Rebecca (M6BUB) and I (Derek, G7LFC) selected to exhibit and represent our hobby at Electromagnetic Field Camp 2016: a prestigious technical, scientific, engineering and maker festival held in Guildford at the beginning of August. They were really excited; but what happened? Read our report to find out (hint: it was amazing!!!)Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the beginning Four years ago we were treated to a usable computer that cost less than £25 from the guys at the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Many asked whether this would be a flash in the pan, after-all by the time you added an SD card for storage, power supply, keyboard, mouse and screen, then […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s amazing the different ways in which a difficult topic can be presented to students to make it easier and fun for them to learn. I was part of the RSGB’s Train the Trainers team that went to deliver a course to the folk of the Norfolk Amateur Radio Club (and others) last Saturday, 09/05/2015, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Like many UK Radio Amateurs, I have been looking around for new Amateur Radio insurance over the last couple of months. One of the companies I have been talking to is Quotedesk, a company recommended by the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB). They’ve been very persistent whilst I have been contemplating who I should […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Southport & District Amateur Radio Club ran it’s now annual special event station to celebrate Lancashire Day earlier today. St. Marks Church Hall was the venue for the station and Amateur Radio operators all over the world were contacted to share in the celebration. I was able to work several DX countries including the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.