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42 DX AWARDS SINCE DECEMBER 2015
Phoenix Amateur Radio Club
One club with two affiliated Special Interest Groups
Youth Hostels Amateur Radio Group MX0YHA
Vintage Radio Group MX0VRG
Phoenix Amateur Radio Club is based around Nottingham and Derby, but
operates as a 'virtual club' with many members in other parts of the
country. We are a very small
club but do a lot more on-air activities than any other club in the
East Midlands, or beyond. Two special interest groups are affiliated to
the PARC, each with their own callsigns and usually their own
programmes, although thet participate in many of the full club
aim is to do a wide range of activities, being innovative wherever and
whenever possible and not to be 'stuck in a rut' like many clubs,
activities are weekly talks on valve testers, refurbishing AVO meters,
classic cars of the 1990s or developments in RTTY using the Dragon 32 . . . and drinking tea.
MX0PHX - MX0YHA - MX0VRG
PARC's principle callsign is M0PHX. To identify this as a club callsign
being used in England a regional locator ('X') is added. The callsign
that is normally used is therefore MX0PHX. Other regional locators may
be used at times.
Most PARC activities using MX0PHX are undertaken from the club's HQ in Nottingham (the licensed address). The suffix used to indicate portable operations (/P) is used during field activities otherwise it is omitted. The station location is always given on-air according to UK licence conditions.
The YHARG & VRG call signs work in a similar way.