The next meeting of the Tipperary Amateur Radio Group will be held at The Park Hotel, Clonmel on Thursday 26th March 2015 at 8.30pm. This meeting is open to all and short wave listeners are very welcome to attend. A number of radio related topics are up for discussion as well as plans for participation in the forthcoming IRTS 2meters Counties Contest.
The next meeting of the Tipperary Amateur Radio Group will be held at The Park Hotel, Clonmel on Thursday the 5th of February 2015 at 8.30pm. This meeting is open to all and Short Wave Listeners are in particular very welcome to attend. A number of radio related topics are up for discussion as well as plans for participation in upcoming radio related events.
Rather than have a meeting in December, the consensus at last weeks AGM was to meet for a few drinks instead, so it is planned to meet up on Saturday evening the 10th of December about 21:00 in Moynihans Bar, 4 Gladstone Street, Clonmel. All are welcome.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, TARG have had to delay their monthly meeting.
The next meeting of TARG will take place on Thursday the 14th of May, in Raheen House, Clonmel at 20:00. Discussions will focus on upcoming field day activities. All are welcome.
The next meeting of TARG will take place on Thursday the 5th of February, in Raheen House, Clonmel at 20:00. All are welcome.
Many thanks to EI2IT, EI3ENB, EI8EPB, and EI7IG for activating EI7T/P for the contest. It was good to get up Slievenamon again this year (it was on fire last year), and to hear so many operators on the band.
EI3ENB, EI7IG, EI2IT, Jim Ronan (Mechanic!), EI8EPB behind the camera.
EI3ENB making tea, EI2IT dismantling, EI7IG behind the camera.
More pictures available here.
Good luck to all that took part!
Also note, that we have a meeting again on Thursday the 3rd of April.
Congrats to Eddie on winning the High Power FM section of the Autumn 2m Counties contest.
Cormac EI4HQ will give a talk to SEARG about AIS (Automatic
Identification System), a recently introduced radio based ship
transponder technology. AIS is quickly becoming an indispensable
information & safety tool at sea. Cormac will describe why AIS is
interesting from a radio point of view, and he will suggest a few ways
it can be of use in amateur radio applications.
South Eastern Amateur Radio Group meet at the Roanmore Social and Sports Centre, Cleaboy Road, Waterford. Meetings take place at 8.00 p.m. on the last Monday of each month!
52 15.467N 007 08.066W