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PostHeaderIcon 7th Anniversary of RDRC

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7th Anniversary of RDRC

We invite all fans of digital radio modes to the Birthday of RDRC - activity days «Made in Russia 2021». Our club was founded on March 21, 2014. We welcome you to visit us on 7th Anniversary of the Russian Digital Radio Club from 00:00 UTC on Saturday, March 27 till 11:59 UTC on Sunday, March 28 on 160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10 meters bands in T10 mode. Dupe QSO (SWL) can be made on different bands. The obligatory condition of each QSO is to preserve in adif file of the Log the received locator. The occupied places in the World will be distributed according to the sum of the distances to correspondents.

Certificates of activity days «Made in Russia 2021»
in electronic form will be reawarded with all participants under condition of carrying out not less than 10 QSO (SWL). Certificates can be loaded independently on a site AWARDS CENTER OF RDRC. Among members of RDRC we shall raffle special prizes - three pendants with club symbolics: the first pendant - European Russia, the second - Asiatic Russia, the third pendant - among foreign members of RDRC.

For recommended frequencies:
T10: 1839-1840; 3570-3573; 7077-7081; 10140-10143; 14077-14081; 18105-18107; 21077-21081; 24920-24922; 28077-28081.

We recommend using the JTDX program for T10 mode, new versions are available at jtdx.tech. JTDX program you can also download on the website of RDRC in the section Program Archive.

Report file should be named with your callsign (e.g. RK3DSW.adi). In the letter please indicate the WWLOC and family name, first name. All logs must be sent no later than 5 days. The participants must send their Logbooks for the periods of activity days in ADI format by e-mail to 01-10(at)rdrclub.ru untill 23:59 UTC April, 1.

We are waiting for you on Birthday of RDRC!
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Now you can quickly check the completion of the RDRC diplomas and get them right away!
How do I do this? Read the rules of the "RDRC members MODE awards":
http://www.rdrclub.ru/diplomy-rtsrk/1008-rdrc-mode-awards

"RDRC HAMLOG members callsigns awards": https://hamlog.online/club/rdrc

RULES:
http://www.rdrclub.ru/diplomy-rtsrk/1199-rdrc-hamlog-members
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Source: QRZ.com

 

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)virgilio.it

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


Fonte: ARI Venezia

 

PostHeaderIcon New 2380km record on 2.4 GHz between Australia and New Zealand

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New 2380km record on 2.4 GHz between Australia and New Zealand

The Tasman Sea is an area where there are regular tropospheric ducting openings between Australia and New Zealand. On the 13th of December 2020, Hayden VK7HH and Richard VK7ZBX portable on an elevated location in Tasmania made successful SSB contacts with Nick ZL1IU in New Zealand on 144 MHz, 432 MHz and 1296 MHz.
 

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PostHeaderIcon ARISS: 20 Years of Operations on ISS!!

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ARISS:  Celebrating 20 Years of Continuous Operations on ISS!!

November 13, 2020—Twenty years ago today, the Expedition-1 crew turned on the ARISS Ericsson radio for the first time and completed several contacts with ARISS ground stations around the world to validate the radio communications system.  These inaugural contacts launched an incredible two-decade operations journey on ISS, enabling ARISS to inspire, engage and educate our next generation of explorers and provide the ham radio community a platform for lifelong learning and experimentation. 


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PostHeaderIcon ARRL National Convention and Orlando Hamcation® Postponed to February 2022

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ARRL National Convention and Orlando Hamcation® Postponed to February 2022

ARRL and the Orlando Amateur Radio Club (OARC) have announced that the ARRL National Convention and Orlando HamCation® — which was to host the convention — have been postponed until February 10 – 13, 2022. The convention had been set for next February.

“The joint decision came after considering the national public health emergency including the health and safety of all participants, the uncertainty that continues to impact our organizations, and the reluctance to travel to, and attend, large events,” said ARRL CEO David Minster, NA2AA. “We regret the disruption to the hard work already completed by so many volunteers preparing for the ARRL National Convention and HamCation.”

“While postponing was a difficult decision, our top priority is delivering a safe and successful HamCation experience for everyone, including our attendees, dedicated volunteers, exhibitors, and service partners,” said HamCation General Chairman Michael Cauley, W4MCA.

OARC President John Knott, N4JTK, noted that holding the convention in 2022 will mark the 75th anniversary of HamCation — one of the largest annually held gatherings of radio amateurs in the US. The published gate figure for 2020 was 24,200 for all 3 days.

“We want our diamond anniversary show to be an exciting, five-star event,” said Knott. “We look forward to seeing you in Orlando in 2022, and hope that you and your loved ones remain safe in the months to come.”

A full day of National Convention programming and training sessions was previously scheduled to precede HamCation. That will be rescheduled for Thursday, February 10, 2022. HamCation will host the rest of the convention on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 11 –13, 2022 at the Central Florida Fairgrounds and Expo Park in Orlando — an 87-acre lakefront fairgrounds.

Cauley said HamCation may organize some online presentations and programs for what would have been HamCation 2021 next February. A QSO party is also under consideration. The HamCation website will soon post details, including information for anyone seeking refunds and other options for pre-purchased tickets and exhibit space. Follow HamCation on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Further details and any changes will be shared via these official websites:

 Fonte: ARRL.org

 
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