This year's Estonian radio amateurs' summer camp is planned to be held at Alujoa puhkekeskus (ES4-area, Ida-Virumaa) at the beginning of July: 2.-4.07.2021. At the moment we are optimistic that it will take place - but we will keep you informed about the potential Covid-developments.

The traditional opening ceremony will take place on Saturday (3.07.), 11 o'clock, but many arrive already on Friday evening for the "get-together" event. If you are interested in accomodation, please contact ES6QC (es6qc[ät]erau.ee) - there are quite many options available this time!

CU in July!

ERAU Board

This year's championship is successfully held - many thanks for active participation! The deadline for the logs was 1st of May. 

Check the claimed results of the contest on the ES-Open web-page at: http://esopen.eu/

CU next year!

ERAU HF Committee
  

This year's ERAÜ Winter Day was held on February 6th as a webinar with about 100 participants joining us online. We herewith thank Viktor, ES2HV for a comprehensive overview of the logging software Log4OM and Ranko, 4O3A for introducing his latest developments in contest station automation.

These presentations can be followed here. Our special thanks also go to ES3VI, ES2VL and ES4RAO for the fluently functioning technical solution! Let's hope that the 24th Winter Day will enable us to meet also physically.

ERAÜ Board
We already have the final results of the NRAU-Baltic Contest 2021! The results can be seen at the specially designed web-site for NRAU-Baltic Contest (tnx to ES1TU!):
 
 
Congratulations to winners and many thanks to all participants!  

CU in NRAU-Baltic 2022,
 
LRAL HF Committee/ c/o ERAÜ
 

ERAÜ has published a comprehensive book on the history of Estonian amateur radio, titled "From morse key to mouse click. Time travel with Estonian radio amateurs". It gives a survey of our hobby from its start in the 1920-ies through the decades up to nowadays - 462 pages, full colour print with many photos, drawings and tables. The book is in Estonian language, but has an English summary at the end (on 7 pages). Written by Teolan Tomson (ES1AO) and Arvo Pihl (ES2MC). The book was presented at the Estonian summer camp on 14 August 2020.

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