Morse Enthusiasts Group (Scotland)
The Glenrothes and District Amateur Radio Club, are proud to have been asked to carry forward the banner of what is known through-out the World as MEGS, and to hold the special call sign of GM0RSE. The Morse Enthusiasts Group Scotland, was formed in January 1991 to encourage the use of Morse Code amongst radio amateurs, at all levels of ability. The Scotland in the title is only to show where MEGS was born, and currently the are over 800 members located all over the World.
A practice net is operated every Monday evening from 1900 – 2000 (local time) on 3.555 MHz +/- for QRM/QRN.
The net (controller MM0TGB) allows you to call in to the controlling station, GM0RSE, at a speed that suits you, and receive a response at the same speed. This can assist with the first few contacts on CW, and help you break the ice so to speak, for your first few contacts, however the net is there for all, you may be a regular visitor, an old hand or just giving a CQ call, to pick up an up to date QSL card for your collection.
We are very glad to accept Short Wave Listeners cards via the RSGB QSL Bureau, or direct via MM0TGB. We look forward to meeting or hearing you either on air, or at one of the Scottish rallies.
Our net controller is Tam MM0TGB.