Amateur Radio Club gears up for busy year
Amateur Radio club is going from strength to strength as it continues
to grow eight months after being formed.
group has recently been issued with its own official callsign
- G4RGY - and is also running a foundation radio licensing training
regularly operates its own radio station using loaned equipment
at the Burnham Area Youth Centre, and is in the process of raising
funds to purchase its own.
welcome new members, whether or not they can attend evening meetings.
The quality of all club activities relies on an active core membership,
so you can be sure of a welcome if you participate in any of the
club activities, as we all benefit from each other's enthusiasm
and experience," said a spokesman.
club is a group of individuals who like to explore and have fun
with radio, electronics and computing with an emphasis on radio
and communication technology."
meet every first and third Wednesday of the month, with doors
opening from 7pm until 9pm in a meeting room at The Bay Centre
in Cassis Close, Burnham.
next high-profile event will be on the 20th June when there will
be a fun day at the centre, when members will be assisting Moose
International with a commemorative special event radio station,
and trying to communicate with America by using the medium of
the international morse code.