Amateur Radio Society Of India (ARSI)

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Amateur Radio Society of India (ARSI)


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AT15ØITU is a special event station (SES) commemorating 150 years of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). This callsign has been granted to the Amateur Radio Society of India (ARSI) by the Wireless Planning & Coordination (WPC) wing of the Ministry of Telecommunications & IT, Govt. of India for use by all members of ARSI.

Various VU radio amateurs will be signing AT15ØITU on air from April through December 2015 on all the HF bands on various modes.


QSL: All QSOs will be automatically confirmed electronically via ARRL's Logbook of The World (LoTW) and eQSL. A special QSL card will be printed later in the year (around July-August) and QSLs will be processed based on OQRS requests; snail mail via VU2CDP. VU stations must send a self-addressed stamped envelope.


Last Updated on Saturday, 30 May 2015 16:45

About ARSI

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The Amateur Radio Society of India (ARSI) is a non-profit public service organization, and is registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act.

ARSI is the national association for Amateur Radio Operators in India. ARSI is recognized internationally for representing Indian Amateur Radio activities in international fora.

The past president of ARSI VU2RCR R Ramachandra had the distinction of being the first Indian radio amateur to be elected a director of the International Amateur Radio Union Region3.

VU2GMN Gopal Madhavan was elected a director at the Bangalore Region 3 conference in 2006. He has been re-elected two times as the director of IARU Region 3, at Christchurch in 2009 and Ho Chi Minh City in 2012  where he was also was elected as Chairman of the board of directors of the IARU-R3. Each term is for three years.


Our Mission
To promote the general advancement and diffusion of knowledge of science and practice of Electronics and Radio Communication and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas on these subjects amongst its members. To serve the country at all times to the best of its ability and that of its members, by rendering service in maintaining essential communication in any type of emergency, national or international.

The society has a growing membership from all over India and several amateurs from other countries are also members.