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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Monday The 17th Of November. An Evening Of Tuition On The Finer Points Of Programming Your New Aquisition For The Local Repeaters.
Come Along With Your Rig & Instruction Manual !
Also Those Of You With Programmed Rigs, Bring Them Along To Help Guide The Newcomers.
Just A Reminder To Those Who Have Not Yet Renewed Their Membership.
The Closing Date Is The 17th of November !
My Apologies To All Of You That Turned Up Last Night, For The Talk By Don Field - G3XTT.
Apparently Don Forgot ? That He Was Booked To Give A Talk At MKARS.
He Sends His Sincere Apologies.
MKARS have come very close second in VHF NFD out of 7 clubs in the MS section ( multi band single transmitter ) this has got to be quite an achievement for us as we have not attempted this event before.
Thanks to all who operated and helped us set the station up and clear up afterwards.
Members and non members are welcome to join the MKARS Sunday Net on 145.400 FM from 20.00 local
The new-fangled My DX Summit (MDXS) is scheduled to open to the public today at 1000 UTC
The US Department of Homeland Security’s 2014 National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) has incorporated Amateur Radio in its mix of media that could support and sustain communications in a disaster or emergency
NASA has opened team registration for the 2015 NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge