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The first daily report in moving pictures is available. Steffen (DM6WAN) and his team reported on the cultural and historical highlights of Wittenberg. Afterwards, the WRTC was the focus of the reports: The briefings of the site managers, the antenna engineers and the takeover of the transport vehicles were the topics of the WRTC 2018.

Antenna assembly training The antenna engineers have finally been briefed by Andreas (DL5CW) on the assembly of the antennas and masts. Uli (DJ2YA) gave important notes on measurements with the antenna analyzer RigExpert AA-35 ZOOM. 

 

 

 

Robby (DM6DX) today took over 16 vans from the car rental SIXT. After a thorough briefing and safety instructions, the drivers drove to the WRTC logistics center. There, antennas, masts and other equipment were loaded. Tomorrow the construction phase of the 65 sites begins. 

A team of the TV Station MDR visited WRTC on Monday afternoon to prepare a report about the upcoming radio sport championship.Beatrix Heykeroth - reporter at MDR - and her team interviewed Ralf Theunert, DK1DSA. They filmed Ralf operating the station DA0WRTC in the HQ Hotel. 
Finally they took a shot on video of the already busy operation central. The report will be broadcasted on Thursday evening, 19:00, by MDR-Sachsen-Anhalt.

Foto: Marko Schoeneberg

A few days before the start of the amateur radio world championship, we had the opportunity to interview the mayor of Wittenberg, Jochen Kirchner.

Wittenberg will become in the next few days, the centre of organization for the amateur radio world championship and the location for especially important events such as the opening and award ceremonies. Many guests will get to know the "Lutherstadt" whether they are from Germany or abroad. What can you say about how this very special World Championship is perceived by the Wittenberg locals?
 

A look into the WRTC organisation office in the Luther Hotel indicates the size of the WRTC project. Around the long table sit the organisers and work from the ToDo lists. Plans are printed and materials sorted.

Direct communication in the central office provides quick solutions to many problems. The equipment there includes a multifunction printer, computer for weather observation, our own computer network and well-filled whiteboards which are used intensively.

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