Derek (G7LFC) and Alison (M6COV), members of the Quantum Technology Club, are both off to Porthmadog this weekend to help run the town’s Scout JOTA (Jamboree on the Air) event.
GB6CCC will be operating from Christ Church in Coventry between 10:00 and 16:00 on the 8th September 2018.
EMF Camp 2018 was enjoyed by more than 2,500 people and we were privileged to have run an amateur radio installation entitled “Communicating around the world without the Internet”.
Whilst we were away camping this summer relaxation came in the form of crafting for Alison and, for me, operating my portable amateur radio station with some remarkable results.
Overview Almost all my operating during January 2018 was made from home in the evenings. The first contact was made on the 13th January and since then 181 contacts were made, which I think is a record for me. The vast majority of the contacts were made using the new FT8 digital mode using my […]
Derek, G7LFC, today climbed in to the top 10% of amateur radio operators around the globe taking part in the ARRL’s International Grid Chase.
That came around quick – 1,000 contacts have been added to the log in just over nine weeks.
Members of the Meirion Amateur Radio Society, Simon (MW0CSR), John (MW0VTK) and Derek (G7LFC), operated from Black Rock Sands on the 12th May) as SOS Radio Week stations.
Myself (G7LFC), M3LFC, and M6BUB will be exhibiting at Maker Faire UK on the 28/29th April in Newcastle.
Interested in HF propagation? Not got a degree in astro-physics to be able to understand the complicated tables that accompany traditional predictions?