Welcome to the website of the Leicester Radio Society
We are an amateur radio club based in Leicester with over 100 years of history, please take a look around. Current and previous members are encouraged to create an account by clicking on the "Sign up" link on the right hand side of the page. If you are considering joining us (or are just interested in amateur radio), you are welcome to sign up and use the shoutbox where many club members are active.
We are also trying to build a comprehensive gallery of LRS contests and special event stations over the years so if you have any pictures, please contact our webmaster who will be pleased to receive them.
Below you will find upcoming events and announcements from the committee.
We have taken the decision to close the club premises with immediate effect. There will be no club meetings for the foreseeable future.
Please read the NHS advice on Covid-19 if you require any more information https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Stay safe everybody,
Data Modes 19th July 19:30 Zoom Presentation POSTPONED
The scheme provides plenty interesting tasks aimed at increasing your knowledge and participation in the hobby.
TASK HEADINGS INCLUDE:-
HAVE A GO GETTING INVOLVED TAKING PART MAKING PROMOTING AMATEUR RADIO
Have you registered? if so please let me know how you are getting on.
If not, why not join the scheme
Also for members and non-members don't forget the Individual Scheme again contact Mike G4SJX
Fridays 19.30 - 20.30 145.325 +- QRM
Come and join us on the air each Friday night
another oppurtunity to keep in touch with the latest club news.
THE NET FREQUENCY IS BEING MONITORED (AS AND WHEN) DAILY
CALL IN FOR A CHAT TO KEEP IN TOUCH
TX Factor is a series of high definition TV shows covering all aspects of the hobby of amateur radio, the latest episode is below.
TX Factor episode 27 is now live.
Another post-lockdown special? - Indeed! And we hope you are safe and well and looking forward to some TX Factor action. In this final show of 2020, we visit the home of a well-known and long-established amateur radio aficionado Don Field G3XTT. A year ago Don moved to a new QTH near Wells in Somerset, and back in March we visited him to find out how he’s settled in.
Bob and Mike get to grips with setting up an OpenSpot Gateway for mobile use. And, we hear from RSGB General Manager Steve Thomas M1ACB on the amazing media response to this summer’s amateur radio revival during the lockdown period. All this and a free-to-enter draw!
Previous episodes are available to view here