Welcome to the NWRS!
The Society meets every Thursday, 7:00pm to 9:30pm at
Colwyn Bay Town Hall,
Colwyn Bay. LL29 7TE
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Tom MW0TMH will be giving us a presentation on Thursday (27th November) on Echolink. Tom has given us a similar presentation quite some time ago and this presentation aims to build upon the previous offerings by including more information and a demonstration of Echolink and the Allstar Network too. Members of the Dragon Club and [...]
Well that was interesting! As mentioned earlier in the week, RSGB General Manager Graham Coomber G0NBI visited the club on Thursday night with his presentation ‘The Future of Amateur Radio’. The meeting was well attended by not only members of the NWRS but also the Dragon Amateur Radio Club and the Conwy Valley Amateur Radio [...]
RSGB General Manager Graham Coomber will be visiting the club on Thursday 20th November, that’s this Thursday. Mr Coomber has prepared a presentation on ‘The Future of Amateur Radio’ and he will be available to answer questions on all amateur radio related topics after the talk. All North Wales amateurs are welcome to attend whether [...]
Just a quick reminder for all those interested, tonight (Thursday 18th) we will be visited by Mark Harper who will be giving us a talk on the mysterious number stations heard on the HF bands. Thought to be the source of coded transmissions meant for reception by secret agents in the field, number stations have [...]
Just a quick reminder that next week’s talk being delivered by Joe Hinchcliffe is about DIY Satellites and Amateur Radio. As usual, anyone with an interest is welcome to attend whether a club member or not. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided by the club. The talk will begin at 7.30pm, sharp!