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2nd June 2015 M0NST Contest Results

Hello there my set up in house (ft-857d 1/2 size g5 rv and a ldg at-200pro antenna tuner and a watson w300 vertical for 2 m and 70cm) and now g0ksc innov 8 element lfa 2m yagi and a 70cm 17 element dk7zb long yagi (4m long ) one 3 ele 6m sandpiper yagi +ts530s

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5th May Amateur Radio Portable Operators Club (ARPOC)

New award scheme for portable operators The Amateur Radio Portable Operators Club (ARPOC) unveils a new award scheme that encourages operators to get out and about. Spring has arrived, and the Amateur Radio Portable Operators Club has launched a fun and exciting award scheme that’s been designed to encourage its members to take full advantage

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29th April 2015 Club Meeting

Hi all Greetings first of all the Waterway’s Event has been cancelled due to the Health and Safety brigade getting involved after running it for the past few years with no problems whats so ever this year we got a request nay DEMAND for all specifications of the equipment we would be using even down

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18th April 2015 WFF Activation

After being reminded by Ian(M1EHI He who must be ignored) At the meeting on the Wednesday night of the event it was decided to get the station up and running for 10:00 on the Saturday morning.We arrived on site about 9:15 and although we had permission to use any of the fence post to erect

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March 4th 2015

Well its been quite a While since i last posted on here due to various circumstances I have been otherwise engaged and Cadars web site took rather a back seat.I now realize what Tony (M1EXT)ME ment when he said getting Radio Hams to give you information is “like trying to pull hens teeth” AND THIS

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Special Events for the Year 2015

  25th November Lancashire day from the Club

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SSTV Transmissions Scheduled from the International Space Station

 01/29/2015 The Russian Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) team plans to activate slow-scan television (SSTV) from the ISS on Saturday January 31, and on Sunday, February 1. The anticipated SSTV mode will be PD180 on 145.800 MHz with 3-minute off periods between transmissions. Twelve different images will be transmitted during the operational period. This

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Ofcom crackdown on polluting power line devices ?

The Telegraph reports Ofcom proposes that people with ‘power line’ networking [PLT] equipment could face prosecution if it interferes with radio signals The newspaper says GCHQ has become increasingly concerned in recent years about “power line” networking equipment. This allows people to use the mains wiring in their homes to transmit data, as an alternative

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20th November 2013 Christmas Break

 At Last another missive from yours truly have i been missed i doubt it but i have now developed a greater respect for the columnist’s who can write 1000 words or more every single week it is not easy to get the inspiration to do for me and despite appeals for subjects amongst the club members they are not

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August 20th Election of Secretary

Welcome to this report on the election of a secretary since with the passing of Tony (M1EXT) There has been a vast hole in the committee, so it was decide to elect a a new member to the fill Tonys role And as is normal at theses elections there where quite a lot of blank

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