This year's Estonian radio amateurs' summer camp will be held at Torupilli talu (ES6-area, Valgamaa) in the middle of July: 14.-16.07.2023.

The traditional opening ceremony will take place on Saturday (15.07.), 11 o'clock, but many arrive already on Friday evening for the "get-together" event. The exact agenda of the meeting will be published later. Accomodation options this time are unfortunately very limited, so you are kindly asked to count on your own caravans or tents, but there are a few B&B sites not too far also. 

CU in July!

ERAU Board

We herewith inform, that due to the continuous Russian invasion in Ukraine ERAÜ has decided to cancel also the 2023 ES OPEN HF CHAMPIONSHIP on April 15th. We are hoping for the restoration of peace in Eastern Europe soon that would allow us to invite you to participate in ES OPEN in 2024!

ERAÜ Board and HF Committee

This year's ERAÜ Winter Day was successfully held on February 4th in Tallinn, at the Tallinn Polytechnical College. 67 participants in the hall and over 80 via internet got useful knowledge and hints on various topics - from remote station built-up to running WSJT together with N1MM in contest mode. We were also lucky to have Alex, UT5UY talking about their DXpedition to the "edge of the world", Tokelau islands in 2019. The presentations can be seen here, videos will be published soon also!  
Many thanks to all who contributed and CU next year! 

ERAÜ Board
We now can present the final results of the NRAU-Baltic Contest 2023! 
Congratulations to winners and many thanks to all participants! Let's hope for more activity next year! 
SRAL HF Committee

ERAÜ has published a comprehensive book on the history of Estonian amateur radio, titled "From morse key to mouse click. Time travel with Estonian radio amateurs". It gives a survey of our hobby from its start in the 1920-ies through the decades up to nowadays - 462 pages, full colour print with many photos, drawings and tables. The book is in Estonian language, but has an English summary at the end (on 7 pages). Written by Teolan Tomson (ES1AO) and Arvo Pihl (ES2MC). The book was presented at the Estonian summer camp on 14 August 2020.

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