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II1ICS partecipate in march to the annual award of the "Coastal Radio stations of the Italian Navy" and, in april,to the "Maritime Radio day" to remember the past of wireless and the wireless operators world wide. A.R.M.I. number is MI 450

After WW2 on the hill overlooking the city of La Spezia was installed a new Coastal Radio Station to serve the sea-shore communications with the ships of the Italian Navy, sailing from the Navy Base in La Spezia,and to perform the service of safety at sea. The call sign was "ICS".

In 1997, after 50 years of duty, the station was closed and new technologies took place.

Few years later the site and the premisis became the "Campus" of the University of La Spezia dedicated to Guglielmo Marconi.

In 2007 took place an event to remember the old "ICS", the genius of Marconi, and the call sign II1ICS went on the air.

II1ICS partecipa nel mese di marzo al diploma delle "Stazioni Radio Costiere della Marina Militare" e in aprile al "Maritime Radio Day" per ricordare il passato della radiotelegrafia e i radiotelegrafisti di tutto il momdo.

Dopo la seconda guerra mondiale, sulla collina sovrastante la città della Spezia fu costruita una nuova stazione radio costiera per espletare il servizio di comunicazione con le unità della Marina che salpavano dalla Base navale della Spezia e per il servizio di sicurezza della navigazione. Il nominativo della stazione era "ICS".

Nel 1997, dopo 50 anni di servizio, la stazione radio fu chiusa e nuove tecnologie ne presero il posto.

Pochi anni dopo il sito e gli edifici furono adibiti a sede dell'Università della Spezia, dedicata a Guglielmo Marconi.

Nel 2007 ha avuto luogo una manifestazione per ricordare la vecchia "ICS", il genio di Marconi, e il nominativo II1ICS uscì in aria per la prima volta.

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