Welcome to our club

Formed in 1982, Grantham Amateur Radio Club (GARC) an RSGB affiliated club, is one of the oldest amateur radio clubs in Lincolnshire. The club is based at the Grantham West Community Centre, with it’s own dedicated radio shack and meeting rooms.

We welcome anybody with an interest in radio communications to join our strong membership of amateur radio enthusiasts. Coming from all walks of life our members are eager to enhance their technical knowledge and pass on their experience of amateur radio and having fun in the process.

Grantham Amateur Radio Club is a registered RSGB training centre and our in house trainers regularly run training courses for all 3 classes of licence.

We organise Bi annual IOTA expeditions, regular field days and special event stations. So why not get interested and come along to our friendly meetings and take part in our many activities. Including talks, demonstrations, competitions and quiz nights.

Club Meetings

Club Meeting

 

Anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio are welcome to come along to our friendly meetings.
The club meets the first Tuesday of each month at Grantham West Community Centre Trent Road Grantham (click for location map)
Please check the club calendar, Facebook page or Twitter for the times of future meetings and event information.
All meeting start 19:30 – 20:00

Latest DX Spots

Time (UTC) Dx Callsign Frequency
15:52:00OH9SCL7167
15:52:00R5WM144360
15:52:00OR18CRD7010
15:51:00UA0LCZ3515.7
15:51:00KB1VZY14161
15:51:00S57S14221
15:51:00RT0C3525
15:51:005T5PA14074.5

Latest Space Weather

SDO/HMI Continuum
SDO / HMI Continuum
SDO/HMI Magnetogram
SDO / HMI Magnetogram

Images and Data Courtesy of SOHO (ESA & NASA) and NOAA

The future of amateur radio


Introduced by Don Beattie, G3BJ, five young radio amateurs from different countries explain what they think the future of amateur radio should look like.

Amateur Radio: The future of amateur radio is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International licence.
Credit: Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB)

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