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2021 JANUARY 03 VK NATIONAL NEWS BROADCAST ON VK1WIA


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NATIONAL NEWS FOR WEEK COMMENCING JANUARY 3 2021
IN OUR 26th YEAR OF NON STOP NEWS

WIA SCERETARY PETER VK8ZZ

WIA DIRECTOR OSCAR VK3TX

THIS & MORE IN THIS EDITION OF NEWS FROM THE
WIRELESS INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA





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WIA AGM 2021

The Annual General Meeting of the Wireless Institute of
Australia will be held in May 2021.

The format of the event is still to be finalised but it is
likely to be a HYBRID event, with some actual participants
on site and others joining by video conference.

Members may also opt to watch the whole event on a streaming
service similar to what we did earlier this WIA year.

This has been WIA Director Peter VK8ZZ




Hi, this is Oscar VK3TX.

Did you worked a YOTA station in December?

For the Amateur Radio community, December was designated as
YOTA month. It is an annual initiative sponsored by
Youngsters on the Air that wants to demonstrate amateur radio
to youth to encourage them to get licenced, and for younger
radio amateurs, to get active on the ham bands.

All radio amateurs can support this effort by contacting
participating stations; an awards program is available for
those interested.

For more information visit

events.ham-yota.com/awards

This is Oscar VK3TX for WIA National News.

December's Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) Month activity has
exceeded its goal of making 100,000 contacts, but promoters
arent stopping there. With a few late logs to come in they
are encouraging a last-minute push to break 2020's world
contact record of nearly 129,000.


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INTERNATIONAL NEWS With thanks to IARU, RSGB, SARL, Southgate
AR Club, ARRL, RAC, NZART AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE & the
World Wide sources of the WIA.


CHINA'S RADIOTELESCOPE WELCOMES THE WORLD

With the Arecibo Observatory gone following its collapse,
China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope, or
'FAST', is opening its doors to the world's astronomers.
FAST is the world's largest radio telescope, taking that status
from Arecibo after its construction was completed in 2016.

According to the French news agency AFP, China's giant
telescope is giving the international community of astronomers
access to its antennas and radio receivers so they can study
radio waves emitted from black holes, galaxies and stars and
even transmit and reflect signals to see what bounces back.





EUROPE

People purchasing new passenger vehicles across Europe will
be able to benefit from the advantages of digital radio,
greater choice, clearer audio and enhanced data services.

Any car radio receiver integrated in a new vehicle which is
made available on the market for sale or rent in the Union
from 21 December 2020 shall comprise a receiver capable of
receiving and reproducing at least radio services provided
via digital terrestrial radio broadcasting.

The regulation applies to all EU member states regardless
of the status of DAB or DAB+ in each country.

worlddab.org/news




Will the new year bring Europe its own system of low-earth
orbit satellites? Ralph Squillace KK6ITB explores that
possibility in a report from Amateur Radio Magazine.

With 2021 underway, officials in a number of European Union
nations will begin a feasibility study for a constellation of
low-earth orbit satellites similar to the Starlink project
under way by SpaceX. Europe's version of the U.S. satellite
constellation is envisioned as being able to give people in
isolated areas access to the internet and permit more secure
communications for governments. It would reportedly cost
6 billion euros.

The development could lead to a rivalry in space broadband
coverage as SpaceX's own beta version is said to begin
service to Europe by February or March of 2021.





UK (sans EU)

Ofcom the UK regulator has confirmed its decision to amend
regulations regarding the use of 24 GHz short range radar
equipment in vehicles.

Short range radar equipment includes blind spot and collision
radars and other driving assistance technology, some of which
relies on spectrum.

The Wireless Telegraphy (Automotive Short Range Radar)
(Exemption) Regulations 2013 allow certain SRRs in cars to be
used in the 24 GHz band without the need for a spectrum
licence. OFCOM have amended the regulations, so that these
licence exemptions continue to apply in the UK after the end
of the transition period in the Withdrawal Agreement between
the UK and the European Union WHICH WAS 11pm 31 December 2020.

tinyurl.com/ydfcdpfr




USA

AM transmitter sites sold for logistics

Since 2000 nearly 400 AM radio stations have ceased operations
in the US. Transport Topics says the transmitter sites are
now valuable real estate for the logistics industry

The report says:

The familiar real estate adage location, location, location
rings true these days for huge tracts on the outskirts of
major cities sites that for decades housed huge AM radio
towers but that today command top dollar as e-commerce fuels
rising demand for new warehouses and logistics centres.

Look no further than the $51 million sale of a five-acre
parcel in Queens, N.Y., where WFME AM radio station will
eventually abandon its existing tower and transmitter site,
and move it.

Prologis, a San Francisco developer that specializes in
building warehouses for companies looking to expand
final-mile capability is reputed to have been the purchaser.

tinyurl.com/y9td7e2e


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HAM RADIO OPERATIONAL NEWS - IT'S A CONTACT SPORT

The 2021 ARRL RTTY Roundup on January 2 3 features two new
multioperator categories: multi-two and multi-multi.

Since M2 and MM are new categories, there are no existing
records, so the high scores for these categories will,
by default, become the new records.

Rules at the link we like on this weeks text edition of
WIA National News

contests.arrl.org/ContestRules/RTTY-RU-Rules.pdf

ARRL's RTTY Roundup is a good 'warm-up' for the
CQ World Wide RTTY WPX Contest in 6 weeks time.



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Ross Hull Memorial VHF/UHF Contest takes place ALL of
January

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VHF-UHF SUMMER FIELD DAY - Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 January.

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CQWW 160M CW CONTEST January 29 - 31.

CQWW 160M SSB CONTEST February 26 - 28.

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CQ World Wide RTTY WPX Contest February 13-14

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International DX CW Contest February 20-21

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International DX Phone Contest March 6 - 7

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WIA John Moyle Field Day 2021
March from UTC 0100 on Saturday 20 to 0059 Sunday 21nd.

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the CQ World Wide SSB WPX Contest March 27-28

the CQ World Wide CW WPX Contest May 29-30

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April 25 AM / CW ANZAC Day, Mon 25th from 9am on 7125kHz AM.

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Harry Angel Sprint will be May First 2021. 10:00 - 11:46 UTC.

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The VK SHIRES the June long weekend, which is the weekend
prior to the second Monday of June each year.. making it
June 12-13 in 2021
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WINTER VHF-UHF Field Days - June 26 - 27

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IARU HF World Championship July 10-11


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TRANS TASMAN LOWBAND CONTEST

Next contest - JUL 17 2021 - and has the aim of encouraging
Low Band activity between VK and ZL on 160 80 and 40M using
SSB, CW and RTTY OR PSK

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RD or Remembrance Day Contest will be August 14-15.

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ALARA CONTEST

A Combined phone and CW run over 24 hours starting on
Saturday 28th August at 0600 hours UTC finishing
Sunday 29th August at 0559 hours UTC

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OCEANA CONTEST

VOICE from 0800 UTC Saturday 2 October to
0800 UTC Sunday October 3

CW from 0800 UTC Saturday 9 October to
0800 UTC Sunday October 10


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SPRING VHF - UHF FIELD DAYS November 27-28

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December 4-5 160 Meter WW

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DECEMBER 11 - 12 10 Mtr World Wide

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DX WINDOW JANUARY 2021
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Special event station HF 2021 HNY Poland now till January 10
celebrates the New Year, hence the suffix HNY.

Members of the "Enigma" club SP 2 PBM are operating.

Send QSLs to SP2PBM by the bureau.

(sourced to ARNewsLine)

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ROTUMA, 3D2.

Tony QRV as 3D2AG/p until mid-January on 160 to 6 meters,
including 60 meters, using CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8.

QSL direct to 3D2AG.

(arrl)

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NETHERLANDS

With the passing of Edward Lodewijk Van Halen, legendary
guitarist of the band Van Halen, October 6th 2020, a special
tribute event station is on air as PA 5 1 5 0 EVH until
January 31st 2021, a few days after Eddie's birthday.

The numbers 5,1,5,0 refer to different moments in the
Van Halen history, including Eddie's recording studio,
guitars and the first album with lead singer Sammy Hager.

QSL via PF 1 SCT by the Bureau and there will be a limited
amount of special QSL cards; BUT QSL only via the Bureau.

For more details and a video, see QRZ.com

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PORTUGAL, CT.

CQ 750 RSI throughout 2021 commemorates the 750th anniversary
of the birth of Elizabeth of Aragon, the queen consort of
Portugal and patron saint of their city of Coimbra.

QSL to home call CT 7 AQD.

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Time to 'open the Madeira'

Madeira Island operation

Active will be CT9/DD 8 ZX and CT9/DJ 9 KM from Madeira
Island (AF-014) which is an autonomous region of Portugal,
comprising 4 islands off to the northwest of Casablanca and
Marrakesh North Africa.

Between February 27th and March 6th depending on the Covid-19
situation) their activity will be holiday style on 40-10
meters using mostly the Digital modes (FT8 and RTTY).

QSL via their home callsigns, by the Bureau, direct or LoTW

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Antarctica operation

Alexei is active as RI 01 ANT from Antarctica until
May the 30th from Russian Progress and Vostok Base stations
on 40 meters and higher using CW and FT8.

QSL via RX6A.

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BELGIUM

Special call signs in Belgium during the second lockdown
period i.e. until January 31, 2021


B.I.P.T. has decided to once again grant permission to apply
for customised special call signs. The exceptional conditions
only apply to special call signs with an encouraging meaning.

Listen and work these

OS 2HOPE, OT 5 ALIVE, OQ 5 BECLEVER and OT 2CARE.

(SouthGate)

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SLOVENIA, S5.

Members of the Radio Club Elektron Brezice are QRV with
special event station S 520 SAFE until January 31, 2021
supports the STAY SAFE campaign and expresses their gratitude
to medical staff and care workers.

QSL direct to S 56 IPS.

(arrl)




AWARDS

"Elettra - The Miracle Ship" is an international amateur
radio award organized by A.R.I. Fidenza, a Italian Radio Club
affiliated to the Italian Amateur Radio League with the
sponsorship and the historical consultancy and supervision
of "Guglielmo Marconi Foundation" and "Marconi Museum" .

Just think of when the great scientist, from the radio room
of the Elettra, anchored in the port of Genoa, turned on the
lights of the Sydney Town Hall, on the other side of the
planet, using a radio signal.

It is no coincidence, therefore, that the poet
Gabriele D'Annunzio defined Elettra
"White ship that sails in the miracle and animates
the silences of the world."

The award period lasts the whole year 2021:

Each month of 2021 is dedicated to one specific event
concerning "Elettra"ship and is associated to a
different special callsign.

arifidenza.it

(SouthGate)


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WORLD WIDE SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP NEWS

ARDF
WIA ARDF COORDINATOR VK3WWW Jack vk3www@wia.org.au
users.mackay.net.au/~ron/
homingin.com
ardf.org.au

ARDF or 'Fox hunting ' with software-defined radio

A favourite pastime in the ham radio community is where radio
operators attempt to triangulate the position of a radio
transmission.

While it may have required a large amount of expensive
equipment in the past, like most ham radio operations the
advent of software-defined radio has helped revolutionize
this aspect of the hobby as well.

Aaron on Hackaday shows us how to make use of SDR for
direction finding using his custom SDR-based Linux distribution
called DragonOS. This includes implementation of a
software package called DF-Aggregator. The software, along
with the rest of DragonOS, is loaded onto a set of networked
Raspberry Pi's. The networked computers can communicate
information about the radio waves they receive, and make
direction finding another capable feature.

Aaron has a few videos showing the process of setting this up
and using it, and all of the software is available for
attempting something like this on your own.

hackaday.com/2020/12/26/fox-hunting-with-software-defined-radio

(SouthGate)




WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - ASTRONOMICAL

SpaceAusScope team listen to the galaxy

We here in the great southern land have always had a
reputation for astronomy. It is a great site low in the
Southern hemisphere and there are lots of sparsely inhabited
areas free from light and radio interference. Some of the
first video from the Apollo 11 landing, for example, came in
from the dish that large radio telescope at Parkes,
remember our AGM there?

Australian hobbyists have formed a group, SpaceAusScope,
where teams across Australia are building radio telescopes
with the plan which has been delayed by the pandemic of
collecting data and providing it for public analysis.

Hackaday says that a secondary goal of the group is to provide
better documentation for amateur radio telescope builders.

tinyurl.com/yc9bmydk

(Sourced to SouthGate)




WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS ATV (Every pixel tells a story) -

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WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - FINAL FRONTIER
AMSAT-VK Secretary - secretary@amsat-vk.org

Hams and everyday people on a small Indian Island east of
Reunion and Madagascar islands are getting ready for
something rather different, and special.

The first CubeSat from Mauritius, MIR-SAT1, is almost on
the launch pad. It carries an amateur radio digipeater and is
expected to launch to the ISS in February for deployment in
May/June but already Mauritian students are able to pick up
signals from about another 100 satellites in low orbit around
the earth as they prepare for their very own, to be known
far and wide as MIR-SAT1.

Young people, from five universities and 12 high schools,
participated in a workshop organized by the Mauritius Research
and Innovation Council from November 30 to December 4, 2020 at
Forest Side State Secondary School

Mauritius was awarded the opportunity to build and deploy,
a 1U Cube Satellite through the International Space Station
by JAXA and deployed from the Japanese Experiment Module

The first 1U Mauritian nanosatellite, MIR-SAT1 which stands
for Mauritius Imagery and Radio Satellite 1, was designed
by Mauritian Engineers and an experienced Radio Amateur
from the Mauritius Amateur Radio Society.

tinyurl.com/y7jbz5p3

(SouthGate)




SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - LOW DOWN

Austria receives a 630M AND 60m present.

Claus, OE6CLD, the HF Manager of the Austrian National
Amateur Radio Society, OeVSV, informs us that the Austrian
regulator, BMVIT, has granted access to the 630 and 60m
and 630m bands for all CEPT Class 1 licensees.

It took some time (3 years) but we just got a nice
present from the Austrian BMVIT.

630m is the MF Secondary Allocation from the previous WRC-12
of 472 479 kHz at 1W EIRP

60m or 5 MHz is the WRC-15 Amateur Secondary Allocation of
5351.5 5366.5 kHz at 15W EIRP (5.133B)

oevsv.at/home/




WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP --- POLICE
iparc.nl
iparc.de

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the International Police
Association Radio Club (IPARC) of Switzerland, look for
special event station HB 40 POLICE to be active between
January and December 31st, 2021.

This Swiss special event is on 160 - 6 meters, and frequently
on VHF, UHF and SHF for the locals.

You CAN set a sked please contact Roland, HB9GSO.

QSL via the Bureau or eQSL.

A QSO with HB 40 POLICE counts as a club callsign for the
IPARC Switzerland and is valid for the Matterhorn Award.

(sourced to SouthGate)




WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS --- RADIO AMATEUR OLD-TIMERS
raotc.org.au

Hallo everyone, this is Clive VK6CSW reminding listeners that
there is no RAOTC broadcast tomorrow.

The first bulletin for 2021 goes to air on Monday February 1st.

Meanwhile, web-page coordinator Andrew VK3CAH has updated the
Broadcast Schedule and Calendar of Events webpages. The
broadcast schedule contains full details of all HF, VHF, UHF,
DMR, D-Star and EchoLink transmissions for all of Australia,
while the Calendar of Events lists dates and times for
Broadcasts, Committee Meetings, the AGM, and luncheon dates
and times for Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide. Well worth a
look. Simply Goggle RAOTC and follow the links.

On behalf of the RAOTC, I wish everyone a truly happy,
safe and healthy New Year and dont forget that the first
RAOTC bulletin for 2021 goes to air on February 1st.

73 from Clive VK6CSW.




WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS --- RESCUE RADIO

IARU REGION 3
Emergency Centre of Activity (CoA) frequencies
3.600, 7.110, 14.300, 18.160 and 21.360 MHz


Region 1 3760 7110 14300 18160 21360 kHz

Region 2 3750 3985 7060 7240 7275 14300 18160 21360 kHz

ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service volunteers were quick on
the scene in the aftermath of that apparently intentional
explosion early on Christmas morning in downtown Nashville.
The blast disrupted telecommunication systems, as the
explosion occurred in front of an AT&T switching facility.

ARRL Vice Director and Williamson County Emergency Coordinator
Ed Hudgens, WB4RHQ, is monitoring the situation and says.
Here in Nashville and the surrounding counties things are a
bit of a mess still. The explosion did a lot more damage than
was originally thought. AT&T now has about 30 mobile cell units
deployed throughout the area.

The hams are holding a continuous net on a five-repeater linked
system to assist as needed. We are relaying news updates from
AT&T and county governments and assisting callers on AT&T to
implement wireless calling on their phones. In the future we
may start taking traffic and routing it to the state nets.
The monitoring net on the linked system will remain up until
AT&T systems begin to come back online, he added.

(sourced to qrznow.com)


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THE QNEWS WORK BENCH - the nuts and volts report
Measure Twice cut Once.

Today on the bench a new Wi-Fi

Let's check out Wi-Fi 6 and the 6-GHz band.

It's important not to confuse Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi in the 6-GHz
band as these are two separate, but interconnected, topics.

Wi-Fi 6 is the Wi-Fi Alliances new consumer-friendly name
for the IEEE 802.11ax standard.

The 802.11ac standard has also been renamed Wi-Fi 5;

802.11n is now Wi-Fi 4.

The purpose of this new naming scheme is to make it easier
for we mere mortals to identify device generations without
remembering the complex 802.11 alphabet soup.

So again Wi-Fi 6 signifies the 802.11ax standard.

Now The Band Plays On. - the 6 GHz band that is

The introduction of the 6-GHz band for Wi-Fi use provides
instant gratification for all Wi-Fi 6 users. With enough
spectrum to safely deploy 80-MHz or 160-MHz-wide channels
and green-field deployments alleviating concerns of
backward compatibility, the 6-GHz frequency band could
become the VIP Lounge for Wi-Fi 6 users, where high throughput
rates and congestion-free network access can be instantly
achieved.

The 6-GHz frequency band, also called mid-band spectrum,
spans 5.925 GHz to 7.125 GHz and is divided into four bands.

All in all, Wi-Fi in the 6-GHz band means instant performance
increases for Wi-Fi 6 users. While there are still interference
issues to be resolved, opening up 6-GHz frequency bands for
Wi-Fi seems to be the move to ensure this widely used
wireless technology can deliver the performance needed for
future applications and networks.


( testandmeasurementtips.com )

BTW Wi-Fi 6 is ready for carrier network deployment

The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has announced the
conclusion of five trial deployments of Wi-Fi 6 across
diverse markets, showing that with wider channels up to
160 MHz and capacity up to 9.6 Gbps it can enable data rates
nearly three times faster than Wi-Fi 5.

Read more:
tinyurl.com/y2cxot3z

(criticalcomms.com.au)


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2020 Social Scene


KEEP ONE WAVELENGTH AWAY AT 144 Megacycles
#2MetersMatters



Due to the COVID-19 situation, please check these events'
direct for up-to-date status information and even without
Covid dates have an uncanny knack of being changed at last
moment.




VK4 - TARC Australia Day Long Week Family Radio Camp
Thursday afternoon 21st to Tuesday afternoon 26th
January at Girl Guides Association of Queensland
Campsite and Training Centre Bluewater. (vk4zz)

VK4 - A WICEN event at the Ipswich and District Radio
Clubhouse. Operators will setup and demonstrate
portable and base stations with portable masts,
antennas and more. February 13 between 1000 and 1400
hours (vk4hit)

VK2 - WYONG FIELD DAY February 28 ( vk4zz)

VK3 - EMDRC HamFest - March 28th 10am (vk3bq)

VK4 - REDFEST 2021 April Ten (vk4tfn)

VK - ALARAMEET 2021 Bendigo VK3 October 1 - 4 (vk5yl)

VK3 - ROSEBUD RadioFest by SPARC 9:30am Nov 14 (vk3pdg)




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