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Disclaimer: ANARC would wish to make it clear that the programme of events is correct at the time of publication. Amateur Radio is a hobby arranged by volunteers who may not be able to run a given event due to matters beyond their personal control. 

Public Holidays: The club does not meet on Monday nights where that Monday is a public holiday in England. This is simply because members are usually using the time to be with their families and friends.

All events are at the club location from 7-00pm unless otherwise stated.

The club is always looking for amateurs to bring their expertise to the club and do a short 30 minute talk.

Date / Time
Club nights are normally 19:00 to 21:00 on Mondays. Talks from 19:30 hours.
Monday 4 September 2017
Come along and take to the Air. Register for Intermediate course and for exams at all levels.
Monday 11 September 2017
7-30 pm Soldering with demonstration by David Stansfield G0EVV/
Successful Soldering. A step by step, hands on look at joining metals (including components on a printed circuit board) together. We will look at the metallurgy and practicalities of making reliable electrical connections using lead and silver based solders. What to look for, what is possible and what is not.
Monday 18 September 2017
Come along and take to the Air. 7-30 preparation for Raiiways on the Air
Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th September 2017
Railways on the air (ROTA) from the Bowes Railway Museum. Celebrating the anniversary of the first steam powered passenger railway which took place on 27th September 1825 - the first passenger train ran on a line in the North East of England from Darlington to Stockton.
Monday 25 September 2017
Come along and take to the Air
Monday 2 October 2017
Come along and take to the Air
Monday 9 October 2017
Come along and take to the Air
Monday 16 October 2017
7-30 pm Super Speed Broadband the impact on the Amateur of living with it. David Stansfield G0EVV.
VDSL super speed internet services employ routers that generated signals across much of the HF Amateur Bands from 3.5 to 18MHz. This results in a comb of carriers at 4kHz spacing. The EMC committee of the RSGB is in discussions with OFCOM to quantify this compatibility issue, but at the moment being able to recognise and report to the EMC committee these affects is important to the Amateur. With up to date report from RSGB Convention on 14 and 15 October

Saturday 21 October 2017
From 9-00 am at the House on the Hill, Hill Head Road, West Denton, Newcastle NE5 (just off A69) parking on site.

Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) for scouts from Newcastle and Northumberland from about 08:00 until 16:00 to set up the stations and run the activities. The main attraction is a FREE fish and chip lunch.. As previously we will provide the activities necessary to achieve the communication badge. This is an opportunity to operate a Special Event Station where the Scouts send a greetings message, or to assist the Scouts to learn something about Amateur Radio. This is an opportunity to go on the air and get experience.

Monday 23 October 2017
Come along and take to the Air
Monday 30 October 2017
Come along and take to the Air
Monday 6 November 2017
Preparation for Rally Come along and take to the Air.
Saturday 11th November 2017
“Fog on the Tyne Rally”
Angel club are holding their seventh year of the “Fog on the Tyne Rally” from 10-30am at Whitehall Road Methodist Church Hall, Gateshead.

Sunday 12th November 2017
Barnsley Premier Leisure Complex, Queen’s Road, Barnsley, S71 1AN. From 10-00am
Monday 13 November 2017
Come along and take to the Air, Round up from Rally.
Jota 2015
Jota 2015
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