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  • AARG - Events Schedule
    Events DATE EVENT DESCRIPTION AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 1 Sunday 8th May Magnum Rally Magnum Centre Irvine 2 Tuesday 10th May Science Day Coylton Primary School 3 Low Power 2m Contest Brown Carrick Hill To be supplied 4 Ayr Flower Show

    Original URL path: http://www.gm0ayr.org/sub_events_schedule.html (2016-04-30)
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  • AARG - Projects Schedule
    Projects Schedule getting your sleves rolled up HOME BACK Schedule of Club Projects venue and time information PROJECT NAME CONTACT PROJECT DESCRIPTION Building the XYZ Joe Blogs Doing whatever it

    Original URL path: http://www.gm0ayr.org/sub_projects_schedule.html (2016-04-30)
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  • AARG - Training Courses
    with no practical training element in the syllabus It is possible to study at home on your own if you so wish However members of the AARG do make themselves available through scheduled tutorial sessions usually prior to the regular club meetings specifically for the Advanced Radio Communications Examination and of course there are some very good correspondence and Internet courses available GETTING YOUR LICENSE Having the ability to operate on the amateur radio bands opens up a whole new experience enabling you to make friends all over the world build your own equipment install your own amateur radio station in your home and fully participate in all aspects of the hobby To do this it is necessary to obtain an amateur transmitting licence In the UK there are three types of licence each one giving a different set of privileges and requires examination passes at each level These are known as the Foundation Intermediate and Full Licence levels The latter is also commonly referred to as the Advanced level Each licence level has to be achieved before the next can be taken SETTING UP YOUR STATION It s that confusing place where we ve all been at one time or another Advertisements and catalogues are spread out in front of you and there is some money burning a hole in your pocket You re about to invest in your first Amateur Radio station and you don t know which way to go Talk to Other Radio Amateurs Do your homework first don t buy more than you need or think you ll need in the future Resist the temptation to purchase the latest and usually very expensive equipment featuring a host of bells and whistles that might never be used Note that not all features are good features and at times they can be traps Before you order a piece of equipment talk to as many current owners as you can Surf the Web for information and don t accept just one opinion Try to get a number of opinions and decide from the resulting comment instead Most amateurs are willing to share information on their experiences with different products and these personal experiences will often tell you more than a manufacturer s brochure Dealing with Dealers Let s suppose that you ve decided to buy new equipment for your first station Look for a dealer you can trust to give you a reasonable market price and who will be likely be able to help you with any future questions you may have including accepting returns within a reasonable period of time The dealer should be the interface between you and the equipment manufacturer for at least the original time of the warranty period You might even find a dealer who can also provide a repair service What About Used Equipment It is recommended that you should avoid large investments in used equipment The exception is when you can buy your gear from a reputable dealer who ll stand

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  • AARG - Buddy System
    Licence Course and gaining a pass certificate a successful candidate s name should be added to the AARG Buddy System list A suitable AARG mentor Buddy should be selected and approached by the Committee to oversee the early difficulties of securing the Candidate s Licence and the basic equipment required to enable them to operate efficiently within the limits of their Licence If this match is agreeable to both parties

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  • AARG - Early Days Gallery
    night at Wellington Square L R GM4CUB GM3KGJ GM3THI GM4WFV Home Brew mobile rig 1950 s by Angus Walker Heathfield Aerodrome NFD 1950 Hobby s Fair Kilmarnock circa 1950 Mobile Rally 1945 with some old locals and Ron GM4JO 2nd

    Original URL path: http://www.gm0ayr.org/gallery_pages_and_images/early_days_gallery.html (2016-04-30)
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  • AARG - 70th Aiinversary Gallery
    A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 A36 A37 A38 A39 A40 A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46 A47 A48 A49

    Original URL path: http://www.gm0ayr.org/gallery_pages_and_images/70_birthday_gallery.html (2016-04-30)
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  • AARG - Field Days Gallery
    Day Ballantrae Beneraird VHF Field Day Ballantrae Beneraird VHF Field Day Ballantrae Beneraird 1293Mhz Station Ballantrae Beneraird Mike Dalrymple GM4SUC on Lady Isle Carrick Hills Jim McMaster GM0TBH Andy Fulton GM3CSO Marcus Bowman GM3LVW Duncan McArthur GM3TNT Tom Mitchell GM0JHF St John s Tower Ayr the site of the first Scottish Parliament GM3MQO and GM0DHZ with Sharon and Craig Garry GM3MQO and Alex GM4DZH Harley Christie GM3SNP at the site of the first Scottish Parliament Alex Johnson GM4DZH Peter and Craig Sturgeon at St John s Tower Alex GM4DZH and Jim MM0CNF Jim Clark MM0CNF Andy Fulton GM3CSO Ian McAlister MM0TFU Ron Harkness GM3THI Jim Barclay GM4SDQ centre Ian GM3VMG Marcus GM3LVW Mike Dalrymple GM4SUC at Crossraguel Abbey D46 Ian Kirkwood GM3VMG centre Ian Kirkwood GM3VMG D49 Ron Harkenss GM3THI D51 Duncan GM3TNT and Mike Dalrymple GM3SUC Duncan GM3TNT and Mike Dalrymple GM3SUC NFD Steel Park VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills Alex GMNFC and Ian MM0TFU VHF LPC Alex GMNFC and Ian MM0TFU VHF LPC Dennis MG3NIG and Alex GM3NFC VHF LPC Alex Dunn GM3NFC in his mobile shack Gillian Robinson 2M1FQI centre Bob Stevenson MM3PPV centre Charlie Stewart MM0GNS centre Charlie Stewart MM0GNS centre VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills Evan Caroline and Morgan Olesen Martyn Olesen MM3PXI Alex Dunn s Mobile Shack VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills Ian MM0TFU and Dennis GM3NIG Bill Miller GM3PMB rear view Martyn MM3PXI and Caroline Olesen VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills VHF Low Power Contest VHF LPC Carrick Hills Charlie Stewart MM0GNS centre Charlie Stewart MM0GNS Dennic Nutt GM3YDN

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  • AARG - Ailsa Craig Gallery
    B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 B25 B26 B27 B28 B29 B30 B31 B32 B33 B34 B35 B36 B37 B38 B39 B40 B41 B42 B43 B44 B45 B46 B47 B48 B49

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