|The ARRL World Wide Digital Contest will debut at 1800 UTC on June 4, ending at 2359 on June 6, 2022. All non-RTTY modes are permitted|
Permitted bands are 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, and 6 meters and there will be two power categories:
– Up to 5 watts PEP output
– Up to 100 watts PEP output
For further details see
The Radio Society of great Britain (RSGB) have just published the Notice of Variation that will enable radio amateurs licensed by Ofcom to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen by using the special Regional Secondary Locator ‘Q’.
This NoV is available for use throughout June 2022 but you can apply for it now.
Click on the active links above to go to the relevant websites.
Thanks to the RSGB
World Amateur Radio Day will be held on the 18th of April. It was on this day in 1925 that the International Amateur Radio Union was formed in Paris.
The theme for 2021 will be ‘Home but never alone’.
Faced with a pandemic that forced the adoption of extreme physical isolation to reduce the spread of the virus, the worldwide amateur radio community responded positively to overcome the resulting social isolation. In the days and weeks following the onset of the pandemic radio amateurs reached out spontaneously to one another via the airwaves at the local, national, and global levels. Local “wellness nets” provided friendly voices and regular status checks to those, especially the elderly, who are confined to their homes. “Stay safe” special event stations in dozens of countries reminded us all of the importance of limiting the spread of the virus.
Listen out for special event stations around the world that will be on the air for World Amateur Radio Day.
Club members were saddened to hear today that Ian Brown passed away following a long illness.
Ian was a GMDX Group member and regular at the convention where we we would meet up up with him.
We send our condolences to his family.