Federația Română de Radioamatorism
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|Virgiliu Niculescu, YO7FT|
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The Federaţia Română de Radioamatorism (FRR) (in English, Romanian Federation of Amateur Radio) is a national non-profit organization for amateur radio enthusiasts in Romania. Key membership benefits of the FRR include the sponsorship of amateur radio operating awards, radio contests, and a QSL bureau for members who regularly communicate with amateur radio operators in other countries. FRR represents the interests of Romanian amateur radio operators before Romanian and international telecommunications regulatory authorities. FRR is the editor of "Radiocomunicaţii şi Radioamatorism" magazine. FRR is the national member society representing Romania in the International Amateur Radio Union.
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