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Following the LEFARS 2017 portable get together at the Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker hosted by the SNB Contest Group. LEFARS once again convened at the bunker for a fun filled weekend of operating and a Barbecue on the Saturday … Continue reading
As I was going to be in the St Albans area on Sunday morning and this coincided with the 432MHz Low Power contest I decided that a couple hours operating wouldn’t go amiss. This 4 hour contest is aimed at … Continue reading
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Following on from Part 1 we can now explore the practical part of going portable and the various items needed. There have been considerable changes in technology for radios and power sources over the years although less so with aerial … Continue reading
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Portable Contesting in the early 1970’s This saga described at took place some forty odd years ago and those who took part are now much older and bolder not to say wiser? The equipment used was what was in general … Continue reading
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This article is the first in a series based on John Mulye’s G0VEH original document that detailed the various thoughts and ideas that were recommended in order to both enjoy and succeed in a portable amateur radio activation. What is … Continue reading
Following on from the talk on DMR some comments and links to where information can be found. As was intimated during the talk DMR in the UK is in a state of flux at the moment, some might even say … Continue reading
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Following on from Part 1 this is more a montage of the show plus some pertinent information about what to see and do. The picture below shows an aerial view of the halls, the Ham Radio element uses Halls A1, … Continue reading
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After our talk on the Ham Radio Show at Friedrichshafen, Germany at the club recently myself and John G8DZH have decided to write up our experiences of the event in several parts so that the reader does not get bored … Continue reading