At Canny Components we supply CB and Ham Radios plus a wide range of accessories such as power supplies antennas coax connectors etc.
we are also the YAESU supplier for the Northeast
West Yorkshire BD16 3AY
The Central Scotland FM Group has provided and is responsible for maintaining many of the repeaters now operating in West, South-West, Central and East Scotland.
Formed in 1974 by Rev. George Dobbs G3RJV, the GQRP Club is a non profit organisation run entirely by volunteers to promote Low Power Radio.
Whether you have a ham licence or not – everyone is welcome. Our quarterly magazine SPRAT provides a fascinating read containing articles of varying complexity, from simple test equipment, to fully functioning radio transmitters and receivers. Membership fees are about as low as you will find anywhere and our club sales service to members is second to none…
Dundee ARC is a collection of amateur radio enthusiasts who share an interest and wish to promote radio use and experimentation. This takes the form of talks, events, competitions, workshops and excursions. Our members meet socially to share skills and ideas and we participate in internal and external competitions in order to practice and improve our skills.
Alan Clegg AKA The Valve Man
Wigtownshire Amateur Radio Club is the only amateur radio club in South-West Scotland. We serve the huge area of Dumfries and Galloway and northwards into Ayrshire.
We meet every Thursday evening on the GB3DG repeater and on Zoom, and every third Thursday of a month in Stranraer (click for details). Please feel free just come along, or contact us to ask any questions.
We are a not for profit organisation comprising of amateur radio enthusiasts (hams) who gather on Friday nights at the Garnethill Multicultural Centre where we are involved in many aspects of this historic and yet modern hobby. We also provide technical support and licence guidance & support on a Wednesday night via the appropriately named SOLDER GROUP, located at the Electron Club, within The Centre for Contemporary Arts, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD.
Already an amateur?
Why not step up for more privileges, extra frequency bands and a higher power licence?
Here you will find out about the next step: the Intermediate Licence
And finally – how to approach the ultimate amateur radio qualification; by taking the exam for a Full Licence.
If you are looking for accessories not listed simply drop us an email with your requirements and we will try our best to assist you with a really good price and a quality friendly service. Check us out for great prices on antennas, ,antennas switches ,baluns UNUNS, antennas wire,power supplies etc etc.
Before you commit and buy elsewhere be canny and and get a price from our online store . We want to help you. Reasonable carriage costs are caclualted at the online check out or you can pick up Sunderland/Alston aresa by arrangement. Payments processed easily by the website at checkout.
Digital Angel Radio Communications Ltd, provides a comprehensive range of communication solutions to organisations throughout the UK, ranging from the Sale and Hire of Two-Way Radio products, to the Design ,Implementation and Maintenance of Analogue and Digital Radio Solutions for Hazardous Environments, Local Authorities and Commerce. Head Office in Glasgow with offices in Aberdeen, Grangemouth and Edinburgh we are one of the largest distributors of Two Way Radio Communication solutions in the UK, with a heritage dating back 90 years.
Dave Austin M0DKR Will be selling radio equipment