Union of Swiss Short Wave Amateurs

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Union of Swiss Short Wave Amateurs
Uska logo.png
Abbreviation USKA
Type Non-profit organization
Purpose Advocacy, Education
Headquarters Lucerne, Switzerland
Region served
Switzerland
Official language
German, Italian, French
President
Daniel Kägi HB9IQY
Affiliations International Amateur Radio Union
Website http://www.uska.ch/

The Union of Swiss Short Wave Amateurs (in German, Union Schweizerischer Kurzwellen-Amateure, in Italian, Unione Radioamatori di Onde Corte Svizzeri, in French Union des Amateurs Suisses d'Ondes Courtes) is a national non-profit organization for amateur radio enthusiasts in Switzerland. The organization uses the German language acronym USKA. USKA is incorporated under Article 60 of the Swiss Civil Code and lists as its missions representing the interests of the amateur radio operators of Switzerland before national and international regulatory agencies, advancing the scientific art of radio, supporting emergency communications, and sponsoring contests.[1] USKA is the national member society representing Switzerland in the International Amateur Radio Union.[2]

Publications[edit]

The USKA has published a membership journal since 1932. From 1932 to 2007, the magazine was called old man. From 2008, the magazine has been published as HB Radio.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Union Schweizerischer Kurzwellen-Amateure (2008). "Ausschnitt aus den Statuten". Retrieved Aug. 1, 2008.
  2. ^ International Amateur Radio Union (2008). "Member Societies". Retrieved Aug. 1, 2008.