New Zealand's Society For Radio Amateurs-NZART
Founded in 1926, the New Zealand Association of Radio Transmitters (NZART), is recognised by the New Zealand Government as the official body representing New Zealand's radio amateurs. The MED seeks the view of NZART before making regulatory changes and representations to the ITU affecting the Amateur Service. Further details about NZART can be obtained from its web page at
There are several categories of NZART membership which include Transmitting and Non-Transmitting. Anyone interested in radio can join. YOU SHOULD JOIN TODAY Enquiries to email@example.com will bring details of the privileges of NZART Membership. Send your name and postal address and ask for membership information to be sent to you.
JOIN NZART, Membership has advantages
The Objectives of the NZART as stated in the NZART Constitution are:
The objects of the Association shall be the maintenance and expansion of the Amateur Service in New Zealand by:
- the encouragement of recruits into the Amateur Radio movement
- the provision of guidance and instruction in radio technique and operating
- the promotion organisation and conduct of activities on a national and a local basis to achieve high standards in the skills involved in Amateur Radio
- the publication of an Official Journal
- making known the merits of Amateur Radio in the community and nation
- representing the interests of Amateur Radio
- with the Administration responsible for radio services, and
- with other official authorities both national and international controlling conditions for Amateur Radio activities
- collaborating with the National Amateur Radio Societies of other countries in the interests of world progress in Amateur Radio
- taking any appropriate actions regarding the international regulations of radio, to safeguard Amateur Radio interests
- the organising and provision of communication services for the authorities as required
- co-operating with the amateur radio licensing authority in New Zealand by undertaking regulatory functions, whether through a subsidiary corporate body or otherwise
- taking such other action which in the opinion of the Executive Council is consistent with these objects.
NZART has been a member of IARU since 1929.