News
KW Electronics Talk

K.W. Electronics was a British manufacturer of amateur radio equipment founded in the mid-1950s by the late Rowley Shears G8KW.It was based in Dartford, Kent, and manufactured a wide range of high-frequency band receivers, transmitters, and accessory equipment including the KW Vanguard, KW2000, etc. The company was taken over by DECCA and subsequently ceased production during […]

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Ham Radio Network Proudly Presents Grand Field Day

On the 31st of July at 9 AM, The Ham Radio Network is Hosting a Grand field day at Willesborough Windmill in Ashford. This is a FREE event where those interested in Ham Radio, or who want to find out more, can come along and see traditional and state-of-the-art modes of operation, using GHz down […]

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News
Durban Road clean-up and social event at Manston.

Thank you to everyone the helped with the clean-up at the back of the scout hut on Durban road, here are some before and after pictures that show the hard work The club will be holding a social event for members and their guests at Manston on the 23rd of July. G0HRS members will receive a £10 […]

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Activities
GB1MSM at Manston

Thank you to everyone who turned up to operate GB1MSM at Manston. We had a great turnout so thank you to everyone who turned up, VHF was very successful and the DMR was also good. The HF conditions were against us and thank you to everyone that helped set up the station. Congratulations to Adam […]

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Activities
SOS Radio Week – Margate Lifeboat Station

Hilderstone Radio Society organized a Special Event Station at Margate LifeboatStation’s open day on 7th May as part of SOS Radio week, spreading the word of theRNLI’s work worldwide.We suspended our antenna between the top of the lifeboat station’s 10m highflagpole and some railings on the cliff behind the lifeboat station. It worked prettywell once […]

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News
GB0NFL

On the 20, 21 & 22 August, the GB0NFL Special Event Station will one again be on air for International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend . We will have a HF station operating near the North Foreland Lighthouse using 400w with an experimental phased pair of verticals for 80m and EFHW for 40m and up. The HF […]

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COTY
RSGB National Club Of The Year 2018

The Hilderstone Radio Society is delighted to be named RSGB Club Of The Year 2018. After winning the regional award for 6 years running, we are all very happy to have been awarded this coveted title. Thank you to all of our members and our RSGB representatives.

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Activities
GB1MSM on Armed Forces Day

The Hilderstone Radio Society had a great day out at The Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum at Manston today in support of their Armed Forces Day event. The event was well attended by club members and visitors alike. We operated a HF station on CW and a 2m station on SSB for most of the […]

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Activities
6m Trophy Contest

On Saturday a group of club members along with friend to the club, Ian Hope 2E0IJH arrived at Manston Spitfire Museum to set up a station for an entry in the 6m contest starting at 1400 UTC. We had a very old 6ele beam which had been rescued from a hedge during the recovery of […]

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Talks
Deep Space Communication

Ever wondered how we get data back from satellites and probes in deep space? Well, the members of the Hilderstone Radio Society were given talk by Matt, M0LMK, on the subject as our first talk of the new club year. The talk was very well attended and it was great to learn about the history […]

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