Booking is now open for the 2017 GMRT, and for the event dinner. PLEASE put your callsign after your name in the box when booking!

The GMRT reverts to the first Saturday of the month this year, so it will be held on Saturday 4 November.

The venue for the Round Table will be the Museum of Communication as in previous years, and the evening meal has again been booked in the Kingswood Hotel.

Four talks are confirmed:

  • Mark Hughes GM4ISM - "A 10 GHz Home Station"
  • Geoff Pike GI0GDP - "Replacement LO options for the DB6NT G2 Transverters"
  • David Anderson GM6BIG  - "A High Quality 10GHz Beacon"
  • Andy MM0FMF and Jack Hood GM4COX - "13cm SOTA"

As before it will include the GM round of the UK Microwave Group Projects Trophy, so get that project completed before November - built, modified, hardware or software.

Places will be limited to about 50 as usual.

Announcements will also appear on the ukmicrowaves Yahoo reflector.

The GMRT reverts to the first Saturday of the month this year, so it will be held on Saturday 4 November.

The venue for the Round Table will be the Museum of Communication as in previous years, and the evening meal has again been booked in the Kingswood Hotel.

Currently three speakers are confirmed:

  • Mark GM4ISM - "A 10 GHz Home Station"
  • David GM6BIG  - "A High Quality 10GHz Beacon"
  • Andy MM0FMF - "13cm SOTA"

As before it will include the GM round of the UK Microwave Group Projects Trophy, so get that project completed before November - built, modified, hardware or software.

Places will be limited to about 50 as usual, and booking will be available through this website soon.

Announcements will also appear on the ukmicrowaves Yahoo reflector.

The report and photos for the 2016 GMRT have now been moved to the "Previous Round Tables" section; see the links on the right of the page.

The registration forms are now both turned off, as the GMRT is tomorrow, so you can no longer book a place online.

The final list of participants is linked from the menu on the right. See you all tomorrow!

The programme has just been updated - the first talk in the afternoon session will be by Sam Jewell G4DDK, on  "Anglian 3, a high performance 144/28MHz transverter".

Sam plans to bring a few kits with him as well as the built one he will use during his talk. If anyone would like to get a kit from Sam on the day, it would be best to contact him directly; his web page, with details of the Anglian 3, is http://www.g4ddk.com/.