Why the Monitoring System is of great importance
The role of the IARU Monitoring System (IARUMS) — monitoring the amateur bands to search and identify transmissions sent by intruders — is important because the amount of all kind of intruders is rapidly growing!
A number of national Monitoring Coordinators and volunteers have been watching our bands for many years. But more needs to be done to raise awareness of societies and countries where there no national monitoring team exists . Also, existing groups can still help by sharing detailed information worldwide with others. Monitoring is Teamwork!
For more information see the Monitoring System Page
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter March 2021 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter February 2021 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter January 2021 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter December 2020 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter November 2020 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter October 2020 Published
- New IARUMS R1 Vice-Coordinator
- New IARUMS R1 Coordinator
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter September 2020 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter August 2020 published
- Georg Kehl, DJ7KG — SK
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter July 2020 published
- New IARUMS Coordinator for Austria
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter June 2020 published
- IARUMS R1 Newsletter May 2020 published
- IARUMS R1 Monthly Newsletter April 2020 published
- IARUMS R1 Monthly Newsletter March 2020 published.
- IARUMS R1 Monthly Newsletter February 2020 published.
- IARUMS R1 Monthly Newsletter January 2020 published.
- Two national Coordinators resigned from the MS.
- New DARC Intruder watch Coordinator.
- Peter Jost, HB9CET: New IARUMS Coordinator R1
- Wolfgang Hadel, DK2OM retired as Coordinator of IARUMS R1
IARU Monitoring System Region 1 Coordinator: Gaspar Miró, EA6AMM.
IARU Monitoring System Region 1 Vice-Coordinator: Peter Jost, HB9CET.