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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Intermediate training course September 2014

To all the students that want to take the Intermediate training course in September.

Unfortunately due to PC failure I have lost a lot of the names of people that wanted to take the course. Please send me an e-mail if you are interested to There are still a few places left on the course. 



Rally Preparation..

As most of you will be aware, our annual Rally is fast approaching..

And as usual we require Helpers / Volunteers to ensure that we have a successful Rally.

The proceeds from the Rally enable the Club to purchase new equipment for the benefit of the membership.

So we must ensure that we all make it a big success.

If you can spare some of your valuable spare time on Saturday 23rd or Sunday the 24th, or both.

Please come along to the Club on Monday the 18th, and offer you services.

Or if you are unable to attend, and wish to volunteer your services, please contact one of the Committee Members.

We look forward to seeing you on Monday..

MKARS Rally - Sunday 24th August, 2014

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MKARS 2014 Rally


Longueville Hall
Whaddon Road
Newton Longville
Milton Keynes MK17 0AT

September Intermediate Training course

We are now taking names for the Intermediate training course that will start in September. The course is limited to 10 places, so please get your names in early to avoid disappointment.

Frank M0JSZ

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MKARS Membership Payments

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UK Amateur Radio Exam Statistics

David Pratt G4DMP has made available the Radio Amateur Exam (RAE) statistics from 1946 until 2003


YL Activity Week in NZ

As New Zealand's YL Activity Week was such a great success last year, they have decided to do it again this year


Propagation de K7RA

Solar indices and outlook are stronger this week. Average daily sunspot numbers rose 19.7 points to 114.6, while average daily solar flux increased 25.7 points to 138.8


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