The RSGB plays a significant and important role in representing radio amateurs; frequency spectrum, IARU, EMC, is the only Exam body for gaining your amateur licence.
It represents amateurs with the governing body OFCOM
To become a member: http://www.rsgb.org.uk
As a member you will gain access to a wealth of resources as well as RADCOM, a monthly publication for radio amateurs.
- Showcase radio in British Science Week 18th January 2019British Science Week runs from 8 to 15 March 2019 and is a fantastic opportunity to showcase radio communications in the 21st century to young people. The RSGB is encouraging clubs to develop relationships with their local school or community group. The theme for this year is ‘journeys’. Ideas for activities could include the journey […]rsgb
- Prepare for Thinking Day on the Air 18th January 2019Thinking Day on the Air 2019 will take place over the weekend of 16 and 17 February 2019. A list of known stations is available from guides-on-the-air.co.uk. There is a form on the page for stations to submit their details to be added to the list, and an IO group for exchanging details or arranging […]rsgb
- AMSAT celebrates 50th birthday 18th January 2019AMSAT’s 50th anniversary will be celebrated with AMSAT-DL special event call sign DL50AMSAT. The station will be on the air from Saxony on the Czech Republic border via satellites only, and will debut this weekend. Track the event on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #satelliteweekendrsgb
- Also in GB2RS this week… 18th January 2019The latest versions of the UK band plans have been published. RSGB Members will receive a copy within the February edition of RadCom, and the information is freely downloadable from rsgb.org/bandplans. Two more 2018 RSGB Convention videos are now available for Members to view on the RSGB website. Convention favourite Ian White, GM3SEK can be seen speaking […]rsgb
- 2019 bandplans now available 18th January 2019The latest versions of the UK band plans have been published. RSGB Members will receive a copy within the February edition of RadCom, and the information is freely downloadable from rsgb.org/bandplans.rsgb