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Ham Radio is the only fail safe communication system in the world!

Ik ben Nederlandstalig... Je suis Francophone...
Happy New Year...
Submitted by: ON7TK
Happy New Year - UBA We wish you a happy new year and a lot of joy and satisfaction with our wonderful hobby…
PMR-Expo Cologne Germany
Submitted by: ON4CAS
Convergence and hybrid systems.
In the past, all telecommunication was done in analogue mode. When digital communications started, more options became available. In the amateur world, devices appeared that broadcast both in analogue and digital mode. Both systems converged towards each other, both for radio amateurs and in the professional sector.
All leading global brands were present in Cologne and showed the progress they have made with hybrid systems.

New beacons ON0VHF
Submitted by: ON6TI
Three new beacon frequencies have been installed today on the site of ON0VHF in JO20HP, the 13 cm beacon is already operational since mid-september.
Telecom World 2019 Budapest
Submitted by: ON4CAS
Some information from Freddy, ON3FDS, who has been attending the conference...

Job offer at Médicins Sans Frontières (MSF)
Submitted by: ON7TK
Médecins Sans Frontières is looking for a TELECOM MOBILE IMPLEMENTATION OFFICER (MIO) (M/F), to setup Telecommunication networks for MSF teams in order to run and coordinate operations (mainly VHF-HF-radio's and Satphone). Training is provided by the Telecom-team (radioamateurs). See ON4MSF on QRZ.com.

More information can be found on the Médicins Sans Frontières website.

Belgian Radio amateurs commemorate landing in Normandy
Submitted by: ON3FDS
This year major commemorations are planned to commemorate the landing of the Allies in Normandy. On June 6th, it will have been 75 years ago that the impetus was given for the destruction of the totalitarian Nazi regime.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary commemoration in 1994, members of the NNV and GBN departments of the UBA, Royal Belgian Amateur Radio Union, started out with an annual expedition to Ranville on the historic Pegasus bridge. Corporal Tappenden landed there with the paratroopers of the British 6th Airborne on the night of 5 to 6 June 1944 near two bridges.