25-Oct-2020 - Online
This years AGM has now been rescheduled to an online event at 10am on Sunday, 25th October 2020, by Zoom. Meeting details are given below.
NB:This will be 10:00 UTC as the clocks will have changed
This years premier event at BT Adastral Park, Martlesham, near Ipswich on Sat/Sun, 18/19-Apr-2020 has been cancelled. Consequently the UKuG AGM has been postponed.
A new trifold leaflet is available in pdf and in professional printed form.
The leaflet aims to inform the general public who may wonder what you are doing when out portable or for publicising the microwave interests at public events that your club organises.
Printed copies of this tri-fold leaflet are available on request via Barry G4SJH, email: email@example.com.
Please ensure you include your postal delivery address and the approximate quantity required.
Available as a free benefit to UKuG members is our chip components service.
The hardware and support menus have links for our 'Members Chip Bank'
2020 is here - make sure you make it an active on-air one!
Remember we also have:
30-April-2019: Latest UK 9.3km 241 GHz record added to our Distance Records tables
22-Jul-2017: 23cm Record (GB2RS)
21-May-2017: Ongoing efforts saw a new UK Distance record of 6.8km on both the 122 and 241 GHz Bands
Audio, Video and Images of recent mmWave QSOs show just how practical can be:- are becoming.
We always welcome activity reports and media from 24-248 GHz (and beyond!)
2300-2302 MHz NoV
275GHz - Terahertz NoV|
Ofcom Amateur Licensing / Consultations
Extra links and information have been added onto our 3400 MHz page
Microwave propagation beacons are a key aid to amateur construction, testing and operating. We have information and support:-
Publicity banners and accessories are available
For example, click for the excellent quality UKuG Lapel Badges and other items.
UK Microwave Group, works closely with RSGB and other affilated groups such as Amsat-UK and BATC regarding a wide range of Ofcom and CEPT related issues. Copies of submissions on UWB, SRR, 3400 MHz, Olympics and other issues are on our Papers & Consultations Page
A wonderful online collection of classic microwave hardware is mainatained by Allan G8LSD:
Classic hardware is worth a browse thru
Alan welcomes support and donations of all kinds.
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