Privacy Policy

The Mid Ulster Amateur Radio Club (referred to as MUARC here on in) respect your privacy. The below policy tells you what personal data we collect from you and how we use it.Our use of personal data is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (GDPR) Who we are Our website address is:… Read More »

Coax Loss Chart

Following on from George, GI4SJQ’s talk on coax and connectors, here is a chart of the more popular coax type and their loss. Also calculated is the dB loss and power out for 20W in over a 20m length, for both 145MHz and 435MHz. For comparison there is an additional column of price per meter… Read More »

Mid Ulster ARC Membership

At the Mid Ulster ARC we have a few options when it comes to club membership. Membership for amateurs in Northern Ireland is priced at £20.00 per 12 months from September to August. If you are under 18 or in full time education no matter what age you are, membership is free but you must… Read More »

MUARC Contact Update

Folks, If you are a member could you please fill in this form to keep our records up to date and compliant with GDPR. On this form, you will also find details on a members list and database which is completely optional. Thanks Team MUARC

Election of Club Officers and committee members for 2020/2021

The club AGM was held this afternoon (13th September) and after reports from our outgoing Chair, Secretary and Treasurer, a very brief awards ceremony, the election took place of club officers and committee members took place. Those elected were – • Chair Dave Parkinson 2i0SJV• Deputy Chair George Frazer Gi4SJQ • Secretary Jamie Robinson 2i0FVX•… Read More »

Tuesday Night Lecture 25/08/20

Hello folks, Advanced notice that our next Tuesday Night Lecture is on the 25th via the zoom platform and the topic is “Contesting 101 and setting up N1MM” by club member and TNLS Team member George Gi4SJQ The TNLS is hosted via Zoom and starts at 7 pm with the presentation starting at 7:10 pm… Read More »


For those of you who have been following along our videos from the clubs Tuesday Night Lecture Series it has not got a lot easier. You can go to and that will bring you to our Youtube channel with all our previous lecture videos and much more content in the pipeline. Visit the channel,… Read More »

50MHz/70MHz diplexer, part 2

I bought a NanoVNA to properly measure the 6m/4m diplexer. The results were mixed: So, testing the 70MHz high pass showed that there was 22dB attenuation at 50MHz. Not too bad! I could try adjusting the coils for more attenuation, but there was no de-sense on the 4m radio So I’m happy to leave it… Read More »