The QRV Editors' Page


RAFARS QRV Journal


Do not forget RAFARS QRV JOURNAL requires content from you, the Members.

Without your submissions QRV will not have enough content to keep it interesting. Why not pen an article? The membership would no doubt enjoy reading about your experiences in Amateur Radio; illustrated by your photos that would that would be an excellent bonus. Please continue to send your stories, articles, events, pictures, personal profiles, your shack, letters. Digital jpg photos should be sent as attachment to Word documents. Please do not import them into the text.

You submission doesn't have to be the length of 'War and Peace' so don't be put off by thinking that you have to write pages and pages.  And don't worry if you have lost your copy of the Oxford English Dictionary (or even JSP101) as it's the Editors job to proof read and - well - edit the submissions.

Please send any submissions to QRV@rafars.org

If the News Desk receives any correspondence/pictures/stories which are not relevant to the News Letter they will be forwarded to the QRV Editor for consideration for the journal.

The QRV Editors post is vacant

The post of QRV Editor has now become vacant and the Society are looking for a volunteer to take over this vitally important role with immediate effect. The biannual journal is produced as Spring and Autumn editions and other than the Website and monthly news letters, it remains the primary means of communication with the members.

With a worldwide membership of over 600, QRV is a high profile publication. It is distributed to all members by post; the current edition and a selected archive going back to 2002 is published on the RAFARS Website. The content of QRV is largely driven by submissions from the membership and includes topical, historical and technical articles in addition to the routine business of the Society.

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