The LRS Autumn Surplus Equipment Sale was held on 16th October 2019 at St Fillans Church, Buckstone, with welcome visitors from Cockenzie, Glasgow and Selkirk. There was lots for sale, perhaps too much! 

Also a raffle, with interesting "bottles" for prizes. 

Andy MM0FMF (Hon Sec) & Alan GM3PSP (President).

Full report with more photos.

GMRT-19, the Scottish Microwave Round Table, was held on Sat 2nd November 2019 at the Museum of Communication in Burntisland with 57 registrations. 

Mark Hughes GM4ISM: "Microwave EME". 

Sam Jewell G4DDK: “Icom IC9700: How does it measure up as a VHF DX transceiver?”










Heather Lomond M0HMO         Martin Hall GM8IEM

Heather Lomond M0HMO: “SDRs & Software for (Portable) Microwave Operation".

Martin Hall GM8IEM: “Constructing a 13cm (home) station around the Kuhne MKU23 G4 transverter"

Full report with photographs on GMRT website.


A small group of LRS members operated GM3HAM/P in the RSGB 2m Trophy contest from Lauder Common on Sunday 8th September 2019. About 40 QSOs were made in this recreational entry in which new equipment possibilities were evaluated for future events.


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The annual joint meeting of the LRS and the Museum of Communication at the museum in Burntisland was held on 25th September 2019. 

The use of RADAR technology in the conservation of the historic Union Chain Bridge, built in 1820 near Berwick on Tweed, was described by Prof. Emeritus Roland Paxton MBE of the Heriot-Watt University (R) and Dr. Colin Stove, Chairman and Scientific Director of Adrok Ltd (L).  This was a great blending of history and cutting-edge engineering technology.

Examples of an original link and pin from the bridge.

Full report in prep. (Click)


Rather than letting the summer evenings go to waste before the start of the new LRS club year in September, members again enjoyed four Pub Nights at "Wee Bennet's" Bar in Maxwell St at Morningside Station.




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