Snips – News For Scotland – 24th April

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

With Scottish Clubs returning to normal meeting details of club activities can usually be found on the individual club’s website. A summary of activities, Nets and Links in Scotland can be found at wosars.club/radio-nets.

Stirling and District Amateur Radio Society is open Sunday for antenna construction. There is a club night on Thursday from 7pm. secretary@gm6nx.com.

Also on Sunday, Cockenzie and Port Seton Amateur Radio Club is visiting the Blackpool Radio Rally. Bob, GM4UYZ, 01-875-811-723.

Likewise, Edinburgh and District Amateur Radio Club is attending the Blackpool Radio Rally. There is a club net on Monday from 8pm on 433.525MHz. Norman, GM1CNH, 07-740-946-192

And Today, Dundee Amateur Radio Club will be attending the Blackpool Norbreck Rally. Martin, 2M0KAU, 07-763-708-933

And not to miss out on the party, some members of WoSARS will also be heading down to Blackpool. See CALENDAR ENTRY  .

Moray Firth Amateur Radio Society meets at 7:15pm on Tuesday at the Armed Forces Reserve Centre, Elgin. www.mfars.club

Also on Tuesday the Livingston & District Amateur Radio Society has a club night at The Crofthead on Tuesday from 7.30pm.  Cathie, 2M0DIB, 01-506-433- 846

On Wednesday the West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society has a Solder Group meeting at The Electron Club at CCA at 6pm. see CALENDAR .

Also on Wednesday, Inverness & District Amateur Radio Society has a meeting. Adrian, MM0DHY, InvernessRadioSociety@gmail.com.

Aberdeen Amateur Radio Society has an Equipment Surgery & Operating Workshop on Thursday. Fred, GM3ALZ, 01-975-651-365

Lomond Radio Club meets on Thursdays from 7.30pm at the John Connelly Centre in Renton. Simon, MM0XME, mm0xme@outlook.com.

On Friday, Strathclyde Park Amateur Radio Club (SPARCS) has resumed club meetings at 4a Auchengramont Road, Hamilton ML3 6JP

And finally, on Friday WoSARS has a ‘Hands-On Night’  at Rose Street. Checkout their CALENDAR for further details.

To have your net listed on the WoSARS website or to report any changes, contact Tony, MM0TMZ by email to rr1@rsgb.org.uk. Please also keep GB2RS updated via email to radcom@rsgb.org.uk.

Copy CW Signals More Easily With Two Tones

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In CQ – January 2018 – Pete, N8PR (SK) wrote that you should set up your receiver to produce two tones 65 to 80 Hz apart to make copying weak CW signals more easily. The theory behind this is that the dissonance between the two tones makes copying a CW signal more copyable than just a single tone. I like this  idea. I played around a little bit last night with this technique, and it did indeed seem to work better than using just a single tone.

Read original POST – HERE .

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