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.
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- Syllabus 2019 – SDR presentation to tutors 20th March 2019On 17 March, a Syllabus 2019 presentation on Software Defined Radio for tutors took place at Jury’s Inn, East Midlands Airport. Over 50 tutors, representing clubs from all over the country, attended the meeting and saw presentations by Alan Betts, G0HIQ and Mike Bruce, M0ITI on the essential learning and tutorial slides for Software Defined Radio. […]Anna Clarke
- David Anderson, GM4JJJ, 14th March 2019 18th March 2019David Anderson, GM4JJJ passed away on the 14th of March 2019 after a long battle with cancer. First licensed as GM8HEY, David was heavily involved in the pioneering work of George Burt, GM3OXX on long-distance contacts using 10GHz wideband FM/MCW. From his own station, GM4JJJ became a very active VHF-UHF DXer, making contacts as far […]radcomtecheditor
- George Dobbs, G3RJV, SK 15th March 2019It is with great sadness that we learned this week of the death of George Dobbs, G3RJV, founder of the GQRP Club and well known for his writing in SPRAT, RadCom and Practical Wireless. An obituary for George will appear in the May 2019 edition of RadCom. Our thoughts are with his family and many […]rsgb
- RSGB AGM online voting is open 15th March 2019Voting is open for the RSGB 2019 AGM that takes place on 27 April 2019 in Birmingham. Members will find the Resolutions and other details in the April issue of RadCom and at rsgb.org/agm2019.rsgb