North Dublin Radio Club
EI Ø NDR( CALL SIGN )
Artane Beaumont Recreation Centre,
Kylmore Road, Dublin 5
(opposite Artane Castle Shopping Centre)
The Club meets every Saturday night at 8'oc
The North Dublin Radio Club was founded in 1973 as the north city developed and expanded. The first meeting place or "radio shack" was at the back of the Esso Service Station at the Artane Roundabout. In later years the Club met in the premises of the Irish Wheelchair Association Clontarf. Since 1992 the Club enjoys the use of extensive facilities in Chanel College.
The Club maintains and operates High Frequency (short wave) and VHF transmitters using a full size G5RV antenna. On VHF/UHF we have both vertical and Yagi beam antennae.
Morse and radio theory courses are available for
and newcomers, wishing to obtain a Radio Experimenters License.
Morse is no longer a requirement to access HF (short wave) bands as of 2003.
A library of radio related material is maintained by the Club. The contents are useful to both the beginner and experienced alike, containing material on most aspects of radio, including construction projects on receivers, transmitters and antennae. Information on component data and source reference manuals are available. Current and back issues of popular radio magazines are available to view. Non members are welcome to use the library.
Anyone interested in Amateur radio may
An amateur radio license is not required for membership.
Contact the club Secretary Dermot EI4ESB firstname.lastname@example.org
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RADIO IS GLOBAL
AMATEUR RADIO IS GLOBAL FUN
WITH MORE THEN A DOZEN AMATEUR RADIO SATELLITES IN ORBIT
RADIO IS NOW "OUT OF THIS WORLD"
The Club is affiliated to The Irish Radio Transmitters Society (IRTS) which is the national society of Radio Experimenters in Ireland and the member society for Ireland of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU).
Link to the IRTS Homepage:
EI5EM's Amateur Radio, QRP and CW page
EI4FV Irish Amateur Radio for the Blind and Disabled and Info on Lee Deforest inventer and radio expermenter
Amsat UK - United Kingdom
Amsat NA - North America
Radio Amateurs who posses a CEPT Radio Amateur Licence and who are on a temporary visit to Ireland may operate without obtaining a local licence.
While operating in Ireland visitors must comply with the terms of their own licence as well as the Irish licensing regulations.
The call sign used should be as follows:
MOBILE STATIONS EI/Own Call/M
OTHER STATIONS EI/Own Call/P
Link to ComReg the Irish Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications www.comreg.ie
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This page was updated 15th January 2006