Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores

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Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores
Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores (logo).png
Abbreviation FMRE
Formation 1932[1]
Type Non-profit organization
Purpose Advocacy, Education
Location
Region served
Mexico
Official language
Spanish
President
Victor D. Pinilla Morán XE1VP
Affiliations International Amateur Radio Union
Website http://www.fmre.mx/

The Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores, A.C. (FMRE) (in English, literally Mexican Federation of Radio Experimenters) is a national non-profit organization for amateur radio enthusiasts in Mexico. Key membership benefits of the organization include QSL bureau services, the promotion and sponsorship of radio contests and operating awards, and an organization dedicated to emergency communications. FMRE promotes amateur radio by organizing classes and technical support to help enthusiasts earn their amateur radio license. Members receive a bimonthly magazine published by the organization, Onda corta. The FMRE also represents the interests of Mexican amateur radio operators before Mexican and international telecommunications regulatory authorities.[2] FMRE is the national member society representing Mexico in the International Amateur Radio Union.[3]

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  1. ^ Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores (2008) Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores official web site. Retrieved Oct. 29, 2010.
  2. ^ Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores (2008). "Convocatoria". Retrieved Aug. 4, 2008.
  3. ^ International Amateur Radio Union (2008). "Member Societies". Retrieved Aug. 1, 2008.