Welcome to the Mid-Ulster Amateur Radio Club
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After a committee meeting regarding the Coronavirus, club chairman William, 2i0WMN, has decided to close the club premises until further notice. This decision has not been taken lightly, but due to the club having a duty of protection to its members and their families, this was agreed to be the right decision in light of the virus.
As there are no more meetings for the near future, more impromptu "shout outs" are planned on various bands and modes. Everyone is welcome to participate, join the club WhatsApp channel for up to minute details.
73 and stay safe!
Special Event Station
Our St. Patrick's day went well today, with over 100 contacts made throughout different modes and bands, with several contacts on DMR, 4m. Davy IRZ stayed late into the night and had about 40 contacts on 80m - well done Davy! Today we made roughly 20 HF contacts and another 30 on 2m. Thanks to all involved!
RSGB president visit
The RSGB president, Dave Wilson, will be visiting the club on Saturday the 7th March at 4pm. The committee would like as many members as possible to be present, to help represent the club.
Dates for foundation and intermediate courses
- Tue 7th January Foundation (MI7) and Intermediate (2I0) registration
- Saturday 1st and 8th February - Foundation course
- Monday 3rd February - Foundation radio work
- Wednesday 19th February - Start of 10 week Intermediate course
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The Club is located within the Turkington complex. During the day,access is via the main entrance, please report to the security gatehouse.The main security gates are closed at 18:30, Saturday PM and all day Sunday. If entry is needed outside these times we can usually be contacted on 145.500 MHz, where you will be directed to an alternative entrance and granted access by a member of our club or email firstname.lastname@example.org