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PostHeaderIcon CW QSO Simulator per iPhone and Android

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CW QSO Simulator for iPhone and Android

This app is a real CW QSO simulator for ham radio operators. Supports “599BK style QSO”.
In order to reproduce a realistic QSO environment, the generated call sign, signal level, CW speed, etc. will differ for each QSO.
Furthermore, the call sign and CW speed of your own station that issues CQ can be set arbitrarily.

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PostHeaderIcon International Marconi Day celebrates the huge part Guglielmo Marconi played in the invention of radio

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IMD is a 24 hour amateur radio event that is held annually to celebrate the birth of Marconi on 25 April 1874. The event is usually held on the Saturday closest to Marconi’s birthday and in 2022 it will be held on 23rd April.

The purpose of the day is for amateur radio enthusiasts from around the world to make contact with Historic Marconi Sites using communication techniques similar to those used by Marconi himself.

Rules for registration – Please Read

Note – you do ‘NOT‘ need to register just to claim the award.

To be registered as an official station you ‘MUST‘ operate from a site which has a connection with Guglielmo Marconi himself, not a business etc created after his work.

This must be somewhere Guglielmo Marconi has personally operated from, lived or set up experimental stations.

Please email below to register crac.imd(at)

Period of Operation on 23rd April 2022 00:00 UTC  to 23:59 UTC

All official stations must be registered  by midnight on April 22nd. Anyone trying to register after this time will not be registered.

Source: GX4CRC


PostHeaderIcon Venezia 1600 Award

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Venezia 1600 Award

On the occasion of the 1600th anniversary of the founding of the city of Venice (on March 25th of the year 421 AD !) and of the 75th anniversary of the constitution of ARI Venezia (November 1946)

ARI VENEZIA is pleased to introduce a commemorative award for OM and SWL from all over the world with the following rules:

To obtain the award OM and SWL need, till November 30 2021, to make QSO or SWL reports with the special callsign II3VE and/or with the callsign of the Venice ARI branch IQ3VE on all legal amateur bands at least on 2 different modes or bands and on different days.

Score QSO number requested:

  • Italian stations: 10 QSO
  • European stations: 6 QSO
  • Extraeuropean stations: 2 QSO

Contacts on FM and through land repeaters are not valid.

On April 25th, St. Mark feast day patron of Venice, II3VE will be on the air via satellite QO-100 and the relative contacts will be valid as 2 QSO

  • II3VE will be also valid for SASC W1600VE from March 20 to 27
  • IQ3VE will be also valid for SASC W75VE from November 1 to 15

Once you reach the score requested you can send your application to the following email: ari.venezia(at)

Upon verification from our award manager the VENEZIA 1600 AWARD will be issued as a PDF file via email.

Fonte: ARI Venezia


PostHeaderIcon The Asheville Radio Museum

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The Asheville Radio Museum

Aperto al pubblico nel 2001 da un piccolo gruppo di radioamatori, da collezione diviene museo didattico, dove persone di tutte le età possono conoscere la storia della tecnologia radio e stupirsi delle apparecchiature e di come si sono evolute.

Sono state raccolte e conservate apparecchiature radio, pubblicità e altri cimeli, in un museo orientato all'istruzione, con display pratici e una stazione radioamatoriale funzionante.

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PostHeaderIcon La Radio salva ancora!

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Adilang was adrift for 49 days in the Pacific after the floating rompong fishing hut he was working on lost its anchor line. It broke loose from its origin, 77 miles (125 km) off the Sulawesi Island coast, during high winds in northern Indonesian waters on 14 July 2018. After a week, he ran out of food, lived on fish, and when it didn't rain, he drank drips of sea water he wrung from his clothing.

Using his generator-driven light and a makeshift white flag, he had tried to attract the attention of many passing ships, but either they didn't see him, or they ignored him. He drifted northeast with the winds and current over 1200 miles (1900 km). Then, when the huge bulk carrier ship MV Arpeggio passed within a mile of him, he tried to visually attract them. But, the ship appeared to continue along.

He got out his handheld transceiver (HT), and tuned it to a frequency that a friend had told him to use if he got in trouble [probably 156.800 MHz FM, Marine VHF Channel 16] .

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