2016 Worksop A.R.S. Construction Competition
This years Constriction Competition is open, entries for amateur radio related projects have until the 30th April 2016.
All entries must be submitted to Fred G3XXN by the above date.
Good Luck !
New Programme of Events Launched -Jan to April 2016
Click Here Programme ( Jan – April 2016) to download our programme of events Jan to April 2016
Worksop Amateur Radio Society Programme ( Jan – April 2016)
Hi All, Tomorrow will see the official launch of YOTA Month 2015. Over 38 countries around the world will be taking part and this year is looking to be bigger and better than ever. Wednesday 2nd December will see Durham and District Amateur Radio Society launch YOTA Month on behalf of the UK with Leicester Radio Society closing off the UK side of things on the 28th of December. We at Worksop Amateur Radio Society have a YOTA Event and Call Sign on the 20th Dec
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On Friday 13th and Saturday 14th November we will be operating from our clubhouse on HF, 6m, 4m, 2m & 70cm with Voice, cw and data. 10:00 to late evening both days.
Food and refreshments available both days. Fundraising activities. Visitors welcome, either on air or in person. Operating frequencies will be posted here and on Twitter during operating times.
Thursday Night Events Coming up !
29th Oct – Increasing Activity on VHF/ UHF
12th Nov – Talk on Oscilloscopes
3rd Dec – Talk on WAB
17th Dec – RSGB Winter Briefing
Full details of all event can be found – click here
The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) have been working with two film companies to make a series of promotional videos. The first of these, promoting amateur radio to young people, has been produced by the TX factor for the RSGB and is now on general release on the RSGB’s YouTube channel
We are very much looking forward to welcoming them.
For more details please see https://g3rcw.org.uk/information/jota-2015/
Former Colliery Sites on the Air – Evening a great success says the event organiser Paul M0PJA. Many of the club members when out and activated a number of Former Colliery Sites in both South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. Others work these sites from Home, out Mobile and from the Clubs Building in West Street, Worksop.
Paul is collecting the logsheets and the winners will be announced very soon, the dead line for submitting logs seven days.
There are two categories Site Activators and Chasers, points for activators are based on the number of stations worked. Points for Chasers are based only on the number of Colliery sites worked.
We also received some excellent feed back from other Radio Amateurs we worked, many suggesting we made this a twice yearly event.
Paul is very keen to get as much feed back good or bad about this event, please used the contact us option on this web site to give the feed back. This will be used to make the event even better next time.