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The membership covers a wide range of interests within Amateur Radio, construction, DX chasing, Fast Scan TV, computers, aerial building, etc..
G7EKY Nick is the keeper of the GB3HH repeater and the GB3BUX beacons on 70.000MHz and 50.000MHz, all on behalf of the Buxton Radio Amateurs. The repeaters and beacons are maintained by a small group of volunteers, mainly Tony G3RKL and Nick G7EKY, when time and funds become available. The repeater and the beacons are co-sited with each other at Harpur Hill, 2 miles south of Buxton. As you can imagine, maintaining 3 sets of aerials on a very exposed position is no mean feat.
The Club also runs Foundation Courses when new people coming in to the hobby show an interest in obtaining a licence.
In 2006 we set up a special event station (GB4STM) from St Thomas More School in Buxton for Science Week. More than 150 contacts were made on the HF bands, using the club 80 foot Versatower, a G5RV anntenna and club members' own equipment.
Club members monitor 145.5875 MHz (V47)
We meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 20:00 at the
Lee Wood Hotel,
Tel (01298) 23002
The Lee Wood Hotel is located in Buxton on the Buxton to Whaley Bridge Road (A5004).
For those with GPS navigation, set your destination to 53 16 N, 1 55 W or postcode SK17 6TQ
Tel (01298) 25506
Buxton Radio Amateurs
c/o 21 Harris Road,