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The Central Scotland FM Group has provided and is responsible for maintaining many of the repeaters now operating in West, South-West, Central and East Scotland.

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Radio Society of Great Britain – Main Site

RadCom July 2019, Vol. 95, No. 7 (Mon, 24 Jun 2019)
RSGB Commonwealth Contest—the antenna tower at V31GX provided good signals in our oldest contest To read this edition, tap or click cover image News and Reports 82nd Commonwealth Contest 2019, Bob Whelan, G3PJT 42 Around Your Region – Club events calendar 84 Around Your Region – Events roundup 89 Dayton 2019 82 New products 14 […]
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2m crosses the Atlantic (Fri, 21 Jun 2019)
An historic contact was made on Sunday, 16 June 2019, when the Atlantic was spanned for the first time on 144MHz. D41CV on Cape Verde Islands off the coast of Africa managed to work FG8OJ in Guadeloupe on 144.174MHz using FT8. The distance was 3,867km. This was bettered on the 18th with QSOs between Cape […]
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SAQ transmission next weekend (Fri, 21 Jun 2019)
The annual SAQ VLF transmission on Alexanderson Day on 17.2kHz from the Alexanderson Alternator will take place Sunday, 30 June 2019. Two transmissions are scheduled. Tuning will start at 0830UTC for the message at 0900UTC, then 1130UTC for the transmission at 1200UTC. Both transmission events will be broadcasted live on YouTube. QSL reports to SAQ […]
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Update on 144MHz and 23cm threats (Fri, 21 Jun 2019)
The IARU was represented this week at the meeting of CEPT Project Team A—one of the groups leading WRC-19 preparations—which finished in Prague on Friday, 21 June 2019. Of particular interest were discussions on two proposed agenda items for WRC-23, concerning the sharing of the 1240-1300MHz band with the Galileo satellite navigation system and the […]
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Also in GB2RS this week… (Fri, 21 Jun 2019)
A newly-digitised classic film of the 25th Anniversary Congress of the IARU is now on the RSGB YouTube channel. Taking place in 1950, the Congress was attended by many well-known amateurs from around the world. The silent film also includes some marvellously authentic street scenes—and some decidedly odd motor vehicles. In the Film Archive on […]
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