The Bromley Repeater Group is non-committee style user group which is constantly expanding. Individuals are volunteers who give their time freely and who want to assist Tony, G1HIG the repeater keeper.
The Dover Amateur Radio Club meet every Thursday and holds a variety of events, which include many interesting talks and demos.
FADARS meets at Earlsgate, in Earls Ave, Folkestone. Our monthly meetings include talks, demos, outings to suitable transmitting sites and natter nights, feel free to join us and join in!. The FADARS Net meet Monday's on GB3FK at 19:30hrs (apart from monthly meeting evenings), please feel free to join the group via RF, or via Echolink. G6ZNW is net controller.
GB3EK serves the local community of Thanet and East Kent and is one of the longest established 70cm repeaters in the UK. It is an analogue repeater with connections to the Echolink and AllStar networks.
Club mambers enjoy a wide variety of interests including construction of electronic projects, using computers in amateur radio and entering contests. We are keen to advance our knowledge of radio communications as well as passing on that knowledge to local schools and organisations.
The Kent Repeater Group was formed in 1974 to co-ordinate the provision and maintenance of Seven Amateur Radio VHF and UHF repeaters in and around Kent.
Welcome to the Radio Society of Great Britain, the UK national amateur radio organization.
Repeater and Internet Linking Group of East Sussex supporting Amateur Radio Repeaters, DStar and Internet Linking in East Sussex.