MKARS has a number of club projects, some of which take place during shack nights and club workshops and others which are done jointly or individually by members.
The two most famous projects are the 80m QRP MKARS80 (pronounced "em cars 80") transceiver which bares the clubs name and the more advanced Pic-A-Star HF transciever which has been shown to compete, and in many cases better, considerably more expensive commercial transceivers.
Below are some examples of a completed MKARS80 (M0TIF)
and a completed Pic-A-Star (M1EPM)
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