RNLI

G0KOK, down to the wire.
G0KOK, down to the wire.

The Hilderstone Amateur radio club helped the students of Chatham House raise money for the RNLI by setting up a radio station at the Ramsgate Lifeboat station.

Peter (call sign G0KOK) with the white curly hair joining some wires up making the aerial to transmit the messages across the world.

Here we see Peter using a fishing line to get the aerial up high enough by stringing it between two lamp-post’s.

Sine wave.
Sine wave.

Craig Bass, call sign 2E0XDY, is speaking to other amateur radio enthusiasts across Europe. Together with other pupils on the day they raised over £250 for the RNLI.

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