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Funeral details for Glynis XYL of Mike G0SWY are as follows: –
This will take place on Friday 24th March 2017 at:
The service will take place in the chapel on site at 2pm prompt.
The wake will take place at 5 Ventnor Court, Bassett, Southampton SO16 3EB at 15.15hrs.
Flowers to CO-OP FUNERAL Services Shirley Road Southampton SO15 3EZ
RSARS Wire Article
The following link will take you to the Royal Signals Wire website. http://royalsignals.org/e-wire/ Once there, checkout the E-Wire for February 2017 – page 35 for the RSARS article
Mercury Number 176 Has now gone to press(28 Feb 2017) with the following content –
Tribute to Mike Joiner
Royal Signals 1962 style
22 Signal Squadron
A Spy Story
Farewell to White Helmets
JT65 / JT9
A Tank Story
Last day in Singapore
Long Wire for 40M
Japan bombs Australia
Please send any future articles direct to Joe/GW0WEE .
AOTA – Airfields on the air activity 25 March 2017 and Excercise Blue Ham ATC information – from RAFARS full detail in the following link aota-ex-blue-ham
This is the Blog of one of our latest members – Piju/9M2PJU
Some interesting articles here….
The file below shows amount of donations given in memory of Mario/G8ODE(SK) and was provided by Pam Chomicz.
Pam has agreed to allowing this document to be shown to RSARS members.
The email below was addressed to the webmaster requesting permission to use some of Mario’s/G8ODE-SK technical articles in a Ham radio magazine in China.
Mario’s widow Pam, has kindly given permission for this to go ahead and I have advised Daniel.Yao accordingly.
I am posting this on the Website and Facebook page as I know that Mario and other contributors would have been delighted with this outcome.
Quote Dear John,
My name is Daniel Yao, an editor who serves CQ Modern Communication ( non-profit institute who has been serving the Hams in China for nearly 5 years).
I’ve recently read lots of articles from G8ODE and found them highly valuable to hams in China. I’m looking forward to forwarding the articles he has written onto our magazine. But first of all, I need to ask for his permission. But unfortunately, I had no luck finding his e-mail address, Since you are the organizer of the finest website, I’m just wondering if you could let me know his e-mail, or just simply let him know and forward this e-mail to him.
I found it awesome that you are doing something that helps most people. Truly great deed you are doing.
Look forward to hearing from you.
CQ Modern Communication
G3SIG Award – Update from M0OIC
Members will note that the G3SIG award is still alive and well but we do need more volunteers to run the call in different areas around the UK throughout 2017, so if you can spare a little time to run the call on behalf of the Society, please get in touch with Bryan/M0OIC.
Check out the QSL Bureau Managers newsletter for details of available dates.
RSARS is now a member of Club Log
Club Log is a web-based application that analyses log files from radio amateurs all over the world. Using the logs, Club Log offers you a wide range of reports for your own benefit, and identifies large scale trends from the sum of all activity in the database. More information can be found at this link Club Log.
Once you have signed up for Club Log membership, you can add yourselves to the RSARS Club by clicking on Settings, and then go to the “Clubs” tab to join. You will then be added to the group by M0OIC who manages admin for the RSARS Club.
This page is updated whenever there is some useful information or news that is of interest to members.
Items for inclusion may be sent to The WebMaster by post-
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or by e-mail to John West, G4LRG, WebMaster
Mercury in PDF is now available for members who require it in this format.
Further details from firstname.lastname@example.org
For a history of Mercury Editors, click the link below….
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