Offered for sale by Trevor G2KF
I am having to sell my ic 756 pro 3 Iam looking £1.400
I want £800 for each of my ic 7400s.
I want £800 for my ic7000 with LDG 200w & 6m Auto atu
I also have a 4 element 6m yagi £50. tatty but working ok.
I am using the ic 7400s to read the news with so you can hear the output audio is great.
I also have a pair of 8 element 4meter yagis for 70 mhz I won the Trophy contest in 2005 with them i think the total gain is about 16dbd 18dbi more or less all i know is they really work great.
If anyone is interested please contact. Trev Harris G2KF..
Silent Key Service – Doug Fisher
A Memorial Service is being held at Penmount Crematorium Truro
Saturday June 20th at 3.00. pm
Many Thanks Ken G0FIC
Doug would be well known by our members who were around back in the 70’s and 80’s. He ran Bryants Van Hire at Lanner for many years and moved away from the County some years back. His call sign escapes me at present but I believe he was a G4.
These are excellent to get you operational on the 2m & 70cm bands and I doubt you will beat these prices anywhere.
UAS Enterprises Ltd
Ken Dual Band antenna offers.
X-30 N 2M 70CM DUAL BAND COLLINEAR ANTENNA £28
quality VHF / UHF Dual band base antenna with radials Technical Data Frequency 144 / 430 MHz Profit VHF 3.0 dB UHF 5.5 dB Max power 200 W Material Whip: fiberglass Connection N female Length 1.3 m Weight approx 1.05 kg complete with stainless steel straps for pole mounting side
X-50 N 2M 70CM DUAL BAND COLLINEAR ANTENNA £31
quality VHF / UHF Dual band base antenna with radials Technical Data Frequency 144 / 430 MHz Profit VHF 4.5 dB UHF 7.2 dB Max power 200 W Material Whip: fiberglass Connection N female Length 1.7 m Weight 1.4 kg Comes complete with stainless steel straps for pole mounting side
We can now confrim our plans to operate a Special Event station over the weekend as our Club venue at
Gweal an Top was available and has now been booked for Murdoch Day Saturday 13th June.
Predominently for Club members to gather, chat and operate radio promoting the Murdoch Day activities within the town it is also a chance to welcome visitors from the general opublic to demonstrate something of our fascinating hobby to them in the hope it may spark an interest and bring more people into the hobby.
For more details contact our Chairman Ken G0FIC
Mike Dickenson formerly from the Troon area of Cornwall M0DIV later as MW0DIV Passed away Yesterday, 22nd April.
Ken G0FIC – Via G1LNA
We are to be joined this evening by the Assistant DRM for region 11. Hw will talk to us about the activities of the RSGB and relay any topics we raise with him for cascading upwards to the RSGB for consideration and an answer if he is unable to address the topic sufficiently.
It is the first time for a we have been visited since Mark M0VAU relinquished his post. The new brrom I understand is very keen at present so we should make use of his enthusiasm before he becomes bitter and twisted and as cynical as the rest of us!
Venue Gweal An Top School time 7.30 kick off.
UAS Enterprises Ltd
Hello CRAC Members , hope you’re ok .
As 4m is becoming popular locally now here’s 3 offers
1.Sirio – 4-68 antenna £41
Tried and tested by many of us and performs really well
2.Sirio – GPA 66-108 £29 ( will fit in a loft )
In 2 to 3 weeks I will have new stock of the Anytone AT588 – 4m radio (50w Max output) £120
Also tried and tested by some of us – At full TX powere runs quite cool and receives well too
I have been asked to forward this emil on to all our members should anyone been interested in taking park. If you are please contact emc.chairman
From: Graham Murchie [
Sent: 29 March 2015 8:23 PM
Subject: EMC ‘volunteers’
It was good to see most of the Leadership Team at Sandy last Saturday. I managed to chat to quite a few of you but I’m sorry that I couldn’t speak to everyone.
During the event, I asked you all to think about people you know in your Region, Club, Committee etc who might be possible volunteers to help the EMC Committee with tracking down and identifying interference.
John Rogers tells me that he has heard from some of you but can I ask again that you all go back to John either with suggestions or to say that there isn’t anyone that you know who would be able to help. The EMC team are happy to train people to use the equipment so they don’t have to be hi-tech.
This is an absolute key area for the hobby so please think hard and e-mail John
See you all in six months
Graham Murchie G4FSG
Chairman, RSGB Board