New map for RSGB affiliated contest groups

As part of the RSGB’s new Club Finder facilities, the Society has launched an online map that shows affiliated contest clubs and groups. If you’d like to get involved in a group, you can use the map to search locally and more widely. Depending on the club entry you will be able to see which […]

ETCC volunteer vacancy

The Society is looking for a volunteer to join the RSGB Emerging Technology Coordinating Committee (ETCC), to act as Regional Representative for the central England region. The function of the ETCC is to assist radio amateurs seeking an NoV to operate repeaters, gateways or beacons within the UK. The successful applicant will have broad experience […]

Celebrating Volunteers’ Week

1-7 June 2023 is Volunteers’ Week. This year we’re highlighting our volunteers and what they do in words, photos and a video! Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Society and we want to thank everyone who gives their time and expertise to support the RSGB, and amateur radio, across such a wide range of roles. […]

RSGB Beaconnect loop experiments

Three weekends have been identified for some RSGB Beaconnect loop experiments: On 3-4 June 2023 there will be some regional loops and nets On the 10-11 June 2023 there will be an England-only loop and net, based round the activators who have registered for Beaconnect callsigns so far, but the Society would welcome new activators […]

Ormiston Horizon Academy

The amateur radio club (M0OHA) at Ormiston Horizon Academy has been running for over five years. Current members in Year 8 and 9 have been working towards taking their Foundation licence exam in July 2023. Here they are getting to grips with block diagrams!  

Sandringham School

The amateur radio club at Sandringham School was one of those who hosted the GB22YOTA call sign during December’s YOTA Month. Licensed students operated five separate stations, with other students helping with set up and check logging. Station 1 was a traditional HF station, running a K3 and KPA500 amplifier on SSB 80m to 10m. […]

RSGB Emerging Technology Co-ordinating Committee volunteer vacancy

The RSGB Emerging Technology Co-ordinating Committee (ETCC) is looking for a volunteer to act as Regional Representative for the Central England region. The function of the ETCC is to assist radio amateurs seeking a Notice of Variation (NoV) to operate Repeaters, Gateways or Beacons within the United Kingdom. The responsibilities of the volunteer will include […]

Tonight @ 8 – Node-RED for radio amateurs

On Monday, 5 June 2023, Mike Richards, G4WNC will be giving the live presentation Node-RED for Radio Amateurs. Node-RED is a visual programming language that is very powerful but surprisingly easy to use. The language has matured over recent years and has the potential to be a valuable tool for radio amateurs. In this talk, […]

RSGB School Zone stories

The RSGB’s School Zone webpage brings together radio amateurs in schools and colleges. We want to help people to share their experience of, and expertise in, establishing and running a radio club for young people. We’ve just launched a new page as part of this section called School Zone stories where we’re highlighting some of […]

St Peter-in-Thanet CE Junior School

John Hislop, G7OHO recently established a new STEAMettes club at St Peter-in-Thanet CE Junior School, Broadstairs, Kent. With a mixed group from Years 2, 3 and 4 (6- to 9-year-olds) the first week saw them making bracelets and developing their skills in wire stripping and soldering. As well as creating a circuit using solderless breadboard, […]

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