WADARC meets at – TS Vanguard, 9a Broadwater Road, Worthing. BN14 8AD
THE PAST WEEK
A very interesting talk was given by the CO of Worthing Sea Cadets, Dave Jackson. Much about the differences between Military and Amateur Radio communications. A convoluted but understandable callsign structure and very short, to the point messages. They don’t seem to go in for rag-chewing! They’re also keen to be able to use the HF bands as well as their VERY short range handhelds, and we really need to get the shack setup, so we can all partake.
We’ve purchased a new Hytera repeater to eventually replace GB3WO and this should be online fairly soon.
This coming Tuesday is the annual Construction Contest. Please bring along any item that you have constructed, or just turn up to enjoy the fun. Knitted radios and wooden or plastic antennas are permitted!
CLUB MEETINGS AND EVENTS
- Annual Construction Contest – 22nd October – 8.00pm-10.00pm – TS Vanguard
- Annual General Meeting – 29th October – 8.00pm-10.00pm – TS Vanguard
For further information as it occurs, please visit the WADARC website: http://www.wadarc.org.uk
Monday – 2 metres 145.425 MHz, FM, 7.30pm (local)
Thursday – 40 metres 7.106 MHz +- QRM, SSB, 11.00am (local)
Saturday – 70cms on GB3WO, 7.00pm (local)
Sunday – 80 metres 3.712 MHz +- QRM, SSB, 7.30am – 8.00am (local)
Local, national and some international rallies can be found by visiting this excellent website: http://www.g4rga.org.uk/All.html
Spring 2019 edition published – http://www.wadarc.org.uk/ragchew/spring-2019
HF and VHF
RSGB propagation information can be found by following this link: https://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/gb2rs/propagation-news/2019/10/18/propagation-news-20-october-2019/
GB3WSX – IO80QW – 70.007 MHz
GB3BAA – IO91PS – 70.016 MHz
F1ZXK – JN18KF – 144.438 MHz
F5ZSF – IN88GS – 144.409 MHz
GB3VHF – JO01EH – 144.430 MHz
ON0VHF – JO20HP – 144.418 MHz
F5XBA – JN18KF – 432.830 MHz
GB3UHF – JO01EH – 432.430 MHz
ON0UHF – JO20ET – 432.567 MHz
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