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Independent Telegraph club CQCW invites you to join the club members.
Our organization is still very young, but already unites more than 400 (Today 28-06-16) 444 members / radio Amateurs from 30+ countries of the world.
About the policy and the rules of the club can be found at our website:
Download and unpack memberlist at:
E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org Alexander (ALI) R6CN former RV6ANQ
Award programma CQCW
Presidential Programm "The Great Inventors"
The original idea of the club CQCW.
*** e-AWARD *** ONE BAND, WARC BANDS, ALL BANDS
Applicant diploma must be fulfill the following conditions;
During the one day to collect 8 points. using any variants of suffixes of th letters B, E, L, LL (Only those letters and promptness of letters LL!)
Other letters must not be present in the suffixes !!!
Duplicate letters in suffix are forbidden!
Points for suffixes see table:
Reporting period - from 21 September 2013.
Mode - only CW!
Conditions for SWL are the same.
E-mail to email@example.com Alexander (ALI) R6CN former RV6ANQ
Beste mede amateur,
Dear fellow amateur,
In deze mail staat een link waarop het drieentwintigste DKARS-Magazine is te downloaden.
This mail contains a link which
the 23th- DKARS-Magazine is available for download.
De Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society is een stichting die de belangen wenst te behartigen van ALLE radioamateurs binnen het gehele Koninkrijk der Nederlanden.
The Kingdom Dutch Amateur Radio
Society is an organization that seeks to represent the interests of ALL radio
amateurs throughout the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Namens de Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society wens ik je veel leesplezier nadat je op deze link hebt geklikt:
On behalf of the Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society, I wish you pleasant reading after you click on this link:
Wil je in plaats van een PDF te downloaden
het Magazine on-line doorbladeren?
Dat kan ook, ga dan naar deze link:
Want to download the magazine browsing on-line instead of a PDF? This can also go to this link:
73 namens de DKARS
Peter de Graaf
PJ4NX en PA3CNX
Have missed this in May '16
Beste DKARS Magazine lezer,
Best DKARS Magazine reader,
Dit jaar komt DKARS vanwege de 'vakantie perikelen' met een gecombineerde editie uit voor de maanden juni en juli.
This year DKARS because of the 'holiday perils' with a combined edition for the months of June and July.
Rond het einde van deze maand zal dit
Around the end of this month will show this Magazine.
Let op ons radioamateurpanel!
Binnenkort komt de Stichting DKARS met een paar belangrijke panelvragen waar we dit keer ook grote prijzen onder de inzenders zullen gaan verloten!
Please note that our amateur radio panel!
Soon the DKARS Foundation comes with a few key panel asking where we this time grand prizes will be raffle among the contributors!
73, Peter/PJ4NX Secretaris en hoofdredacteur DKARS
FOC Bug Day
This list of bug enthusiasts was given to me by Benny, K5KV, but any omissions are my fault.
Iain, M0PCB, our activities coordinator will be announcing FOC Bug Day to take place on Saturday July 2nd 0000Z to 2400Z.
I should be the last person to be involved in something to do with using a bug but it seemed worthwhile to try having a one day get-together where only bugs are to be used.
Iain's notice will spell out the format of the exchange but as I recall we can send "CQ FOC Bug Day" and exchange names and, as a minimum, what sort of bug is being used but I would expect QSOs to be somewhat in the rag chew style.
No points or awards but participants can send me an e-mail giving their call signs and, if they want to, a vote for best bug fist.
put together a list of participants and the call and name of the person voted
best bug fist.
Non-Members are encouraged to participate in Bug Day and you can ask them to send me an e-mail, with a vote for best fist, if they wish to, so I can list their call.
There may be bugs in the above suggestions (pun partially intended) so please get back to me if you feel some modifications would help.
FOC is the First class Operators Club.
It has been around since before WW II.
It is a UK based club and has some of the best CW operators about.
Many of my Elmers were/are members.
I hope everyone had a great FD (Field Day) and I hope you'll remember to send me some pictures and a short note regarding your event.
July issue of the Rag Chew is on the web at:
Be sure to read the adventures of S52CC, the report on the Dayton gathering, the amazing collection of Speed X keys belonging to VE1KEY,the article of the LNR xcvr.
have your choice of great humor in this issue including the ham's "ice
cream truck" and the latest floor plan for your new home.
As always, thanks to who helped make this issue possible and to all of you please don't hesitate to submit anything for the Rag Chew.
73, Ted K8AQM SKCC #1629S Rag Chew Issue Editor.
Contest Alert for 80m CC CW
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You (PA3CLQ) registered for an RSGB Contest Alert 168 hours before the 80m CC CW.
This contest takes place on Mon 4-Jul-2016 19:00 UTC
The rules for the contest can be found here:
list/edit your contest alerts visit this link
Regards, RSGB CC
Local news article
Our local radio club was featured in a article in the local paper publicizing amateur radio.
I was able to get in a comment about SKCC and
how it is growing in popularity with morse code enthusiasts.
Allan, Sr. / W4EAB
"It's not the destination; it's the journey!"
Several things you might want to do to introduce yourself to land line American Morse telegraphy.
First, check out the Morse Telegraph Club's website at:
In particular, the documents available from these pages:
Also, please consider joining the MTC. Membership is only $20 a year and you get for issues of our quarterly magazine, "Dots & Dashes".
You can find a membership application here:
Secondly, for over a decade now, thanks to one of our members, we have an Internet telegraph network which will allow you to not only hear authentic American Morse Code from any one of the broadcast wires (those from 100 to 199) but also actually communicate with other members, usually on wire 11.
I know I am frequently on wire 11 for the Saturday afternoon chat group starting at about 2 PM Eastern.
You don't need real instruments as the program will make the sounder clicks using your PC's sound system and you and send by typing on the keyboard.
But with simple interface circuitry, you can connect real telegraph keys and sounders to your PC computer and use them to listen and communicate.
Real instruments are frequently readily available on eBay.
The learn more about and download the free program, called MorseKOB, (version 2.5 is the PC version) see it's web site at:
Click on "Current activity" to see what wires have activity on them.
73, J. Chris Hausler International Vice President, Morse Telegraph Club
73, your Editor PA3CLQ
My simple website about Gigantic DF-Antennas
Part 1 "DF-Antenna Wullenweber Array"
Part 2 "DF-Antenna USSR Variants"
Part 3 "DF-Antenna USA Variant"
Next Part 4 "USSR OTHRA DUGA 1,2 & 3" at: