RSGB Convention practical session ideas welcomed

Do you like making things? Are you interested in finding out more about the Raspberry Pi or programming an Arduino? Have you heard about the NanoVNA and DragonOS but don’t know where to start? The RSGB wants its 2024 Convention to offer practical sessions to help radio amateurs to try something new, develop their skills […]

RSGB talks to ICQ Podcast at Dayton Hamvention

Members of the RSGB Team, including RSGB President John McCullagh, GI4BWM and RSGB General Manager Steve Thomas, M1ACB, had a successful time at the Dayton Hamvention in May. The event was a brilliant opportunity to engage with radio amateurs from around the world and it resulted in 132 people joining the RSGB. It also provided […]

Updated RSGB Discovery Scheme

Have you tried the updated RSGB Discovery Scheme? Now called the Discovery Logbook, there are fewer requirements, an easy-to-follow programme and exciting links with external organisations such as Parks On The Air and Worked All Britain. There are also some great RSGB Awards to work towards if you’d like to include those in your own […]

RSGB Yearbook Editor vacancy

The RSGB is looking for an individual to take on the complex role of Editor of the annual RSGB Yearbook, following the retirement of the previous Editor. This is a paid post, working part time from home for a few months each year, and is offered as a fixed term contract. You will need experience […]

RSGB 2024 Convention – your convention, your way

The RSGB 2024 Convention will take place from 11 to 13 October. What would you like to see at the Convention? This year the Society is offering everyone the opportunity to propose a presentation, a topic, a practical session or a project to share. Are you involved in some new research? Have you discovered something […]

Could you be the RSGB National Coding Week Coordinator

National Coding Week runs in September. Coding – or programming as it used to be called – is used in a range of amateur radio activities. This year the Society would like to develop its activities further by appointing a volunteer National Coding Week Coordinator. Could you encourage people, help them with their ideas and […]

Jim, ME7HEF – RSGB Discovery Logbook: Explorer

As a relatively new radio amateur, Jim, ME7HEF has found the Discovery Logbook to be just what he needed. As a person who enjoys having a clear path to follow Jim found the sheer breadth of the hobby made it a little difficult to know where to start, and the recently restructured Discovery Scheme has […]

RSGB Board – May 2024 meeting key messages

Following its meeting in May 2024, the RSGB Board has shared these key messages from that meeting: Board welcomed its visit to RSGB HQ and the opportunity to meet HQ staff. It also thanks the senior staff for the informative presentations they gave Andrew Jenner, G7KNA was co-opted to be Regional Representative for Region 11 on […]

Volunteers’ Week – Roger Cooke, G3LDI

Roger Cooke, G3LDI has been the RSGB GB2CW Coordinator since December 2006. His role is to organise and certify the circa 24 volunteers to the GB2CW Morse tuition service. Roger says, “I think Morse is the very basis of radio communication and through it I have made hundreds of friends around the world. I enjoy […]

Volunteers’ Week – Nathan Nuttall, 2M0OCC

Nathan Nuttall, 2M0OCC became a District Representative (DR) for Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire (DR17) in late 2020. In April 2024, Nathan also became a member of the RSGB Board and is the Board Director responsible for Beyond Exams, Accessibility Liaison, Awards and Special Interest Groups (SIG). His experience as a DR has given him the […]

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