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And with a reminer ALARAMeet2023 IS ON NOW, 4/5 November
in HOBART. Then its off to Rosebud and Andrew VK3CAH, the Goldy and
Paul VK4PY, Seaford in VK5. Nathan Vk5DAD and VK7 Double Scotch in
"Lonnie", vk7WW but now to the Southern Peninsula Amateur Radio

VK3 - Rosebud RadioFest at Eastbourne Primary School Sunday,
November 12

This is Andrew VK3CAH from the Southern Peninsula Amateur
Radio Club with a reminder that the Rosebud RadioFest , will
be held this year on Sunday, the 12th of November.

In addition to sales of new and pre-loved equipment in the
main hall,the Rosebud RadioFest sets itself apart with the
excellent range of forums which are presented.

This year, topics being covered are

Multi-Operator Remote Amateur Radio Stations -
Steve Kennedy VK6SJ

M17 Open Source Digital Platform - Tony Langdon VK3JED

Operation RADAR: "Rapid Deployment of Amateur Radio"
supporting communities in times of crisis.
Neil Patton VK3ZVX

So come along and enjoy the equipment sales, great catering
and excellent forums of the Rosebud RadioFest.

See you in Rosebud. This is Andrew VK3CAH.


Hi I'm Paul VK4PY and if you are on the Gold Coast next
weekend, why not pop into the Gold Coast Amateur Radio Society
Hamfest Sunday 12th November at Country Paradise Parklands,
231 Beaudesert Nerang Road, Nerang.

Entre ticket prices are still the same with $5 per person with
the doors opening to the public from 08:30am

Some of the tables that have be purchased for the event are
suppliers to the industry along with other fellow amateurs
and other Clubs.

Once again we are having the very popular bacon and egg
muffins, as well other items from the BBQ.

To book a table or other info, go to and
look for the Hamfest tab or email

See you hopefully at our Hamfest on the 12th November...
I'm Paul VK4PY and you're tuned to VK1WIA and the
National News Service.

VK5 - Hi all this is Nathan Vk5DAD from the south coast Amateur
radio club, on Thursday 23 November We have our annual
general meeting from 7 pm at Seaford Meadows Scout Hall
Railway Parade. All is welcome. Hope to see you there this
is Nathan VK5DAD on behalf of SCARC.


Hi this is Nic VK7WW. Has your Lancaster bomber lost its
1155 transmitter?

Has the RFDS missed a 1kw Codan Linear?

Is the NZ Army looking for another ZC1?

Or perhaps youre looking for something more modern?

Well, we know where to find them; at THE MASSIVE RADIO AUCTION
to be held on Saturday 25th November at the Northern Tasmania
ARC Clubrooms in Rocherlea, Launceston.

For a preview list of some of the items, please email

See you there 73s from VK7 Double Scotch.

VK5 - Amateur Radio Experimenters Group Radio & Electronics Sale
November 26



Gday this is Chris Dimitrijevic VeeKay3FoxYanky on behalf of the
board of Wireless Institute of Australia for this week's VK1WIA
National News

The Topics for this week's broadcast are as follows;

1. AGM 2024 in Bundaberg Queensland
2. ALARAmeet 2023 Tasmania
3. Approval to use VK5WIA for callbacks in SA

Topic 1
A reminder that the Annual General Meeting of the Wireless Institute
of Australia will be held on the weekend of 4th to 5th of May 2024,
and will be hosted by the Bundaberg Amateur Radio Club, in Bundaberg

Set aside that weekend to attend the AGM and catch up with some
mates, A tour of one of the distilleries is planned and that should
be some fun.

Topic 2
The Wireless Institute of Australia passes on our congratulations to
Australian Ladies Amateur Radio Association more commonly known as
ALARA who will be concluding their ALARAmeet 2023 in Hobart,
Tasmania this weekend.

ALARAmeet, happens every three years and it's an opportunity for
YL's with-in the ALARA organisation and other Amateur Radio
Operators to meet in person.

Anyone wishing to seek further information on ALARA, can look them
up at

Topic 3
Peter VK5JP has requested to utilise the callsign VK5WIA for use
during the Weekly News Broadcasts call-backs on AUS REPEATER NET
WiresX Room 24160. The board of the WIA have approved his request
for the use of the callsign and you should hear the start of this
following this week's news broadcasts.

The WIA encourages any other news broadcasters should they wish to
utilise WIA callsigns to put their request to the board of the WIA
by emailing

This has been Chris Dimitrijevic VK3FY on behalf of the Board of the
WIA for VK1WIA News.

Chris Dimitrijevic de
VK3FY / W3YM / T30T / 3D2FY / DU8FY / 4E8T / 5W0FY / HK7T

This is Roger Harrison VK2ZRH, Editor-in-Chief of Amateur Radio

Heres a chance in a lifetime.

Sign up to use VK90AR, the special event call sign celebrating
90 years of Amateur Radio magazine. That call sign wont be coming
around again not even if we are still publishing in another
90 years!

A historic call sign for a historic occasion.

Last month, Amateur Radio magazine reached the milestone of being
published continuously since October 1933. Thats why were marking
the occasion by arranging keen operators to get on-air and make some
noise with VK90AR. With the solar cycle really crackling right now,
heres an opportunity to add to the noise on the bands.

The call sign is for use by any member of the WIA as well as any
affiliated club. Signing up to use VK90AR is a simple process.
Just apply on the WIA website Online Event Calendar, where you can
book a roster to suit yourself.

If you already know where the Online Event Calendar is, jump to it.
Or, go to the website address in the text version of this broadcast.
Its also in a news item featured on the WIA website home page.
(WIA Front Page News).

VK90AR expires on 31st December 2023. So, get online, book a roster,
and dont miss out. You might like to use VK90AR on AM on 7125 kHz,
as a nod to our heritage!

How about it, then? Im Roger Harrison VK2ZRH for VK1WIA News.


ARRL, NZART, eHam, AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE, eHam, Hackaday and the World Wide sources of the WIA.


HF Beacon CS3B (Madeira) destroyed in Wildfire.

The radio beacon CS3B on the Portuguese island of Madeira was
destroyed by fire on 12 October. Destroyed was radio (ICOM 7200),
it had only been installed in September 2023.

CS3B was part of the NCDXFs International Beacon Project, a series
of HF beacons operating on 14,100, 18,110, 21,150, 24,930 and
28,200 kHz.

The site of CS3B is off the northwest coast of Africa and was an
ideal location to test radio propagation on the HF bands between
Europe and North America.

The fire damage to the site is quite extensive, as the building that
housed the beacon was also destroyed, as was the antenna. Given the
extensive damage, this HF beacon is likely to be out of service
for some time.


The 26th IARU Region 1 General Conference opened last Tuesday 31st
October in Serbia.

The Opening Plenary was held Wednesday 1 November with the Closing
Plenary yesterday Saturday 4 November.

There are 89 delegates from 43 Member Societies attending together
with the 33 officers from the IS, Region 1, 2, and 3.

Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning, the HF, EMC, Youth, and
the VHF/UHF committees met, Thursday afternoon and Friday, the
administration, financial, emergency communication, and spectrum and
regulations committees met. There will also be various sessions on
Shaping the Future of Amateur Radio

Russian amateurs holding that country's highest class of radio
licence are now being permitted to use the 6-metre band with up
to 1 kilowatt, this under a verbal agreement with the Russian

Hams with Russian callsigns have been using the band since 2014
from Crimea when that territory was annexed. This was a privilege
carried over from the time when 6-metre operation was permitted in
Crimea when it was part of Ukraine.

Russian amateurs had long contended that if authorities recognise
6-metre operation from Crimea, the privilege should be extended to
all Russian hams.


FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel says the FCC plans to
"incentivize innovation and experimentation in the amateur
radio bands" by getting rid of outdated restrictions and providing
licensees with the flexibility to use modern digital emissions.

The commission at its November meeting is expected to take action
on a Report and Order that would eliminate the baud rate limitation
and establish a bandwidth limitation in the amateur radio bands
below 29.7 MHz. The order being circulated for tentative
consideration by the commission would remove the baud rate
limitation -- the rate at which the carrier waveform amplitude,
frequency and / or phase is varied to transmit information -- for
data emissions in the amateur radio bands, the FCC says.

The current baud rate limits were adopted in 1980.

In other news from the FCC deadline for US Hams to file comments
on their 60-meter band proposal has been extended to November 28,
the comment period was originally to close October 30, 2023.

The 18th Annual ARRL Online Auction, sponsored by RT Systems Inc,
raised 31,000 dollars in support of amateur radio.

The auction took place during October 13 - 19, 2023. In addition to
hundreds of viewers, the auction saw 244 individual bidders vying
for Product Review equipment, vintage books, mystery junk boxes
from the ARRL Lab, and more.

The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the
preliminary attendance numbers for NAB Show New York, which
was held Oct. 2426 at the Javits Centre.

This year, NAB said the annual show drew 12,231 people to the
Big Apple a 28 percent increase from 9,500 attendees in 2022.

Nearly 270 exhibitors could be found across the show floor,
including 60 first-time exhibitors. NAB said there were
approximately 225 sessions featuring approximately 300 speakers.


Seventy-two passengers, predominantly from South 24-Parganas
district of West Bengal, who met with an accident in Tamil Nadu
during their tour of South India were safely rescued from the
accident site through prompt intervention from local amateur radio
operators along with the local administration.

A local ham radio operator who was travelling in a motorcycle first
came across the injured tourists and informed the Indian Institute
of Ham (IIH). Manjunath R and Sankar Satyapal of IIH contacted the
local administration and the entire team reached the spot.

The passengers were rescued and necessary arrangements were made
for medical services.

The IIH has a special event station, AT 30 IIH, QRV until December
31 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Indian Institute of

India's space agency, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO),
has taken a significant step forward in its ambitious Gaganyaan
project by successfully conducting the first in a series of test
flights. The project aims to send astronauts into space by 2025,
making India the fourth country, after the Soviet Union,
United States, and China, to achieve this milestone.

The primary objective of this test flight, known as the Flight Test
Vehicle Abort Mission-1, was to ascertain the spacecraft's ability
to safely rescue the crew in the event of a rocket malfunction.

The Chairman of ISRO, announced the success of the mission,
eliciting cheers and applause from his colleagues.



Last weekend was the CQ World-wide SSB Contest, and one entry in
particular was a little different AND a fantastic idea, Ben VK4YT,
Media officer for the Tablelands Radio and Electronics joins us to
kick off this weeks operational news

Saturday 28th of October, members from TREC were at Kairi State
School on the Atherton Tablelands participating in the CQ World-wide
SSB contest with a very enthusiastic group of grade 5 and 6
9 students and a teacher who hold their foundation licences were on
the air and we had some other teachers and parents on the radio
putting out calls under supervision from the kids as well.

We were using an IC7300 and Elecraft Amp into a tri-band yagi
antenna on 10,15 and 20m on the clubs tower trailer. We were using
the callsign VK4KSS and did a combination of hunt and pounce and
calling CQ throughout the day.

Last year the group came 3rd in Australia and 8th in Oceania in the
category they entered with around 11,000 points. This year after
scores were tallied we had over 82,000 points with 278 QSOs
from 12 hrs of operating, so the kids really outdid themselves.

Thank you to all the volunteers who gave their time to help set up
and operate the contest station and to those who returned our calls.

Ben VK4YT from Tablelands Radio and Electronics Club

73 and good DX.


VHF-UHF Spring Field Day.
25 - 26 November.
0100 UTC Saturday to 0059 UTC Sunday BUT to make it a
little fairer in VK6, they add 3 hours onto start and
end times.

75th CQ World Wide DX Contest's CW leg is also November
25-26 on the 160 to 10m contest bands, exchange is
signal report and your CQ Zone.


The special callsign VI7ALARA is active on the HF bands until the 8th of November, (that's Wednesday) commemorating the Australian Ladies Amateur Radio Association's meeting being held in Hobart. The callsign is being operated by a number of YLs in Tasmania and throughout Australia.


Call sign VI4ACRO, activation this entire month, November brings
awareness of the debilitating medical condition Acromegaly.



VI 10 VKFF running all year celebrates the 10 year anniversary
of the VKFF group.



VK 90 AR for Amateur Radio Magazine.

October 2023, this year, saw your WIA celebrating 90 years of
continuous publishing of Amateur Radio Magazine, the official
journal of the Wireless Institute of Australia.
The WIA are running the VK90AR activity until December 31.



Special Event Station VI 100 MB all year celebrates the centenary of
the Manly-Warringah Radio Society



Starlink satellites are emitting RFI that is causing issues for radio astronomers, even in so-called "radio quiet zones," such as the outback of Western Australia.

That is the finding of a research team that published their findings recently in the journal, Astronomy and Astrophysics Letters.
Steven Tingay of Curtin University writes on the Cosmos magazine website that, using radio telescopes, the researchers detected signals at a number of licensed radio frequencies but their greatest concern was over intended and unintended emissions from elsewhere.

They traced those to Starlink satellites.

The scientists' tests were conducted at the site where an SKA-Low facility is to be built in Western Australia. The research paper's purpose was to demonstrate that Starlink emissions were easily detected by low-frequency radio antennas that the scientists were using to represent the SKA-Low station such as one intended for that site.

Known as version 2 of the Engineering Development Array, the antennas were utilised at 137.5 MHz and 159.4 MHz.

The scientists wrote in their conclusion that [quote] "Our results indicate that both intended and unintended radiation from Starlink satellites will be detrimental to key SKA science goals without mitigation." [endquote]

The team recommends dialogue with SpaceX to work on a means of mitigation involving the use of version 2 of the Engineering Development Array at the site.


AMSAT-VK Secretary -

Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) is planning
their 40th anniversary celebration conference for February 22 - 24,

The Positive Impact of Amateur Radio on Human Spaceflight:
40th Anniversary Conference will be held at the Centre for
Space Education: Astronauts Memorial Foundation, adjacent to the
NASA Kennedy Space Centre Visitors Centre in Florida.

Organizers hope to gather volunteer teams, astronauts,
space agency officials, educators, and space and
amateur radio enthusiasts to attend the event

(arrl letter)

INCLUDING ILLW NEWS - ILLW 17th August 2024 to 18th August 2024

Australian lights planned and advised to WIA :-
AU 0102 Point Charles NT - Darwin AR Club

To commemorate the November 10, 1975 sinking of the SS Edmund
Fitzgerald, The Livonia Amateur Radio Club (LARC) will operate
Special Event Station, W 8 F, at the Museum on Saturday Nov. 11,
from 11 AM to 3:30PM US EST.

Their aim, contacting other amateur radio operators around the
globe, reminding them of the Fitz story.

A special confirmation certificate to those hams who make contact
with W8F.


( EHam)


Hallo Everyone, this is Clive VK6CSW reminding you that the
November RAOTC bulletin goes to air tomorrow.

This month we offer another historical broadcast by Allan Doble,
VK3AMD, from February 2002. The latest Club news and information
will be broadcast next month.

Everyone, RAOTC members and non-Members alike, is most welcome to
listen to the program and join in the call backs afterwards.

Full details of all transmissions times and modes can be found on
the RAOTC website at or just Google
RAOTC broadcasts.

If none of the transmission times suit you, you can download the
audio file at any time from today, Sunday, from the club website.

Members and Friends of the RAOTC in Perth are reminded that the next
lunchtime meeting at the Woodbridge Hotel, East Guildford will be
on Tuesday November 14th. All are welcome, full details are
published on the clubs website.

Once again, tune in tomorrow for the November RAOTC bulletin,
enjoy the program and please join in the call backs afterwards.

73 from Clive VK6CSW.

(Youngsters On The Air)

How to Engage We Youth with Amateur Radio. - STEM Education.

ARRL Education and Learning Manager, and IARU Region 2 Youth
Coordinator, Steve Goodgame, K 5 ATA, gave the keynote address at
the 2023 ARRL Pacific Division Ham Radio Convention, also known as
Pacificon recently.

Mr Goodgame was a public-school teacher for 21 years. He carries his
experience of bringing ham radio into the classroom into his role at
ARRL. "It is safe to say I've learned a thing or two about reaching
you youth along the way," he quipped.

His presentation, to a packed audience, was a highlight of the
convention. K5ATA's passion and vision for promoting youth
involvement in the hobby shined in his speech as he discussed STEM
education and the importance of inspiring youth and teachers to
engage in amateur radio and wireless technology.

Now we too can watch "A Vision of the Future of Amateur Radio" on
the ARRLHQ YouTube Channel.


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

Hi, from the Gold Coast I'm Mark VK4DMH.

Last Monday 30th around 3:40pm, a call for assistance was heard on
the 146.7MHz Gold Coast repeater.

There were three bushwalkers on the Border Track, near Binna Burra,
just over 30 kms southwest of Surfers Paradise, and one male within
the group required urgent medical assistance following a short fall.

There was no mobilephone coverage along the track, which is in thick
rainforest. Fortunately, two of the group were Amateur Radio
operators .. Stuart VK4MSL and his father David VK4MDL, and they
both had their handheld radios on them.

Stuart VK4MSL had put the call out for assistance and Geoff VK2DLA
replied. It was later established that four other local AR operators
were also monitoring the situation right from the initial call.

A Qld Ambulance was dispatched lights and sirens on the 36 km road
trip up into the mountains, and backup from Qld Police. The PolAir
helicopter was also sent to visually confirm the exact location of
the patient.

The police requested for PolAir to use the 146.7 repeater so they
could talk direct to Stuart. Geoff was happy to provide the
frequencies and tone access, as well as the option to use a simplex
frequency, 146.5 MHz. But programming amateur frequencies into the
chopper in flight proved to be a bit difficult. APRS also played
an important roll as Geoff VK2DLA was able to receive regular
updates on Stuart's Lat and Long.

With Geoff relaying the communications, it was important that one
operator only was involved with the exchange of messages.

By 5:30pm, the patient was in the ambulance and on his way to

Reports are that he's doing well.

ATV SSTV and other forms such as YouTube.

Peter VK3BFG is your WIA ATV representative.

41st AMSAT Space Symposium & Annual General Meeting
YouTube Videos Available, yes more than twelve hours of video
recordings on their YouTube page.

You can easily find these videos by clicking on the Live tab under
The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation channel. Furthermore,
YouTube offers Closed Captioning for these recordings; just click on
the 'CC' icon in the video player's lower right corner. If you'd
prefer, you can also enable subtitles in multiple languages.

To help you quickly access video from the AMSAT Annual General
Meeting along with the sixteen presentations given at this year's
AMSAT Symposium, we have included, thanks to ANS and AMSAT, direct
links for you in the text edition of this WIA National News.

AMSAT 41st AMSAT Space Symposium Welcome Robert Bankston, KE4AL,
AMSAT President

A Survey of Small Satellite Propulsion Systems
Jonathan Brandenburg, KF5IDY, AMSAT Assistant VP Engineering

Microwave Ambitions for GOLF Satellites
Zach Metzinger, N0ZGO, AMSAT Board of Directors

AMSAT Engineering Update
Jerry Buxton, N0JY, AMSAT VP Engineering

ASCENT and Fox-Plus Updates
Jonathan Brandenburg, KF5IDY, AMSAT Assistant VP Engineering

PACSAT Update and Demonstration
Bill Reed, NX5R, PACSAT Project Manager

CubeSatSim Update and Demonstration
Alan Johnston, KU2Y, AMSAT VP Educational Resources

ThinSat Project for High Schools
Nick Pugh, K5QXY, and Bob Twiggs, KE6QMD

AMSAT Youth Initiative
Frank Karnauskas, N1UW, AMSAT VP Development

Amateur Radio Spectrum Use in the Lunar Environment
Frank Bauer, KA3HDO, ARISS-NA Executive Director

Amateur Satellite Secondary Payloads
Drew Glasbrenner, AMSAT Board of Directors/VP Operations

Michael Lipp, HB9WDF, President, AMSAT-HB

David Bowman, G0MRF,

ARISS Update
Dave Taylor, W8AAS, AMSAT US Delegate to ARISS International

40th Anniversary of Hams in Space & 2024 Anniversary Event
Frank Bauer, KA3HDO, ARISS-NA Executive Director

Planned Non-AMSAT Amateur Satellites
Paul Stoetzer, N8HM, AMSAT Executive Vice President

Space Qualified Antennas
Kent Britain, WA5VJB

AMSAT Annual General Meeting & Awards Ceremony
Robert Bankston, KE4AL, AMSAT President

[ANS thanks AMSAT for the above information]


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.

VK - ALARAMeet2023 THIS WEEKEND 4/5 November in HOBART

VK3 - Rosebud RadioFest at Eastbourne Primary School Sunday,
November 12


VK5 - Hi all this is Nathan Vk5DAD from the south coast Amateur
radio club, on Thursday 23 November We have our annual
general meeting from 7 pm at Seaford Meadows Scout Hall
Railway Parade. All is welcome. Hope to see you there this
is Nathan VK5DAD on behalf of SCARC.

Saturday 25th November at the Northern Tasmania
ARC Clubrooms in Rocherlea, Launceston.

VK5 - Amateur Radio Experimenters Group Radio & Electronics Sale
November 26 (vk5qi)


2024 IT'S A DATE

Clubs are welcome to email 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.

VK3 - BARG HamFest 4th of February next door to BARG clubrooms
at Ballarat Airport 10:00 am. (vk3kqt)

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
our communities.

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