Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the committee have decided to suspend club meetings until further notice based on government guidelines.
We are now at the final stages of organising a club trip to the National Radio centre at Bletchley Park, we will be visiting the park on the 13th October 2018 and we are looking forward to visiting the radio centre and the National Museum of computing as well. We
Members of SADARS have been busy over the last couple of months taking part in the club VHF challenge sponsored by Radioworld. Many members now have over 50 points! Check out more details about the challenge and how it works on the club challenge page.
From the first of April to 30th September 2018 SADARS will be holding a club contest on the VHF bands (6m, 4m and 2m) aiming to work as many different maidenhead locators as possible. The aim is to increase local activity on the VHF bands whilst the HF conditions are
We are currently about to start an intermediate training course starting in January 2018, the Intermediate theory classes will be conducted on 6 consecutive Tuesday evenings from 19:00 to 21:00 at Penkridge Fire Station Community room. Details on how to find Penkridge Fire Station Shown below. Exam date, time and
As part of creating our EMI toolkit a new club project has been started. We will be building a clip on RF current meter. We built this as a club project back in 2003 and as it’s such a useful bit of kit we have decided to revisit the project
Unfortunately due to work commitments Andrew 2E0VRC has decided to stand down from the committee and the committee has co-opted Rob to take care of the day to day task of managing our equipment making sure it’s always ready to be used for club events. Many thanks to Andrew over
Members of SADARS will be hosting a Jamboree on the Air event this weekend 21-22 October 2017 where we will be putting on a station and other amatur radio related events such as direction finding, kit building and morse code. The station will be active on HF and CHF using
Congratulations to Joe 2E0EVB who recently passed his advance amateur radio exam. Joe studied for the exam independently and with support of members of SADARS he has been successful in obtaining his full amateur radio operator licence. Joe will soon be receiving his full callsign. If you are interested in
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