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Tipperary Amateur Radio Group

Knockmorris, Cahir
Ireland

EU
ireland
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Call data

Last update:2023-12-03 12:34:32
Continent:EU
Views:272
Main prefix:EI
Latitude:53.1300000
Longitude:-8.0200000
IOTA:EU-115
DXCC Zone:245
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14
Website:www.ei7trg.ie

Most used bands

20m
(26%)
40m
(24%)
10m
(22%)
15m
(20%)
80m
(4%)

Most used modes

SSB
(47%)
PSK31
(22%)
RTTY
(15%)
CW
(11%)
PSK63
(6%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2023-12-03 12:34:02
Direct Manager:EI3ENB
Bureau Manager:EI3ENB
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

EI30T is currently issued to Tipperary Amateur Radio group (TARG) for the clubs 30th Anniversary from October 2023 to October 2024.

On Wednesday the 19th of October 1994, a meeting was held in Grants Hotel in Cashel in order to determine if there was enough interest in Amateur Radio in Tipperary to warrant the formation of a new organisation in the county.


The meeting was chaired by Alfie Coyle, EI3BQB. The name Tipperary Radio Group was proposed by Alfie, and was unanimously agreed with. It was also decided that the new group should meet at 8:30 on the first Wednesday of every month.

A committee was elected and consisted of:

Alfie Coyle – EI3BQB, Chairperson
John Lofthouse – EI3DIB, Vice Chairperson
Walter Keating – EI7EWB, Treasurer
Liam O’Brien – EI7FE, P.R.O.
Hazel Leahy – EI9ELB, Secretary

The first committee meeting, under the stewardship of Alfie Coyle, from Cashel, County Tipperary took place on the 27th of October 1994, a slight amendment to the name of the group was proposed and the name was changed to Tipperary Amateur Radio Group.

A lot of ground-breaking work was undertaken by the first committee in setting up and formalising the group. The Group received its official callsign in August of 1995 and since the EI7TRG/P has become a very familiar and well known callsign on all amateur bands. Affiliated to the Irish Radio Transmitter Society, T.A.R.G. is a regular contributor to the weekly news service, its bi-monthly magazine and is a well respected participant in IRTS competitions and events.
Tipperary Amateur Radio Group has members in various counties in Ireland, the majority living in County Tipperary.

EI7TRG/P are very active during summer months for local and international competitions. The group is also a keen supporter of annual local events where our hobby can be put to constructive and helpful uses for the community. TARG actively encourage the use of the 70cm’s band and are mindfull of radio experimenters ever decreasing bandwidth allocation.

QSL Information:
We will happily QSL via the Bureau, or direct including $3 and a self addressed envelope. Cards without return postage will be returned via the Bureau.

Worked DXCCs:

  

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