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This is Chris Dimitrijevic VK3FY on behalf of the Board of Wireless Institute of Australia for VK1WIA National News.
1. Technical Advisory Position Vaccines
2. Vacant Positions
3. Intruder Watch Coordinator
The Wireless Institute of Australia has several vacancies for technical advisers on the Spectrum Strategy Committee for specialist digital modes. The Board are keen to hear from individual members that have appropriate expertise in these specialist areas.
Technical Adviser P25
Technical Adviser Echolink
Technical Adviser AllStar
Technical Adviser Satellites
The Board have endorsed the following members to the Technical Advisory Committee:-
Technical Adviser DATV Peter Cossins VK3BFG
The Board are also seeking expressions of interest for individual members to fill the following important positions:-
Contest Manager for the Ross Hull Memorial VHF / UHF Contest (Marathon)
Co-ordination of the Technical Advisory Sub-Committee (TAC)
Coordinator of the Youth on the Air (YOTA)
Regulatory Counsel of the WIA Regulatory Liaison Group
The Board as also looking for an individual or a club to take on the role of Intruder Watch Coordinator.
Expressions of interest for any of these positions should be forwarded to the WIA Secretary.
This has been Chris VK3FY on behalf of the Board of the Wireless Institute of Australia for VK1WIA National News.
REAST IN VK7
August Presentation Night - WIA Q&A with VK4EA
Our August presentation night will see a casual information and
question & answer session with WIA Director, Peter Schrader VK4EA.
Are you a WIA member or have considered becoming a WIA member and
wanted to ask questions of someone in the know to clarify those
This is the evening for you!
Peter has agreed to take us through and outline the WIA - structure,
current directors, governance, involvement with the IARU and ITU.
Also outline the services that the WIA provides to members and
affiliated clubs including Public Liability Insurance - attendance at
the World Radio Conferences, AR Magazine and much more.
Peter will also run through current consultations with ACMA including
the move to the Class Licence, Assessments changes (August Consult
Paper), Repeaters RALI, and more.
We will be opening it up for questions, comments, etc
We will be going out on RF and Streaming on the REAST YouTube
A huge thank you to Peter for agreeing to make himself available.
73, REAST Committee
This is Roger Harrison VK2ZRH, Editor in Chief of Amateur Radio
Heres the juice, freshly squeezed.
Last Monday, the files for Issue Number 4 of AR magazine were
uploaded to the printer's server in Bairnsdale, Victoria. Look out
for it landing in your letterbox, your Post Office Box, or your local
newsagency from about Thursday next week.
The theme for the issue is Promoting your club and ham radio.
BUT before I go there. You may be aware of the news about what the
ACMA is up to. Or, going to be up to.
So? The ACMA is to do what?
Its taking back exams and call signs. You heard me. Theyre going
back to the future. Accredited Assessors across the nation have all
been appraised of the general details by the ACMA. In our Regulatory
Update notice the return to formality here WIA Past President,
Phil Wait VK2ASD, details where this has all come from, what has just
happened . . and . . you can read what he has to say about the
future. Accompanying that, WIA Statistician Marc Hillman VK3OHM
spells out Assessments, a fact check. That will put to bed some
speculation. Another must read.
Moving on . .
The OTHER news is that, from this issue, we launch a new column for
young people 25 years of age and below. Alec Cherry VK2APC heard
on these broadcasts regularly has been recruited to submit articles
for each issue of the magazine. The objective is to have a young
persons voice in the magazine.
Back to this issues theme of promotion.
The hobby is dying . . said Handiham . . before the year is out . .
Lets not go there. That bit of verse was back in Issue 2. Theres a
big role for ham radio clubs to play here. So, what to do? That is
the question. Well, putting yourself out there can be easier than
first appears, given a few tips on how to do it and how its done.
Arch promoter Richard Murnane VK2SKY says we keep ham radio a bit a
secret. Richard has a trove of tips and techniques to share.
On top of that, we have a couple of what are called in the trade
The Ballarat Amateur Radio Group says getting attention in the local
media is there for the taking so, grab it! Club President,
Ben Daniel VK3NRD, lays out how they did it. And for those who think
that promoting ham radio at a museum might send the wrong message
think again. Carmel Morris VK2CAR details the story of how a heritage
naval destroyer cleaves the waves again radio waves, that is. The
HMAS Vampire the last of the Royal Australian Navys big gun
ships moored dockside at the Australian National Maritime Museum in
Sydney is back on the air under the call sign VK2VMP.
Lou Destefano VK3AQZ is back . . with a new project. He kicks off a
multi-part technical feature on a homebrew three-band 100 W HF
transceiver. His rig for the road.
Issue 4 of AR with another cracker of a front cover design by
Sergio VK3SO. Its so jam-packed that some bits splashed over the
edge . . and into No.5!
Amateur Radio magazine, Volume 91, Issue Number 4 for 2023.
More guts. Less gab.
Serving Australian radio amateur dudes for 90 years. Available in
print and online. Always published to a schedule, never random.
No quarter given.
Thats it from me. Im Roger Harrison VK2ZRH for VK1WIA News.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS With thanks to IARU, RSGB, RAC,
ARRL, NZART, eHam, AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE, eHam,
Radioworld.com and the World Wide sources of the WIA.
IARU Monitoring service in Region One has reported on interference
received several times from the Australian Over The Horizon Radar
'JORN' on the 30 m band.
RADAR activity was, unfortunately, about the same as on the last
months with countless reports about them in all bands from
40 to 10m. The most disturbing, because of their large bandwidth as
well as for the huge power used in their transmissions, which are,
most of the times, long-lasting, were the ones sent by the RUSSIAN
Over the Horizon radar, Contayner heard on 40, 30, 02 17 15 and 12m
sometimes with several simultaneous transmissions on the same band.
This was followed by the ones by the British OTHR located at the
UK Sovereign Base Area in Cyprus observed on 17, 15 and 10m.
Scottish adventurer Cam Cameron is home safe.
You may recall that he was joined initially - and briefly - by 2
amateur radio operators on Rockall in the North Atlantic during his
attempt to break the 45-day record for a stay there, set in 2014.
His other goal was to raise money for charity.
Cam's challenge came to an end after 32 days, after he was
successfully rescued by coast guard and search-and-rescue
personnel. He wrote on the expedition website that he was
"in pain, exhausted and hypothermic." However, he did meet his
other goal and was grateful to have helped a number of charitable
The RSGB has just released a video in which RSGB Spectrum and licensing expert Murray Niman, G6JYB, explains more about Ofcoms consultation Updating the Amateur Radio Licensing Framework.
This is the biggest revamp of amateur radio licensing and call sign policy in the UK in a generation.
The video forms part of the RSGBs wider guidance for radio amateurs on this consultation.
You can watch it on the RSGBs YouTube channel or on the Societys consultation web page.
The Society has encouraged UK clubs to use this video to start a discussion about the consultation at their club meetings.
The Federal Communications Commission has released its latest
quarterly count of broadcast licenses.
As of the end of June 2023, there were 4,464 licensed AM stations.
That total was down 270 from June of 2013, according to Radio World
calculations based on FCC figures. It continues a trend of gradual
but consistent erosion in the AM numbers of the USA.
The number of FM commercial stations is up 69 from 10 years ago.
The Japan Amateur Radio League (JARL) has announced the return of
JARL Ham Fair for 2023, this being the 45th event and expects to
attract 30,000 visitors.
The ham fair will take place August 19th and 20th.
JARL HAM Fair is held to promote healthy development of amateur radio
and improvement of technology. There are exhibitions and events for
introducing amateur radio to the general public, and the exchange of
information and establishing friendship between amateurs.
HAM RADIO OPERATIONAL NEWS - IT'S A CONTACT SPORT
NOW CONTEST WISE:-
Congratulations to the world champions of radio sports in the
WRTC 2022 Competition - the team of Ukraine!
The team - Yaroslav UW7LL and Yuriy UT4UZ showed the best results
and won gold for Ukraine.
The World Radiosport Team Championship WRTC in short represents
a large gathering of the world's best in radio traffic as selected
Regionally coming from any country and all continents in the spirit
of competition, using the same playing field and allowing pure skills
to determine world champions in two-man teams, 24-hour non-stop
The next WRTC will be held in the UK, Anglia area during July of
Again well done the Team of Ukraine!
Speaking of Ukraine.
Based on the unanimous decision by the Nordic Radio Amateur Union
it is decided that the stations from Russia and Belarus are not
eligible for participation in the 2023 Scandinavian Activity Contest
ANOTHER JUST RUN CONTEST IS THE TRANS TASMAN
Joining me now is Alan VK4SN, Trans Tasman contest manager.
Last Saturday night saw many stations taking advantage of the
excellent conditions on the low bands. Even QRP stations were loud,
and VK6 and 8 were able to work ZL with ease.
I'm extending log submission time by an extra day to include today,
So get submitting by 1400z today. If you wish to make comment, then
add them to the SOAPBOX line in the Cabrillo header.
Some have asked about the serial numbering starting at 1 for each
band. This is perfectly OK. Please submit as is. For the future, my website now contains downloads for both SO and MO stations.
The next RSGB IOTA Contest is 29-30 July 2023 (iota website)
AUGUST 12 - 13 Remembrance Day Contest
This contest commemorates the Amateurs who died
during World War II and is designed to encourage
friendly participation and help improve the
operating skills of participants. It is held on the
weekend closest to the 15th August, the date on
which hostilities ceased with Japan in the
southwest Pacific area.
A perpetual trophy is awarded annually to the
Australian state or territory with the best
The name of the winning State or Territory is
inscribed on the trophy, and that State or Territory
then holds the trophy for 12 months. The winning
State or Territory is also given a certificate, as
are leading entrants.
August 26 - 27 A.L.A.R.A. CONTEST
Contest is always on the last FULL weekend of August.
All licensed operators throughout the world are invited to
participate. Scout and Girl Guide groups are encouraged to
participate using their Club's equipment and call sign.
YLs work everyone; OMs work YLs only.
Combined phone and CW run over 24 hours:
Saturday 0600 hours UTC till Sunday 0559 hours UTC
All HF Bands except 160m & WARC Bands.
ECHO-LINK will also be accepted.
(alara web site)
OCTOBER - Oceania DX (OCDX) Contest
PH - The first full weekend in October each year 0600 UTC
Saturday to 0600 UTC Sunday
CW - Second full weekend in October from 0600 UTC Saturday to
0600 UTC Sunday
Log deadline for PH and CW logs - 31 October.
Managed by the Oceania DX Contest Committee.
REPUBLIC OF KOREA.
Wouter, is on air July 17 to August 16 as HL4/PB1WL.
QSL to Wouters Home Call PB 1 WL.
Special event station CR6J is on the air from the 17th to the 23rd of July for the 41st International Motorcycle Rally in Faro, Portugal. Listen on 80-6 metres for operators using CW, SSB and digital modes. QSL via CT1EHX.
The Bogota Amateur Radio League is on air this weekend, July 22 - 24
to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the foundation of the Colombian
Radio Amateur League and to commemorate the bicentennial of the
Battle of Lake Maracaibo and Colombia's National Navy Day.
A special event station is running.
All amateur radio operators are invited.
Kazu, M0CFW (JK3GAD) will again be active from Rodrigues island as
3B9KW during the CQWW CW contest (November 25-26).
Activity before/after contest (November 19 to December 1) as
QSL via LoTW.
The *CHT Weekly Quiz* is held on 80metres almost every Thursday
Over the last 35 years of the quiz there have been regular check-ins
from Tasmania, Victoria, NSW, QLD, SA and even WA.
Between 12 and 20 Questions are asked; and theyre not too difficult.
Any general trivia topic is fine its a fun trivia quiz, not a
radio theory quiz and its not a Google quiz either! Dont worry if
you dont know an answer: you can say Pass, or maybe give a funny
answer thats almost believable!
If you win the quiz, you have the honour of setting the questions for
the next week its not that hard! And youll get helpful operating
tips from the other participants.
Listeners are encouraged to check-in_ even if theyre just
listening and laughing.
The CHT QUIZ is held at *8:30pm EST Thursdays*, on *3680khz* on the
Join in! Or just have a listen and a laugh! All amateurs are welcome.
WORLD WIDE SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP NEWS
SUMMITS ON THE AIR, WORLD WIDE FLORA, FAUNA PROGRAM,
PARKS ON THE AIR and other ADVENTURE GROUPS.
THE ADVENTURE RADIO SOCIETY IS THE HOME OF THE SPARTAN SPRINT
AND FLIGHT OF THE BUMBLEBEES.
The Adventure Radio Society Flight of the Bumblebees is a
four-hour event held annually on the last Sunday of July.
It is open to all radio amateurs.
2023 ARS Flight of the Bumblebees
Sunday, July 30
1700 to 2100 UTC
WHO CAN PLAY?
Both home-based and portable operations are encouraged.
WHAT QUALIFIES AS A BUMBLEBEE?
Participants who operate portable from field locations are designated as Bumblebees. They get to their operating site principally under their own power by walking, biking, boating, and so on. The distance travelled to the site is at the Bumblebees discretion. Bumblebees add /BB to their calls. (NOTE: Home-based stations do not add /BB to their callsign AND /BB does not refer to our editor VK4BB HiHi.)
IF YOURE ELIGIBLE, GET A BUMBLEBEE NUMBER
If you plan to operate the 2023 FOBB portable in other words, from a field location youre invited to request a Bumblebee identification number. Instructions for obtaining a Bumblebee number are in the text edition of this WIA National News Service.
Your First Name
The field location you anticipate to be operating from
Your Top 3 Choices for FOBB Number
WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - FINAL FRONTIER
AMSAT-VK Secretary - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mars Sample Return mission a joint project between NASA and
the European Space Agency is currently under a major review.
The cost of the mission may have increased from 4 or 5 billion $
to 8 or 9 billion US dollars, according to one estimate. NASA
confirmed that one estimate in the review of the program was in that
cost range, but added, "all scenarios are highly speculative."
If the sample return mission does come with a higher price tag, it
could impact NASA's entire planetary science portfolio, as other
missions are also experiencing technical delays and schedule
Chinese private rocket firm Landspace has achieved a global first
by reaching orbit with a methane-fuelled rocket.
Zhuque-2 beats a range of other methalox rockets, including SpaceXs
Starship, the ULA Vulcan, Blue Origins New Glenn, Rocket Labs
Neutron and Terran R from Relativity Space, in reaching orbit. These
other launch vehicles will be much larger and feature much greater
payload capacity however.
A methane-liquid oxygen propellant mix offers advantages in
performance and reduces issues of soot formation and coking
for purposes of re usability.
WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - INTERNET, THE HAMS DOMAIN
Linda Maude, writing for the North West Packet Group in the UK Sys--
It begins. Dig out those TNCs.
The GB7MBC BBS and WWConverse is now available over telnet on the
To get to it, you are going to need a terminal emulator such as
putty. If you have a Mac or a Linux machine, there is a good
built-in terminal but putty will work fine for all. You can also get
terminal emulator apps for iOS and Android etc.
To connect, you telnet to 22.214.171.124 6300
In order to use the BBS, you will need to email email@example.com
with your callsign and a password.
WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - IOTA
Activation of Gallinara Island during IOTA 2023.
The IP 1 X team will be active from Gallinara Island (EU-083) on
29-30 July. This is a small private island off the northern Italian
coast. They will be active continuously during the IOTA Contest 2023
on CW and SSB from 80 to 10 metres in the multi-operator low power
QSL is via IU1JCZ direct or via the bureau. For more details and
updates check QRZ.com.
WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - MARITIME
INCLUDING ILL NEWS
A reminder now that International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend is
the third weekend of August which in 2023 is 19 and 20 August.
A team of hams will be operating as I P1X (THAT'S FIGURE ONE, PIX)
from Gallinara Island, IOTA number EU-083, on the 29th and 30th of
July using CW and SSB on 80-10 metres. They are participating
in the IOTA Contest. See QRZ.com for QSL details.
WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - MILITARY
Recordings of military transmissions can be found on the
Signal Identification Guide Wiki at
ATTENTION ALL INTERCEPT OPERATORS! YOU MAY STILL HAVE TIME.
Crypto Transmission from KPH 2000 UTC July 22.
On 22 July 2023 KPH will transmit a coded message in 5-letter groups. The message will be encrypted using the famous ENIGMA code machine and is an authentic message sent by a U-boat in the North Atlantic in 1942.
All KPH listeners are invited to try their hand at receiving and decrypting the message. Certificates will be awarded for proof of successful decode, first to decode and use of original or replica hardware.
You say your Enigma hardware is a bit rusty? Perhaps it has slipped a cog? No problem, MRHS has you covered! Software simulations exist for the Enigma code machine. See the link below.
Crypto broadcast date, time and formats
The crypto broadcast will commence at 2000Z (1300 Pacific) on 22 July 2023 on all KPH CW and RTTY frequencies. The CW frequencies are (in kc): 6477.5, 8642.0, 12808.5, 17016.8, and 22477.5 . Upon completion of the CW transmissions, the broadcast will be repeated on the KPH RTTY frequencies. The RTTY transmission will be 170cps shift Baudot, 45 baud. The RTTY frequencies are (in kc): 6324.5, 8427.0 and 12585.5
For full information and a link to an Enigma simulator see the
Maritime Radio Historical Society Events page:
(Maritime Radio Historical Society)
WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS --- RADIO AMATEUR YOUNG TIMERS - YOTA
(Youngsters On The Air)
Helping we youth have been a group of teachers who recently gathered
for STEM Training at ARRL
The group of educators were at ARRL Headquarters in Newington,
Connecticut, for the ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology.
The 13 teachers were from all over the USA, and they were in town to
learn hands-on STEM activities through amateur radio. "They liked
foxhunting and satellite contacts the best," said ARRL Education and
Learning Manager Steve Goodgame, K5ATA.
ARRL holds five sessions each year, and each session is 5 days in
length. The Teachers Institute is an expenses-paid professional
development program filled with lectures, hands-on activities, and
demonstrations that are intended to provide teachers with tools and
strategies to introduce basic electronics, radio science, satellite
communications, amateur radio, weather science, micro-controllers,
and electronic sensors to we younger students.
"The whole idea is to inspire teachers to go back and inspire their
students to be excited about amateur radio," said K5ATA.
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 21360kHz
Hams Honour Retired Search and Rescue Planes
Four aircraft used by Canadas Air Force for S&R work were retired during the pandemic without much fanfare. Those four planes are now getting their retirement party thanks to amateurs who love aviation as much as they love ham radio. Using the antennas on board the planes (which will be grounded as museum pieces now in four provinces) they will be calling QRZ on July 22nd UTC and will be open to attract visitors from the region and they will even attempt a 2m net between all four planes. This event is called Buffalo's on the Air, so named for the RCAFs CC115 Buffalo aircraft. It was organised mainly by aircraft technician Phil Tanner VA7XOZ, who worked on the planes.
This is a way to mark history, to educate the public about the S&R function of the planes and, of course, to show people what amateur radio can do. The antennas on the planes are indeed capable of using HF frequencies reserved for amateurs because the planes in their S&R functions often had to make contact on the civilian frequencies.
2023 Social Scene
Clubs are welcome to submit text with audio for this section
Details of all WIA affiliated clubs and societies can be found
on the WIA website, including email addresses and website links.
VK6 - Northern Corridor Radio Group HamFest 20th August.
The location of HamFest is the Cyril Jackson Community Hall in Bassendean which is conveniently located for easy access by car and public transport. The HamFest starts at 9:00 am and will finish at around 12:00 pm when the raffle prize winners will be announced. This year the NCRG has a fantastic array of raffle prizes available. Details are available on the NCRG facebook page and the club website
The NCRG HamFest will be brimming with buyers and sellers this year so mark the date in your diary. Food and drinks will be available on the day from the canteen.
Dont miss out on your chance to snap up a deal and catch-up with on air friends for a coffee and chat.
If you are interested in selling at the HamFest please lease don't hesitate to contact Brad Peters, VK6BAP.
VK4 - Redcliffe Club CarBoot Sale Saturday 26th August at club house
Kippa Ring (vk4tfn)
VK4 - SUNFEST SEPTEMBER 9 (vk4an)
At Mountain Creek State Schools massive air conditioned
auditorium, just off the Sunshine Motor Way. Mountain Creek
is tucked in to the west of Mooloolaba
VK - ALARAMeet2023 4/5 November in HOBART (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VK3 - Rosebud RadioFest at Eastbourne Primary School Sunday,
November 12 (vk3pdg)
VK5 - Amateur Radio Experimenters Group Radio & Electronics Sale
November 26 (vk5qi)
2024 IT'S A DATE
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Details of all WIA affiliated clubs and societies can be found
on the WIA website, including email addresses and website links.
VK - WIA AGM MAY 4 5 - BUNDABERG. (vk2tsg)
VK - National Volunteer Week Monday 20 Sunday 26 May 2024.
National Volunteer Week (NVW) is Australias largest annual
celebration of volunteers and their important contribution to
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