Author Archives: k1dg
It was a very good year
Today I turn over the Chair of the WWROF to John Dorr, K1AR. I will remain involved with WWROF as a Director, but my responsibility as President of WRTC2014, Inc. will be my primary focus for the next few years. … Continue reading
2010 IARU HF Championship and WRTC
The IARU HF Championship is now over, and with it, the 2010 WRTC. By all accounts the WRTC was a huge success, with the first-ever really “level playing field”. Congratulations to all the organizers, support staff, and of course the … Continue reading
I have just returned from a trip that included a visit to the HAM RADIO convention at Friedrichshafen, Germany. This is the “Dayton of Europe”, and it was my first time there. It is held in a wonderful facility…the flea … Continue reading
WWROF Sponsors NA CW Sprint Medals
The North American Sprint contest is one of the most challenging events in amateur radio. A short four hours in length, it includes a unique “QSY rule”, that requires a station to move at least 1 kHz after making one … Continue reading
“How can I join the WWROF”?
I’ve gotten a lot of emails in the past couple of weeks from people asking this question. And now I can answer it! The Board has established several levels of supporter: Bronze ($1 – 49); Silver ($50+); Gold ($250+): and … Continue reading
Going to Dayton?
The Dayton Hamvention is this coming week. This is the biggest ham radio event of the year, and a gathering place for operators from around the world. The WWROF will be there – nearly all of our Directors will be … Continue reading
I just returned from the International DX Convention in Visalia, CA. This was the first public announcement of the WWROF, in conjunction with the news release we distributed via various email lists and Web sites. Besides me, WWROF Directors K3LR … Continue reading
Welcome to the World Wide Radio Operators Foundation Web site!
This is a new organization, by and for active amateur radio operators. We are a non-profit corporation, and our goal is to provide support and funding for activities that support our mission of improving the skills of radio operators worldwide. … Continue reading