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TX Factor is a series of high definition TV shows covering all aspects of the hobby of amateur radio - a professionally produced programme, now into its fourth year.

episode 20 is live!

At last, we’re able to bring you TX Factor episode 20. This celebratory show has been restyled with a new opening sequence and theme tune. We hope you like the changes!

We conclude our look at amateur radio products making the news at Hamfest 2017, and Bob goes back to basics with a brief overview of getting started with SDR.

With this in mind, we have two prizes to give away in our next free-to-enter draw. Courtesy of SDRplay, the newly launched RSP1A SDR receiver and from the RSGB, a copy of the best-selling book SDR!

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ML&S Martin Lynch & Sons - the world's favourite ham store!

The Radio Society of Great Britain - advancing amateur radio since 1915 

We are proud to be associated with ML&S Martin Lynch and Sons and the RSGB. 

Our thanks to both organisations for their support and we look forward to our ongoing association.

Thank you!

A bumper summer edition of TX Factor is now live! Not one, but two rig reviews: the Sun Expert Electronics Transceiver MB1 and the elusive Icom IC-7300 are comprehensively analyzed.

Also in this show, Bob teaches Mike a thing or two about amateur satellite operating, and our free-to-enter-draw is back with a chance to win a copy of the Getting Started with Amateur Satellites book featured in the item.

Sponsorship, donations, funding - how does it all work? To find out more about how TX Factor programmes are made and where the funding comes from click here. If you would like to donate the quick and easy way, try PayPal.me     Thank You!

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In our latest free-to-enter draw, we had two prizes to be won. Courtesy of SDRplay the newly launched RSP1A SDR receiver bundled with the best-selling book from the RSGB SDR by Andrew Barron ZL3DW.

To find out who the lucky winner is click  here!   Draw is now closed!