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D-STAR Gateway Version 3 ('G3') software now available to repeater keepers in the UK
The RS-RP3C gateway software which is being rolled out across the globe is now available from Icom UK

SERF 2018 - The SUNDAY Eastbourne Radio Rally!
The New SUNDAY Eastbourne Radio Rally is now confirmed! It is our great pleasure to announce that, following recent feedback from visitors and traders for our 2018 event onwards, we have successfully secured a SUNDAY, at the Eastbourne Sports Park, for future rally events in the South

Charlie Tango DX Branches Out
The Charlie Tango DX Group has branched out into the world of websites, domains and hosting. This is not for financial gain as some would think

2017 CSVHFS Conference - Call for Papers, Presentations and Posters
The Central States VHF Society is soliciting papers, presentations, and posters/tabletop displays for the 51st annual Central States VHF Society Conference, to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 27–30 July, 2017 at the Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel

Satellite operation planned for Armed Forces Day - W2GSB
The Great South Bay Amateur Radio Club will operate a special event station W2GSB/APM at the American Airpower Museum located at the historic Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY, May 20-21, 2017

UKQRM launches new campaign
UKQRM have launched a campaign to encourage the main political parties to acknowledge the radio-spectrum pollution problems and embrace a set of election pledges to dissolve Ofcom and create a new radio-regulator

Camb-Hams satellite operation from Islay Island
Members of the Camb-Hams will once again be active on the amateur radio satellites as GS3PYE/P, but this time from Islay Island between May 6-12

Caister Marconi radio station contacts nearly 200 amateurs in 35 countries
Radio hams at the Caister Lifeboat Visitor Centre in Norfolk managed to contact 193 other radio amateurs in 35 different countries on Saturday 22 nd April 2017 when they took part in the annual International Marconi Day to mark the inventor's birthday

BATC chairman wins award
Well done to BATC Chairman Noel Matthews, G8GTZ, for winning the RSGB 1962 Committee Cup, presented at its AGM in Cardiff on Saturday

Foundations of Amateur Radio - Episode 98
Beauty is in the eye of the Beholder. Have you ever looked at an ugly radio and blurted it out loud to the proud owner? This week I look at an ugly duckling that taught me something about myself and might yet end up as a proud new edition to my shack

Geomagnetic storms continue
Following on the heels of Saturday's unexpected CME impact, our planet is now moving into a stream of high speed (700 km/s) solar wind. This is re-energizing geomagnetic activity around Earth's poles

Does your ham radio club advertise on local radio?
If you are running an advert on your local radio for a ham radio club or activity can you send an audio copy and drop just a quick note about it and station etc...

IRTS Technical Panel
The IRTS Technical Panel is a group of volunteers who have expertise in, or experience of, different aspects of amateur radio. Our aim is to help radio amateurs with technical or operational problems

Guatemala satellite operation planned 24-27 April
David Maciel, XE3DX, announced that from 24-27 April he will make a trip to Guatemala which will include grids EK43, EK45, EK54, EK55 and EK56

Wild Atlantic Way - special callsigns
From January 1st through December 31st, 2017, Irish Radio Amateurs will be on air with nine special callsigns - EI11WAW through to EI99WAW. Each call will be associated with one of the counties making up the 'Wild Atlantic Way'