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MRSF Brief history
Central Radio Club began in Mongolia in 1958. The main goal of the Central Radio Club was to prepare radio operators to serve in the Mongolian Army. Since that time, the club was introduced to the public using a variety of radio techniques, amateur radio and high speed telegraphy. The first high speed telegraphy class was established by Russian specialist Juravnitsky Kazmer Nikolaevich and was furnished with equipment from the Soviet Union.
One year prior to the beginnings of the Central Radio Club, September 3rd of 1957 Czechoslovakian Embassy’s communication operator Klauchik L, OK1KW very first time operated on HF from Mongolian People's Republic using callsign - JT1AA. Later in 1960, our Central Club station started operating as JT1KAA and Mr. Dambii D, as a private operator JT1AG. UW3DI type handmade transceivers were a popular transmitter and receiver among Mongolian HAM radio operators until 1990’s. They made their own UW3DI type transceiver and operated it on HF bands.
In November 1958, the first HST team successfully participated in an International Tournament that was held among Socialist countries. Team members were: Demberelsambuu K, Purev S, Yondon D and Suren Ch, JT1AH, who was the first lady HAM radio operator in the country.
In 1962, the first HST Championship of Mongolia was held and Tuul H won the Gold medal and became an Eldest Champion of our country. Since then, the Championship of HST became a regular Event in the Country.
In 1973, the first ARDF team participated in the International Competition among youth in Czechoslovakia and Dashtseren. D won the Bronze medal in his category. ARDF is one of the most widely developed sports in Mongolia and our team regularly participates in International Events. Munkhdelgereh E, Ganbaatar E, Ariunaa A and Khaliunaa A have been Champions on multiple occasions in Asia.
Since it’s beginning, MRSF has continued to represent Mongolia to the IARU.