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L'Editoriale di Gennaio 2022

ARI Nazionale -

2022, anno pieno di prospettive
di Vincenzo Favata, IT9IZY

Dalle statistiche emerge che maggior parte dei soci ARI - compreso lo scrivente - ha un età compresa tra i 53 ed i 63 anni, fa parte del sodalizio da diversi lustri, conosce  perfettamente  le problematiche sociali più importanti ed ha un idea ben chiara delle dinamiche associative.

Ciò posto, anche per rendere edotti i non pochi nuovi soci, con l'inizio del nuovo anno appare utile una disamina limitata alle sole questioni emblematiche, a partire da quelle ereditate e risolte di recente, così da rendere noto a tutti l'attuale "work in progress".

 

Xmas Activity 2021

ARI Nazionale -


Il Gruppo CW QRS Telegram
presenta la
Xmas Activity 2021

Obiettivi: favorire l’uso e la diffusione della telegrafia radioamatoriale. Favorire l’incontro tra operatori radio con diversi livelli di abilità. Consentire agli operatori meno esperti di guadagnare la fiducia necessaria ad effettuare collegamenti bilaterali in CW. Incentivare l’attività di rag-chewing (QSO in chiaro).

Durata: dalle ore 00.00 U.T.C. del 20.12.2021 fino alle 23.59 U.T.C. del 07.01.2022.
Non ci sono limiti di orario nella giornata.

Partecipazione: la partecipazione è aperta a tutti i radioamatori

Per leggere il regolamento completo cliccare QUI

Fonte: cwqrs.it

New Year's SSTV Marathon

ARI Nazionale -


RDRC invites to take part in days of activity «New Year's SSTV marathon» which is planned to spend annually during since Monday of last full week of December till December, 31st inclusive. In 2021 «New Year's SSTV marathon» will start at 00:00 UTC on December, 20th and finishs at 23:59 UTC on December, 31st. It is possible to spend radio communications on all bands 160m-10m in strips of frequencies for SSTV. Repeated QSO can be made on different bands. Our Days of Activity is open to SWL.

To read the complete rules click here

Source: RDR Club

David Benoist, AG4ZR, Appointed as ARRL Georgia Section Manager

Da ARRL -

In consultation with ARRL Southeastern Division Director Mickey Baker, N4MB, ARRL Field Services Manager Mike Walters, W8ZY, has appointed David Benoist, AG4ZR, to fill the vacant post of ARRL Georgia Section Manager (SM), starting immediately. Benoist, of Senoia, had previously served in the position from 2016 to 2021. The former Georgia ARRL SM, Jim Millsap, K9APD, resigned for personal reaso...

Georgia Club Donates License Manuals to Local Schools

Da ARRL -

The Dalton Amateur Radio Club (DARC) in Dalton, Georgia, has donated copies of the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual to several schools in its service area. The materials will be available in the schools’ media centers.

On December 1, DARC President Jack Thompson, N5UOV, met with media specialists Sarah Hicks of North Murray High School and Ryan Long of Murray County High School to present both scho...

Switzerland has its own AMSAT Organization

Da ARRL -

AMSAT-HB is the latest amateur radio satellite organization in the AMSAT fold. AMSAT-HB was formed in Switzerland on November 26. Switzerland’s IARU member-society USKA cited a sharp rise in interest in ham radio satellites in the country, as well as interest in the QO-100 geostationary satellite, Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS), and tracking objects in space.

“More and ...

Norway is Trying to Track Down 2-Meter Intruders

Da ARRL -

Norway’s International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) member-society, the Norwegian Radio Relay League (NRRL), is working with the Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) to stop intruders from operating on 2 meters. Unlicensed stations in eastern Norway are operating on 144.200 MHz, 144.300 MHz, and 144.650 MHz. NRRL wants radio amateurs and listeners to listen on these frequencies, log the deta...

New Chinese Amateur Radio Satellite Could Launch on December 25

Da ARRL -

The CAMSAT XW-3 (CAS-9) amateur radio satellite has been installed on the CZ-4C Y39 launch vehicle at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in China, and related work is in progress as planned, CAMSAT’s Alan Kung, BA1DU, reports.

“If all goes well, the satellite will be launched on December 25, 2021.” The orbit will be a circular sun-synchronous orbit with an altitude of 770.1 kilometers. The XW-3...

Past ARRL Chief Development Officer Mary Hobart, K1MMH, SK

Da ARRL -

Former ARRL Chief Development Officer Mary Hobart, K1MMH, of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, died on December 12. An ARRL member, she was 78.

From the time she arrived at ARRL Headquarters, Mary served enthusiastically as ARRL’s Chief Development Officer, developing relationships that helped to grow the ARRL Endowment. One individual she invited into the ARRL fold of regular supporters was Joe Walsh, WB...

World Radio TV Handbook to Cease Publication

Da ARRL -

The EI7GL blog reports that publication of the World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH) will cease with the current 76th edition. For many years, the WRTH provided information about shortwave broadcast times and frequencies, but the number of listeners has dwindled as broadcasting has shifted to the internet. In addition, information on international broadcasting schedules and frequencies is also availab...

Interim SM Appointment Made in Virginia; Georgia SM Post Becomes Vacant

Da ARRL -

The vacancy created by the untimely and unfortunate death of ARRL Virginia Section Manager (SM) Joseph Palsa, K3WRY, will result in an election to fill the position; the election will occur in January and February 2022. The winner of the election will assume office on April 1, 2022. Former Virginia SM Carl Clements, W4CAC, has been appointed by ARRL Field Services Manager Mike Walters, W8ZY, to...

Le Repubbliche Marinare in Diploma

ARI Nazionale -


La Regata delle Antiche Repubbliche Marinare (o Palio delle Antiche Repubbliche Marinare) è una manifestazione sportiva di rievocazione storica, istituita nel 1955 con lo scopo di rievocare le imprese e la rivalità delle più note Repubbliche Marinare Italiane: quelle di Amalfi, di Pisa, di Genova e di Venezia, nel corso della quale si sfidano tra di loro quattro equipaggi remieri in rappresentanza di ciascuna delle repubbliche. Tale evento, disputato sotto l'alto patronato del Presidente della Repubblica Italiana, è ospitato a rotazione tra le suddette città. La regata è preceduta da un corteo storico, durante il quale sfilano per le strade della città organizzatrice alcuni figuranti che vestono i panni di antichi personaggi che caratterizzarono ciascuna repubblica. Finalità di questo diploma è far conoscere al di fuori delle nostre città un po’ della nostra storia e tradizioni.

Partecipazione: Diploma aperto a tutti i Radioamatori ed SWL italiani e stranieri.

Periodo: da 00.00 UTC di giovedì 16 dicembre 2021 a 23.59 UTC di domenica 19 dicembre 2021.

Per il regolamento completo cliccare QUI

Fonte: ARI Genova

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