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The new Ukrainian rules

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by UR4IOR, Apr 7, 2011.

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  1. UR4IOR

    UR4IOR Ham Member QRZ Page

    This subject in the core concerns the Ukrainian radio fans, but I hope that it won't leave indifferent and among fans short and ultra-short waves all over the world. Probably many know about that as the new rules has cut down possibilities of the Ukrainian radio fans who yet course about it and rough polemic about it it is possible to read here -
    But the main thing - is prepared the letter to the Head of the National commission concerning regulation of communication of Ukraine.
    All Ukrainian radio fan can deliver the signature here I hope that all visiting a site QRZ.COM and forums, will support Ukrainian НАМs
    Sergey UR4IOR 73!
  2. K0RGR

    K0RGR Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Sorry, but I really can't make out much from the website, and the petition is not in English.

    What's happening?
  3. XU7ADQ

    XU7ADQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Last edited: Apr 8, 2011
  4. N2TJX

    N2TJX Ham Member QRZ Page

    OK, I think I get it. The big complaint seems to be that the document tries to outline some definitions for amateur radio, but that it's poorly put together and has conflicting statements. Nothing earth shattering, they're just saying they want the work cleaned up. It's certainly a legitimate complaint because it leave some of the band definitions open for "interpretation."

    Maybe I'm totally wrong and it's actually a service manual for a 1987 Fiat Panda...

  5. UA6JD

    UA6JD Moderator Volunteer DX Helper Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Сергей - тяжело разобраться по тем ссылкам - напишите на английском языке все эту историю и тогда будет проще поддержать вас
  6. UT8LN

    UT8LN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Прочитал на английском и ничего не понял, зачем все это и что требуется от посетителей сайта. Зачем еще и иностранцам голову забивать нашими проблемами? Если уже спамить, то переведите на нормальный английский.
  7. W7CI

    W7CI Ham Member QRZ Page


    The use of the term, "radio fan" is not appropriate when addressing a subject about, "amateur radio". Radio Fan is an archaic term used in the 1920 - 1950 year era to denote a commercial broadcast listener who listens to commercial broadcast radio for entertainment. In any language it is most proper to use, "Radio Amateur" or "Ham Radio" rather than, "radio fan".

    de W7CI
  8. AB3FL

    AB3FL Ham Member QRZ Page

    Not everyone on QRZ speaks English as a first language. The OP may have even used google translate to translate to English...

    Tom - AB3FL

  9. W0BG

    W0BG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Radio Fan

    My good OMs

    Radio Fan is simply a direct translation of the Russian word radiolubitel. It literally translates as a "lover of radio." The translation Radio Fan kind of gets the same feeling across that you would get from the Russian language. For our Russian and Ukrainian friends radiolubitel = ham radio operator or amateur radio operator or simply ham.

  10. W7CI

    W7CI Ham Member QRZ Page

    RADIO FAN REVISITED (In any Language)

    My, My, it must be my Anglo/Saxon, North American language and ethnocenterism coming out and subsequently providing a critical response.

    de W&CI
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