Waterways On The Air

Amateur radio enthusiasts are set to stage a worldwide event at The Waterways Festival to celebrate the launch of British Inland Waterways on the Air (BiWota) – a 50-strong group of canal and amateur radio enthusiasts.

Dozens of Amateur Radio Operators (AROs) are set to take part in the group’s first ever event which aims to share the pleasures of Britain’s Inland Waterways with people across the UK and world through radio communication from boats, towpaths and even a kayak!

A special event licence has been issued by OfCom to create The Waterways Festival station. Founder of BiWota and a Regional Manager for the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB), John Rogers who will be leading the team of AROs said:.....

Ham Radio takes to water


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