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F4BXW1VINCENT GRIMALDI F4BXW1
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HB9MHBRUDOLF WUETHRICH HB9MHB
K2MOANTHONY G BOMBARDIERE K2MO
K3UKANDREW J O'BRIEN K3UK
K6DLCDANIEL L CURRY K6DLC
KA3VMERaymond F Olszewski KA3VME
KB3JAJWilliam H Browne Jr KB3JAJ
KB5WLEE E LIGON KB5W
KD0JKMMarcus M Kessler KD0JKM
KD2ROJOSEPH R SYLVESTER KD2RO
KE6IYCBRIAN L GIERYK KE6IYC
KI6EZARichard S Johnson KI6EZA
KI6EZA1Richard S Johnson KI6EZA1
KJ4AYTKurt M Stephens KJ4AYT
KJ4YLPDANIEL W DAVIS KJ4YLP
KK7IFDUDLEY F EMER KK7IF
KQ6XABonnie Crystal KQ6XA
KR4KGUS K LOTT JR KR4K
LZ1XMAnton Petkov LZ1XM
M1DFOALASTER BRUCE M1DFO
N0KQXDale E Urban N0KQX
N2CKHSTEPHEN B HAJDUCEK N2CKH
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N3CKFJOSEPH C PISTRITTO N3CKF
N3ZX1Stephen M Zelenko N3ZX
NH7YSTad T Miura NH7YS
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NT0AROBERT M WILSON NT0A
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VE7OIJean-Claude Daehler VE7OI
VK4AMCDoug McDonald VK4AMC
VK4EAPeter Schrader VK4EA
VK4RCREDCLIFFE & DISTRICTS RADIO CLUB INC VK4RC
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W7BESKENNETH E JOHNSON W7BES
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WB6MZSMICHAEL M SINKEWITSCH JR WB6MZS
WB6RQNBrian P Lloyd WB6RQN
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HF Selcall CCIR 493-4 Australian Type 

 
BACKGROUND

ALE was originally an expensive system for government services, but recent innovations in digital technology have brought the cost way down. The first organized amateur radio ALE nets began in 2001, corresponding with the release of the free PC-ALE software controller for ham radios. Several years of development by the 4600+ member HFLINK organization adapted ALE to be a ham-friendly, interference-free system. In 2007, the internet- connected HFN network went into full scale 24-hour service. HFN rapidly expanded to cover large areas of the earth, and it has become the prime framework for ham radio operations using the global standard ALE system. In keeping with its roots, ham radio ALE still maintains compatibility and interoperability with goverment ALE radios, many of which are also available now on the surplus market and being used by hams. Nearly every major HF SSB radio manufacturer in the world is now marketing an ALE radio.



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HF Interoperability Exercise
International ham radio HF Interoperability Exercise sponsored by HFLINK and HFN.

Non-governmental and government organizations worldwide use interoperable HF communications. This Interoperability Exercise (HFIE) covers standard ALE (Automatic Link Establishment), NALE (Non-Automatic Link Establishment and SELCALL (HF Selective Calling). 


Ham operators are invited to participate at any time during the 10 days of this free and open informal exercise. Operators get real-world experience and become proficient in HF Interoperability communications. They initiate and respond to ALE calls, link up with fellow operators for text or SSB voice QSOs on HF, and share helpful information about setting up ALE stations.


Join the growing thousands of amateur radio operators worldwide with ALE-capable stations. Participants discuss, learn, and ask questions using the
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