IRTS VHF Manager’s Report

There was major tropospheric propagation which occurredon 2m and 70cm opening over May 5th and 6th betweenD4VHF (Cape Verde) and the Caribbean. On 5th of MayD4VHF worked 9Y4D (4,006km) & KP4EIT (4,393km)on 2m using FT8. D4VHF also worked 9Y4D (4,006km)and FG8OJ (3,867km) on 70cm using FT8.On 6th of MayD4VHF worked NP4BM (4,450km) & WP3DN (4,363km)on 2m using FT8. On 29th of April Tim EI4GRead More…

Shannon Basin Radio Club

The Shannon Basin Radio Club is now having a net on Top Band every Monday evening at 20:00 Local on 1916 KHx. The 80 meters net continues to be on Wednesday evenings on 3720 KHz plus or minus QRM at 20:00 and the 2 meter net is on Thursday evenings at 20:00 local. There has been a lot of interest in the nets over the last couple of weeks and everyone is welcome to join in. See the clubs Facebook Read More…

Shannon Basin Radio Nets

The Shannon Basin Radio Club is now having a net on Top Band every Monday evening at 20:00 Local on 1.916. The 80 meters net has changed frequency to be on Wednesday evenings on 3.720 plus or minus qrm at 20:00 and the 2 meter net is on Thursday evenings at 20:00 local. There has been a lot of interest in the nets over the last couple of weeks and everyone is welcome to join in. See the clubs FacRead More…