Hi Roger, ...WOW nearly a local !! Dont be put of by some of the highly
sophisticated things you see on the reflector. I think all the subscribers
would rush to say that it caters for all levels of experience. Dont be
afraid to ask, what may seem like a silly question....if you don't know the
answer ...then it's not a silly question. There are a number of very useful
web sites that you should make a point of visiting that have a lot of useful
and up to the minute stuff. Probably the best general guide is Rik's site
also Dave's (G3YXM) site has a lot of links to other useful information.
I think that is right but Dave will issue a correction if I screwed it up.
I am sure that you will find links to most of the other reflector
'regulars'. Look for G3YMC, GW4ALG,G3XDV, DK8KW
Stick with it, this Group is the nearest I can think of to an enthusiastic
1960s era Club ( you should remember those ) There are too few of us around
to split the party up.
Nice to see a new call, and I hope to hear you soon.
Cheers de Alan G3NYK JO02PB (IPSWICH)