Cuti Habis

Seminggu cuti tahun baru cina ini makin hampir. Sepanjang cuti ini aku dan xyl tidak ke mana. Inilah peluang aku monitor melalui webSDR apabila ada kelapangan.

Selepas solar flare hari isnin yang lalu 40m band di Eropah dan Amerika mengalami gangguan. Betullah kata pakar bahawa propagasi untuk 40m ke atas akan terganggu.

Semasa CQ 40 ON7USB webSDR di German kebanyakan stesen yang dapat dicopy adalah di Eropah sahaja. Satu stesen special callsign iaitu 9A208DX sempena 20 tahun 9A. Bila pula nak sambut sempena 9W pula hihi? Bila merujuk kepada QRZ.com db ON7USB yang tertera web logbook (HRDLOG.net) baru aku perasaan bila tertera on air masa itu memang dia sedang ke udara tertulis frekuensi sekali. Oh sekarang baru aku faham macam mana kita hendak tahu sama ada rakan sedang ke udara.

Semasa  Malaysia 40m net malam rabu itu aku cuba-cuba juga hendak monitor tetapi tidak kedengaran audio dari Malaysia. Aku guna webSDR dari Sepanyol, Poland dan Romania. Agaknya propagasi kurang menarik dari Malaysia ke Eropah selepas ribut solar yang tertinggi dicatat setakat ini. Maklum balas dari rakan 9M tentang check net malam itu masih belum ada dientri yang lepas. Esok ahad kalau ada kelapangan satu lagi net di pagi hari bolehlah monitor.

Semasa mencari-cari stesen di webSDR Warwick, Rhode Island kedengaran audio yang jauh kebelakang iaitu VP6T. Ini adalah stesen dxpedition di Pulau Pitcairn. Dxpdc ini bermula dari 20 Januari hingga 4 Februari 2012.

Pulau ini terletak di Lautan Pasifik Selatan iaitu 13948.1km dari base aku kalau jarak long path ialah 26055.1km. Jadi pulau ini terletak diantara Malaysia dan Rhode Island. Aku guna internet ke Rhode Island manakala gelombang radio dari Pulau Pitcairn ke Rhode Island. Itulah seronoknya radio dapat menghubungkan mana-mana rakan di serata dunia. Bagusnya dxpdc adalah dapat membantu rakan mendapat callsign yang jarang kedengaran bagi mencapai award-award yang ditawarkan ataupun DXCC

Semalam aku monitor ON7TQ di Belgium menggunakan webSDR YO3GGX di Bucharest Romania. Menurut beliau propagasi 40m pada malam itu kurang memberangsangkan terutama audio dari Amerika Utara. Beliau menggunakan 7.166MHz aku dapat mengesannya pada jam 01:02Z hinggalah beliau QRT jam 3 untuk masuk tidur. Selepas beliau QRT kedengaran banyak stesen berpusu-pusu masuk di 7.163MHz . Antara stesen yang kedengaran 59 adalah  SP2SJC, R3ZF, KP4MS, S56P, SP6HEQ dan banyak lagi. Ini menunjukan selepas pukul 3 pagi band mula aktif.

Pagi ini pula aku monitor stesen KP2AD St Thomas US Virgin Island. Aku menggunakan webSDR Rhode Island USA jadi tidak hairanlah audio di Caribean dapat dicapai. Kebanyakan audio tidak kedengaran aku copy apa yang disebut oleh beliau sahaja. Propagasi masih kurang memberangsangkan lagi bagi 40m band.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

KP2AD

20120128 03:35 7077.0 ru3ko UA European Russia 9w2dya


20120128 03:36 7077.0 RA3ZH Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120128 03:37 7077.0 YV5UM YV Venezuela 9w2dya

20120128 03:38 7077.0 YV5UVM YV Venezuela 9w2dya

20120128 03:38 7077.0 PY7BAT PY Brazil 9w2dya

20120128 03:38 7077.0 KP2AD KP2 Virgin Is. 9w2dya

20120128 03:39 7077.0 RO9O UA9 Asiatic Russia 9w2dya

20120128 03:41 7077.0 SP6SHR SP Poland 9w2dya

20120128 03:44 7077.0 YV5NVM Thanks! YV Venezuela 9w2dya

20120128 03:44 7077.0 SP5URB SP Poland 9w2dya

20120128 03:46 7077.0 PS8LPF PY Brazil 9w2dya

20120128 03:47 7077.0 SP7OMS SP Poland 9w2dya

20120128 03:50 7077.0 VE3NN Thanks! VE Canada 9w2dya

20120128 03:50 7077.0 VE3ZZ VE Canada 9w2dya

This is a WebSDR receiver. Approximate location of the receiver is: Latitude 41.670679 , Longitude -71.499541 (Warwick, Rhode Island, USA). The receiver is operated by N8LI ( aka VU2LID - http://shipwreck.yi.org:8080/ ).
 
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UBA SSB Contest

1 - Purpose


To contact as many Belgian and other amateurs as possible and to provide a way to achieve the WABP and the EC Awards in the "UBA Contest".

2 - Periods

SSB - January 28 - January 29, 2012 (starts every year on the last Saturday of January).

CW - February 25 - February 26, 2012 (starts every year on the last Saturday of February).

From 13:00 UTC on Saturday to 13:00 UTC on Sunday.

3 - Categories

Stations with QTH in Belgium

AH - Single Operator 6 hours High Power All Bands,

AL - Single Operator 6 hours Low Power All Bands,

BH - Single Operator 12 hours High Power All Bands,

BL - Single Operator 12 hours Low Power All Bands,

CH - Single Operator 24 hours High Power All Bands,

CL - Single Operator 24 hours Low Power All Bands,

D - Multi Operator All Bands,

E - Single Operator QRP All Bands (Maximum 18 hours of operation),

BASE - Single Operator Basic License (Restricted to ON2/ON3 stations operated by a holder of a Basic License),

F - SWL (ONL) All Bands (Rules under item 12).
Stations with QTH outside Belgium

A10HP - Single Operator 10 meter High Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A10LP - Single Operator 10 meter Low Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A15HP - Single Operator 15 meter High Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A15LP - Single Operator 15 meter Low Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A20HP - Single Operator 20 meter High Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A20LP - Single Operator 20 meter Low Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A40HP - Single Operator 40 meter High Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A40LP - Single Operator 40 meter Low Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A80HP - Single Operator 80 meter High Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

A80LP - Single Operator 80 meter Low Power (24 hours of operation allowed),

CHP - Single Operator High Power All Bands (24 hours of operation allowed),

CLP - Single Operator Low Power All Bands (24 hours of operation allowed),

D - Multi Operator All Bands,

E - Single Operator QRP All Bands (Maximum 18 hours of operation),

F - SWL All Bands (Rules under item 12).

Remarks:

Stations in category D are limited by the "10 minute" rule. A run station must stay at least 10 minutes on a band before changing bands. The starting time will be determined by the first QSO made on that particular band. The use of a multiplier-station however is allowed, but only to work multipliers on a different band.

High Power > 100 Watts output.

Low Power < 100 Watts output.

QRP SSB maximum 10 Watts output, CW maximum 5 Watts output.

Belgian holders of a Basic License are allowed to enter another category then BASE, but this must be indicated clearly in the log.

4 - Bands

Bands to be used: 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters. The IARU band plan as well as the frequencies proposed by the UBA HF Contest committee must be adhered to. At this time, the preferential frequencies are:

SSB: 3.600 - 3.650, 3.700 - 3.775, 7.060 - 7.100, 7130 - 7200, 14.125 - 14.300, 21.175 - 21.350 and 28.400 - 28.700 MHz.

CW: 3.510 - 3.560, 7.000 - 7.025, 14.000 - 14.060, 21.000 - 21.080 and 28.000 - 28.070 MHz.

The band segments 3.500 - 3.510 and 3.775 - 3.800 shall not be used unless for DX contacts (this means no one shall call "CQ Contest" in those segments).

5 - Contest call and exchange

CW "TEST UBA" - SSB "CQ UBA".

Exchange:

ON stations: RS(T) + serial number starting from 001 + Belgian province. The province is part of the exchange and must be mentioned in the log.

DX stations: RS(T) + serial number starting from 001.

6 - Scoring

Stations with QTH in Belgium

A QSO with a Belgian station 1 point,

A QSO with a station in one of DXCC countries from the European Union as listed below 2 points,

All other QSO's 3 points.

Stations with QTH outside Belgium

A QSO with a Belgian station 10 points,

A QSO with a station in one of DXCC countries from the European Union as listed below 3 points,

All other QSO's 1 point.

An additional bonus will be given depending on the percentage of QSO s with Belgium on your total valid QSO's. Example: 50 QSO's with Belgium (500 QSO points) on a total of 320 QSO's means 15.6 % of QSO's with Belgium and will give you (15,6 % of 500 Belgian QSO points) an extra of 78 QSO points on your total QSO points. This calculation will be done after the log checking.

7 - Multipliers

Stations with QTH in Belgium

All DXCC countries once on each band.

Stations with QTH outside Belgium

Once on each band.

All Belgian provinces: AN, BW, HT, LB, LG, NM, LU, OV, VB and WV. The region of Brussels: BR.

All Belgian prefixes e.g. ON4, ON5, ON6, ON7, ON8, ON9, OR0, OT4, etc...

The following DXCC countries from the European Union: 5B, 9H, CT, CT3, CU, DL, EA, EA6, EA8, EI, ES, F, FG, FM, FR , FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, HA, I, IS, LX, LY, LZ, OE, OH, OH0, OJ0, OK , OM, OZ, PA, S5, SM, SP, SV, SV5, SV9, SV/A, TK, YL and YO.

Remark: A QSO with a Belgian station can give you 2 multipliers (province and prefix). Multipliers count once on each band.

8 - Final Score

Total QSO points (from all bands) times the total number of multiplier points (from all bands).

9 - Special Conditions

The use of DX-Cluster facilities is permitted. Selfspotting is absolutely forbidden.

10 - Logs

Number of logs: Only 1 log per station will be accepted.

We will only accept CABRILLO logs. Rename the files to MYCALL.CBR or MYCALL.LOG where "MYCALL" is your call sign. (Example ON7SS.LOG).

Make sure you send in the right Cabrillo format. Cabrillo instructions can be found on the UBA website.

YOUR LOG:

Should be sent as a normal attachment to the e-mail.

Send as an uncompressed file.

Do NOT send more than one attachment.

In the "subject" line of your e-mail message, please include your contest callsign.

Please take a moment to check your log via a text editor before sending it, to avoid potential problems.

More info concerning the contest can be found here.

Paper logs: No paper logs are accepted anymore! A Cabrillo webapplication is available on the website of WA7BNM.

Cabrillo header must include:

Your call sign.

Your name, first name and complete address.

The category in which you took part. Logs where the category is not clear will be placed in the highest category, which is MULTIOPERATOR. (If needed edit your log with a text editor. DO NOT USE MICROSOFT WORD).

For the Multi op station, the complete list of the operators.

Incomplete logs will be used as "Check logs".
A selection of pictures (.jpg or .png) of operators in action will be published with the results, so please send us your picture in a separate mail to the contestmanager!

Remark: if you run in problems with your log, you can contact the (contestmanager) and we will try to help you.

Contestsoftware that supports the UBA Contest.

N1MM Logger (freeware).

WinOnContest from ON4AVJ (freeware).

Super Duper from EI5DI.

11 - Deadline and Address

All logs must be sent not later than 15 days after the contest.

February 13, 2012 23:59 UTC for SSB.

March 14, 2012 23:59 UTC for CW.

Late logs will not be considered for the contest and will be treated as checklog.

Send your contest logs via E-mail as an attached file to the following address:

(ubassb[at]uba[dot]be) for SSB and mention in the subject line "UBASSB - YOURCALL".

(ubacw[at]uba[dot]be) for CW and mention in the subject line "UBACW - YOURCALL".

Send your log as an attached file and not in the body of the email. Also do not zip your file. All logs must meet the specifications as outlined above. Take care that all your information is in your log. Do not put extra information in the body of your mail.

You will receive an email concerning the reception of your log. This can take sometimes more than 24 hours, we are not using a robot, so please be patient and don't send your log again before the next 24 hours.

For other info concerning the contest you can send a mail to the contestmanager.

12 - Special SWL Rules

Only stations taking part in the Contest may be logged for scoring purposes. Logs should show in columns: Time (UTC), call sign of "Station Heard", complete exchange sent by this station, call sign of station being worked and a RS(T) report on "Station Heard" at SWLs QTH. If both sides of a contest contact are heard they may be claimed as separate stations and the call signs have to appear in the "Station Heard" column. A station may only appear once per band as station heard. In the column "Station Worked" the same station may not be logged more than 10 times per band.

Please use the freeware program SWL_dqr_Log from SP7DQR. This program can be downloaded from http://sp7dqr.waw.pl/eng/index_en.html.

13 - Contest certificates

Belgian winners receive a trophy if a relevant number of QSOs is made.

AL: 150 QSOs, AH: 200 QSOs, BL: 300 QSOs, BH: 350 QSOs, CL: 600 QSOs, CH: 650 QSOs, D: 650 QSOs, E: 200 QSOs, Base: 200 QSOs, F: 300 QSOs.

Certificates will be made downloadable from the UBA Website.

The European Union Trophies go to the European Union in the Single Operator class (A, C or E) depending on who scores the most points of both the CW and the SSB Contest.

14 - Penalties and Disqualification

Penalties:

QSO’s with incomplete or incorrect exchanges will count for zero points, but no additional penalty will be applied.

QSO's that are not in the log of the other station will count for zero points, but no additional penalty will be applied.

QSO's in violation of the 10 minute rule will count for zero points, but no additional penalty will be applied.

Disqualification:

For cheating, imaginary logging and clear, repetitive and intentional violation of the contest rules.

For continuous or repetitive violation or total negation of the IARU band plan.


http://www.uba.be/home

QRZ ON7TQ

20120127 00:54 7121.0 YL2GB YL Latvia 9w2dya

20120127 00:59 7121.0 YL2GB Thanks! YL Latvia 9w2dya

20120127 01:02 7166.0 W2HDI Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:02 7166.0 ON7TQ Thanks! ON Belgium 9w2dya

20120127 01:03 7166.0 W4SQ Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:06 7166.0 ON7TQ Thanks! ON Belgium 9w2dya

20120127 01:08 7166.0 W4MJ Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:16 7166.0 N4AL Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:24 7166.0 N4TW Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:25 7166.0 W4BA Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:27 7166.0 WB4CTX Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:28 7166.0 W6HDG Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:29 7166.0 KE2SI Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:31 7166.0 KE2SI Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:31 7166.0 KB4ABW Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:32 7166.0 KB4AVW Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:34 7166.0 KB4LVW K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:46 7166.0 WA4PUB Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 01:49 7166.0 KC2WQH Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

WebSDR @ YO3GGX Bucharest Romania.


20120127 01:58 7163.0 SP2SJC SP Poland 9w2dya


20120127 01:59 7163.0 R3ZF Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120127 01:59 7163.0 R3ZF Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120127 02:00 7163.0 KP4MS Thanks! KP4 Puerto Rico 9w2dya

20120127 02:03 7163.0 S56P S5 Slovenia 9w2dya

20120127 02:03 7163.0 SP6HEQ Thanks! SP Poland 9w2dya

20120127 02:03 7163.0 SP6HEQ Thanks! SP Poland 9w2dya

20120127 02:04 7163.0 S52KM Thanks! S5 Slovenia 9w2dya

20120127 02:04 7163.0 SP6HEQ Thanks! SP Poland 9w2dya

20120127 02:05 7163.0 SP6HEQ Thanks! SP Poland 9w2dya

20120127 02:07 7163.0 UY5AA Thanks! UR Ukraine 9w2dya

20120127 02:07 7163.0 EA9BW EA9 Ceuta and Melill 9w2dya

20120127 02:07 7163.0 UY5AA Thanks! UR Ukraine 9w2dya

20120127 02:08 7163.0 CT2GSN Thanks! CT Portugal 9w2dya

20120127 02:09 7163.0 EA9BW Thanks! EA9 Ceuta and Melill 9w2dya

20120127 02:09 7163.0 W3WMD Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 02:10 7163.0 EA9BW Thanks! EA9 Ceuta and Melill 9w2dya

20120127 02:10 7163.0 UY5AA UR Ukraine 9w2dya

20120127 02:11 7163.0 W3WMD Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 02:13 7163.0 RN4AA Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120127 02:13 7163.0 UY5AA UR Ukraine 9w2dya

20120127 02:14 7163.0 EA9BW Thanks! EA9 Ceuta and Melill 9w2dya

20120127 02:15 7163.0 EA9BW Thanks! EA9 Ceuta and Melill 9w2dya

20120127 02:15 7163.0 ES2EZ Thanks! ES Estonia 9w2dya

20120127 02:16 7163.0 DL5RBW Thanks! DL Germany 9w2dya

20120127 02:16 7163.0 ES2EZ Thanks! ES Estonia 9w2dya

20120127 02:18 7163.0 DL5RBW Thanks! DL Germany 9w2dya

20120127 02:19 7163.0 RK3PA Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120127 02:19 7163.0 DL0XAX Thanks! DL Germany 9w2dya

20120127 02:20 7163.0 ES2EZ Thanks! ES Estonia 9w2dya

20120127 02:20 7163.0 UK9AA Thanks! UK Uzbekistan 9w2dya

20120127 02:21 7163.0 ES2EZ Thanks! ES Estonia 9w2dya

20120127 02:23 7163.0 UK9AA Thanks! UK Uzbekistan 9w2dya

20120127 02:25 7163.0 RW6FP Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120127 02:25 7163.0 WA4ZNY Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120127 02:27 7163.0 RW6FP Thanks! UA European Russia 9w2dya

20120127 02:27 7163.0 KP4MS Thanks! KP4 Puerto Rico 9w2dya

20120127 02:28 7163.0 KP4MS Thanks! KP4 Puerto Rico 9w2dya

WebSDR @ YO3GGX Bucharest Romania.


http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

Pitcairn DX-Pedition, VP6T

20120126 04:21 7085.0 RU6L UA European Russia 9w2dya


20120126 04:23 7085.0 OE6MDF Thanks! OE Austria 9w2dya

20120126 04:25 7085.0 WA1DI Thanks! K United States 9w2dya

20120126 04:27 7085.0 UR3HC UR Ukraine 9w2dya

20120126 04:27 7085.0 UR3HC Thanks! UR Ukraine 9w2dya

20120126 04:28 7085.0 EA1US Thanks! EA Spain 9w2dya

20120126 04:29 7085.0 IZ1LBG Thanks! I Italy 9w2dya

20120126 04:30 7085.0 SV1SNX Thanks! ! SV Greece 9w2dya

20120126 04:40 7085.0 VP6T VP6 Pitcairn I. 9w2dya

This is a WebSDR receiver. Approximate location of the receiver is: Latitude 41.670679 , Longitude -71.499541 (Warwick, Rhode Island, USA). The receiver is operated by N8LI ( aka VU2LID -
 
http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

Monitor 7.130MHz melalui webSDR

Aku teringin juga monitor Malaysian 40 meter Net yang dijalankan mengikut jadual yang terdapat dalam blog http://7130khz.blogspot.com/  Menurut jadual yang tertera pada hari ini Rabu 25 Januari dijadualkan jam 9.30 malam waktu tempatan. Pengawal rangkaian yang dipertanggungjawabkan adalah 9M2ODY.

Oleh disebabkan aku masih belum mempunyai peralatan HF maka untuk monitornya aku menggunakan internet sahaja melalui webSDR  http://websdr.org/. Melalui receiver webSDR kita boleh memantau aktiviti rakan-rakan difrekuensi.

Maka tepat jam 9.30 malam aku mencari mana-mana stesen receiver webSDR yang mempunyai jalur 40M yang frekuensinya mencapai 7.130MHz. Hanya terdapat tiga stesen yang boleh membantu aku untuk monitor 40m net ini. Semuanya QTH di Eropah iaitu di Sepanyol, Poland dan Romania. Stesen di Amerika senyap sepi sahaja, cuma di Eropah banyak kedengaran audio.

Stesen pertama aku cuba monitor di frekuensi ini adalah webSDR at IDeTIC, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Sepanyol. Aku terus ke 7.130MHz tetapi tidak kedengaran sebarang audio.

Stesen kedua pula ialah webSDR SP3PGX club station at University of Zielona Gora di Poland. Masih lagi tidak kedengaran sebarang audio kalau-kalaulah audio dari rakan 9M ke udara.

Stesen terakhir adalah webSDR on Softrock Lite II located in Bucharest di Romania. Ketika ini masih lagi tiada sebarang audio kemudian kedengaran rakan berbahasa Sepanyol menyebut ciku ciku.

Maka kesimpulannya audio rakan dari Malaysia tidak kedengaran langsung di Eropah. Propagasi tidak membuka ke Eropah atau sebaliknya untuk jalur 40m malam ini. Merujuk kepada Solar Terrestrial Data Band 40m malam ini adalah poor ketika itu.

Harap rakan 9M yang check-in malam tadi boleh memberi maklum balas  adakah net ini dijalankan seperti yang dijadualkan? Mana tahu satu hari nanti  Malaysian 10M net pula akan diadakan. Ini dapat memberi peluang kepada rakan 9W yang aktif HF untuk check-in pula.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

Current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ

Current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ                                                              04:14:19 UTC 25 Jan 2012


By number of lookups in the past 15 minutes

 HK0NA 108

VP6T 70

TN2T 36

S57ET 18

K8ND 16

W4RX 13

UY2IN 12

9J2BO 12

OK2LT 11

KC7WLL 10

KC8LAO 10

N4MY 10

PJ4M 9

XE1YFS 9

BD7JUI 8

ST2AR 8

XE1GZU 8

T32TR 7

OE5MSM 7

EA1CYK 7

KC6NDC 6

VK0TH 6

XE1ZTW 6

FO4BM 6

HC5NRF 6

EA5RQ 6

DL8DC 5

BY1OK 5

AD4C 5

W6ENZ 5

TG9AHM 5

YB2CPO 4

9M2ESM 4

VP8DNT 4

W2PNE 4

W6KVA 4

PU2SDX 4

ZS1JX 4

KH6QR 4

9M8WAT 4

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

CQ 40

20120124 15:53 7169.4 iz7kny I Italy 9W2DYA


20120124 16:11 7147.5 9A208DX Thanks! 9A Croatia 9W2DYA

20120124 16:13 7147.5 RA4HHW Thanks! UA European Russia 9W2DYA

20120124 16:15 7147.5 OK1MDS Thanks! OK Czech Republic 9W2DYA

20120124 16:16 7147.5 OZ8CTH Thanks! OZ Denmark 9W2DYA

20120124 16:17 7147.5 OZ1KNT Thanks! OZ Denmark 9W2DYA

20120124 16:25 7137.0 OZ8CTH Thanks! OZ Denmark 9W2DYA

20120124 16:26 7137.0 ON7USB Thanks! ON Belgium 9W2DYA

20120124 16:26 7137.0 RN4HJQ Thanks! UA European Russia 9W2DYA

20120124 16:32 7137.0 IW1REG Thanks! I Italy 9W2DYA

This is a WebSDR receiver, located in southern part of Germany at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.


http://auk-server.amateurfunk.uni-karlsruhe.de:8901/
 
http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

Major Solar Storm Hits Earth

The largest solar radiation storm since 2005 has struck the Earth, touching off radio blackouts, geomagnetic storms and aurora displays in upper latitudes. According to CQ Propagation Editor Tomas Hood, NW7US, a long-duration magnitude M8.7 (M9-class) X-ray flare erupted in NOAA Active Sunspot Region (AR) 1402 on January 23, peaking at 0359 UTC. This flare triggered a proton event, resulting in an S3 (Strong) Radiation (Proton) Storm and a Polar Cap Absorption (PCA) event over the polar regions.


This PCA event caused a complete radio blackout over high-latitude and polar regions. This results in any trans-polar radio paths to become as dead as a rock. This solar proton radiation storm is the strongest of the current solar cycle.

In addition, NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center said plasma from an associated coronal mass ejection was expected to arrive on January 24, with storm conditions extending into the 25th.Watch for additional degradation of HF radio conditions and enhanced auroral conditions on VHF.

http://cqnewsroom.blogspot.com/2012/01/major-solar-storm-hits-earth.html

2011 WPX SSB RESULTS SINGLE OPERATOR

West Malaysia

                                Band   Final Score Number of QSOs Prefixes

9M2NNM                 A        432776                604                   376
9M2TO                     A         53280                 182                   148
9M2IDJ                    28        36890                 132                   119
9M2CQC                 14        136728                237                   216
9M2ZAK                  A          47150                151                   115
9M2MRS                 A           1224                  25                       24
9W2ESM                 28         14475                 86                       75
9W2WWW              28           2640                 36                       30
9W2CBL                  28          1430                 25                       22
9W2CEH                  28           198                 10                          9


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World Radiocommunication Conference 2012 (WRC-12)



World Radiocommunication Conference opens in Geneva


Focus on spectrum and satellite orbital resources will have global implications for a wireless future

Geneva, 23 January 2012 – The World Radiocommunication Conference opened in Geneva today to review and revise the Radio Regulations, the international treaty governing the use of radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits.



The work of this international treaty-making Conference will be conducted over four weeks until 17 February to address the changes required to the regulation of orbit/spectrum resources in the interest of the users of these scarce resources, with global implications for policy-makers, regulators, the industry as well as end-users.



Mr Tarek Al Awadhi of the United Arab Emirates was appointed Chairman of the World Radiocommunication Conference along with six Vice Chairmen: Mr D. Anstrom (United States), Mr E. Fournier (France), Mr A. Nalbandian (Armenia), Mr M. Ouhadj (Algeria), Mr H. Al-Shankiti (Saudi Arabia) and Mr A.R. Jamieson (New Zealand).



Over 3000 participants, representing more than 150 out of the ITU’s 193 Member States are expected to attend the four-week conference, making it one of the most significant ITU events. About 100 Observers from among ITU’s 700 private sector members along with international organizations will also attend the 2012 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-12).



“The World Radiocommunication Conference will review and modify global spectrum regulations to ensure that this most precious resource is used effectively to benefit all players,” ITU Secretary-General Hamadoun Touré said. “The aim is to ensure reliable radio services are available everywhere and at any time enabling people to live and travel safely while enjoying high performance radiocommunications.”



François Rancy, Director of ITU’s Radiocommunication Bureau, said, “The decisions taken by the ITU Membership during WRC-12 will play a vital role in contributing towards improved access and development of ICT wireless infrastructure, in particular in meeting the challenges of mobile broadband and ensuring that ICTs work for the benefit of all the world’s people. The objective is to enable the introduction of the latest technological developments, while protecting investments and favouring economies of scale.”



Fuelled by rapid technological developments in information and communication technologies (ICT) along with increasing convergence of radiocommunication services in today’s communication devices, there is an urgent need to ensure the best efficiencies in the use of spectrum, a finite resource. WRC-12 will examine the technical, regulatory and operational aspects to address frequency allocation and frequency sharing to ensure high quality of radiocommunication services for maritime and aeronautical transport as well as for scientific purposes related to the environment, meteorology and climatology, disaster prediction, mitigation and relief.



The management of satellite orbital slots and associated spectrum resources will be a key area of focus for WRC-12.The Conference goal will be to ensure that the modifications made to the international procedures for the coordination and registration of satellite systems provide for equitable and efficient use of these resources.



WRC-12 will also advance the introduction of mobile broadband and other advanced technologies such as the development of Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV), promote the use of the digital dividend resulting from the switch over to digital TV, as well as consider the potential for radiocommunications to act as a catalyst to reduce the impact of human activity on the environment.

For more information, please see www.itu.int/net/newsroom/wrc/2012/index.aspx or contact:

C21HA

DX-pedition Nauru Island, C21HA


10/01/2012 - 8/02/2012

by HA5AO and HA5UK

Nauru


The first week went away of our 4 weeks activation of Nauru. The antennas in the sea need daily maintenance. The sea is very rough and destructive. The high tide is cc. 2 meters with 1-1.5 meter high very strong waves. We can do the maintenance during the low tide, at noon. The temperature is in the sun around is 40 Co or even more, so it is very hard to working 2-3 hours in the sun every day.


The propagation was not really good in this week. The low bands, 160 and 80 meters are very noisy. The equatorial noise level is S5-S9. Not really possible to work on the low bands. The higher bands are quite O.K. to NA/SA direction. AS and OC is not a problem from here. However the EU openings are very poor. The signal level from EU is around the noise level. Very difficult to copy the EU stations. Everyone from Europe are like a very small pistol here. The operating attitude also does not help us to copy the stations. We are fully aware of the EU opening times on different bands. We are fully aware of the propagation. We try to do our best but needs your help to working with EU station. EU stations, please be patient, please listen, listen and listen. Repeat your full callsign three, four times with 20-25 wpm maximum. If we can copy a fragment only, please do not call if it does not match with your callsign. Repeat your full callsign two three times. Please check the on line log. Do not work again if you are in the log. You must cooperate. We also have strong QRM from near station, probably from VK, in the pile-up window and as well as on our QRG. It is a pity and we can not understand this attitude.

http://ha5ao.novolab.hu/

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

VP6T

DATES and OBJECTIVES


20th January to 04th February 2012, DXCC entity = Pitcairn Island, all 9 HF bands, 160-10 m.

After their successful operation from French Polynesia in February 2010 as TX4T, three of the four operators, joined by two new operators, are pleased to announce a new major DXpedition to CQ Zone 32 and to the famous and mythical Pitcairn Island in the heart of the Pacific Ocean

This DX operation from Pitcairn has a target of more than 30,000 QSOs. With good propagation forecast for early 2012, efforts will be made to give this extremely rare entity to deserving DXers on as many bands as possible, but especially on the low bands. The rarity of VP6 ensures that all operators will be kept fully occupied during our nine full days on the island. We will be travelling there by boat. We are planning to have three stations active round-the-clock.

Travelling to Pitcairn is not easy. There are only limited travel opportunities to get there. January has been chosen as the optimum time for HF propagation to the major centres of amateur radio activity, at the heart of winter in the Northern hemisphere.

The principal objective is to offer DXers worldwide the chance to make at least one contact with this remote DXCC entity that hasn’t seen any large-scale amateur DX-pedition operation for the past decade.

All nine HF bands will be activated to offer new band slots to the DXCC Challenge chasers. The team will make a particular effort to focus on contacts with Europe and the US East Coast. Openings to Europe will be short. We will pay special attention to sunrise and sunset times. We count on the discipline and fair play of US West Coast operators to give a chance to the propagation-challenged continents.

http://www.vp6t.org/

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

TN2T


After 6 months of trying to get a license for TN, we're delighted to inform you that our next DX pedition is a GO! During our previous expedition as 9Q50ON, we made a special effort to hand out a new country on the lower bands. We logged over 500 QSO's on 160, and about 1350 QSO's on 80m. This time we will improve our RX ability with the K7TJR receiving system using 4 verticals, to have a better S/N ratio and the possibility to switch in 4 directions. We can use this RX system simultaneous on two radio's!(80m and 160m)

On the higher bands the QSO impact will be much higher than the 9Q50ON operation, where we had few QSO's on 10m! Even 6m could be possible!
Most of the team members have been active on several Dxpedition adventures.
Our operating site is near the sea. This will improve our signal strength in most parts of the globe, especially on the lower bands.
Dates : Sunday January 22nd until Tuesday 31st

http://www.tn2t.be/

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CQ DX de VE3AXW

20120115 00:55 7122.0 EA5AVL EA Spain 9W2DYA


20120115 00:56 7122.0 VE3AXW Thanks! VE Canada 9W2DYA

20120115 00:58 7122.0 EB7CVL Thanks! EA Spain 9W2DYA

20120115 01:00 7122.0 UA6BQU Thanks! UA European Russia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:01 7122.0 VE3AXW Thanks! VE Canada 9W2DYA

20120115 01:04 7122.0 GW3LDC Thanks! ! GW Wales 9W2DYA

20120115 01:05 7122.0 UR4MSF Thanks, new DXCC country! UR Ukraine 9W2DYA

20120115 01:06 7122.0 SP9QZW Thanks! SP Poland 9W2DYA

20120115 01:08 7122.0 HK3BKQ Thanks! ! HK Colombia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:11 7122.0 IZ0IWM Thanks, new DXCC country! I Italy 9W2DYA

20120115 01:13 7122.0 GW1ZYN Thanks! GW Wales 9W2DYA

20120115 01:13 7122.0 YY5CHJ Thanks! YV Venezuela 9W2DYA

20120115 01:14 7122.0 OE6BMG Thanks! OE Austria 9W2DYA

20120115 01:17 7122.0 UR5UBD Thanks! UR Ukraine 9W2DYA

20120115 01:18 7122.0 M0SON Thanks! G England 9W2DYA

20120115 01:19 7122.0 9A2UP Thanks! 9A Croatia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:19 7122.0 IT9CEP Thanks! I Italy 9W2DYA

20120115 01:20 7122.0 YL2GB Thanks! ! YL Latvia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:21 7122.0 DJ1AG Thanks, new DXCC country! DL Germany 9W2DYA

20120115 01:23 7122.0 YL2GB Thanks! YL Latvia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:24 7122.0 UA6CDY Thanks! UA European Russia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:25 7122.0 US1IW Thanks! UR Ukraine 9W2DYA

20120115 01:25 7122.0 US1MG Thanks! UR Ukraine 9W2DYA

20120115 01:27 7122.0 CO7PH Thanks! CM Cuba 9W2DYA

20120115 01:28 7122.0 UA0SJ Thanks! UA9 Asiatic Russia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:29 7122.0 OK1VHV Thanks! OK Czech Republic 9W2DYA

20120115 01:31 7122.0 DL2RBE Thanks! DL Germany 9W2DYA

20120115 01:32 7122.0 9A4KH Thanks! 9A Croatia 9W2DYA

20120115 01:35 7120.0 UX2IO Thanks! UR Ukraine 9W2DYA

Welcome to our WebSDR receiver located in the Technological Institute for Development and Innovation in Communications (IDeTIC), at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC). Our QTH locator is IL28GB. It is operated by Himar Alonso, EA8CXD,
 
http://websdr.idetic.ulpgc.es:8901/
 
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CQ DX Long Path OT4A

20120113 15:40 7142.7 ot4a ON Belgium 9W2DYA


20120113 15:47 7143.0 OT4A Thanks! ON Belgium 9W2DYA

20120113 15:48 7143.0 YB6EN Thanks! ! YB Indonesia 9W2DYA

This receiver is located in the SP3PGX ham radio club at the University of Zielona Gora, Poland, JO71SW.


http://websdr.sp3pgx.uz.zgora.pl:8901/

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Current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ

Current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ                                                                          00:55:45 UTC 12 Jan 2012


By number of lookups in the past 15 minutes

4W0VB 46

9Y4D 29

GM7AAJ 26

IZ0PED 26

9M6XRO 20

9A201MB 23

KB1AP 20

HK0NA 18

DP1POL 16

ES3AX 16

PV8ADI 16

W1MO 14

EA8UP 11

JA2AJA 11

9M2MRS 10

N5DRB 10

JG3UVN 10

K3Y 9

N2PGO 9

W3LPL 9

RK6DP 8

UK6AC 7

UA4WHX 6

PY2SRL 5

VA6POP 5

6Y5WJ 5

LU3MCJ 5

WA2EAJ 5

W5SE 5

9A2Z 5

HR1EPZ 5

VK0TH 5

K4ZKU 4

YB1AR 4

KP4MP 4

NM1R 4

W7ALW 4

N1VMC 4

V85SS 4

ON3RY 4

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GPS Positioning errors

GPS Positioning errors can be caused by:

1. metals used in windshields (defrosters, window-tinting material, etc.).

2. the number of satellites stations being received by your unit.

3. space weather caused by the sun, its sunspots, and various eruptions of solar matter.

Sources: CQ. November 2011 page 102

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Kayuhan Basikal Radio Amatur 1 Malaysia


Salam kepada semua pengunjung blog ini especially kepada cycler-cycler...


Satu event Kayuhan Basikal Radio Amatur 1 Malaysia akan diadakan di Seremban, Negeri Sembilan pada:



Tarikh : 31 March 2012

Masa : 8.00am

Tempat : Taman Pinggiran Senawang, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.



- Terbuka kepada semua warganegara Malaysia dan berumur 18 tahun dan keatas.

- Jarak kayuhan adalah sejauh 35 km.

- Semua peserta adalah DIWAJIBKAN mengisi “Indemnity Form”.

- Tarikh tutup penyertaan 16 March 2012 jam 5:00 petang. Selepas tarikh tutup tiada T-shirt.

- Yuran Pendaftaran sebanyak RM50.00 seorang peserta.



Untuk Maklumat lanjut sila hubungi:



1) Mohd Taib bin Talib, No tel: 012-9731313

2) Mazlan bin Abdul malek, No tel: 019-5707657

3) Wan Razmani bin Wan Abdul Majid, No tel: 013-6416046

4) Badrul Hisham bin Abd Satar, No tel: 019-3672362

Borang Penyertaan dan Syarat Penyertaan boleh didapati seperti di bawah. Sila isi Borang dan email / fax ke 9w2tbd@gmail.com. Pembayaran boleh dibuat melalui online banking MAYBANK Acc. No.: 505130206355 (Twenty Seven Enterprise). Sila kemukakan / email resit pembayaran yang di buat beserta dengan Borang Penyertaan.



HADIAH:

1st = Wang Tunai + Bicycle Helmet + Saddle Bag

2nd = Wang Tunai + Bicycle Helmet + Saddle Bag

3rd = Wang Tunai + Bicycle helmat + Saddle Bag

4th = Wang Tunai + Bicycle Helmet

5th = Wang Tunai + Saddle Bag

6th = Wang Tunai

7th = Wang Tunai

8th = Wang Tunai

9th = Wang Tunai

10th = Wang Tunai

Satu event kayuhan basikal yang pastinya menjanjikan 'enjoyable and excitement....' Sekian.

http://kayuhanbasikalradioamatur.blogspot.com/

VK3SAT



Two members of the Victorian Scout Radio & Electronics Service Unit will be again hiking the French Island National Park southeast of Melbourne to operate the scout callsign VK3SAT for the Keith Roget Memorial National Parks Award. Peter VK3ZPF and Matt VK2ADF will be active from Fairhaven camping ground on 7 and 8 January 2012.


The bands proposed are 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m and 10m using wire antennas.

The team will carry all of the gear in backpacks, riding the ferry across and hiking to the camp site.

VK3SAT hopes to make many contacts and will be QRV Saturday afternoon and evening and Sunday morning.

French Island is also part of the OC-136 IOTA group.

VK3SAT will attempt to keep the published schedule, but please understand thattheyhave limited battery capacity and are at the mercy of the weather.





Saturday 7 January 2012

Band Frequency Local UTC (7 Jan 2012)

10m 28.480 1300 0200

15m 21.200 1400 0300

20m 14.190 1500 0400

40m 7.100 1700 0600

40m 7.145 1930 0830

80m 3.610 2000 0900



Sunday 8 January 2012

Band Frequency Local UTC (7 Jan 2012)

80m 3.610 0800 2100

40m 7.100 0830 2130

20m 14.190 0900 2200

15m 21.200 0930 2230

10m 28.480 1000 2300





The SRESU is a service unit of the Scouts Australia, Victorian Branch. Established to provide radio and electronics related services for Scouts, the SRESU provides health and welfare communications for large Scouting activities, helps Scouts obtain amateur radio licences by running theory classes and examinations and is responsible for co-ordination of the annual event Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) and Jamboree On The Internet (JOTI) in Victoria.

The SRESU also participate in contests and field activities often using the VK3SAT callsign.

Current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ

Current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ                                                               06:17:05 UTC 7 Jan 2012
By number of lookups in the past 15 minutes

 F4BVO 229

CX2SC 117

VK0TH 56

I2GPT 30

YI1IRQ 26

YO3CZW 24

TR8CA 24

A71AM 22

VP6DB 22

VE7SV 21

VK4FO 17

IZ7NLJ 16

KY4K 16

A71BU 16

RX9WN 15

VK2GWK 15

KB3USN 13

KE8M 12

KB3UHN 11

ZS1JX 11

DF2BO 11

K7MOA 11

VK3SAT 11

D2EB 10

ZL2LD 9

VU2AU 9

FK8IK 9

N2PL 8

AF6SA 8

9M2NZI 8

HA8RM 8

XE2JA 7

VA3MJR 7

F5POJ 7

YV5KG 7

XE2MVY 6

YW6MOTO 6

RA0AD 6

JY4CI 6

UT7EM 6

Tahniah 9M2NZI callsign anda telah tersenarai dalam current Hot Callsigns @ QRZ. Apakah significantnya?

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com/

KEPIMPINAN DALAM REKREASI

KEPIMPINAN DALAM REKREASI


Etika Pembimbing



1. Utamakan keselamatan semua yang terlibat pada setiap masa.

2. Mempunyai pengetahuan, kemahiran dan pengalaman dalam bidang yang diceburi.

3. Memberi peluang perkembangan individu yang optimum untuk menyesuaikan dengan

keadaan.

4. Berusaha menerokai bidang-bidang baru yang lebih mencabar.

5. Berkeyakinan dalam melaksanakan tugas yang diberi.

6. Menghormati kemampuan setiap individu.

7. Berkhidmat dengan sukarela.





Kualiti Pembimbing



Setiap pembimbing mestilah berusaha untuk memantapkan kualiti diri sebagai seorang insan yang diamanahkan untuk menyampai ilmu:

1. Tegas dalam usaha mencapai objektif dan matlamat.

2. Mengamalkan kaedah pengajaran yang berkesan.

3. Kepimpinan yang positif.

4. Amanah dalam tugas.

5. Cekap.

6. Berwawasan.

7. Patuh kepada etika.

8. Memahami adaptasi terhadap klien / peserta.





Tanggungjawab Pembimbing



1. Tehadap rakan sejawat

v Menjaga nama baik profesionalisme pembimbing.

v Memberi kerjasama yang optimum.

v Bertanggungjawab.



2. Terhadap klien / peserta

v Keselamatan.

v Layanan yang adil.

v Merahsiakan maklumat yang perlu dirahsiakan.

v Menjaga etika dan tatasusila.

v Mendapatkan pengetahuan dan maklumat terkini.



3. Terhadap pentadbir

v Menurut perintah.

v Menyempurnakan tanggungjawab.

v Menjaga nama baik institusi dan organisasi.

v Memberi serta menerima pandangan yang membina.



4. Terhadap program

v Memastikan matlamat tercapai.

v Perlaksanaan aktiviti berjalan dengan lancar.

v Membuat penilaian dan laporan aktiviti.



5. Terhadap profesion

v Sentiasa mengekalkan tahap profesionalisme yang tinggi.

v Menghargai nilai dan etika profesion.

v Berusaha mengekalkan dan mempertingkatkan prestasi dalam pelbagai bidang.





Bidang Tugas Pembimbing



Perancangan



1. Menyediakan kertas kerja / cadangan

2. Membentuk ahli jawatankuasa pengelola

3. Membentuk ahli jawatankuasa kerja

4. Mesyuarat merangka program / penjadualan

5. Menyediakan anggaran perbelanjaan

6. Menentukan pemilihan tempat dan masa yang sesuai.

7. Mengambil kira aspek keselamatan



Persediaan



1. Penyusunan aktiviti terperinci

2. Mesyuarat / taklimat penyelarasan

3. Senarai semak peralatan

4. Pengagihan tugas

5. Keselamatan

6. Urusan surat menyurat



Di Tapak Amali



1. Keselamatan (manusia dan peralatan)

2. Penyampaian pengetahuan atau tunjukcara

3. Penilaan semasa



Penilaian



1. Mengadakan post mortem keseluruhan program

2. Pencapaian matlamat / objektif

3. Laporan sepanjang amali

4. Cadangan untuk meingkatkan kualiti pembimbing dan peserta





Pendekatan ke arah peningkatan profesionalisme

Seorang pemimpin berkesan perlu berusaha untuk membina kualiti yang disenaraikan di dalam dirinya.



Ø Mempunyai cara berkomunikasi dan berinteraksi yang berkesan

Ø Mengemaskinikan pengetahuan di dalam bidang yang diceburi

Ø Menggunakan kaedah yang sesuai dengan kumpulan sasaran

Ø Bersikap rasional dan peka terhadap persekitaran yang dinamik

Ø Mempunyai keyakinan diri

Ø Berdisiplin kendiri dan berwibawa

Ø Corak (style) kepimpinan yang sesuai dengan situasi

Ø Mengamalkan nilai-nilai murni

Ø Sihat fizikal, emosi, intelek, rohani dan sosial





DETERMINATION
“There is no trying. There is only doing or not doing”

http://persatuanpembimbingrekreasiluar.blogspot.com/2009/02/kepimpinan-dalam-rekreasi.html

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Karnival Komuniti 1 Malaysia

SKMM - Anda dijemput hadir ke Karnival Komuniti 1 Malaysia dr 6-8 Januari 2012 (8pg - 10mlm) di Padang Awam, Bkt Sentosa, Hulu Selangor. Datanglah beramai-ramai!


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Eyeball Di Ambang 2012

Di Dewan Kinrara pada 31.12.2011  9M4RBC

Eyeball menyambut ambang 2012 telah berlangsung di Dewan Bandara Kinrara 2 dianjurkan Astra wilayah Tengah ( mungkin tukar ke nama lain ). Acara bermula jam 10.35 malam yang dipengerusikan oleh 9W2JQQ mengalu-alukan kedatangan rakan-rakan. Kemudian dimulakan Bacaan Doa bagi memberkati program pada malam ini.

Selepas bacaan doa ucapan dari Pengurus Komuniti Astra kawasan Tengah iaitu 9W2XYM. Beliau mengucapkan ribuan terima kasih atas kejayaan 9W2EDK dan rakan-rakan membantu membaik pulih pengulang 9M4RBC dengan ikhlas tanpa meminta sebarang balasan. Inilah semangat ham yang sejati membantu menaikkan lagi semangat ham dikalangan kita yang harus dicontohi bersama.

Seterusnya acara ucapan dari Penasihat Komuniti Astra kawasan Tengah iaitu 9M2YRS. Sempena tahun baru beliau menyarankan transformasi dikalangan ham. Perubahan yang baik perlu dilakukan terutama tentang SOP semasa menggunakan frekuensi. Banyak kesilapan dan kesalahan masih berlaku ketika QSO, oleh itu sama-samalah kita perbaikinya kerana semua SOP adalah sama diseluruh dunia.

Contohnya salam contact perdana perlulah kita mengenalkan working condition bukannya memperkenalkan tentang keluarga kita. Pengetahuan juga perlu ditingkatkan lagi terutama tentang teknikal. Bila bercerita tentang antena kita perlu tahu tentang jenis antena bukannya jenama. Kebanyakan dari kita lebih berbangga tentang jenama yang dipakai atau mungkin kita tidak tahu apa sebenarnya jenis antena itu. 

Rakan ham juga perlu mesra dan ramah-tamah dengan rakan swl dan rakan komersial. Kita perlu mengajak mereka mengenalkan tentang radio dan membentu mereka sehingga berjaya mendapat lesen. Cara ini dapat meramaikan lagi rakan ham terutama eyeball, kita boleh bercerita tentang apa-apa yang menarik tentang radio.

Selepas itu sesi memperkenal 9M diadakan. Pentingnya mengenali 9M dikalangan swl apabila telah lulus perlu mendapatkan dua tandatangan oleh mereka. Selain itu mereka juga boleh tunjuk ajar dan membantu segala masalah yang dihadapi oleh swl. Antara 9M yang diperkenalkan adalah 9M2RIE, 9M2TRX. 9M2AUR, 9M2AIS dan 9M2YRS. Semua 9M yang ada pada malam malam itu penulis pernah QSO. Terasa bangga dapat mengenal mereka dengan lebih dekat lagi.

Semoga tahun baru ini merancakkan lagi dunia radio amatur di negara kita. Harap pelbagai aktiviti diadakan dengan lebih kerap lagi. Sama-sama kita berusaha meningkatkan mutu radio amatur di mata dunia. Terima kasih juga pada pihak penganjur dan juga kepada rakan-rakan yang bersama-sama menjayakan program ini. Ramai juga dapat bersalaman didaratan dan mendapat pengetahuan baru.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

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