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The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) was first founded in 1913 as the London Wireless Club. It is the United Kingdom's recognised national society for amateur radio operators. The society's patron is Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and it represent the interests of the UK's 40,000 licensed radio amateurs. A long recognised amateur radio organisation, the society is the national member society representing the United Kingdom and certain dependent territories of the United Kingdom in the International Amateur Radio Union. It also acts as a medium for communication between the licensed operators and the UK government.

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Aberkenfig & District Amateur Radio Club - If you are an existing Radio Amateur - or someone with an interest / passion for radio and want to progress further we may be able to help you with your hobby. We are a group of like-minded people from the Bridgend area who like to encourage people to enjoy the many aspects of Amateur Radio. Between us we have a wealth of experience from those who have been licenced for over 40 years to those who have recently passed their foundation course. Whatever your entry level we are here to help you progress to whatever level you want to reach. The club has their own radio equipment which is available to operate on most club nights. When possible, we also arrange field operations where we set up a radio stations at local high spots.

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The History of the Car Radio- Written by Carly Hallman

It’s an almost universal experience: People get in the car and turn on their favorite music. But the first car radio wasn’t sold until Chevrolet offered one as an option in 1922. And at first, radios in cars weren’t a popular feature. In 1930, laws were proposed in Massachusetts and Missouri that would ban automobile radios, and a poll in 1934 found that 56% of people thought car radios were a dangerous distraction. Motorola kept refining the idea, though, and designed a more attractive and better-functioning radio. By 1946, around nine million cars had a radio installed in them. The technology improved over time, and by 1963, more than half of all cars driven in America had a radio in them.

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DxCoffee Expressly for DXers was founded in December 2009. Their web site is maintained to update the international ham community about projects and news concerning their main passion, DXing, which should transcend all language barriers.

Wellbrook Communications are the only UK company that supplies a complete range of Long wave loops, Medium wave (AM) loops and Shortwave (HF) receiving loop antennas for radio amateurs and listener hobbyists.

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