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jeudi 25 novembre 2021

  • RSGB IT Helpdesk still very busy
    We have been very busy again this week, so unfortunately we have not been able to process as much of the support ticket backlog as we expected. However, we are continuing to answer queued tickets as fast as we can and now expect to reach most outstanding cases by Monday at the latest. Again our (...)

  • RadCom Basics November 2021, No. 25
    We are pleased to announce the new edition of RadCom Basics is now out at rsgb.org/radcom-basics We hope you enjoy the November 2021 edition and find it of real help whether you are new to the hobby or just looking to brush up on the basics. In this edition – Chasing awards Lindsay Pennell, (...)

lundi 22 novembre 2021

  • Situation improving on RSGB IT Helpdesk
    We are aware that there have been very long wait times on the RSGB IT Helpdesk—this is due to an exceptionally high number of tickets currently waiting in the system Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience. We are working hard to answer all outstanding tickets, and the situation has now (...)

  • RadCom December 2021, Vol. 97, No. 12
    The Centenary of the Transatlantic Tests – A celebration! To read this edition, tap or click cover image News and Reports Around Your Region – Club events calendar 84 Around Your Region – Events roundup 88 New products 16 News 14 RadCom index 2021 76 RSGB Matters 6 RSGB Convention 2021 online, (...)

vendredi 19 novembre 2021

  • IARU presents award to Don, G3BJ
    Former IARU Region 1 President and RSGB Past-President Don Beattie, G3BJ, was recently presented with the prestigious Michael J. Owen Award by the IARU Administrative Council. The award recognises those outstanding volunteers whose exceptional service to the IARU reflect the spirit, hard work (...)

  • Make a date for Tonight @ 8
    On Monday, 6 December 2021, Tonight @ 8 will feature Noel Matthews, G8GTZ who will be presenting on the latest developments in the ever-evolving world of amateur TV. Noel will give an overview of ATV activity in the UK and, in particular, how the use of reduced bandwidth signals has enabled ATV (...)

  • Amateur radio tops BBC News report
    Amateur radio was the lead item in a BBC News article on what made people happy during the pandemic. John Emery, 2E0HWE was pictured in front of his radio, microphone in hand, describing how he had made new friends thanks to amateur (...)

  • YOTA Month – still time left to register
    It's not too late to register your interest for December YOTA Month 2021. We have been granted the call sign GB21YOTA, for allocation to youngsters to operate throughout December 2021. To see what operating slots are still available please look up GB21YOTA on QRZ.com. You can register your (...)

vendredi 12 novembre 2021

  • RSGB National Radio centre to close for three days
    If you're planning a visit to Bletchley Park and the RSGB National Radio Centre, please note that both will be closed to all visitors on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 17 to 19 November 2021 inclusive, due to filming that is taking place at Bletchley (...)

  • Canadians mark transatlantic first
    CF3BP will be operating from the York region near Toronto until 12 December 2021. It will mark the anniversary of the first transatlantic amateur radio transmission from Canada by Edward Rogers Senior using the call 3BP. He was one of the few amateurs to successfully transmit across the (...)

  • Newsreader Jon Island Jon goes SK
    The RSGB has learned, with sadness, that Jon Hague, GM3JIJ, has become a Silent Key. Jon was a member of the Society for 72 years. Affectionately known as “Jon Island Jon” to his many on-air friends, he delivered the GB2RS News from his QTH at Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis for 26 years, his (...)

jeudi 11 novembre 2021

  • RSGB 2021 Convention: Unwrapped
    The RSGB held its second online Convention on Saturday 9 October. This new video – RSGB 2021 Convention: Unwrapped – gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how we created the event. It includes quotes from viewers and presenters, as well as some statistics to show just how many thousands of people (...)

  • RSGB 2021 Convention: Unwrapped
    The RSGB held its second online Convention on Saturday 9 October. This new video – RSGB 2021 Convention: Unwrapped – gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how we created the event. It includes quotes from viewers and presenters, as well as some statistics to show just how many thousands of people (...)

vendredi 5 novembre 2021

  • RSGB co-opts Director
    The RSGB Board is pleased to announce that Richard Horton, G4AOJ has been co-opted as a Board Director until the 2022 AGM. He has served as the RSGB Honorary Treasurer since 2011 and the RSGB Board is advertising for Richard’s successor. Applications from financially-qualified candidates are (...)

  • Intermediate level distance learning course open
    The next Bath-Based Distance Learning (BBDL) course will be for Intermediate level running from January to May 2022. The closing date is 15 December 2021. All applicants must complete some pre-course work using BBDL systems. A Full licence course will run from August to December 2022. More (...)

  • New RSGB Convention videos published
    The RSGB has just published the individual presentations in the Learn more about… stream from its online Convention. This means that you can now see all 15 presentations in the RSGB’s web video archive, or in the RSGB Convention 2021 playlist on the RSGB’s YouTube channel. The presentations are (...)

  • RSGB Honorary Treasurer vacancy
    Following the recent co-option of Richard Horton, G4AOJ to the RSGB Board, the Society is seeking a new candidate for this role. The Honorary Treasurer, in conjunction with the Board, General Manager and Financial Controller, is accountable for the financial well-being of the Society. The (...)

  • Richard Horton, G4AOJ co-opted as Board Director
    The RSGB Board is pleased to announce that Richard Horton, G4AOJ has been co-opted as a Board Director until the 2022 AGM. Many members will know Richard as he has served as the RSGB Honorary Treasurer since 2011. After obtaining a degree in Physics at Merton College, Oxford in 1973, Richard (...)

jeudi 4 novembre 2021

  • New mock exam papers available
    At a recent meeting of the Examination Standards Committee it was agreed that the current mock exam papers on the RSGB website should be replaced by a fresh set, with one mock exam paper per licence level. Unlike the previous mock papers which were based on example questions, these new papers (...)

mercredi 3 novembre 2021

  • 146/147MHz NoV extension
    Ofcom has agreed to the RSGB request to extend the 146/147MHz NoV for a further year. However, it is made available on a non-interference basis and applicants should note that as the band is increasingly used by other users, the NoV is subject to a 30-day notice period of change or withdrawal. (...)

lundi 1er novembre 2021

  • Bitx to SBitx – Tonight @ 8 streamed live
    The latest in the autumn series of Tonight @ 8 webinars was streamed live on Monday, 1 November 2021 and featured Ashhar Farhan, VU2ESE with Bitx to SBitx – The Journey of this Exciting and Affordable Range of Transceivers. If you missed Ashhar’s talk or want to watch it again, it’s available now (...)

vendredi 29 octobre 2021

  • Supervised operation of Foundation candidates
    We wish to retain the possibility for Foundation candidates to receive practical on-air training, under supervision, to illustrate the operating and licensing parts of the syllabus, although there is now no necessity to formally assess this. Before any Foundation student is allowed to operate a (...)

  • Supervised operation of Foundation candidates
    We wish to retain the possibility for Foundation candidates to receive practical on-air training, under supervision, to illustrate the operating and licensing parts of the syllabus, although there is now no necessity to formally assess this. Before any Foundation student is allowed to operate a (...)

  • Clocks go back on Sunday, 31 October
    Clocks in the UK will change to UTC or GMT on Sunday, 31 October 2021, and go back one hour at 02.00.

  • RSGB National Radio Centre needs volunteers
    The RSGB National Radio Centre (NRC) welcomes thousands of people through its doors each month and introduces them to amateur radio. The Society needs to expand the team of volunteers and is particularly looking for people who can be part of the team during the week. If you are interested in (...)

  • RSGB National Radio Centre needs volunteers
    The RSGB National Radio Centre (NRC) welcomes thousands of people through its doors each month and introduces them to amateur radio. The Society needs to expand the team of volunteers and is particularly looking for people who can be part of the team during the week. If you are interested in (...)

  • RSGB Convention presentations on YouTube
    The RSGB online Convention’s keynote presentation is now available separately on the Society’s YouTube channel. This inspiring talk by Professor Cathryn Mitchell, M0IBG explores the connections between radio and space, and also looks at the many ways in which everyone can get involved. The seven (...)

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