSO on every single amateur band for which we (...)

  • RadCom Basics, No. 39, March 2024
    We are pleased to announce the March 2024 edition of RadCom Basics is now available on the RSGB website In this edition, Mark Hartley, M0XCZ reflects upon his own experiences of portable operating, and provides an account aimed at encouraging amateurs to get out there and experience (...)

mardi 26 mars 2024

  • COMPLETED – RSGB Membership Services scheduled downtime
    UPDATE 27/03/2024 15:15 Membership Services is now back online – thank you for your patience during this afternoon’s work, it is much appreciated. UPDATE 27/03/2024 15:05 We are just waiting on confirmation of job completion from our technical team – more details to follow shortly. We now expect (...)

vendredi 22 mars 2024

  • Join a friend offer
    Join a friend and receive cashback! Here is a great opportunity to get even more out of your RSGB membership. If you recommend a friend who hasn’t been an RSGB member during the last 12 months, you will both receive £10 cashback when they become a member paying by direct debit. Whether you’re an (...)

  • Planning Advisory Committee needs members
    The RSGB Planning Advisory Committee would like additional volunteers to join its advisory panel. Volunteers deal with queries from members about problems they face in getting planning permission for masts and aerials. These enquiries can be for support in making an application to the local (...)

  • RSGB Committee reports
    The April 2024 edition of RadCom contains the annual reports of the RSGB Committees, teams, groups and Honorary Officers. These reports give an overview of activities for the many important areas of the Society that support and develop amateur radio. You can also read them on our website. We’d (...)

  • RSGB Committee reports
    The April edition of RadCom contains the annual reports of the RSGB Committees, Teams, Groups and Honorary Officers. These reports give an overview of activities for the many important areas of the Society that support and develop amateur radio. You can also read them on our website We’d like to (...)

  • RSGB Planning Advisory Committee needs members
    The RSGB Planning Advisory Committee would like additional volunteers to join its advisory panel. Volunteers deal with queries from members about problems they face in getting planning permission for masts and aerials. These enquiries can be for support in making an application to the local (...)

mardi 19 mars 2024

  • Join a friend offer
    Join a friend and receive cashback! Here is a great opportunity to get even more out of your RSGB membership. If you recommend a friend who hasn’t been an RSGB member during the last 12 months, you will both receive £10 cashback when they become a member paying by direct debit. Whether you’re an (...)

vendredi 15 mars 2024

  • RSGB 2024 AGM
    The RSGB 2024 AGM will take place at 10am on Saturday, 13 April 2024 and will be held online to ensure as many members as possible can watch and take part. The formal business of the meeting will include the results of members’ votes on the resolutions, including the endorsement of three (...)

  • British Science Week reports
    British Science Week is drawing to a close and lots of exciting activities have been going on. Radio amateurs across the country have been encouraging young people to explore and understand our hobby and there have been some wonderful ways of incorporating the theme of Time into amateur radio (...)

  • RadCom contesting column
    The RadCom contesting column has new editors! The RSGB Contest Committees will be overseeing the column and have planned a schedule of topics. Some will be written by members of the three contesting committees, and some by others who can share their experiences. As well as information about (...)

  • RadCom contesting column
    The RadCom contesting column has new editors! The RSGB Contest Committees will be overseeing the column and have planned a schedule of topics. Some will be written by members of the three contesting committees, and some by others who can share their experiences. As well as information about (...)

  • Exam bookings at new prices
    Early in February 2024, the RSGB announced that the fees for Foundation, Intermediate and Full level examinations would increase from 1 May 2024. You can now use the online booking system to book an exam prior to 1 May 2024 at the current price, or select exam dates from 1 May 2024 at the new (...)

  • Exam bookings at new prices
    Early in February the RSGB announced that the fees for Foundation, Intermediate and Full level examinations would increase from 1 May 2024. You can now use the online booking system to book an exam prior to 1 May at the current price or select exam dates from 1 May at the new prices. Please (...)

  • British Science Week reports
    British Science Week is drawing to a close and lots of exciting activities have been going on. Radio amateurs across the country have been encouraging young people to explore and understand our hobby and there have been some wonderful ways of incorporating the theme of “Time” into amateur radio (...)

mercredi 13 mars 2024

  • RSGB 2024 AGM
    The RSGB 2024 AGM will take place at 10am on Saturday, 13 April and will be held online to ensure as many members as possible can watch and take part. The formal business of the meeting will include the results of members’ votes on the resolutions, including the endorsement of three Nominated (...)

  • RadCom April 2024, Vol. 100, No. 4
    New licence conditions now in place To read this edition, tap or click cover image Regulars Advertisers’ index 85 Antennas, Tim Hier, G5TM 18 Contest Calendar, Ian Pawson, G0FCT 20 Contesting, Nick Totterdell, G4FAL 54 Data, Andy Talbot, G4JNT 28 GHz bands, Dr John Worsnop, G4BAO 60 HF, John (...)

vendredi 8 mars 2024

  • Changes to RSGB HF contests
    The RSGB HF Contest Committee has introduced a couple of rules to address changes in licence conditions that came into effect from 21 February. UK&CD entrants are required to use a Regional Secondary Locator (RSL) where it is necessary to clarify the entity from which they are operating. (...)

  • Applications open for YOTA Czechia
    Are you: Aged 18-25? Passionate about all things radio? Ready for exciting experiences, making new friends and shaping the future of amateur radio? Why not apply to be part of the RSGB YOTA team going to the YOTA Czechia summer camp this year? You can find out more on the RSGB website. Go to (...)

  • British Science Week gets underway
    British Science Week (BSW) started on Friday, 8 March 2024 and continues until Friday, 17 March 2024. Please have a look at the list of times that participants will be on the air and try to respond to them. These will nearly all be students who will be making their very first QSOs working with (...)

  • British Science Week gets underway
    British Science Week (BSW) started on Friday 8 March and continues until Friday 17 March. Please have a look at the list of times that participants will be on the air and try to respond to them. These will nearly all be students who will be making their very first QSOs working with local (...)

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