If you are reading this because a loved one has recently died then please accept our sincere condolences.
We understand that it can be a very sad time when a family member dies and often the time spent dealing with the death is prolonged by having to dispose of properties and belongings. When that family member is an amateur radio enthusiast (affectionately referred to within the hobby as a Silent Key) this usually includes lots of specialist radio transmitting and receiving equipment that relatives have little idea of what to do with.
Let us help you
Members of the Quantum Technology Club have been helping the families of Silent Keys for years and we are more than happy to help you dispose of your family member’s amateur radio equipment in a way that will prolong their legacy, rather than maximise the profits of a commercial organisation.
Helping other amateur radio enthusiasts enjoy the hobby
Amateur radio is a very popular hobby and we run courses that enable people to gain the qualification required to obtain a licence and callsign. Unfortunately, a barrier to getting more involved in the hobby is often the affordability of new equipment.
We can help both relatives dispose of their family member’s amateur radio equipment and newly licensed amateur radio enthusiasts get on the air.
What we will do for you
We will catalogue your Silent Key’s equipment and provide you with an estimate of the amount we will obtain for it. With your permission, we will then offer that equipment to existing amateur radio enthusiasts in the area, some of whom may have known your family member.
Contact us now for further information
If you would like us to help you dispose of your loved one’s amateur radio equipment to other like-minded enthusiasts then please email us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.