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Nous voulons intéresser les jeunes pour les sciences, la technologie et la radio
Wir wollen die Jugend für die Wissenschaft, die Technik und den Amateurfunk interessieren
We want to interest young people in sciences, technology and radio
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"Clin d'Ailes"
Swiss Air Force Museum
HAM Radio Club
Payerne - Switzerland
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Activities - Operation ARISS 2012 - Our partners

The following partners have greatly helped and supported us in carrying out our ARISS 2012 operation:

ARISS Europe, and especially its president in 2012, Gaston Bertels, ON4WF

ESA and astronaut André Kuipers aboard the ISS during the PromISS Mission

"Clin d'Ailes" Swiss Air Force Museum

Our ARISS events take place in this museum, with which our club is directly linked

MétéoSuisse - Radio Soundings

Where did the data come from for the weather forecast? The MeteoSwiss site will teach you this.

The Training Center of the Air Base Payerne, CFBAP

The center trains young men and women of Swiss nationality in four years as electronics technicians and polymechanicians.


The amateur radio service offers a huge range of possibilities. Therefore, it is not surprising that we find in our ranks great TV specialists.

SwissATV has a large number of relays that allow broadcasts to France and Germany.


APRS is the acronym for Automatic Packet (also Position) Reporting System or automatic packet transmission system.

APRS is a special form of packet radio (data transmission in data packets).

he system was developed in 1992 by radio amateur Bob Bruninga (WB4APR) and offers interesting possibilities, for example. tracking vehicles, balloons, etc.

HAM Radio :
Amateur Radio is „Communications Superpower".
The Radio Amateurs are the eyes and the ears of the
world in time when all other information channels are silent.

(Kristalina Georgieva, EU-Commissioner)
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