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2017 News Releases



WIA submission to the ACMA Interference Management Review

22/ 09/ 2017   The Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) is concerned that the risk of interference to amateur communications may be considered low by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), when compared to other radiocommunications or telecommunications services.
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WIA journal to go bi-monthly and exam fees reviewed

20/ 09/ 2017   The Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) board has been considering for many months changes to its highest expenditure, the publication and distribution of Amateur Radio magazine.
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IARU Addresses New Radio Spectrum Pollution Threat

20/ 09/ 2017   The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Administrative Council (AC) held its annual in-person meeting on 15 and 16 September in Landshut, Germany, just before the IARU Region 1 Conference.
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Aussie school contacts the ISS

20/ 09/ 2017   The Beenleigh State High School about 30km south of Brisbane had a late night chat with Italian astronaut and engineer, Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA.
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WIA Team compete in overseas ARDF events

09/ 09/ 2017   Amateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF) competitions in the USA, and at the IARU Region 3 championship in Mongolia – saw the WIA Team win a swag of medals.
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WIA survey wants your views

07/ 09/ 2017   In a part of the ongoing consultation process the Wireless Institute of Australia wants to measure the views of those in Amateur Radio.
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´╗┐The WIA board reaches 100 day milestone

06/ 09/ 2017   The Wireless Institute of Australia board of directors has quietly made progress in its first 100 days since the May annual general meeting held at Hahndorf South Australia.
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More heavy rain in monsoonal floods

01/ 09/ 2017   Monsoon rains in India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh over the past month has according to the UN affected 41 million people, and left an estimated 1,200 dead.
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New WIA National & Inwards QSL Manager

01/ 09/ 2017   Introducing John Seamons VK3JLS
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