The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB), in association with Bletchley Park, is pleased to offer a new workshop: An Introduction to Amateur Radio.
The workshop is intended to give an introductory insight to amateur radio for anyone who wants to find out more or get involved in this interesting hobby. There will be people on hand to discuss the various aspects and the next steps should you wish to further your interest.
The workshop will consist of a mix of introductory talks, videos and demonstrations, with the morning session being held in a classroom environment. After the workshop, delegates will have the opportunity to visit the RSGB’s National Radio Centre (located within Bletchley Park) to see amateur radio in action.
At the NRC, delegates will have the opportunity to talk with our radio operators and to experience:
- Short wave radio communication around the world
- Receiving voice, Morse code and digital signal transmissions
- Learning how to track satellites and the international space station
Anyone wishing to attend must pre-book.
The workshop is open to people aged 17 years and above. Persons aged under the age of 18 attending without an accompanying adult will need to bring written permission from their parent/guardian to attend.
This is not a technical workshop, but it does introduce the basic concepts of electromagnetic waves, frequency and wavelength.
The ticket includes access to Bletchley Park for the day only.
Refreshments will be provided and there will be ample opportunity to talk with the presenters throughout the day.
Once registered, we will send a confirmation email with more details prior to the day.
If you have questions concerning this event, in the first instance, please email: [email protected] and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.