ROARS Members

This page is devoted to ROARS members who wish to add photographs of their Amateur Radio Shacks, and also any relevant information which would aid other members in the hobby. This could include advice on gaining planning permission for aerials, and also aerial design for the small garden, to which transceiver to  buy.

Mike Radio Shack
Radio Room – Mike Carter – M6MPC


Radio Room Juergen Wagner
Radio Room –  Juergen Wagner – DL4KE


Juergen Wagner has kindly sent in a photograph of his “Interim”   Shack. The final solution shall be that all the holes are closed, and from that time he will stay on the air every day and no tinkering – only when absolutely necessary.



One Reply to “ROARS Members”

  1. Hi, I’m looking for a recommendation for a handheld VHF transceiver… say around the £100 mark. Any suggestions for a suitable transceiver would be most gratefully received.

    I’ve decided to get the Amateur Licence, having pondered getting one for 40 yrs since I was at Brunel in Bristol. I’ve booked for the Foundation exam in a couple of weeks working with the South Birmingham club. I’ve never used a handheld VHF before and there seems to be a lot for sale and wondered what might be the best to buy.
    Ted (Former RO with Shell Tankers)

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