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See all of the winning images in this gallery - one of them will be named as the overall winner in April.

The HF bands are by far the most popular bands in the amateur service.

All we insist is that you have a CONGU official handicap or equivalent overseas handicap.

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80 metres: 3.500 – 3.800MHz 60 metres: 5MHz 40 metres: 7.000 – 7.200MHz 30 metres: 10.100 – 10.150MHz 20 metres: 14.000 – 14.350MHz 17 metres: 18.068 – 18.168MHz 15 metres: 21.000 – 21.450MHz 12 metres: 24.890 – 24.990MHz 10 metres: 28.000 – 29.700MHz The RSGB strongly supports the DX Code of Conduct, full details here.

This voluntary code of conduct, supported by many national societies and DX clubs World Wide, aims to provide guidelines for working and operating DXpedition stations, which often attract large numbers of callers wishing to make a contact.

If you enjoy playing competitive golf and top class championship courses we are confident you will enjoy playing on the EAGT.

All amateur golfers, regardless of handicap, are welcome to play on the Tour.

The Foundation courses take place locally in a friendly and informal environment and are conducted by experienced radio amateurs, usually at a local radio club.

Use our Course and Exam Finder to find a Foundation course near you.

A few simple rules need to be observed to maintain professional standards of operating on our bands.

All members are encouraged to review and follow the code when operating in pile-ups on the bands.

For the Foundation licence course exam there is a fee of £27.50.

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