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It's our pleasure to announce a Special Event Station in the Nijmegen region, South-East Netherlands, celebrating the 100th edition of the famous and internationally well-known event Four Days Marches.

The Four Days Marches are a walking achievement event for four consecutive days, in which annually 42,000 walkers are participating. On those days, people from all over the world come to Nijmegen to walk in and around the city and its beautiful wooded surroundings.

Thousands of spectators are cheering on the walkers along the route every day. After four days of walking a glorious entry along the Via Gladiola awaits the walker followed by receiving their well-deserved Four Days Medal.

Special event station PA100FDM will be active during 28 days from June 28th to July 26th 2016 and is made possible by several amateur radio operators from the region.


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100 Four Days Marches

VERON - Nijmegen

The "Vereniging voor Experimenteel Radio Onderzoek Nederland" (VERON), founded in 1945, is a Dutch recognised national society for amateur radio operators. VERON is the Dutch section of Region I of the "International Amateur Radio Union" (IARU).

VERON is a society with nearly 8,000 members in 2015, organised in 64 branches in The Netherlands.

VERON, Branch Nijmegen (A35), is the initiator of Special Event Station PA100FDM. Learn more about VERON, branche Nijmegen.

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Meet the HAM Radio operators and volunteers from the Nijmegen region involved in Special Event Station PA100FDM.

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The station consists of one primary station and several secondary VHF/UHF stations. The secondary stations will be active during the actual four days of the Four Days Marches.

The actual locations and working frequencies of the secondary stations and the transponder relays are on the Station Locations page.

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