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alex: «lin»
alex: Great to see LRS prople old and new BOB PAUL JOHN JOHN DOT KEITH etc
alex: Trailer and boot full of LRS Kit sold
G4SJX: Thanks Kelvin.
G4ZTD: :) Managed to recover the Contest Article :) Once again Sorry :S
G4ZTD: Alex its easy to make a mistake in the back end of the site mate
alex: Fab Kelvin. Note hope to sell some LRS kit at Rugby. wx seems crap!
G4ZTD: Ooops sorry Mike i was clearing stuff up and deleted it, post it again, sorry
G4SJX: Where's mi contest page gone?
alex: We have a program into December No doubt John will publish near to actual event times but pse keep an eye on Notice boards RATS RALLY THIS SUNDAY Anyone going
alex: Following on from the get your telescopes out monthly event. A new innovation CAKE NIGHT 50p a slice great idea and generated £20 into club funds
alex: Just looking at the 2013 club calls results and our move from 20th to 9th info on this site with a little effort and someone using the loop but will need an ATU 4 160 we improve our position
johnG0IJM/G8VQM: AM05LD on 18.145mhz at 18:00 Friday
G4SJX: It's JASTA SSTV ACTIVITY time «lin» the whole of August 24/7
alex: An opportunity may exist for a few people to assist with National BBC WW1 road show. Subject CW appreciation. Details will be presented at Club date Sat Sunday bank holiday points of Contact are John G0IJM Events manager Alex G8FCQ only requirements are a tidy presentation...
alex: SUNDAY 17TH AUGUST. RATS. RUGBY RADIO RALLY A small rally by our friends at RUGBY AMATEUR TX SOC. Highly recommended maybe a chance to offload some of our surplus components Note no major traders just mainly components cheap rigs cables etc.
G4ZTD: Just testing after Website Update to latest version, seems ok thank god lol
alex: Good results many thanks to all who supported a bit warm at 30+C in op room but everything worked and what did not we worked round. 110 METRE LOOP ZS6BKW for 80-10 plus 80/40 metre with radials vertical plus 3 ele beam at 46 ft. Software by SD tea by LRS
alex: SAUSAGE AND BACON ops only. Served in Ciabetta with beans and tomatoes. Subject to operation constraints
alex: Plus an extral bonus
alex: Curry cooked
alex: Probably academic as most users imagine only use FM Hopefully to band plan!
alex: Following negotiations with the RSGB to minimise the impact on radio amateurs, Ofcom has announced that it will temporarily authorise up to four 25kHz channels, between 144.000MHz and 144.100MHz, for the period 22 July to 4 August 2014, to support the operation of the Commonwealth Games. The frequencies to be used specifically exclude 144.050MHz (CW Calling Frequency).

Usage of this spectrum by Commonwealth Games users will be in the vicinity of Glasgow games venues and will be limited to handheld equipment operating on a maximum of 5W ERP. Ofcom emphasises that use of Primary Amateur spectrum is only for the specified time period and does not constitute a change of usage.

Ofcom are aware of the very short notice and will authorise this usage on a “non-interference, non-protection basis”. Amateurs in the Glasgow area are requested to avoid these frequencies until 4th August”.
alex: /P site sorted plan 3/4 over beach at Weybourne very nice 15 metre wooden pole "warning undersea telegraph cable" for support!
johnG0IJM/G8VQM: EF6 for new king of spain on 24.938 Mhz at 11-53
g0fpu: New one NAMBIA 10M 28.45630- IARU
G4SJX: Its the IARU HF CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST this weekend look out for GR2HQ all contest bands 160-10 .Just give RS(T) & ITU zone eg 59 27
walrus2106: Way out of my price range too, but a nice set-up
alex: not Club related but thought might be useful for anyone thinking of or dreaming of an alternative address to operate from. A little out my price range! «lin»
alex: SRI just back fm Holiday not had time to look as yet
m6nta: Alex, any sign of that "spare coax".?
alex: «lin»
alex: GB0APS. «lin»
alex: Quality Witter tow bar Bike rack socket plus bike rack great for mobile or portable use. Offers? I will make substantial donation to ckub
alex: «lin»
G4SJX: GB0APS 7.1166 APS

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alex - 17/08/2013 - 12:13

Now worked them on 144.300 ssb 150 points all in one morning !

alex - 17/08/2013 - 11:37

just worked GB1OOL LRS Centenary station they are QRV on 7.156 and 14.2085

alex - 05/08/2013 - 12:16

Brief summary 40m station 300+ 20m station 136 144 432 50 MHZ approx 60 all but 4 on SSB More details later

alex - 27/07/2013 - 12:28

Just worked GB100RSGB on 7100 LSB

alex - 25/07/2013 - 11:06

Sri chaps no time to activate G5UM on behalf of LRS 50MHZ UKAC Tues eve :( :(

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