Author Archives: G0IUE

JOB VACANCY AT SDR KITS

Would you be able to circulate the attached job vacancy to your Club
members please?

The (paid) vacancy would well suit a Radio Amateur hence the reason for
contacting your club.

Many thanks

Jan

Jan Verduyn G5BBL

SDR Kits

From: Jan Verduyn <jan.verduyn@gmail.com>
Sent: 24 September 2020 13:27
To: ‘chairman@chippenhamradio.club‘ <chairman@chippenhamradio.club>
Subject: FW: Job Vacancy at SDR-Kits

SDR-Kits has a vacancy for a part-time employee as one of our current
employees (Alan G0HEL) retires at the end of this year.

The role could be well suited to another radio amateur hence I wonder
whether you could arrange to have the information below circulated to
your club members.

I will have also ask Trowbridge Radio Club to circulate the same email
as our office in Melksham is within commuting distance of most
clubmembers of the two radioclubs.    A pdf of the vacancy is also
attached.

Many thanks.

Best wishes

Jan G5BBL

Director SDR-Kits

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Job Vacancy (Part-time) – Order Processing Employee

SDR-Kits is a small but well-established company based in Melksham,
producing and selling the well-known DG8SAQ VNWA Network Analyzer.
In 2015 SDR-Kits was appointed as the second authorized distributor of
RSP SDR Radio Receivers by the SDRPlay, the UK manufacturer.

Due to a planned retirement we are looking to recruit a well-motivated
and accurate Order Processing Employee for our small Internet business
selling Electronic and Radio Products and components to Educational,
Professional and Amateur Radio customers Worldwide.

– Basic Hours: 3 days a week about 15-20 hours per week processing and
packing Customer Orders in our office. The job includes some light assembly and kitting of products prior to shipping, inventory management etc.

– Opportunity for future advancement, into C ustomer technical support
and other more demanding technical roles if desired.

– Knowledge of Electronics/Communications products and components
desirable.

Hence ideally suit a Licensed Radio Amateur. Some experience with
Antenna Analyzers and SDR radios ideal, however we are happy to consider with someone who has previous worked in electronic assembly or repair, but who is willing to move into Customer order processing.

–  Basic Windows Computer knowledge

– On the Job Training will be provided

If you are interested please send your CV before 15 October 2020 to:
Jan.Verduyn@sdr-kits.net

G4BUE House & Equipment Sales

To: secretary@chippenhamradio.club
Reply-To: chris@g4bue.com

Hi Paul

I am writing to ask if you would kindly circulate the following
information about my amateur radio and QTH sale to your Chippenham & District
Amateur Radio
Club members, please?

Thanks and 73 de Chris, G4BUE
(Pulborough, West Sussex)

G4BUE Amateur Radio Sale

<https://www.g4bue.co.uk/Amateur-Radio-Sale/

After 47 years of being a hoarder and building up a large store of
amateur radio equipment, sadly I have reached the stage of life where we have to
down-size to a smaller house with less land where I will not be able to
make use of, or have the room to store, much of my equipment.  I am therefore
offering it for sale before, perhaps, donating it to a club, or even scrapping it.

Whilst I am happy to package and send smaller items through the mail, I
do not have the time to despatch the larger items which will only be available
to personal callers.  I have a large amount of other amateur radio
equipment, that is too numerous to list separately, and most of which will be offered
free to personal caller purchasers.

I haven´t priced each item because I don´t have the time to research
what each item is worth etc, but if you let me know anything you are interested
in, then I will send you a postage / shipping cost, and I am sure we can come to
an agreement on the price.  Most of the equipment can be sold cheaply as I
just wish to dispose of it.

Please email me at <chris@g4bue.com> if you would like more information
about something or would like to visit and look at what I have.  I am retired
and am generally available most of the time.

I am adding new items all the time, so please look back from time to
time.  I will delete items as I sell them. 

G4BUE QTH Sale

<https://www.g4bue.co.uk/House-for-Sale/>

I am also selling our QTH and have put the details on my website above. 
I would love to split the estate agent´s commission with a radio amateur
purchaser (and save me having to dismantle the towers, antennas and
station), or split the commission with someone who introduces a purchaser to me.

Please feel free to publicise the url of my amateur radio and QTH sales
in your club magazine, club forum and anywhere else where it will be seen by
persons likely to be interested in it – thanks.

NEW COVID-19 ADVICE FORCES CLUB CLOSURE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Due to increasing cases of COVID-19 in England, new advice has been provided by HM Government limiting meetings in Groups greater than 6 people. With effect from the 14th September 2020 it will be illegal in England for groups of more than 6 persons to meet up.

Kington Langley Village Hall is therefore once again closing its doors to help combat the spread of Coronavirus. All Chippenham & District ARC Club activities at the hall including Tuesday evening meetings have been suspended until further notice.

Stay safe and we hope to get back on track as soon as the situation improves.

Roadworks outside Kington Langley Village Hall – 08 Sept 20

The ongoing roadworks in Kington Langley are now right outside the hall and is affecting access to the Car Park.

News just in from Brian G6HUI is that the hall car park should be accessible by car or bike tomorrow evening in time for the resumption of Club, however be prepared to park elsewhere if needed and come equipped with a torch if you have one.

Club Re-Opening on Tuesday 8th September (Club has had to close again due to new Government advice)

We are pleased to announce that Chippenham & District ARC will reopen its doors on Tuesday 8th September 2020.

Both the Hall and the Club are following Government advice and Guidelines with respect to COVID-19. As such there have had to be some changes; the main points are as follows:

A face covering is mandatory.

Club opening times are now between 7.30pm and 9 pm (1.5 hours duration)

Access and egress to the hall is via the side entrance from the car park – Not through the main door. Hand sanitise on arrival (hand sanitiser machine is installed and ready for use on arrival).

Toilets – one person at a time.

Weekly subs will not be collected until at least the end of the year.

We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Club Nets on 2m & 4m

News from Jamie 2E0MHG regarding club run nets for anyone who wishes to join in.

Tuesday’s from 19:30 on 145.425 Mhz FM

Sunday’s from 19:00 to 19:30 on 70.425 Mhz FM then QSY to 145.400 until 20:00

All nets are +or- 25khz depending on QRM.

When will Club Re-Open?

The Committee are keeping a very close eye on Government guidance on social gatherings and we hope to have some news soon. Until then stay tuned to your radios and stay safe.

Updated: 14 August 2020