RSGB News Updates (4th April 2022)

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From RadCom Basics to a Vacancy

Check out These RSGB News Stories:

RadCom Basics

The March issue of RadCom Basics is on the website for members to read. This issue includes a look at filtering signals within the amateur bands; fun with a VHF/UHF handheld; listening via WebSDRs and making a DC voltage reference for your shack. To join the RadCom Basics mailing list, log in to Membership Services, go to Update Preferences, and click the Subscribe link next to RadCom Basics. You’ll get an email as soon as the latest RadCom Basics is available:

https://rsgb.org/main/publications-archives/radcom-basics

 

[email protected] – Monday 4 April

BBC journalist and long-time RSGB member Laurie Margolis, G3UML broke the fact of the invasion of the Falklands through amateur radio. On Monday, 4 April, he will share how that happened in the RSGB’s free [email protected] webinar. He will also cover his involvement in the 1970 King Hussein story. Watch and ask questions live on the RSGB YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jut-9uB4O8w or a special BATC stream. Find out more about this and the Society’s other webinars here: www.rsgb.org/webinars

 

RSGB National Radio Centre Volunteers needed

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The RSGB National Radio Centre welcomes thousands of people through its doors each month and introduces them to amateur radio. The Society needs to expand the team of volunteers and is particularly looking for people who can be part of the team each Thursday. If you are interested in becoming an NRC volunteer you should enjoy meeting people and be prepared to work a minimum of one, preferably two, days per month. Full training is given. Please email NRC Coordinator Martyn Baker, G0GMB for further information via [email protected]

 

RSGB Convention Chair Vacancy

The RSGB is looking for a Convention Chair to lead the team of people who create this year's Convention. If you understand the advantages of both online and in-person events and can contribute ideas for speakers and topics that will attract both audiences, this could be the role for you. For a full role description, you can look on the RSGB website: 

https://tinyurl.com/k7eff7cu

 

(Source: Heather Parsons, Communications Manager, RSGB)

Tel: 07710 395 012

[email protected]

www.rsgb.org