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Caterham Radio Group Logo The home of the
CatRad Caterham Radio Group
Amateur Radio Station
Caterham (Katterham) On The Hill
Surrey England
CatRad GX0SCR Talk to the World logo

This system is hosted by   Paul G4APL and Ann Lewis G7BSF

CatRad Events

Next Major Event
19 August 2018
Special Event Amateur Radio Station GX0SCR/P
Commemorating the 78th Kenley's Airfield Hardest Day
RAF Portcullis Club field Kenley Airfield

8th September 2018
Commemorating 100 years of the formation of the RAF on the 1st April 1918
RAF Portcullis Club field Kenley Airfield

The following is still available which might be of Interest to a 'newly'
Licenced Radio Amateur in the Caterham and surrounding area.

We have had no interest in this equipment since May 2017
so it will soon be disabled and sent to the Radio Grave (Scrap Yard)
as we need to recover the floor space,

1) A Licenced Radio Amateur who has passed their
UK Amateur Radio Exam and does NOT yet have a HF Transceiver.
Who would like a Yaesu FT101E SSB HF transceiver with
external VFO, Speaker, ATU with accessaries to get on the HF Bands.
Just needs the aerial and earth.

Please make contact with the Caterham (Amateur) Radio Group via the Email address at the bottom of this page,  It's still waiting for you to collect.

Have you Renewed Revalidated your Radio Amateur Licence in he past five years.
If not suggest that you do it by going to the Ofcom website.

Our Mission
CatRad Network Management team to encourage live contacts via the Amateur Radio data network.

CatRad Profile
CatRad Network Team have provided support and developed Amateur Radio packet network links and services for all Amateur Radio users since 1987.

Contact Information
Further information on Amateur Radio network issues contact Paul G4APL via the Email address below.