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RSGB European Locator Map RSGB European Locator Map

If you are looking for something to grace the wall of your shack but also offers much more, then the RSGB Locator Map of Europe could be for you.

This high quality Locator map is offset printed onto a thick 150gsm paper and contains all the features you would expect of this type of map. There is the usual QTH grid (Maidenhead) locator system and you will see the various country prefixes which are easy to pick out at a glance. For extra reference large cities are also depicted. There is also a European DXCC table picked out with country flag which provides a checkbox for bands worked 6m, 2m, 70cm, 23cm & UHF. There are also other useful features such as a meteor shower calendar and a 2m & 70cm beacon list.

Delivered in a sturdy postal tube these large maps are 590x980mm and make the ideal addition to any radio amateur shack.




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RSGB World Prefix Map - <em>Radio Amateur's Map of the World</em> RSGB World Prefix Map - Radio Amateur's Map of the World

This RSGB top quality map is 980x680mm and printed on top quality silk finished paper. Not only does this map show the location of worldwide prefixes there is an A-Z list of prefixes and expanded map sections covering the Caribbean and Europe making them much easier to read. The handy countries list also shows the DXCC entities with their continent along which CQ and ITU region that they fall in. The map is also overlaid with grid both CQ and ITU zones and a handy annotation of the hour +/- UTC. Printed specially for the RSGB this world prefix map is a very impressive 980mm wide by 680mm tall (approx 38.5"x 27") and is in a 1: 42,000,000 scale.

This map is top quality yet at a low price and a great map that will grace the wall of any shack.



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RSGB Prefix Guide RSGB Prefix Guide
NEW Edition

by Fred Handscombe, G4BWP

Many DXers know that prefixes have been in a constant state of change since the late 1920s when National identifications were first set up. The RSGB Prefix Guide is updated regularly to reflect this change and provide the latest amateur radio prefix information available and a lot more besides.

This latest edition of the RSGB Prefix Guide has, as usual, had a full update and the colour listings are clearer and easier to use than ever before. Still retaining its popular lay flat design,this is one of the most useful and useable books in amateur radio. Not only are the listings comprehensive but they are provided with a huge range of additional information covering references for continent, CQ Zone, DXCC, IOTA, ITU Zone, Latitude & Longitude and a whole lot more. Readers will find comprehensive lists of DXCC deleted entities, Russian & CIS entities and even the popular DXCC checklist is here. For those chasing awards there is also a host of material including detailed information of the revamped RSGB awards. There is also information on various award programs including IOTA, CQ WAZ, DXCC, WAS and others. There is even an index of countries and their callsign allocations divided by continent.

The RSGB Prefix Guide remains one of the most useful tools a DXer can have on their shelf. So why not treat yourself to the tool that not only provides the answer to "what was that Call?" question, through to the latest award information and a lot more.

Size: 297x210mm (landscape), 80 pages spiral bound ISBN: 9781 9101 9372 3

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<span style='font-size: 14px;'><strong>RSGB Map Bundle - <span style='font-size: 14px; color: #ff0000;'>RSGB Members only Offer</span></strong></span> RSGB Map Bundle - RSGB Members only Offer

Why not save by buy both RSGB maps for only £12.99 (plus P&P)? This saves £4.99 (or 28%) off the usual retail price - a bargain for RSGB members only.
Price: 12.99



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