Meeting point of radio amateurs' associations from around the world where introduce and share their activities and experiences.
The European Radio Amateurs' Organization, together with the 30 Meter Digital Group , announce a new party on the air, this time with the motto: "be digital, explore 30m". Remember this is not a contest, it is just a radio meeting with a few simple 'rules', better to call them recommendations.
In just four hours you can win original and funny prizes that you can share with your mate or friends: hotels, restaurants, wellness or adventures.
Moreover, you will have the opportunity to contact those radio clubs you still needed to complete the EANET Award.
EuroBureauQSL, the EURAO's QSL Bureaus Global Network, has an XML interface ready to provide simple information to external software and applications about whether an specific callsign can receive cards via this system. The answer is just: Yes or No.
"Associations in Europe - EURAO, an experience" was the title of the talk given by Jose Machado, CT1BAT, president of Tertúlia Radioamadorística Guglielmo Marconi, CS5TRGM, in the event organized by the Associação de Radioamadores do Ribatejo, CT1ARR, which took place last September in Almeirim.
Attendees discussed about this topic and how necessary it is associations work together for a better ham radio. In this article you can find the slide presentation in Portuguese and some pictures of the meeting.
The first European Emergency Communications Exercise held on September 27, was attended by hams from: Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Spain, UK, ... Pretty good for the first time.
Some of them participated only as listeners (SWL), others giving reports and a few sending and receiving messages.
On September 27, 2014, 9:00-11:00 CEST (07:00-09:00 UTC), the first exercise of this kind at European level will be held.
This was one of the projects discussed by EURAO members at Friedrichshafen, and it will be carried out with the support of associations in several countries.
Some of the EECE challenges are: to establish a human communications network of two levels: one national and another one international, to define operating procedures, to test its reliability, the operators skills and deployment time.
The European Radio Amateurs' Organization announces a new party on the air, this time with the motto: "give youth a chance". Remember this is not a contest, it is just a radio meeting with a few simple 'rules', better to call them recommendations.