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The Radio Officers' Association (ROA)

MX0ROA and M0ROA are the club callsigns of ROARS, the Amateur Radio arm of the ROA. The callsigns are activated by ROARS members as nominated by the ROARS committee. QTHs and operators vary throughout the year. The mode is mainly CW.

ROA members are mostly ex-Merchant Navy with a small number of ex-Flying Services Radio Officers and a fair contingent of Coast Station Radio Officers. There are also members from other backgrounds with an interest in this field, such as GCHQ, etc. Membership is open to all.

The Association maintains close links with several Marine Wireless Museums and Archives, and has its own Archivist. It runs weekly CW nets at 1930 Uk local time every Thursday on 3.538/7.017 Mhz +/- QRM and depending upon conditions.

Please take a look at our website on www.radioofficers.com for full information. It's an excellent site and well worth a visit.

Note that M0ROA is used from the registered QTH and MX0ROA is used for alternative locations.

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