More calls and bigger than ever!
With ever more UK and Northern Ireland callsigns on issue the RSGB Yearbook has grown by a whopping 48 pages this year. Over 90,000 callsigns are included and that doesn't count all that are on issue as you will also find details of Special Contest Calls, Permanent Special Event Callsigns and even Repeater, Beacons. There is only one source of current UK callsign data that is up to date and comprehensive - what are you missing if you don't have a copy?
Using the latest available Ofcom licence data, the RSGB Yearbook 2020 remains the best source of UK callsign information. Why rely on incomplete and often out of date information when you can have current information? As usual this book is much more than a list of callsigns.
The RSGB Yearbook 2020 is as it always is, the most comprehensive guide to amateur radio in the UK and worldwide available. There are over 170 pages of the latest information about the RSGB, its committees and services you will find also find local information about our regional representation, affiliated clubs, contest groups and repeater groups. There is a huge section on operating which covers from operating abroad, through RSGB Trophies, RSGB Awards to HF propagation forecasts for 2020. It doesn't stop here either there are the very latest Band Plans, comprehensive information about repeaters, beacons and much more. Broken into 50 sections there is a massive amount of the latest material from across the amateur radio world.
If you haven't purchased a Yearbook in a while, isn't it time to get the very latest and best source of amateur radio information available - the RSGB Yearbook 2020.
210x297mm 576 pages ISBN: 9781 9101 9375 4