International League of Esperantist Radio Amateurs

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International League of Esperantist Radio Amateurs
Ilera logo.svg
Abbreviation ILERA
Formation 1970
Type Non-profit organization
Purpose Advocacy, Education
Membership
350
Official language
Esperanto
Affiliations Universala Esperanto-Asocio
Website https://web.archive.org/web/20110927015919/http://www.esperanto.org/internacia/ILERA/

The International League of Esperantist Radio Amateurs (Esperanto: Internacia Ligo de Esperantista Radioamatoroj, ILERA). It was founded in 1970. It organizes programs on the air using the Esperanto language. It publishes the ILERA-bulletin.

Every year in November ILERA organizes a contest.

In 2016 it occurs on nov. 19 + 20

Activities and practices[edit]

Likely frequencies for Esperanto conversations on the air are 1866, 3766, 7066, 14266, 28766 kHz for Voice (SSB), and 3640, 14166, 28266 kHz for CW, generally on weekends, according to Net Schedules published on the ILERA web site.

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