Remembering Pete Turner G6UOI

Pete Turner G6UOI
Every year I stop to remember an early morning contact in July 2013 that changed the hobby for me.
That day I heard a distinctive voice cutting through the noise and calling for stations. “GV6UOI”, a special call being used in commemoration of 100 years of the Radio Society of Great Britain.

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Group Calling Frequencies

We now have a list of calling frequencies that can be used during field events or contacting other members. The frequencies that are monitored by members of the Field Radio group are as follows.:-

SSB (Single Sideband)

  • 40 metres – 7.181 Mhz
  • 20 metres – 14.281 Mhz
  • 17 metres – 18.140 Mhz
  • 15 metres – 21.281 Mhz

CW (Morse Code)

  • 40 metres – 7.035 Mhz
  • 30 metres – 10.115 Mhz
  • 20 metres – 14.035 Mhz
  • 17 metres – 18.075 Mhz
  • 15 metres – 21.035 Mhz

Please feel free to stop by and say hello :-)

We’re Up and Running

Well after much planning and organizing with Joe K9ATG, we finally got this website up and running this week. Yes, it’s looking a bit bare at the moment, but that will change.

If you’ve stumbled across this post from a Google search and you are not familiar with who or what ‘Field Radio’ is, here is a brief background. Field Radio commenced in early 2015 as a Facebook group and can be accessed here on Facebook. Read the rest of this entry