QST v rubrice IARU news se v č.11/1930 zabývalo
bratrovražedným bojem československých amatérů. Zde je celý tento článek v
původní podobě a znění. Následuje "Report" organizace K.V.A.Č.
Before presenting the next report it might be well to
include just a word about the situation at present existing in
Czechoslovakia, as far as amateur societis are concerned. So far, two
societes claim to represent the amateur; the K.V.A.C., wich sends in the
report printed herewith, and the S.K.E.C., which has rendered reports in
the past. Both have petitioned for I.A.R.U. recognition, but a decision in
the matter has not yet been made. It is hoped, however, that some
settlement will be possible in the near future.
The editor of this department would like to take this
opportunity of suggesting to our Czechoslovakian friends that they would
benefit greatly by studying the last year´s developments in amateur radio
in Australia. Much the same situation existed there for a while, but was
solved by the officials of the two societies concerned getting together,
talking over their differences and amalgamating, a sporting and wise
outcome. How about it, OK´s?
By the K.V.A.C.
Although a great deal of work is beeing done on 40 meters
in this country, many amateurs prefer to work locally on the 80-meters
The Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs created much
happiness in the amateurs ranks recently by announcing that amateur
transmitting stations will now be officially permitted. Applicants will
have to pass an examination on theory and practice, and must be able to
send and receive 10 words per minute (50 letters per minute). Amateur
licenses will be granted only for scientific and experimental puposes, and
the government will have to be amply assured of these aims before any
license will be issued. Maximum input will probably be limited to 50 watts
in the final amplifier stage. A special law giving details of these
arrangements is now being written up, and should be issued in the near
(Incidentally, the granting of amateur privileges in
Czechoslovakia is a direct outcome of the Washington Convention of 1927,
and the Hague Conference of 1929-A.L.B.)
During the first part of November, 1929, the third annual
meeting of the Ceskoslovensky Radiosvaz was held. The K.V.A.C. is the
shortwave section of this parent society. Our prezident is Dr. Jan
Safranek; the secretary, Mr. P.Motycka, and the treasurer, Mr. Max
Active amateurs in Czechoslovakia at present are OK2YD,
OK2SI, OK1RV, OK1VP, OK1OK, OK3SK and OK3NZ.
| Zdroj: QST 11/1930 str.