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Barford Radio Rally confirmed for 6th July 2014 at Barford Village Hall Barford Norfolk for booking information contact David G7URP 

 

The rally opens to traders from 0800 and to visitors from 0900.

Inside tables are £10 each (limited number available and can be booked in advance) and outside pitches (no need to book) are £8 each, both payable on the day

 

There is a bring and buy section, club stand and refreshments and there will be a talk in on 145.250MHz

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

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David G7URP   

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Organiser of Barford Radio Rally for NARC

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Bright Sparks is our group designed to encourage youngsters (9-18) to build, take apart and find out how things work as well as studying and practising towards their radio amateur exams.
Bright Sparks is organised by Kevin Colman M0UJD and David Palmer G7URP and meets on a club Wednesday night at CNS - see programme for dates.
For more details on Brightsparks please contact M0UJD

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Advance The Full Licence Manual  errata Updates here

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The RSGB have identified that quite a few people who pass their Foundation Exam do not actually get on air and for some at least it may be that they need extra help with the practical aspects of setting up a station and the confidence of going on the air for the first time on their own.
As winners of the 2009 Kenwood Trophy for outstanding contribution to training, the RSGB asked Norfolk Amateur Radio Club to look at developing a 'mentoring' initiative which, if successful, could be adopted by other clubs nationwide. So for the first time we are piloting our new 'Radio Buddy' scheme with our new amateurs, where each new licencee is assigned a 'buddy' from within the club with a special buddy card who will help get them on the air and put them in touch with other amateurs with similar interests. Whilst their is never an obligation to join NARC for a course, the club will also offer all newcomers 3 months free membership to help them get started.
We will let you know how the buddy scheme goes, meantime if you are a NARC member and would like to be a buddy for future new licencees, please send your name, address and contact details together with a few words about your particular interest in radio and a 'head and shoulders' digital picture of yourself (smiling!) to G7URP who will make this up into a Radio Buddy card to use for future courses.

This is the highest level of licence that you can obtain.

To gain a Full licence it is necessary to pass the Advanced Radio Communications Examination. This examination is more advanced than the Intermediate, it again covers radio theory and licence conditions but because holding a full licence enables you to use 400 Watts power output to your transmitter such subjects as Electro Magnetic Compatability (EMC), antenna design and safety issues are covered in some depth. The licence allows access to all the amateur allocations with full power.

When studying for the Advanced Radio Communications Examination there is currently no requirement to take a formal training course, this is because the examination is currently theory based, with no practical training element in the syllabus. It is possible to study at home on your own if you so wish. However, many local amateur radio clubs and societies and technical colleges run courses specifically for the Advanced Radio Communications Examination. Alternatively there are some correspondence and Internet courses available.

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NARC has various items of equipment which can be loaned out to members for a period of time.
Once on loan it is the repsonsabiltyof the member to ensure the safe keeping of the loaned equipment and any damage must be repaired or replaced before return.
Loan agreement document here.

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Amateur Radio Training with NARC

Training is very important to NARC because we realise this is how new people come into the hobby and attain their Foundation, Intermediate and Advance Amateur Radio licenses.
We are pleased to offer courses which are based on demand and our programme of other events and activities. To register your interest for a course and exam please email your name and contact details, together with which level of training course you are waiting for,  to the Club Exam Secretary David Palmer G7URP: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Club meetings...

The club meets virtually every Wednesday throughout the year in the sixth form centre of the City of Norwich School, Eaton Road, Norwich, NR4 6PP from 1900-2130.

We welcome anyone of any age, gender or ability and who enjoys experimenting with radio and electronics to come and meet us and see what we do in our hobby.

Please see above ONLINE tab for details of the club programme and below this piece for contacts of club officials.

 

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