SNIPS – News For Scotland – 28th January

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NEWS FOR SCOTLAND & CLUB NEWS (GB2RS) Extracts inc Additions


Livingston and District Amateur Radio Society has a club night at the Crofthead Centre on Tuesday from 7pm. On Thursday, there is a net on 145.575MHz at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to join in. Robin, GM0ERT, 07-880-992-377


West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society will have its usual Solder Group meeting from 6pm on Wednesday at the Electron Club, CCA Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. For more information – Technical Support – WoSARS – Glasgow


On Thursday, Glasgow University Wireless Society is having an evening of satellite operating in conjunction with Elderslie Amateur Radio Club.


Wigtownshire Amateur Radio Club, together with Dumfries and Galloway RAYNET group, has an open net on GB3DG every day at noon. All are welcome. There is also a net on the GB3DG repeater every Thursday from 7.15pm, then joining via Zoom from 8pm. Oli,


Members will be gathering at 8pm on Friday at the Society’s Rose Street rooms for a club night. Checkout the Club Website’s Calendar –



On Wednesday 14 February, Inverness and District Amateur Radio Society is holding its AGM at the Green Tree Nursery from 7pm. For more information, email


GB2RS 28/01/24 Extract:

“…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 World Radiosport Team Championship which the UK will be hosting in 2026. The WRTC is held every four years and is considered to be the Olympic Games of radio contesting. At the RSGB Convention, WRTC Chair Mark Haynes, M0DXR gave an overview of what is being planned and how people can get involved either as a spectator, volunteer, competitor or referee. John Warburton, G4IRN gave his perspective on what it is like to be a WRTC referee. The full WRTC planning team also gave an update recently on an RSGB Tonight@8 live webinar. You can see all of these presentations on the RSGB YouTube channel at…”


Details of club activities can usually be found on the individual club’s websites. A fuller summary of activities, Nets, Contacts and Links in Scotland can also be found at RSGB – GB2RS News for Scotland   and the WoSARS NETS Page.

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