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PostHeaderIcon 110 anni di ITU

Con la possibilità di scaricare una pubblicazione speciale dedicata ai Regolamenti Radio (Radio Regulations) l'Unione Internazionale delle Telecomunicazioni (UIT-ITU) celebra i 110 anni delle specifiche tecniche che definiscono gli standard delle comunicazioni via radio e ne garantiscono un utilizzo coordinato in tutto il mondo.

La pubblicazione è un fascicolo (gratuito) di ITU News con la storia delle Radio Regulations, le motivazioni della loro importanza cruciale per i servizi di comunicazione e il processo di costante aggiornamento cui sono sottoposte le regole concordate in sede internazionale.

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PostHeaderIcon HBØAFVL

In 2016 the Liechtenstein Radio Amateur association – AFVL – will celebrate its 30 year anniversary.

The anniversary callsign HBØAFVL will be on air from January 1st 2016 until December 31 2016 on all HF bands from 160 to 10 meter in SSB, CW and DIGI Modes.

Working HBØAFVL on two different bands or in two different modes

Checking QSO confirmation on Clublog

Sending € 5 Euro by PayPal to finance(at)

Getting your personal high resolution Diploma by E-Mail

QSO confirmation procedures

QSL-Manager – AFVL QSL-Manager

Self-addressed envelope

Stamp fee: Europe 2 USD, outside Europe 3 USD



Source: AFVL


PostHeaderIcon JARL 90th Anniversary Award

The Japan Amateur Radio League (JARL) was established in 1926, and we are in the 90th year. To commemorate this special occasion, JARL issues a special award named "JARL 90th Anniversary Award."



Period: Only contacts (receptions) made from June 12, 2015 through June 11, 2016 will be acceptable. JARL starts accepting applications on June 12, 2015, and will close on December 31, 2016.

Application: Please send the application form and the fee below.
A sample of application form (.doc)
(QSLs are not required for this award.)

Fee: Please send 1,000 yen.- (or 8IRCs) with your application.
Free for junior high school students or younger than 15 years.
( Please send the documents for age verification)
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Endorsement: Applicants can request for maximum of 3 endorsements from the following 6 kinds.

• Single Band
• Single Mode
• QRP (QRPp)
• Satellite

Points: If you made QSOs through repeaters or internet, we will also issue the award.

Commemorative Plaque: If you obtained all of five awards, you will be awarded a commemorative plaque (a fee is required). The details are here.

Note: Only one contact with a particular station is valid for each award. Even if you have QSOs with JA1RL and JA1RL/2, only one QSO can be used for the application of each award.


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JARL International
Ken Yamamoto, JA1CJP


PostHeaderIcon Prefisso speciale per il 2016 dal Poldhu Radio Club GB2GM

Cornwall to have optional Temporary RSL ‘K’ for Kernow for 2016

By members of Poldhu Amateur Radio Club

Radio Amateurs with a Main Station Address in Cornwall may apply by the ‘Notice of Variation’ procedure to use the Regional Secondary Locator ‘K’ during 2016. This would be added to their callsigns, except for Intermediate Licencees, where it would replace the ‘E’.  As examples: G3ABC would become GK3ABC. 2E0ABC would become 2K0ABC. This is purely optional, and a Licensee who applies for the NoV does not have to use the ‘K’ all the time. The RSGB have advised that QSLs should be routed via the main call, i.e. QSLs for GK3ABC should be sent as if for G3ABC.

The prefixes GK, MK, and 2K during 2016 will indicate a station operating from Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

The NoV facility will be available from early December, 2015, but the Variation will state that it is valid from 1st January, 2016. NoV applications may be made at any time until the end of 2016, but will all expire on 31st December, 2016.

It is expected that this will stimulate on the air activity from Cornwall. There will be a special activity day on St. Piran's Day, the Patron Saint of Cornwall, on Saturday, 5th March 2016. Please check the website,, of the Poldhu Amateur Radio Club for up to date information.

OfCom have declined to extend this RSL ‘K’ NoV facility to Amateurs visiting Cornwall who might have wished to operate e.g. as /A, or as /P, during their visit.

The facility made available by OfCom follows the 2014 announcement by the UK government formally recognising the distinct identity of the Cornish people. The Cornish people are to have the same status under the Framework Convention as those of Britain's other Celtic people, the Scottish, the Welsh and Irish as a result of the National Minority Status designation. During 2016 Radio Amateurs in Cornwall will be able to celebrate this designation by using the ‘K’ on the air with pride. We are using ‘K’ as the Celtic name for Cornwall is Kernow.


PostHeaderIcon Un diploma per i 90 anni della REP

Awards will be issued by the Rede dos Emissores Portugueses (REP) to amateurs proving to have made QSOs with at least 90 different Portuguese stations (Portugal, Azores and Madeira) from April 1st, 2016 to December 31st, 2016.
QSOs are valid in any mode and any authorized band for the amateur service.
The award, issued in electronic format, will have to be requested by candidate's email do  Questo indirizzo e-mail è protetto dallo spam bot. Abilita Javascript per vederlo. .
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Carlos Nora, CT1END