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RadCom is the monthly magazine published by the Radio Society of Great Britain and is provided to all corporate members of the society. Articles lacking reliable references from April All articles lacking reliable references All articles with unsourced statements Radco with unsourced statements from March Articles with unsourced statements from August All stub articles.
This article related to amateur radio is a stub. Views Read Edit View history. There are two or three in-depth technical articles per month, plus reviews of new equipment and other features which relate to amateur radio as a whole.
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Typically pages, it includes a mixture of news, theory, construction and technical articles of interest to the amateur radio community. The society actively solicits technical articles for publication, which are then subject to independent scrutiny by the RSGB Technical Committee. This article relies too much on references to primary sources.
Radio Magxzine of Great Britain. Due to a change in proprietorship of that magazine, the honour was withdrawn and bestowed instead on Experimental Wireless and the Wireless Engineer. As the house journal of the Radio Society of Great Britain, RadCom covers all matters directly related to the society.
This page was last edited on 19 Aprilat On approval, articles are passed to magazkne Editorial Department for editing prior to insertion into the magazine. Retrieved from ” https: Most of the technical content is provided by RSGB members and invited authors.
Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. RadCom is the largest circulation amateur radio-related magazine in the United Kingdom.