On Sunday the 4th 2017, ARAT held its annual meeting at Ibn Khaldoun Hotel in Tunis, with the presence of members from across the country as well as the guest Jean Michelle Lore, ON5QF. During the meeting, the association’s president Ashraf Chaabane presented a résumé of the activities that took place throughout the year. The […]
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On Saturday the 23rd and Sunday the 24th, ARAT in collaboration with the Tunisian Scouts hosted radio amateur related activities with the purpose of spreading the hobby and the spirit among youngsters. The activities consisted of making an introduction workshop for young scouts who haven’t got exposed to the hobby, pile ups to contact operators […]
Wednesday the 20th of December is the day where history was written for the Tunisian ham radio world and society, as the first 3V license exams in this millennium of both classes 1 and 2 took place with 12 candidates.
With the beginning of the December Youngsters On The Air « YOTA » month, ARAT started its activity the morning of the 1st of December with a workshop for young students in order to introduce them to the hobby and spread the YOTA spirit, fun, and activities that come with it, at the 3V8CB club station.
As usual, ARAT participated in the 2017’s edition of JOTA-JOTI. For this event, in collaboration with the Tunisian scouts, many workshops and activities had been established, such as radio basics and electronics, in the International Scout Camping Centre of Borj Cedria, Tunisia on the 20, 21, and 22 October 2017. This year the program was […]
ARAT took part of the IARU-R1 24th conference that took place in Munich, Germany. During this event, many subjects had been discussed, and a vote for the new executive office took place.
YOTA 2017 UK was great to say the least, full with activities, workshops, tours and fun. It was a busy week in Gilwell Park and elsewhere. 80 members from 20+ countries were present, divided mainly into 3 groups, each with a specific program that is partitioned along 7 days, into morning, afternoon, and evening sessions. […]
The Tunisian Ministry of Telecom has officially issued the decree organising Amateur Radio licensing in Tunisia!! It’s been a long journey of hard work! Congratulations for all Tunisian Radio Amateurs!
Last Saturday July 23rd, ARAT members joined for an informal meeting in Borj Cedria’s club station (3V8CB). During the gathering, many subjects have been discussed as well as future plans and events, such as forthcoming YOTA in UK, JOTI/JOTA and the IARU-R1 Conference in Germany. After the meeting, ARAT members were invited to lunch.