MKARS was founded in 1958. Our membership includes many experienced radio amateurs who can often help newcomers with advice and practical assistance. Our hobby is diverse and you will find that most members specialise in particular aspects of it. If you need information on any radio related subject please ask and members of the Club will be more than happy to help you.
The club currently meets at TS Invincible which is based on the famous Bletchley Park site. We meet on the first and third Monday of each month from 7pm (see the calendar for details).
Our committee is elected during October of each year and is responsible for running the club on behalf of the membership. The committee considers feedback, and particularly new ideas from the membership, to be extremely valuable. Please be prepared to assist in the implementation of any ideas and ongoing events.
Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask any member of the Committee.
Membership Fees and Payment:
To pay your membership please use the facility on the right hand side of this page.
For more information on visiting MKARS please check the Contact us page.
The Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) program is seeking proposals from schools and formal or informal educational institutions and organizations - individually or working in concert - to host Amateur Radio contacts next year with ISS crew members
Ofcom has not provided any monthly amateur licence statistics since the first week in November
Dave Casler KE0OG has released a new video about building the popular BITX-40 7 MHz SSB QRP transceiver kit