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Portale ufficiale dell'ARI - Associazione Radioamatori Italiani
  • Disponibile in area riservata ai bilanci, la documentazione dei bilanci in formato .zip  

  • L’Associazione Radioamatori Italiani IQ0OS, Sezione 0009 di Ostia, organizza per il secondo anno, il diploma “MARE DI ROMA” che avrà la durata di un mese con inizio dalle 00:00 ora locale di Giovedì 1 Marzo 2018, e fine alle ore 24:00 ora locale di Sabato 31 Marzo 2018. Lo scopo dell'iniziativa è quello di incentivare l'attività radioamatoriale in HF dei soci della sezione A.R.I. di Ostia e promuovere nello stesso tempo, la bellezza e la storia del nostro territorio, cercando di racchiudere questi obiettivi nella raffigurazione del diploma “MARE DI ROMA”.

  • Una nuova sfida per l'ARI: il "codice del Terzo Settore"Vincenzo Favata, IT9IZY Ritengo utile informare i Soci, sinteticamente e con termini comprensibili (anche ai non addetti ai lavori e a coloro che non si occupano personalmente delle radiocomunicazioni di emergenza in ambito di protezione civile), della recente emanazione di una nuova legge (codice del Terzo Settore) che regola le associazioni come la nostra.Tutti i soci sono a conoscenza del fatto che l'ARI, per far fronte alle esigenze della precedente normativa in vigore ed al fine di consentire l'opera dei propri soci nell'ambito della protezione civile - ovviamente  solo nel campo delle comunicazioni d'emergenza - si è dotata di una struttura denominata ARI-RE.E' quasi certo però che non tutti sono consapevoli che l'ARI-RE, posta in essere per far fronte alle esigenze di adeguamento della nostra associazione alle norme sopravvenute in materia, oggi può ritenersi non più idonea allo scopo per cui era stata creata.

  • L'ennesimo, increscioso disguido che, obtorto collo, abbiamo dovuto registrare con Poste Italiane al momento della spedizione di RadioRivista programmata per 15 giorni fa ci costringe a correre ai ripari offrendo ai Soci l'opportunità di sfogliare il nostro magazine con largo anticipo sul sito. Ci scusiamo. Di colpe non nostre.   

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    The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
  • The deadline is April 30 for US schools, museums, science centers, and community youth organizations (working individually or together) to submit proposals to host an Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact with an orbiting crew member on the International Space Station (ISS). Contacts would be scheduled between January 1 and June 30, 2019.Each year, ARISS provides tens...

  • The results of the 2017 ARRL November Sweepstakes CW are now posted on the ARRL website. Go to the Contest Results Articles page, and scroll down. Click on "2017 Contest Results" and then to “November Sweepstakes (CW).” The full results database is available.  

  • Increase your station’s receive performance with new book Receiving Antennas for the Radio Amateur by ARRL author Eric P. Nichols, KL7AJ. Although the fundamental characteristics of antennas apply to both transmission and reception, the requirements and priorities of receiving antennas can be vastly different from those of transmitting antennas. Receiving Antennas for the Radio Amateur focuses ...

  • No sunspots were observed between March 2 and March 15. One sunspot made a brief appearance on March 2, after a blank sun on March 1. Average daily sunspot number dropped from 1.6 to zero this week, and average daily solar flux rose fractionally from 67.6 to 67.7. We’ll be watching the latest sunspot appearance to see if it is as fleeting as the March 2 sunspot.Geomagnetic indicators rose sligh...

  • The deadline to submit nominations for these five ARRL awards that recognize educational and technological pursuits in Amateur Radio is just 2 weeks away. Nominations are also open for the League’s premier award to honor a young licensee. The Hiram Percy Maxim Award recognizes a radio amateur and ARRL member under age 21 whose accomplishments and contributions are of the most exemplary nature w...

  • NASA has informed Robertsville Middle School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, that its “RamSat” 2U CubeSat proposal has been accepted for participation in NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI) for a launch opportunity during 2019, 2020, or 2021. The Robertsville proposal was one of 21 satellites selected or prioritized for participation in the ninth CSLI selection. CSLI provides opportunities for sma...

  • Since the beginning of the Amateur Radio Emergency Communications training program, ARRL has relied on the work of mentors to help guide those interested in volunteering to serve their communities. Our mentors represent the best in Amateur Radio public service communications training and make a substantial difference in how students approach service to their communities and Amateur Radio. The m...

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    Latest articles, reviews and links posted to The, an amateur radio, cb radio, scanning and shortwave radio, reference site The
  • Yaesu FT-818ND HF VHF UHF All mode portable transceiver

  • CW Ops - Morse Code Practice Files, CW (morse) practice audio, QRadioLink, Practice Files Provided by K7QO, Morse Code Speed Practice files, AJ8MH Web Site, Generate CW Practice files, MP3 CW Practice files, The C-Pole Antenna , K6RAU Code Course, NAVTEX by National Weather Service Marine Forecasts, QSO Director, Dutch Young Ladies Club, Proud 2B PI4YLC.

  • Learn morse code is still one of the main goals to achieve for an amateur radio operator, expecially on HF bands DXing, contesting and QRP operations still rely heavily on morse code.

  • Wire Antenna Calculator, GP antenna for 70 cm, ARLAN Communications, QrssPiG, Arduino Vector Graphic Antenna Analyser, The 40/30 Pyramid, 7 Element Yagi Calculator,

  • A collection of the top 30 amateur radio links we reviewed and added to our links directory during the 2017

  • Radio programming cables homebrew projects. Build CAT cables or interface rig cables

  • Links and resources for the Kenwood TS-480 ham radio transceiver

  • Antennas/30MDimensions and EZNEC plots for a 2 Element 30 meter Yagi antenna with 28 Ohm featuring 4.3 dBd Gain and a 16dB F/B with a good bandwidth.



    WEBPAGES dei soci  ARIPG 

     I0NAA  Mario

    IK0FUX  Francesco

    I0GEJ  Lidio

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     IK0UTM  Vanni

    IK0XBX  Francesco

    IK0YUT  Luigi

    IZ0ABD Francesco Google+

    IZ0DBA  Giacomo

    IZ0DXD  Sergio


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