Radio Marathon "INVENTORS TELECOMMUNICATION"

21:17 Fernando Luiz de Souza 4 Comments






March 16 to June 16, 2016

RUSSIA




The international scientific-educational radio marathon "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION" has been established by the Russian Geographical Society with the support of radio clubs and amateur radio operators in Russia to call attention to the personalities who played a prominent role in the history of telecommunications.

The purpose of the international radio marathon "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION" is to transfer to radio amateurs all over the world, a body of knowledge of the history of telecommunications, development outlook, the ability to individual creative solutions for self-learning, as well as the formation of humanistic values.

Knowledge of the history of telecommunications decides a world view, general cultural problem. After all means of communication were established efforts of many scientists, engineers, inventors of all developed countries of the world. Communications World international, and with it humanity is beginning to overcome the accumulated hostility and mistrust between the peoples.

Special days of activity for this radio marathon will be:
16 March - Birthdate of A.S. Popov.
18 April - World Day of Amateur Radio.
7 May - Honoring the Russian physicist Alexander S. Popov.
17 May - World Information Society Day. (Previously called International Telecommunications Day).

Award Rules: The inventors of the telecommunications March 16 - June 16, 2016

You may earn several diplomas and awards of the international amateur scientific and educational diploma program "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION" by conducting radio contacts (SWL OK) from 16 March (00 UTC) to 16 June (00 UTC) of 2016 by contacting special event stations using the prefix RT, the number 73, with a prefix that contains the initials of the individual being honored, XX for their contribution as Inventors of Telecommunication.

To earn the 7 different thematic classes you need to contact the following number of stations, indicating the international amateur radio digital code expression *:

1. Diploma "INVENTORS TELECOMMUNICATIONS: THE FIRST COMMUNICATIONS» 11 QSOs
2. Diploma "TELECOMMUNICATION INVENTORS: MAIL" 44 QSO
3. Diploma "TELECOMMUNICATION INVENTORS: Telegraph" 55 QSO
4. Diploma "INVENTORS TELECOMMUNICATIONS: TELEPHONE" 73 QSO
5. Diploma "TELECOMMUNICATION INVENTORS: RADIO": 88 QSO
6. Diploma "TELECOMMUNICATION INVENTORS: TELEVISION" 99 QSO
7. Diploma "TELECOMMUNICATION INVENTORS: INTERNET": 161 QSO
To earn the 3 different awards "INVENTORS TELECOMMUNICATION» PLAQUE and TROPHY you need to dial the following number of QSO:
1. The award "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION» PLAQUE: 200 QSO
2. The award "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION» TROPHY: 250 QSO
3. The award "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION" GLASS: 300 QSO

The above wooden plaques for "Inventor TELECOMMUNICATION» PLAQUE & TROPHY are mounted on a metal base (weight: 0.5 kg, plaque - 23 x 30.5 cm, metal - 19 x 26 cm).

A special Glass award "INVENTORS TELECOMMUNICATION» features optical glass with laser engraving and gift box (weight: 0.5 kg).

Repeated QSOs / SWL with special radios RT 73 XX, dedicated to the great and well-known telecommunication inventors may be worked multiple time using various HF & VHF bands and different modes (telephone, telegraph, digital types) from March 16 to June 16, 2016.

For radio stations that are located on separate continents of NA, SA, OC, AF, AS ( with the exception of Russia and CIS countries) each contact is worth double points.

The observers (SWL) should send such reports to the monitoring report to the Organizing Committee.

All 7 thematic diplomas are issued solely in electronic form free of charge through the system automated system of HAMLOG RU which is located at: http://rt73.hamlog.ru . They will receive reports from all participants which will be used to verify your contacts.

While the paper awards are free of charge, there will be a charge made for the Awards which are PLAQUES, TROPHY and GLASS. Contact sponsor for details to send to your country.

LIST OF PARTICIPATING STATIONS AND THE PERSONS BEING HONORED:

1. RT73AP Alexander Stepanovich Popov
2. RT73SM Samuel Finley Breese Morse
3. RT73NT Nikola Tesla
4. RT73ES Ernst Werner Siemens
5. RT73TE Thomas Alva Edison
6. RT73HH Henry Rudolf Hertz
7. RT73GM Guglielmo Marconi
8. RT73JG Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss
9. RT73AV Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta
10. RT73AA Andre-Marie Ampere
11. RT73MF Michael Faraday
12. RT73JM James Clerk Maxwell
13. RT73DH David Edward Hughes
14. RT73OL Sir Oliver Joseph Lodge
15. RT73WC William Crookes
16. RT73GP Greenleaf Whittier Pickard
17. RT73EA Edwin Howard Armstrong
18. RT73AR Augusto Riga
19. RT73EB Edouard Branly
20. RT73HL Hendrik Antoon Lorentz
21. RT73AL Alexander Lodygin
22. RT73PY Pavel Yablochkov
23. RT73VZ Vladimir K. Zworykin
24. RT73DD Mikhail Dolivo-Dobrovolsky
25. RT73BY Moritz von Jacobi
26. RT73RH Robert Hooke
27. RT73PA Alexander M. (Eng. Alexander Matveevich Poniatoff
28. RT73DL Dmitry Lachinov
29. RT73LO Oleg Losev
30. RT73EL Heinrich Lenz
31. RT73BR Boris Rosing
32. RT73SK Simon Isidorovich Kataev
33. RT73AB Alexander Bain
34. RT73KB Karl Ferdinand Braun
35. RT73OA Abgarovich Hovhannes Adamyan
36. RT73YL Yakov Semenovich Lapovok.
37. RT73BB Mikhail Bonch-Bruevich
38. RT73FL Fedor Lbov
39. R73BA Alexander Graham
40. RT73JH Joseph Henry
41. RT73AM Antonio Meucci

42. RT73LF Lee de Forest
43. RT73JB Logue John Baird
44. RT73CW Sir Charles Wheatstone
45. RT73FS Francisco de Salva
46. RT73EK Ernst Ernst
47. RT73LL Leonid Labutin
48. RT73AS Adolf Slaby
49. RT73ML Malone Loomis (Mahlon Loomis)
50. RT73SH Hasegawa Sako, JA1MP .
51. RT73CC Claude Chappe
52. RT73HE Hans Christian Orsted
53. RT73PS Pavel Schilling
54. RT73JF Sir John Ambrose Fleming
55. RT73JD John Frederick Daniel
56. RT73CS Karl August Steynhel
57. RT73WG William Robert Grove
58. RT73VA Alfred Vail
59. RT73MA Baron Manfred von Ardenne
60. RT73VK Valentin Kovalenkov
61. RT73WD William Du Bois Duddel
62. RT73VP Valdemar Poulsen
63. RT73RF Reginald Aubrey Fessenden
64. RT73BJ Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose
65. RT73ER Ernst Rumer
66. RT73JT John Trowbridge
67. RT73WP William Henry Preece
68. RT73RL Lieben Robert
69. RT73IA Isamu Akasaki
70. RT73SN Shuji Nakamura
71. RT73NS Nathan Stubblefield
72. RT73VS Walter Hermann Schottky
73. RT73FM Fritz Walter
74. RT73PG Pavel Golubitskiy
75. RT73VV Valentin Petrovich Vologdin
76. RT73WS William Bradford Shockley
77. RT73WB Walter Houser Bratt
78. RT73SF Cyrus West Field
79. RT73JK Jack Art .
80. RT3NM Sir Nevill Francis Mott
81. RT73JV Hazbruk John Van
82. RT73LG Luigi Galvani


Basic Rules document: http://www.r6x.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=34&layout=blog&Itemid=66&lang=ru

HAMLOG RU: http://rt73.hamlog.ru .

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