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 Club Name Category Town County
British DX ClubRadioReadingBerkshire
What Does BDXC-UK Cover? The club specialises in coverage of all aspects of broadcast DXing - from searching out distant or difficult-to-hear radio stations to listening to the major international broadcasters - on the shortwave, mediumwave and VHF/FM bands. We also have in-depth coverage of UK domestic radio developments as well as reports on new ways of listening to the radio including digital radio (D...

British FM & TV CircleRadioSutton-In-AshfieldNottinghamshire
This group is for everyone interested in the hobby of long-distance (DX) radio and TV reception at VHF/UHF, for posting reception reports and logs, as well as for technical discussion of receiving equipment and techniques, and VHF/UHF propagation We welcome new members with an interest in this subject, including SWL's and Radio Amateurs. Medium-Wave DXers are invited to visit our MW Group, Skywavesmw ...

International Short Wave LeagueRadioGrimsbyLincolnshire
The International Short Wave League (ISWL) was formed in 1946 and for 65 Years has provided facilities enabling members around the world to enjoy their hobby, to the great advantage to themselves and fellow enthusiasts. Unlike most radio societies, the League effectively caters for members interested in both the Amateur and Broadcast Bands, membership being equally open to licensed amateurs and Short W...

Medium Wave CircleRadioLuton Bedfordshire
O.K, so it's a pretty essential piece of equipment, but what do you need to make all the effort you've put into antennas, finding a location, extra equipment, time off work and away from loved ones worth the while? A receiver that will maximise your chances of hearing those weak, distant signals. There are numerous figures and specifications provided by manufacturers and test panels which will point you ...

Radio Society of Great BritainRadioPotters Bar Herefordshire
The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) is the national membership organisation for Amateur Radio enthusiasts. The society was first founded in 1913 and incorporated in 1926.Our patron is HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT. Amateur Radio Licences were issued to the first UK Radio Amateurs in 1934. The RSGB looks after the interests of the UK's 55,000 licensed Radio Amateurs and is a not-for-p...

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