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Leicester Radio Society

LE3 9QJ Leicester
England, Leicestershire

EU
england

Call data

Last update:2019-03-08 23:15:15
Continent:EU
Views:160
Main prefix:G
Federal state:Leicestershire
Latitude:52.6458333
Longitude:-1.2083333
Locator:IO92JP
DXCC Zone:223
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14
Website:www.g3lrs.org.uk

QSL data

Last update:2019-03-08 22:59:58
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Leicester Radio Society, one of the oldest Amateur Radio Societies in the United Kingdom.

Meetings at our club headquarters every Monday evening from around 7PM local. All are very welcome with an interest in Radio, Electronics, Computerised gadget making and related interests.

We also provide training for foundation, intermediate and full UK Amateur Radio Licences
and have a registered morse (CW) instructor who provides a weekly class, and periodic tests for which passes are certified with the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB).

We are a society affiliated to the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) also.

Our membership have diverse interests and experiences in telecommunications professionally as well as some who are just hobbyists and old timers (like your scribe here writing this!). We have interests across the radio spectrum from LF to Microwave from Tropo to Moonbounce and Satellites and from ragchewing to contesting. Hopefully you've come across us on air, we have several club callsigns, the main one being G3LRS but we also have G2AA, G5UM and G6XRS which we use regularly.

A warm welcome awaits should you decide to visit, and we're always glad of a QSO on air too!

73!

Equipment

These days the FTDX3000 does the lions share of the work, but we also still use our FT726R, our FT225RD and I reckon there's a 101ZD somewhere too. We also have many ex commercial sets tuned up for other bands for local use.

  

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