The club is out and about this morning at Gateshead Central Library.
The Raspberry Pi Jam is an electronics event for the community and young people. We are there transmitting and talking about amateur radio.
The club had a day at Bowes Railway Museum. In 1826 it was at the height of technology as a steam powered rope wagonway. The Bowes Incline was at the top of a hill so in 2019 it’s a good place for radio too.
A clip from the Facebook livestream video of #gb0bow at the #bowesrailway in #gateshead. #anarc doing Railways on the Air 2019 on Saturday. Also doing a operator training as part of our learning programme at the club. #rsgb #railwaysontheair pic.twitter.com/YRuXnfEtjr— Anarc (@AnarcClub) September 23, 2019
We will be at Bowes Railway Museum on Saturday 16th June 2018 to participate in the Museums on the Air.
You can find out more by following this link; http://www.radio-amateur-events.org/IMW/
The Bowes Railway, built by George Stephenson in 1826, is the world’s only operational preserved standard gauge cable railway system, built to transport coal from pits in Durham to boats on the River Tyne.
Address: Springwell Rd, Gateshead NE9 7QJ
You can learn more about the railway here; http://bowesrailway.uk/
Amateur radio has its own day – 18th April 2018.
Before the web, the Internet and cellular communications there was wireless. Amateur radio allowed everyone in to worldwide communication. Today wireless is still important with wireless home routers, wireless data transfer and cell phones.
Amateur radio day celebrates the pioneers of radio.