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Special call sign (05 - 31 July 2013) to celebrate the centenary of the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) 1913-2013.  Also, in recognition of all the people who helped me to obtain my G4BUW licence and to get 'on the air', especially my late father, Ron A. Lamb, the late John Barker - G3SAZ, and Geoff Voller - G3JUL.  Geoff devised, and managed, for many years, the world's first permanent exhibition amateur radio station, at the Science Museum in South Kensington, London, England; the original GB2SM. This was the world's most successful station in introducing amateur radio communications to thousands of people. I was privileged to operate GB2SM on many happy occasions.                          The  RSGB has promoted, enhanced and protected amateur radio for 100 years. Also, many of the Society's members pioneered and influenced the development of communications, electronics and IT systems that everyone uses today! www.rsgb.org

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