Amateur Radio Revealed
Episode 29 is now live!
TX Factor is a series of TV shows covering all aspects of the hobby of amateur radio - a professionally produced programme, now celebrating its tenth year.
Can it really be true? YES! Episode 29 of TX Factor is now on the air. See below for details of how to watch this latest show from the TX Factor Team. Do let us know if you enjoyed it or not!
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The Radio Society of Great Britain - advancing amateur radio since 1913
Welcome to our new episode!
TX Factor Calling - TX date 8th July 2023
We’re beaming (almost) live across the airwaves with microwatts of broadband energy to bring you the long-awaited show 29 of TX Factor. In this programme we increase the power to as much as ten Watts when Bob, Dave and Noel head to the Wiltshire hills with a pair of Icom IC-905 all-mode transceivers to see what can be achieved.
Bob takes the TX Factor cameras to the heart of England to the UK’s last remaining shortwave transmission station and ramps up the power to a staggering 250 kilowatts. Woofferton, near Ludlow, is the home to some venerable Marconi senders from the 1960s still beaming programmes across the globe.
Oh, and there’s a free-to-enter draw - details below.
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