YOTA UK is taking place over the weekend of the 19-20 July at in Wolverhampton. Most of the activities will be at the Electricity Club near the City Centre, home of the Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society. There will also be some outdoor activities in the near-by Baggeridge Park.

  • This weekend offers two exciting days of amateur radio activities where you can: 
  • Meet other young radio amateurs
  • Learn about the Summits on the Air awards
  • See how you can work through satellites
  • Have a go at using digital modes
  • See how easy it is to build portable antennas
  • Take part in a Direction Finding competition
  • Find out about the latest radio technologies
  • Learn how to solder and use test meters
  • Complete the Intermediate Practical Assessments
  • Build a 20m PSK receiver
  • Take the Intermediate exam
  • Try your hand at operating the YOTA UK Special Event Station! 

Tickets are only £5 per day with additional cost if you want to build the receiver or take the exam. There is even a BBQ is included on the Saturday evening.

Full details of the timings, directions to the venue and a list of items to bring, will be forwarded by email.

Bookings are limited so book now - Click here

You can also keep up to date by following @YOTA_UK on twitter
Dan Trudgian, MØTGN, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Wiltshire, England. He's a radio nut, IT guru, general good guy and an all round good egg. Contact him him here.

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