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===TG51518===
 
===TG51518===
 
DX1ARM - Amateur Radio Movement Inc.
 
DX1ARM - Amateur Radio Movement Inc.
 
[[File:Dx1arm.jpg]]
 
  
 
'''ARMI''' Started out as a fun group consisting of stations mostly located in the central Metro Manila area, operating at 144.660 Mhz during the mid 80s. As some gained some exposure in the amateur community, they realized that they need to have licenses in order to operate their radio stations legally. And so they did. Thankfully, some of them passed and got their licenses. Eventually, with enough licensed friends around, they decided to join an amateur club. Back then, the most popular club was '''DX1CW'''. However, they were not open to new members and instead offered to help these newly licensed stations from their own club. Thus, the name '''Amateur Radio Movement, Inc'''.came about and got its SEC registration in December 1987. ARMI eventually applied for its NTC registration and has been awarded with the callsign '''DX1ARM''', having Ernie Chua DU1EBC as its first Club Trustee and Joe Dehitta as its first Club President.
 
'''ARMI''' Started out as a fun group consisting of stations mostly located in the central Metro Manila area, operating at 144.660 Mhz during the mid 80s. As some gained some exposure in the amateur community, they realized that they need to have licenses in order to operate their radio stations legally. And so they did. Thankfully, some of them passed and got their licenses. Eventually, with enough licensed friends around, they decided to join an amateur club. Back then, the most popular club was '''DX1CW'''. However, they were not open to new members and instead offered to help these newly licensed stations from their own club. Thus, the name '''Amateur Radio Movement, Inc'''.came about and got its SEC registration in December 1987. ARMI eventually applied for its NTC registration and has been awarded with the callsign '''DX1ARM''', having Ernie Chua DU1EBC as its first Club Trustee and Joe Dehitta as its first Club President.

Latest revision as of 01:00, 4 December 2019

DX1ARM (51518)
Dx1arm.jpg
Description Talkgroup of DX1ARM Club in the Philippines
Website https://qrz.com/db/dx1arm
Country Philippines
Reflector None
Bridged to
D-Star No Tetra No
P25 No Analog No
Wires-X No YSF Yes



TG51518

DX1ARM - Amateur Radio Movement Inc.

ARMI Started out as a fun group consisting of stations mostly located in the central Metro Manila area, operating at 144.660 Mhz during the mid 80s. As some gained some exposure in the amateur community, they realized that they need to have licenses in order to operate their radio stations legally. And so they did. Thankfully, some of them passed and got their licenses. Eventually, with enough licensed friends around, they decided to join an amateur club. Back then, the most popular club was DX1CW. However, they were not open to new members and instead offered to help these newly licensed stations from their own club. Thus, the name Amateur Radio Movement, Inc.came about and got its SEC registration in December 1987. ARMI eventually applied for its NTC registration and has been awarded with the callsign DX1ARM, having Ernie Chua DU1EBC as its first Club Trustee and Joe Dehitta as its first Club President.

TG51518[edit]

DX1ARM - Amateur Radio Movement Inc.

Dx1arm.jpg

ARMI Started out as a fun group consisting of stations mostly located in the central Metro Manila area, operating at 144.660 Mhz during the mid 80s. As some gained some exposure in the amateur community, they realized that they need to have licenses in order to operate their radio stations legally. And so they did. Thankfully, some of them passed and got their licenses. Eventually, with enough licensed friends around, they decided to join an amateur club. Back then, the most popular club was DX1CW. However, they were not open to new members and instead offered to help these newly licensed stations from their own club. Thus, the name Amateur Radio Movement, Inc.came about and got its SEC registration in December 1987. ARMI eventually applied for its NTC registration and has been awarded with the callsign DX1ARM, having Ernie Chua DU1EBC as its first Club Trustee and Joe Dehitta as its first Club President.