We are a civic minded group with a passion for community service. Many of us participate in other areas of our communities in addition to sharing our love of amateur radio with others. Our charter and bylaws mandate that we provide and promote amateur radio education by providing novice and advanced training to our fellow citizens.
The International Amateur Radio Union IARU is a federation of national associations of certified radio amateurs, representing over countries and separate territories around the world. The Dutch version of this page can be found via this link. A fun radio camp especially for youngsters.
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It is with great excitement that the Cyprus Amateur Radio Society has received notice from the Department of Electronic Communications of the Government of Cyprus, that the 70Mhz band has been officially released for use by Cyprus radio amateurs. The 70Mhz band is to be used on a Secondary basis, subject to the condition that stations do not interfere with other services, within the spectrum They had the opportunity to see the antenna systems up-close and also the control center and were informed about their operation by the specialized staff.
Before you can get on the air, you need to be licensed and know the rules to operate legally. US licenses are good for 10 years before renewal and anyone may hold one except a representative of a foreign government. Many people become Amateur Radio operators because of their interest in radio technology and experimentation.
Amateur Radio Enthusiasts were experimenting in the town as early as the 's and following a renewed surge in the hobby after the Second World War, local amateurs began to increase and in the Summer ofa few of these local amateurs, together with a close association at the Technical College Annex, Kings Street, Melton Mowbray, got together and MMARS came into being. Sadly, all have now joined the ranks of "Silent Keys", but to many of those who knew them, they were Pioneers of the hobby in the area and the legacy they leave behind is MMARS. The society has benefited from having a very dedicated group of Contest Minded Members and has a fully equipped modern mobile station.
We promote science, math, education, public service, emergency services and preparedness through HAM Radio use and provide a support network for all levels of Amateur Radio enthusiasts and interested parties. We provide technical support, training, and Volunteer Examiner VE for license testing at all levels for Amateur Radio enthusiasts. Auxiliary events and training are scheduled as appropriate in convenient locations throughout the community.
First Christian Church N. Houston Rd. Because Winlink is being severely criticized for allowing US client and gateway operators to violate US amateur radio third-party traffic rules, we are today starting to test automatic enforcement of these rules.
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