What’s On

Please note: due to the current COVID19 pandemic and government restrictions all ‘in person’ events are currently suspended, however we have extended club net times and meetings via Zoom, see below for details. Club net is daily 10:00-11:00, Tuesday evening 20:00-21:00 (if no meeting via web conferencing), and Sunday afternoon 14:00-15:00. Meet on S20 and QSY to 145.425MHz +/-

Zoom code 867 3049 5863 or contact us for more details!

  • Mon
    01
    Mar
    2021
    20:00https://youtube.com/theRSGB

    https://rsgb.org/main/blog/tonight-at-eight/2020/12/23/1-march-using-propagation-prediction-tools-by-rsgb-psc-chair-steve-nichols-g0kya/

  • Tue
    02
    Mar
    2021
    20:00Own shack via Zoom

    Following the recent release of Icom's all band portable SDR rig, Jeff, G1DYN will describe the radio and some accessories, giving his first impressions.

     

  • Tue
    09
    Mar
    2021
    20:00Own shack via Zoom

    Bury Radio Society invite us to share this talk via Zoom:  ID 773 073 0073

    Steve Hartley G0FUW brings us an introduction to QRP radio. This is a fascinating aspect of the hobby where low power (and often low cost) equipment can be used effectively to propel your signal to distant shores. Steve will explain what it’s all about, and give you an idea of what to expect when you turn the wick down on your power.

    Steve is Chairman of the GQRP Club, a non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers to promote Low Power Radio which publishes the highly acclaimed Sprat magazine every quarter. Membership of the GQRP club is very low powered too, at £6.

  • Tue
    16
    Mar
    2021
    20:00Zoom 867 3049 5863


    Steve Shorey (G3ZPS).

    Old Ham Radio Gear, why the hell do we bother ?

     

  • Tue
    23
    Mar
    2021
    20:00Own shack via Zoom

    Bury Radio Society invite us to share this talk via Zoom:  ID 773 073 0073

    Nick M0NTV will take us through a build of a receiver that you can make yourself. He’ll explain how it works, the building blocks, how to make it and show you the finished receiver. It’s a single-conversion superhet, so if you’ve ever wanted to make your own receiver then this talk is not to be missed. So warm your soldering irons up, and pull up a chair.

     

     

  • Tue
    30
    Mar
    2021
    20:00Own shack via Zoom

    Bury Radio Society invite us to share this talk via Zoom:  ID 773 073 0073

    Alan Drury G4FZP will show us how an old ATX power supply from a PC that would otherwise be destined to the tip can be repurposed and modified. The resulting modification, using only three resistors, is an Amateur Radio Power Supply giving 10A at 13.8V.

    Note: Please observe safe working practices when working on mains powered equipment, and only do so if you are competent to do so.

  • Tue
    06
    Apr
    2021
    08:00Own Shack Via Zoom

    James Clerk Maxwell became one of the most eminent physicist of the 19th century, and arguably sits along great names such as Sir Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein. Best remembered for establishing the relationship between electric and magnetic fields and the existence of propagating electromagnetic waves, paving the way for the pioneering development of radio communication systems which are so essential in today’s technology and the hobby we enjoy.

    David G0BCU will look at his early life, academic career, notable achievements and those who continued his work after his early death. Finally his talk would not be complete without visiting Maxwell’s Equations, David will explain the significance of these equations in an easy to understand way.

    David’s working career spanned 45 years in electrical engineering design becoming a Principal Engineer. He is a Chartered Electrical Engineer (C.Eng) and member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology. He is also a member of WARC.

  • Mon
    12
    Apr
    2021
    20:00https://youtube.com/theRSGB

    https://rsgb.org/main/blog/tonight-at-eight/2020/12/23/12-april-introduction-to-vnas-and-the-nanovna-by-alan-wolke-w2aew/

  • Tue
    13
    Apr
    2021
    20:00Own shack via Zoom

    Bury Radio Society invite us to share this talk via Zoom:  ID 773 073 0073 

    We are very excited to welcome the legendary Bob Heil K9EID to speak to us.

    Bob Heil is a sound and radio engineer most well-known for creating the template for modern rock sound systems. He founded the company Heil Sound in 1966, which went on to create unique touring sound systems for bands such as The Grateful Dead, The Who, Humble Pie and invented the high powered Talk Box for Peter Frampton. Bob has been an innovator in the field of amateur radio, manufacturing micro- phones and satellite dishes for broadcasters and live sound engineers. He has won multiple awards and honors, and in 2007 he became the first manufacturer to be invited to exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    Bob is well known in the theatre organ circles, beginning his career at the age of 15 playing the FOX theatre Wurlitzer in St Louis. In 2014, Bob Heil was awarded an honorary doctoral degree in Music and Technology from the University of Missouri.

  • Tue
    27
    Apr
    2021
    08:00Own shack via Zoom

    Bury Radio Society invite us to share this talk via Zoom:  ID 773 073 0073

    Frank Howell K4FMH presents a fascinating insight into our modern HF rigs looking at their price, their performance as measured by Rob Sherwood and reviews on eham.net. Do you get what you pay for? Are expensive transceivers really worth it? Join us on this presentation to find out.

    Frank has an enthusiasm for electronics and radio that spans over six decades. He serves as the ARRL Assistant Director (Delta Division) and is an ardent amateur radio podcaster and journalist.