Welcome to MKARS the Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Society.
With over 50 years of history and 100 members MKARS is one of the largest amateur radio clubs in Britain. Please feel free to visit us on our club nights or at any of the events in our diary.
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As per the agreement at the AGM, club meetings now have a donation of £1 per person.
Could we also ask everyone to sign in please. It helps committee with numbers and membership.
John Gould - G3WKL The Outgoing RSGB President, Will Be Giving A Presentation "Supporting Amateur Radio".
On Monday 15th of February At 8pm / 20:00z.
Visitors & Guests Are Welcome.
Well Done MKARS we ended up 14th out of 132 clubs in the 2015 UKAC Tuesday nights contests. We did particulary well on 4m jumping from 13th to 10th following the final contest of the year. Andy 2E0VPX being the leading intermediate in the AR section on 4m.
Well done to all who took part and let's hope 2016 will be another good year for MKARS.
Chris - G0WTZ Will Be Giving A Presentation On DMR.
At Our Next Club Meeting, On Monday The 18th Of January.
The Presentation Will Commence At 19:30.
Guest's / Visitors Are Welcome.
This is the last call for anyone interested in taking the Foundation trainig course. If you are interested in taking the course with us please let us know by contacting us on email@example.com
The Essex Project Helium Tears hope to launch another 434 MHz High Altitude Balloon when there are better weather conditions
An earthquake measuring 6.4 has hit Taiwan, and caused buildings to collapse. HARTS (Hong Kong Amateur Radio Transmitting Society) has received a weak voice signal from the CTARL Taiwan (Chinese Taipei Amateur Radio League) that asks that the following frequencies be kept clear..
The aim of the Antique Wireless Association's CW Activity Day, which is on the air this afternoon from 13:00 to 15:00 UTC, is for participants to contact as many amateurs as possible on 14 000 to 14 060 kHz; 7 000 to 7 035 kHz and 3 500 to 3 560 kHz