Diploma of Italian Museums

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The award is designed to be a permanent Diploma organized by Conero Radio Team and AIRS Section Valli di Lanzo. The Diploma IMA has established in order to publicize Italian Museums and enhance the cultural, historical and architectural values that come from museums. Each Museum has a collection, public or private, of objects relative to one or more fields of culture, science and technology.  The Italian law, Article 101 of Legislative Decree 22 January 2004 n. 42, regarding the "Code of cultural heritage and landscape", defines a museum as "a permanent structure that acquires, catalogs, preserves, order and exposes cultural heritage for educational purposes and study".

The types of museums vary from those of larger size, often located in large cities, to those of smaller size.

The types of museums include: :

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Anthropology
Applied arts
Botanical and Zoological Gardens
Figurative Arts
Handicraft
History
Military History
Natural history
Numismatics
Philately
Science
Technology


AWARD RULES:

1. The rules for "activators" are not included in this list of rules for "chasers". Activators should refer to web site.

2. The rules apply all the bands allocated to the Amateur Radio Service in Italy on shortwave from 80 to 10 meters.

3. The following emission modes are valid: CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK.

4. The official list of museum references is published on the site.

5. QSL confirming the QSO are optional.

6. SWL are eligible for the award under a separate classification.

7. Two categories of diploma IMA are planned: Hunter and Expeditioner.

8. The Diplomas are free and are sent via e-mail in digital format, ready to be printed directly from the applicant with a common printer. Printed paper diplomas are not supported.

9. The award is issued in levels as follows:
a. Italian Hunter applicants must have be contacted at least 20, 50, 100, 150, 200 or higher.different museum references.
b. For European applicants, contacts with 10, 20, 50, 150, 200 and higher.
c. Applicants from all other countries need 5 10, 20, 50, 100, 150, 200 and so forth references.

10. For any dispute the decision of the 'Award Manager is final and unappealable.

11. Official listings of eligible Italian museums are found at: http://www.anconaline.com/ima/REFERENZE.pdf

12. A mailing list dedicated to this subject is available from the sponsor. Contact them at musei@crt.red .

13. These regulations may be subject to changes and refinements.

14. The following have developed the award:

Award Manager: Giancarlo IW6ATQ
Technical Manager: Danilo IZ1HVD

E-mail: musei@crt.red
Internet: https://diplomamuseiitaliani.jimdo.com/regolamento/

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