Contacts


Chairman (Dave):
chairman @ galaradioclub.co.uk

Secretary (Jim):
secretary @ galaradioclub.co.uk

Treasurer (Colin):
treasurer @ galaradioclub.co.uk

Webmaster (Mike):
admin @ galaradioclub.co.uk

Club Information

Callsign - Name:
GM4YEQ

Golf Mike Four Yankee Echo Quebec

QTH:
Galashiels, Scottish Borders

IARU/Maidenhead Locator:
IO85OO

Lat/Lon:
55°36' N, 2°48'W

Current Propogation Status

Solar X-rays:
Status
Geomagnetic Field: Status
From n3kl.org

VHF Aurora:
Status
144 MHz E-Skip in EU:
Status
From The DXrobot

Kp Estimate:
Kp Info at SEC
From NOAA


Old Photos

March 14th, 2012 by gdars

Winding back the years…

Here are a collection of photographs taken by club members past and present. I’ve tried to keep then in more or less chronological order. Some of the dates have been estimated. If anyone can identify the year, and add any relevant comments/stories/anecdotes, then feel free to email them to me and I’ll add them in!

1980s and early 1990s

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Whitrope – Railways On The Air, 27/28th September 2008 GB0WRH

September 28th, 2008 by gdars

Location
Whitrope Railway Heritage Centre, near Hawick.

Railways on the Air

Some members of the club took part in the Railways On The Air event by setting up a station at Whitrope.

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144MHz QRP Contest Ashkirk 8th June 2008

June 8th, 2008 by gdars

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Open Day 2006

October 22nd, 2006 by gdars

22nd October 2006

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Hartwoodmyres, Sep 2006

September 17th, 2006 by gdars

The equipment was set up on the hill at Hartwoodmyres near Selkirk. Dave (GM0KCN) set up his HF dipole (coming down from a long pole, raised by pulley system) and operated his Yaesu 757GX set powered by 12v car battery (still attached to the car)! A vertical fishing pole antenna was also set up.

Colin (MM1APS) arrived and set up his vertical “screwdriver” HF antenna and Kenwood TS50 powered by the biggest sealed-lead-acid “Gell-cell” battery you’ve ever seen!

Jim (GM7LUN), George (GM1OPO) and Mike (MM3NTX) came along and helped out.

Several contacts were made by both Dave and Colin, and a good day was had by all. NB No frogs were harmed during the making of this website…

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