Welcome to Thames Amateur Radio Group (TARG)

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Watch this 5 min PowerPoint / You Tube Introduction to TARG….. 

  • Friday 9th Nov. 7.15pm CW net 144.250, and voice net 8pm via GB3DA
  • Friday 16th Nov. 8pm Target Nite. Hands-on Radio. 

Screen shot2nd Nov AGM:A year in Newsletters” was the theme of the Chairman’s report. Nigel, M0ICH looked back at the club’s achievements picking two topics from each monthly newsletter. There were also detailed reports on Finances and Training. If the club is to continue to grow and provide the huge range of activities then the message for next year is Participation, Participation, Participation! Special credit to Training Team led by Mark M0IE0, the success of TARGet Nite led by John M0LFX, and support by Jon M0KGX, Huw M0LHT, Debs 2E0PTD and Belinda M6JNX. Read More…

Intermediate28th October: Intermediate Passes. After four days of practicals, study and revision over two weekends – four M6s (only 3 in photo) are awaiting their new 2E0 callsigns with excellent results from their indicative marking. This was a fun course with a great sense of humour and top marks. As always – many thanks to the tutors and support volunteers who gave up their time to help others progress in the hobby.

19th October: TARGet Nite. Photo shows Belinda M6JNX studying the details of this home-brew receiving Mag Loop. Also experiments on crystal radio, RF grounding and options to pick up a bargain with used equipment. This a proving to be a very popular part of the club activities.

Also: p.56 of November Radcom for report on Filed Day at Wat Tyler Park.

G4LTH05th October: TARG were pleased to welcome John G4LTH, Vice-Chair of Thurrock Acorns Amateur Radio Group, who gave a presentation on his experiences of operating /P from remote islands in Scotland.

The talk covered everything from the boat ride to the battery pack. The  photo shows just how remote his expedition was. Read More …


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