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  • How to run a Special Event Station

    Special Event InformationFor information on how to setup a SES (Special Event Station) Steve G0KYA has put together a guide, Click the image to download the guide. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which is free from this link. (Please read Optional Offers before you download)

    NARC supports many Special Event Stations over the year but cannot run all events this guide will help YOU setup a SES station.
    regards NARC.

     

  • Koblenz Twinning

     

    Norwich Amateur Radio Club and the Koblenz Amateur Radio Club in Germany have maintained a monthly radio sked  since 2004 as part of the City Twinning arrangements between Norwich and  Koblenz. The sked is usually on the second Saturday of each month at 10.00am local clock time on 7.135MHz. To assist local Norwich stations to join the sked a listening watch will also be maintained on 145.250 VHF. So if you have difficulty in joining the net please call G3PDH (Malcolm) or G3LDI (Roger) on VHF.
    For more information regarding the sked check the club diary or click here.

    Presentation of the Koblenz City flag by Arno DL1PBC (right) to Peter G3ASQ NARC President. Arno was in the UK on an English language course in November 2005 and managed to make a quick weekend visit to Norwich.

    In April 2006 a 6 day visit was made by Arno DL1PBC and Ralf DM5RS to Norwich during which they toured the city and surrounding countryside as well as visiting NARC. They also took part in various Amateur Radio activities including a radio sked back to their club and other stations in Koblenz. During their visit to NARC formal gifts were exchanged and they met with many of the club members. In 2005 by Malcolm G3PDH to Koblenz and the shack of Koblenz Radio Club working CW back to Roger G3LDI in Norwich. Koblenz is situated at the junction of the Rhine and Mosel rivers amongst the vineyards of the beautiful Mosel Valley.

  • SES / Contest Equipment