Thursday, September 20, 2007

Eary Cushlin 10am Sat to lunch time Sun (23-09-07)

Come and play radio!
The Society is holding a weekend of radio activity at Eary Cushlin; bring your radios, antennas and any other equipment you would like to use.
A tower and beam will be available and the site. You can stay overnight (£10) or come down on Sat (22nd) or Sun (23rd).
The site is well facilitated with a kitchen lounge and sleeping areas. Electricity is supplied by a local generator and there is a nice coal fire in the lounge.
This is a very good radio location with low background noise levels, point your antenna to the west and enjoy the possible QSOs.
Please bring you own food and sleeping bag.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Foundation Training Course and Examination

The Society will be running a Foundation licence training course and examination over the weekends 13-14, 20-21 October (Examination on 21st).
If you wish to train and obtain an amateur radio licence please complete the form found at and send it to either or
15 Church Close
The RSGB examination fee of £20 needs to accompany your form and all candidates are required to be members of the IOMARS.
The training and examination will take place @ Transport House, Fort Street, Douglas.
If you need more information before committing to the training/examination please contact and we will either arrange to meet with you or have a chat by telephone.
Amateur Radio is a world wide hobby and provides many exciting opportunities to explore the many areas of radio communication.

Monday, September 03, 2007

IOM Aero Modelling Club

Arrangements are in hand for the Isle of Man Aero Modelling Club to attend our meeting on 9th October and get a demonstration of miniature radio controlled aero models. They will also demonstrate live airborne camera/video pictures being transmitted from the aircraft.

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Life and Radio in a field

Today the IOMARS had a station for the 10th European Vintage Ploughing Championships.