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- C1000WAA - Buenos Aires

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Call data

Last update:2018-11-08 20:38:54
Main prefix:LU
DXCC Zone:100
ITU Zone:14
CQ Zone:13

QSL data

Last update:2015-10-10 17:14:40
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES


The particularly useful for emergency telecommunications instrument is the Amateur Radio Service , which offers a worldwide network of radio stations that work without more infrastructure equipment used by each of the operators. Many stations are particularly resistant to disasters through independent power sources . What is very important however , is that skilled volunteers who operate these stations know very well how to establish communication links in the worst conditions and with very limited means.
Just as maritime and aeronautical services , service
Amateur radio is a recognized telecommunications service . For an amateur radio license , the operator must pass an examination administered or recognized by the appropriate state authorities . Beyond the technical and operational skills required for the exam, the amateur radio station operators continually hone their skills and take courses
specialized in emergency telecommunications. In many countries , national associations of radio amateurs have established a permanent cooperation with service providers and emergency relief organizations in disaster and amateurs regularly participate in training and exercises in emergency response . The International Amateur Radio Union , which is the umbrella organization for all national associations of radio amateurs, have a cooperation agreement with the United Nations and participates in the work of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU ) Telecommunications
emergency .
International regulations generally do not allow messages to third parties are treated by the amateur service stations . Some administrations allow the treatment of strictly non-commercial messages with content , and given the non-profit nature of the service , all such activities must be free . Recognizing the importance of the amateur service in emergency telecommunications , the World Radiocommunication Conference (Ginebra , 2003) has recently amended the relevant regulations. Today the national authorities that regulate the amateur service in each country to allow third-party traffic in emergencies and disaster , as well as during training activities related calls . Emergency telecommunications have a long tradition and are an important part of the activities of the amateur service . Today, as during the last 100 years of history
of radio , amateurs are often at the forefront of technological developments and , especially , are " radio men and women " in the true sense of the word. The use of radio equipment is part of our
everyday life, but when there is no easy means of using mobile phones, the skill of the amateur is an invaluable resource .
It is for this reason that many amateur radio volunteers not only participate in intervention services in emergencies or when disaster strikes , but also occupy senior positions as directors of emergency telecommunications
in many organizations . Whenever preparedness plans are developed for emergency telecommunications must contact the local clubs and national associations of amateur radio operators.


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