Re: Fw: RSGB RadCom May edition available to all radio amateurs online
This news from Dave reminded me to renew my RSGB membership. Beyond the excellent RadCom, RSGB contributes very significantly to IARU's work and advocacy. If these things are important to you--and since you're on this list, they likely are--it's more than worth the £51 per year (worldwide).toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I hope all are safe and well.
73 de Brennan N4QX
On Friday, May 1, 2020, 12:13:01 PM EDT, Dave Sumner <@K1ZZ> wrote:
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Subject: RSGB RadCom May edition available to all radio amateurs online
As another part of the RSGB "Get on the air to care" campaign, the May edition of RadCom is being made available to radio amateurs around the world to read online as a sample edition. A number of IARU national societies have taken a similar step and the RSGB is happy to join those societies in supporting the worldwide amateur radio community during these difficult times: www.rsgb.org/sampleradcom
Steve Thomas, M1ACB
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