This page is a resource list to help you find other Local Amateur Radio Clubs and Groups and activities in Suffolk County and East Anglian Region. - Suffolk RED holds no responsibility for links being unavailable or out of date content on any other website.
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Founded in the distant past of the British Post Office Research facility in the 70's, now known as BT plc. The Club Shack is located at the BT Adastral Park site (until recently, BT Labs), with a locator of JO02PB. The Worked All Britain (WAB) square is TM24. Club Callsign: G4MRS
Formed in September 1977 by John Munro,G3GBB (SK) and Peter Lumb, G3IRM (SK) who visited the club before his death. The club normally meet at 19.30 on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Rougham Tower Radar room, all year round. Club Callsigns: G2TO and G6BSE
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Founded in 2011. It originally launched as a website to help new M6 Foundation licence holders to get on-air, but thanks to input from many Essex-based amateurs, Essex Ham has been expanded to help promote and support the amateur radio hobby, as well as becoming a handy place to gather and share information.
Founded in 1959 by Alan Martindale, G3MYA, who became aware of a number of people in East Suffolk had heard his transmissions and wanted to become involved in the hobby. The club currently holds meetings on the second Tuesday of every month except July and August, we also organise a VHF/UHF activity contest on the fourth Tuesday of the month from February to October. Club Callsign: GX6FS
Formed in 1983, Felixstowe & District ARS provides a varied programme of talks, visits and events roughly fortnightly throughout the year. The Society also co-hosts the annual East Suffolk Wireless Rally – the Ipswich Rally. Several members are very keen on contesting and are always looking for new operators. The main thrust of the Society, however, has always been radio training.
Currently has eight repeaters under its control.We serve the local Amateur radio users and RAYNET with a method of communication over long distances, using low power radios with the repeater relaying over a wider area. The repeaters can also play a vital role in assisting emergency and user services when normal methods of communication have failed.
Formed in early 2006 as the social and public-facing side of the Cambridgeshire Repeater Group (CRG). The Camb-Hams are made up of people from many of, but not exclusively, the various Cambridge radio groups including CUWS (Cambridge University Wireless Society), CDARC (Cambridge and District Amateur Radio Club) and Cambridge RAYNET. They meet on-air via the CRG’s VHF and UHF FM Voice repeaters, and at regular monthly Pye and Pint nights held on the first Wednesday of every month.
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