Salop Amateur Radio Society
NEWS NEWS NEWS
A quantity of used equipment has been kindly donated to the club to be sold with proceeds going to club funds. A full list is on the for sale page.
Notice is hereby served, that the A.G. M. will be held
THURSDAY 29th OCTOBER
There may be some changes necessary, as to how we conduct this year’s A.G.M., subject to local/national guidelines surrounding Covid-19.
Please keep an eye out on the website, and your email, for any developments.
SARS Club Nets:
Due to the Club meeting resuming on a Friday night at the Telepost club the SSB net on a Thursday have been discontinued.
The Monday and Wednesday nets will continue
Times:- Monday Afternoon 1400 Hrs @ 144.230 Mhz SSB.
Due to local QRM the Wednesday Night net is moved to 144.230 SSB
Wednesday Night 2000Hrs @ 144.230 Mhz SSB.
Yours G8 DIR for SARS.
Salop Amateur Radio Society is a group for Radio and Electronics enthusiasts in and around the county of Shropshire (Salopia).
We are a friendly and active group meeting weekly on a Thursday evening in Shrewsbury for the many events, courses and projects that the club provides. (see the calendar and courses info for details!)
Those who may be interested in club history can find a brief narrative of the past 50 plus years here. We look forward to seeing you, please check the calendar to see what’s on and drop in to see us. Click on the ‘Join’ section, to download a membership form.
If you are already a shortwave listener or scanner enthusiast you can usually find us on a TUESDAY afternoon on CW from 16:30, 144.070 MHz, and on WEDNESDAY evening on our “Club On Air Net” on 433.375MHz (RB15) via the GB3LH Repeater at around 20.00 clock time.
Dates can change at short notice due to circumstances beyond our control – this list is updated frequently and should be considered as the “most correct” source of information. Please check before travelling.
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SARS meet at The Telepost Club, Railway Lane, Abbey Foregate. Meetings are at 8pm most Thursdays
SFI [High is good]
|SN (sunspots) [High is good]
50-75 conditions attenuated
100 – 150 ideal
|The A Index [Low is good]
1 – 6 is Best
7 – 9 is OK
11+ is BAD
|The K Index [Low is good]
0 or 1 is BEST
2 is OK
3 or more is BAD
5+ is VERY VERY BAD
|XRay [Low is good]
B: Very Low
M: Moderate to high
X: High to extreme