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2017 News Releases

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IARU happenings get increased exposure

22/ 08/ 2017   The WIA website has expanded its coverage and explanation of how the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) is working for the Amateur Radio and Amateur Satellite Services.
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The Wireless Men & Woman at War book

22/ 08/ 2017   A copy of this historical Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) publication is now available to those researching war history in Canberra.
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Responses to draft new spectrum legislation made public

22/ 08/ 2017   Stakeholder responses to the draft radiocommunications legislation, released in late May, have been made available for download on the Department of Communication and the Arts website.
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Aussie lighthouses galore on air

17/ 08/ 2017    There are more than 55 Australian registrations in the 20th International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend –this Saturday and Sunday.
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Interference Management Review

16/ 08/ 2017   In the first week of August, the ACMA announced that it will be undertaking a review of the current Interference Management Principles.
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WIA responds to future plans for use of 3.6 GHz band

11/ 08/ 2017   The WIA has lodged a submission responding to the ACMA's Options paper on the "Future approach to the 3.6 GHz band".
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Move over JT65 for a new kid on the block

06/ 08/ 2017   The digital mode FT8 although still in Beta testing has caught on, luring many using the popular JT65 weak signal mode.
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You have the power to make a difference!

06/ 08/ 2017   The WIA opens a consultation process to better serve members with your choice of a quick two minute or a longer ten minute survey.
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WIA lodges strong response to the draft radiocommunications legislation

04/ 08/ 2017   The Wireless Institute of Australia’s (WIA) has delivered its submission on the draft radiocommunications legislation.
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