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WIA Centenary DVD

WIA Centenary Celebrations
January - December 2010

Historical Information

Untitled Document

VK100WIA Your Booking Details

Dates Booked

Sun 17th, Oct, 2010 - Tue 19th, Oct, 2010

Club Details

Eastern Zone Amateur Radio Club
Tramway Rd
Churchill VIC, 3842
Contact : Peter Freeman, VK3PF, President
Phone : 0427388044
Email : vk3bez@vk3bez.org

Event Details

VK100WIA Station operating at Hazelwood South Hall
Hazelwood South Hall
Tramway Rd
Churchill, VIC, 3842

Operating Times and Frequencies

0000 UTC Sunday to 2359 UTC Tuesday
All HF, 6 m, 2 m, 70 cm, 23 cm

Other Activities

The operation will be from the Hazelwood South Hall, Tramway Road, Churchill for the full 72 hours. We have no permanent antennas on site, but will erect antennas as required for the operations planned - it will be good practice for Field Day! On Sunday, the initial focus will be on JOTA operations with the local Guide group. Once the Guides have finished, a greater emphasis on working other stations will be possible. Your patience during Sunday daytime will be appreciated. Whilst details have not been fully confirmed, we are planning on operating on HF, 6 m, 2 m and 70 cm, mainly in voice modes, including DV D-STAR operations at times (2 m to VK3RWN-C). Some CW operations may occur, depending upon operator availability. Anyone who might reasonably expect to make successful contact with us on bands higher than 70 cm should make contact with us well before the event with any proposals - we are willing to take extra gear if the interest warrants it. We plan to have a live internet connection, so that the VK100WIA log can help you to find us on-air. Sorry folks - we had a minor hiccup with the last 3 pages of logs - the PDA used as a clock was in 12 hour mode, not 24 hour display. All entries have been updated to 24 hour clock.

Publicity

Local media will be briefed on activities and detailed press release developed. President interviewed by local ABC FM Thursday 14 October. Short article published in Latrobe Valley Express (page 2) on Thursday 14 October.

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