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Practical Group

The Sutton and Cheam Radio society practical group meets most Monday nights at the 7th Banstead scout group hall, behind Banstead Methodist church.

Here’s what we’ve been up to…

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PW 144MHz QRP contest 2017

PW 144MHz QRP contest 2017

From a very windy Epsom Downs, the club entered this year’s Practical Wireless 2m QRP contest. We had a great turn out of members, with a total of 8 people operating, and others who came along to help. The rules this year had changed (glad I read […]

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SSB Field day

Over the weekend of 3rd and 4th of September 2016 members of the society took part in SSB field day. For those not familiar with this event, it is a radio contest, organised by the RSGB, where we attempt to make as many contacts, with as many […]

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Carshalton Environmental Fair – 29th August 2016

On a very hot and sunny bank holiday Monday, members of SCRS brought the world of amateur radio to many visitors from among the thousands that attended the Carshalton Environmental Fair. Under the much needed shade of a gazebo, the team setup an off-centre dipole into the […]

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Monday 25th July 2016

This evening’s practical session saw Alex, Steve, Lawrence, and Peter work a variety of contacts on 2m SSB, including visiting Spanish amateur M/EA1ITC who was situated in High Wycombe. Also pictured is a variety of crafts from the local Scouts to whom we continue to be very […]

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Monday 21st September 2015

Steve and Phil were investigating ferrites for use in a balun. Andy, brought along an old Pye battery radio. Alex brought along his new Yaesu FT7900.

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Monday 10th August 2015

Martin (M1MRB) and Chris (M0TCH) brought along oscilloscopes, and were able to see AM and SSB waveforms using a and homebrew Rf monitor, which Martin had built. Peter brought a Yaesu FT757, which emitted a little smoke from a faulty transistor! A little work is required. Phil […]

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Monday 3rd August 2015

Sorry for the delay since we last updated this blog. Lots of excitement tonight, as we worked Denis, M0NDJ in Japan at the World Scout Jamboree who was operating the 8N23WSJ station. We used a beam for 20m with the club Kenwood TS2000 running around 100W. We […]

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Please note – there will be no practical group meeting on Monday 4th May.

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Monday 27th April, 2015

Alex (M0IDM) came along with some kit he bought at a recent junk sale. We were joined by a number of members of CATS (Coulsdon Amateur Radio Society), which was great, and lots of conversations were had. Andy (M3IBF) was working HF on the club TS2000. Andy […]

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Monday 20th April 2015

Congratulations to the 8 out of 9 of our Intermediate licence students had indicative pass marks on their exam on Sunday. Andy and Steve were doing some 2m SSB on the club Kenwood TS2000, and managed to work into Belgium and France, using our club call sign […]

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  • Listen out for our call sign G7SAC over the weekend, during the SSB field day contest.,
  • Excellent. Great work.,
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  • Many thanks to for his fascinating talk last night on Space Weather.,
  • Will be heading off to Epsom downs shortly for the Practical Wireless 144 MHz QRP contest. Pop in and say hello at the long car park. ,
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