BUON ANNO 2019    (by IZ0ABD Francesco)

Un altro anno è passato ed è tempo di bilanci e nuovi propositi. E' stato un anno impegnativo per la nostra sezione, sia in termini di tempo/uomo che di risorse economiche. Abbiamo, con l'aiuto del Comune di Perugia e di alcuni soci, restaurato la palazzina che ci ospita e che, modestamente, ora è un bel biglietto da visita per la sezione. Abbiamo montato antenne per le 5 bande classiche delle HF: a queste si aggiungono le direttive per il traffico via satellile in banda VHF e UHF. Abbiamo eliminato i disturbi al ripetitore R6 e finalmente sta funzionando degnamente. Ora miglioreremo anche gli altri. Abbiamo acquistato un ricevitore radio SDR che a breve sarà online - grazie a coloro che hanno contribuito. Abbiamo partecipato a contest ed altre attività radio, quali l'esercitazione di protezione civile di Settembre a Magione.  Abbiamo fatto servizio avvistamento incendi boschivi e di assistenza a gare sportive. Abbiamo organizzato una bella gita a Sasso Marconi ed al radiotelescopio di Medicina. Per il 2019 stiamo organizzandone un'altra e presto ricevere aggiornamenti. Abbiamo portato 6 esaminandi a superare l'esame per la patente di radioamatore: 3 di questi si sono poi iscritti alla nostra sezione - grazie per la fiducia. Altri OM invece si sono iscritti o sono tornati tra noi così che siamo aumentati un po' - grazie. Abbiamo tenuto 6 seminari nei primi 5 mesi dell'anno, ma nel 2019 replicheremo con 11 (...vedi immagine sotto riportata). Abbiamo avviato il corso di CW grazie a Franco I0FSP e questo proseguirà fino a Giugno 2019. Abbiamo concluso le pratiche per il 5x1000 e quindi grazie a tutti coloro che ci hanno pensato al momento della denuncia dei redditi. Abbiamo pubblicato tanto tra Facebook, Youtube ed il sito: grazie a tutti coloro che ci seguono, cercheremo di fare ancora meglio. Abbiamo fatto tanto, forse, ma non ancora abbastanza, almeno secondo noi. Perciò auguriamoci di poter fare di più e di meglio in questo 2019 perché ne abbiamo le capacità e tanta voglia.

Con l'occasione prendete appunti dei nuovi seminari e Buon 2019 a tutti.

Per il C.D. di ARI Perugia, IZ0ABD 

 

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