TX Factor Christmas Episode is Live

The long-awaited new episode of TX Factor is now live!

TX Factor is the only UK TV show dedicated to amateur radio and our latest episode features two new exciting radios. There’s a sneak preview of the Yaesu FTdx 101 hybrid transceiver and a comprehensive overview of the high-performance Icom IC-R6800 general coverage receiver.
 
Also in Episode 22, Pete Sipple M0PSX visits the 2018 RSGB Convention. We chat with Graham Shirville G3VZV with an update on the latest news from AMSAT including what to expect when the geostationary satellite Es’hail-2 is in full operation. And more down to earth, Bob Mccreadie G0FGX ventures into the controversial world of Network Radio! And for your post Christmas delight, there is another free-to-enter draw with a bundle of radio-related items to win.
TX Factor is free to watch across all platforms and Smart TVs. The latest episode and all our previous shows are available at txfactor.co.uk. where you can also download or subscribe to a weekly podcast of the GB2RS News from the RSGB.

TX Factor is sponsored by Martin Lynch & Sons, and the Radio Society of Great Britain and is also supported by viewer donations.
Nick Bennett 2EØFGQ co-hosts TX Factor with Bob McCreadie GØFGX and Mike Marsh G1IAR. Contact the team at [email protected]

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