Radio Room 9M4SEA






QSL card aku dapat semasa berkunjung di radio room sempena 40th SEANET convention yang berlangsung dari 23 November 2012 hingga 27 November 2012. Ia berlangsung di Hotel Dynasty Kuala Lumpur.

Kedudukan radio room ini terletak di tingkat 30 dan menarik merupakan tingkat yang paling atas letaknya juga kolam renang. Kedudukan yang terbuka memudahkan antena dipacakkan di atas ini. Ruang yang agak sempit di dalam tidak menyukarkan untuk mengendalikan radio dan juga mempamerkan 10 buah radio untuk tatapan peminat radio.


Sampai di sana pagi tadi aku sempat bersalaman dengan beberapa rakan terutama rakan teknikal 9M2RDX, 9W2RUT dan 9M2KRZ dan juga otai-otai 9M. Aku sempat bersalaman juga dengan rakan Gemilang Brunei yang baru tiba untuk memesan baju t-shirt dan topi program.


Hari ini delegasi-delegasi membuat lawatan di Bandaraya bagi melengkapkan jadual program.


Ramai rakan yang hadir memberi sokongan melihat radio room ini. Aku juga dapat melihat pelbagai model radio yang agak antik tetapi masih dapat berfungsi lagi. Melihat secara langsung barulah aku tahu betapa bernilai radio itu untuk tatapan bersama. Pasti ia sukar dicari dan nilainya semakin tinggi walaupun teknologi semakin canggih.

Terima kasih kepada rakan-rakan yang bersama-sama dapat berkongsi cerita dan pengalaman mengenai radio ini. Minggu depan jangan lupa Field Day 2012.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA
http://9w2dya.blogspot.com

9M2SJR



Sukacita dimaklumkan bahawa permohonan callsign 9M2SJR (Special Event Callsign) untuk Program Dxing SEMPENA HARI KEPUTERAAN DYMM SULTAN JOHOR PADA 24 - 25 NOVEMBER 2012 telah LULUS. Berikut adalah butiran Program Dxing Sempena Hari Keputeraan DYMM Sultan Johor:

Tarikh : 24hb – 25hb November 2012
...
Tempat : Tanjung Emas, Muar, Johor.
Stn. Master : 9M2FX
Penganjur : JASRA

Hubungi 9w2hoz 019-7770435 / 9w2ayx 019-6862227 untuk maklumat lanjut.

Mencari dan Menyelamat


Anggota ekspedisi Gunung Benom yang hilang dijumpai pagi ini


JERANTUT 19 Nov. -- Seorang anggota ekspedisi Jabatan Muzium Negara yang hilang ketika mendaki Gunung Benom dekat sini tiga hari lepas, ditemui dalam keadaan selamat hari ini.
Nur Liyana Mohd Tahir, 25, ditemui penduduk yang terlibat dalam operasi mencari dan menyelamat berdekatan hutan di Kampung Perlok Ulu Cheka dekat Jerantut pukul 9.30 pagi ini.
Ketua Polis Daerah Jerantut Supt. Mohd Azid Ismail berkata mangsa berada dalam keadaan keletihan dan telah dihantar ke Hospital Jerantut untuk pemeriksaan lanjut. - BERNAMA


Petikan berita diatas melaporkan bahawa operasi mencari dan menyelamat telah berjaya menjumpai mangsa dalam keadaan selamat. Apa yang penulis hendak tekan disini adalah kerjasama semua pihak yang jitu telah membuahkan hasil sehingga berjaya menemui pendaki yang hilang.

Berita kehilangan pendaki di Gunung Benom ini mendapat perhatian kerana ia melibatkan nyawa manusia. Semua orang menanti dan mengharap agar mangsa dapat ditemui dengan selamat.

Perkembangan terkini dilaporkan dinternet melalui facebook oleh insan-insan yang mengharapkan mangsa diketemui. Namun, semangat untuk membantu sesama insan telah mendorong beberapa individu melancarkan gerakan mencari dan menyelamat.

Sekalung tahniah diucapkan kepada individu secara sukarela membantu mencari mangsa turut dibantu oleh penduduk kampung seperti yang dilaporkan oleh media. Tidak lupa juga pihak berkuasa yang melancarkan gerakan mencari dan menyelamat ini.

Pihak Persatuan Radio Amatur Pahang (Peramah) telah membenarkan pengulang digunakan untuk tujuan menyelamat ini. Inilah pentingnya fungsi radio amatur apabila berlaku saat kecemasan.

Peramah juga telah terlibat dalam operasi mencari dan menyelamat di Air Terjun Pelangi, Sungai Lembing. Mangsa telah dijumpai jam 12.58 tadi didasar tasik dan dukacitanya mangsa tidak dapat diselamatkan. Operasi ditamatkan pada jam 1340 yang telah dilaporkan oleh Mohamad Norzam Abas dalam facebook Peramah.

Begitu tinggi pengorbanan rakan ham kita dalam tiga hari ini untuk membantu dalam operasi dan menyelamat. Kepakaran yang dimiliki digunakan bagi berbakti kepada masyarakat setempat. Kemudahan dan peralatan yang dimiliki digunakan sepenuhnya bagi melancarkan operasi ini.

Bagi rakan pendaki pula, kepakaran dalam selok-belok hutan dan kemampuan fizikal amat diperlukan bagi operasi sebegini. Ada dalam kalangan mereka ini mempunyai kemahiran navigasi survival dan dapat memberi bantu mula disaat diperlukan. Ada yang mahir setiap cerok sudut lantai hutan dan gunung-gunung di Malaysia ini. Jadi sudah pasti khidmat mereka sangat diperlukan ketika berlaku sesuatu kecemasan.

Ada dalam kalangan mereka juga pemegang lesen radio amatur yang memudahkan lagi urusan komunikasi. Gabungan seperti ini memudahkan lagi urusan menyelamat dan mempercepatkan lagi agar mangsa dapat diselamatkan.

Koordinasi semua pihak terlibat dapat melancarkan urusan menyelamat. Adanya radio amatur menjadi perantara komunikasi dengan agensi kerajaan yang lain. Setiap agensi kerajaan mempunyai jalur sendiri dan berbeza.

Kerjasama yang erat semua pihak ini harus diteruskan agar setiap bencana dan musibah pada masa hadapan diatasi dengan bijak dan baik. Penambahbaikan seharusnya dilakukan agar memudahkan kerja di masa hadapan. Semua pihak harus siap siaga bagi menghadapi sebarang kemungkinan lebih-lebih lagi dimusim hujan ini.
 
Pada 1 dan 2 Disember ini pihak Malaysian Amateur Radio League akan mengadakan National Field Day 2012 bertempat di Tasek Taman Jaya, Petaling Jaya. Aktiviti radio amatur ini menjalankan simulasi perhubungan radio seluruh negara apabila berlakunya sesuatu bencana. Pada ketika ini semua stesen hanya akan menggunakan kuasa bateri atau generator sahaja. Semua pihak dijemput untuk melihat bagaimana aktiviti radio amatur ini dijalankan. Tentu seronok melihat sesuatu perkara yang baru.

Sebenarnya aktiviti ini sangat penting kerana kita dapat mengetahui kemampuan kita dalam menghadapi sesuatu bencana. Perkhidmatan radio amatur akan menjadi tunggak utama apabila semua sistem komunikasi yang lain akan terputus.

Akhir kata semua pihak harus bersedia dalam menghadapi sebarang kemungkinan di masa hadapan. Kerjasama erat semua pihak amat diperlukan bagi memastikan kesiapsiagaan menghadapi sebarang bencana.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com




Sayangi Gunung Nuang

Maklumat Program

Tarikh : 24 & 25 Nov 2012

 Tempat Berkumpul : Dataran Kemerdekaan Shah Alam.
(Depan Muzium Shah Alam)

Lokasi Utama Program : Hutan Lipur Gunung Nuang, Hulu Langat, Selangor.

Masa Berkumpul : 1200 tengahari (24 Nov 2012)

Pakaian : Sukan/Sopan.

Penginapan : Khemah Tidak disediakan
(Perlu bawa khemah sendiri)

Keperluan Tidur : Tidak disediakan.

Pengangkutan Peserta disediakan.

 Makan Minum sepanjang program disediakan

Tapak khemah disediakan

Untuk keperluan asas yang lain sila rujuk borang penyertaan

SYARAT PENYERTAAN

• Terbuka kepada semua warganegara Malaysia sahaja, berumur 21 hingga 40 tahun.

• Penyertaan secara percuma dan program ini diberi keutamaan kepada belia yang
menjadi penduduk tetap di Shah Alam sahaja

• Borang ini perlu dikembalikan sebelum 14 November 2012 secara talian atau pun
terus kepada Urusetia

• Segala kemalangan, kehilangan dan kerosakan yang berlaku, pihak penganjur tidak
akan bertanggungjawab. Pihak penganjur akan menyediakan Bantuan Tahap 1 untuk kecemasan/pertolongan cemas sekiranya berlaku sebarang kejadian yang tidak diingini berlaku semasa program.

• Untuk maklumat lanjut sila hubungi:

Mohd. Dendera Billah bin Zamzuri (013 - 376 3698) Angah Angah Deen
Azizi AzreEn 014-8797247
Abu Ubaidah 017-3170727
Emel: xploreadventure.angah@gmail.com

Fb : Angah Deen

Fb Page/Group : XPLORE ADVENTURE

ALAMAT : XPLORE OUDOOR SHOP
NO 10 JALAN KRISTAL K7/K,
SEKSYEN 7, SHAH ALAM
SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN.

ACARA SAMPINGAN BERKONGSI PENGALAMAN BERSAMA :-

PENDAKI MERDEKA de' EVEREST 2007
&
TELAH MENAMATKAN PENDAKIAN
7 SUMMIT

Program "Sayangi Gunung Nuang" dibuka penyertaan kepada perminat sukan mendaki Gunung Terutama Warga Selangor.

Disebabkan permintaan sangat baik oleh rakan2.

- Sila gunakan borang ini utk berdaftaran.

Maklumat Program

Tarikh : 24 & 25 Nov 2012
Tempat Berkumpul : Dataran Kemerdekaan Shah Alam.
(Depan Muzium Shah Alam)
Lokasi Utama Program : Hutan Lipur Gunung Nuang, Hulu Langat, Selangor.
Masa Berkumpul : 1200 tengahari (24 Nov 2012)
Pakaian : Sukan/Sopan.
Penginapan : Khemah Tidak disediakan
(Perlu bawa khemah sendiri)
Keperluan Tidur : Tidak disediakan.

Pengangkutan Peserta disediakan.
Makan Minum sepanjang program disediakan
Tapak khemah disediakan

Untuk keperluan asas yang lain sila rujuk borang penyertaan

SYARAT PENYERTAAN

• Terbuka kepada semua warganegara Malaysia sahaja, berumur 21 hingga 40 tahun.

• Penyertaan secara percuma dan program ini diberi keutamaan kepada belia yang
menjadi penduduk tetap di Shah Alam sahaja

• Borang ini perlu dikembalikan sebelum 14 November 2012 secara talian atau pun
terus kepada Urusetia

• Segala kemalangan, kehilangan dan kerosakan yang berlaku, pihak penganjur tidak
akan bertanggungjawab. Pihak penganjur akan menyediakan Bantuan Tahap 1 untuk kecemasan/pertolongan cemas sekiranya berlaku sebarang kejadian yang tidak diingini berlaku semasa program.

• Untuk maklumat lanjut sila hubungi:

Mohd. Dendera Billah bin Zamzuri (013 - 376 3698) Angah @[620341574:2048:Angah Deen] 
@[100000393789965:2048:Azizi AzreEn] 014-8797247
@[1052894291:2048:Abu Ubaidah] 017-3170727
Emel: xploreadventure.angah@gmail.com

Fb : @[100000604135139:2048:Angah Deen]

Fb Page/Group : XPLORE ADVENTURE

ALAMAT : XPLORE OUDOOR SHOP
NO 10 JALAN KRISTAL K7/K,
SEKSYEN 7, SHAH ALAM
SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN.

ACARA SAMPINGAN BERKONGSI PENGALAMAN BERSAMA :-

PENDAKI MERDEKA de' EVEREST 2007
&
TELAH MENAMATKAN PENDAKIAN
7 SUMMIT

Rangkaian Media Sosial


Tahukah anda laman web terbanyak dikunjungi orang? Sudah pasti anda akan menjawab Facebook.com bukan. Satu medium untuk kita berkomunikasi antara satu sama lain.

Ia juga mnejadi medan untuk mendapatkan maklumat terkini dan berita yang berlaku disekitar kita. Ramai menjadi facebook mencari rakan lama mahupun yang baru berkenalan. Ia juga menjadi medan untuk menambah pendapatan melalui jualan dalam talian yang semakin mendapat sambutan kerana mudah dan cepat.

Selain itu, ia juga boleh digunakan membuat kerja amal seperti mengumpul dana pembinaan surau.

 
 


Kepada sesipa yang berminat untuk menderma Tabung Pembinaan Surau SMKBTHO2 boleh menghubungi saya atau sms 0196800876. Email jojet76@yahoo.com
facebook.com taip Norzaiham Nazley

Dana untuk pembinaan surau sekolah yang amat diperlukan bagi menampung pertambahan pelajar.

Anda juga boleh membuat pembayaran melalui ac MBB 162218359106 Norzaiham Nazley B Muhamad Zaki.
Resit seperti gambar diatas akan dikirmkan selepas bukti pembayaran dibuat. Kupon bernilai RM10 dan RM30 boleh didapati.

Semoga sumbangan pihak Tuan diberkati hendakNya.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com




LZ DX Contest 2012

Date and period:
The weekend before the last full weekend of November from 12:00 UTC on Saturday till 12:00 UTC on Sunday (17/18 November 2012). (i.e. during the weekend before CQWW CW contest weekend)
Band and mode:
80; 40; 20; 15 ; 10 m ; CW and SSB
It is necessary to observe IARU band plan.
Same station may be worked once on CW and once on SSB on each band. Changing the mode and the band is permitted for single operator categories. For multi operator categories there is 10 min rule for band and for mode (for running stn) , only mults can be worked on another band with 10 min rule for band(for mult stn ). Only one signal can be transmitted at any given time.
Categories:
A - Single Operator/All Bands/Mixed
B - Single Operator/All Bands/CW
C - Single Operator/All Bands/SSB
D - Single Operator/Single Band/Mixed
E - Multi Operators/All Bands/Single Transmitter/Mixed
F - Single Operator/All Bands/Mixed/QRP (max.10W)
G - SWL
Low power (max 100 W output) entrants will be marked with (*) sign in final results.
Bulgarian stations are listed separately from foreign entrants.
Exchange:
For non LZ Stns: RS(T) + ITU zone
For LZ Stations: RS(T) + 2 letters district abbreviation
Points:
10 points for each QSO with LZ station
3 points for each QSO with other continent
1 point for each QSO with the same continent (own country included)
1 point for each QSO between LZ and LZ station
SWL Points:
3 points for two call signs and two numbers
1 point for two call signs and one number
Multiplier:
The sum of ITU zones + LZ districts on each band regardless of the mode
Final score:
The sum of QSO points multiplied by final multiplier
Paper LOGs:
Separate logs for each band + summary sheet are required.
Please, send your log to: BFRA, P.O.Box 830, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Electronic LOGs:
Please, send your e-log (preferably in CABRILLO format) to E-mail:
lzdxc@yahoo.com or
lzdxc@bfra.org
Direct upload of logs: http://ua9qcq.com/contests/robot.php
Deadline:
30 days after the contest (post seal being decisive)
Advisable logging software:
SD, Write Log, TR4W, N1MM, Wintest
or any other in IARU contest mode
Awards:
Top three scores in each category will be awarded a diploma.
This year following additional awards will be given to foreign participants:
Plaque for 1-st place SO/AB/MIXED
Donated by LZ2KSB
In memorial of LZ2RF
Plaque for 1-st place SO/AB/CW
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for 1-st place SO/AB/SSB
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for 1-st place SO/AB/QRP
Donated by LZ3FN
Cat.G Plaque for 1-st place SWL
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for 1-st place SO/SB/80M
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for 1-st place SO/SB/40M
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for 1-st place SO/SB/20M
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for 1-st place SO/SB/15M
Donated by LZ1UK
In memorial of LZ1RB
Plaque for 1-st place SO/SB/10M
Donated by LZ1UK
In memorial of LZ1RB
Plaque for 1-st place MO/AB/ST/MIXED
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for over all score in EUROPE
(if not first in other category)
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for over all score in NORTH AMERICA
(if not first in other category)
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for over all score in ASIA
(if not first in other category)
Donated by LZ3FN
Plaque for over all score in OCEANIA
(if not first in other category)
Donated by LZ1UK
In memorial of LZ1RB
Remarks:
The total number of LZ districts is 28.
Here are the abbreviations of all 28 districts:
BU - BURGAS
BL - BLAGOEVGRAD
VN - VARNA
VT - VELIKO TARNOVO
VD - VIDIN
VR - VRATSA
GA - GABROVO
DO - DOBRICH
KA - KARDZHALI
KD - KYUSTENDIL
LV - LOVECH
MN - MONTANA
PA - PAZARDZHIK
PK - PERNIK
PL - PLEVEN
PD - PLOVDIV
RZ - RAZGRAD
RS - RUSE
SS - SILISTRA
SL - SLIVEN
SM - SMOLYAN
SF - SOFIA (CITY)
SO - SOFIA (DISTRICT)
SZ - STARA ZAGORA
TA - TARGOVISHTE
HA - HASKOVO
SN - SHUMEN
YA - YAMBOL


http://lzdx.bfra.org/rulesen.html
 

TransLangat feat KE7B Everest FELDA


Ini merupakan salah satu program latihan yg dirangka utk team KE7B Everest Felda dlm proses membentuk pendaki yg berjiwa kental, fit, tahan lasak disamping menambahkan kemahiran serta pengetahuan ttg outdoor - navigasi, topo reading, trail blazing etc.
Trip ini dijayakan oleh rakan2 pendaki lain iaitu Muhammad Illaham Ishak, Apip Embi, Hadri Aswad Salim, alip Fall Out, Abu Bakar Mohamad, serta Ramli Abd Majid.
Manakala team KE7B Everest Felda pulak merupakan kombinasi 3wanita serta 9lelaki yg dtg dari felda di seluruh negara yg terpilih dr sessi pemilihan yang pertama dulu.
Berikut catatan ringkas xpdc;


 11nov
0830am - Berkumpul di Bt18, Hulu Langat.
1000am- Masuk ke kwsn perkelahan Sg Lawing
- Hntr 2 kereta di Genting Peres
- Teori Peta & Kompas + Basic 1st Aider
1145am- Start trekking ke Gn Hitam
1900pm- Puncak Gn Si Hitam
2045pm- Bergerak menghala ke Bkt Resam Ambat

12Nov
1230am- Bermlm di Campsite Felda (peneroka generasi ke2..hehe) 0800am- Meneruskn perjalanan ke Resam Ambat.
1200pm- Smpai di Puncak Bkt Resam Ambat.
1630pm- R&R di sungai
1900am- Smpai di Bukit Batu Bulan, terus menebas hala ke Genting Peres

13Nov
0445am- Sampai di Genting Peres. Ambil kereta di Sg Lawing.
0800am-Breakfast di Batu 18 & bersurai!

Tahniah kpd semua yg terlibat kerana menjadi team pertama yg merentasi Gn Hitam-Bkt Resam Ambat-Bkt Batu Bulan-Genting Peres (TransLangat). Trek mmg hardcore habis! Gabungan trek balak, trek hutan, menebas buluh & resam yg seolah tak berkesudahan..hehehe TQ pd semua kerana sama2 menebas & saling mmberi semangat antara satu sama lain hingga ke penghujung.
Trip bebas nasi @ "riceless" & tanpa tidur yg sempurna. That's a matter of mind set! :) Tercapai sudah misi idaman, TransLangat sejak sekian lama meskipun terlajak hampir separuh hari! hehehe.. Alhamdulillah!
Special thanks kpd Presiden KE7B Qobin Mokhtar yg memberi greenlight utk trip ini, serta rakan dr OGKL yg turut serta mengiringi. Together, Impossible Is Nothing...now TransLangat officially opened...leave your comfort zone & dare to explore...

 -deeno-



 
 

 

 
Tahniah kepada Deeno and gang atas kejayaan xpdc TransLangat ini. Xpdc yang bermula dari kawasan perkelahan Sg Lawing dekat Sg Lui merupakan satu tempat perkelahan yang menarik suatu masa dahulu. Berdasarakan gambar xpdc ini tempat ini seperti tidak terurus.

Pada zaman kegemilangan tempat ini, banyak program perkhemahan telah diadakan. Berdasarkan catatan deeno xpdc yang sangat mencabar ini telah berjaya diharungi dengan jayanya hingga ke Genting Peres selama tiga hari bermula 11 November hingga 13 November yang lalu.

Aku pernah  ikut deeno trekking dari Genteng Peres ke puncak Gunung Hitam seramai  empat orang. Memang sangat mencabar disebabkan laluannya adalah jarang digunakan. Kami hanya berpandukan GPS, peta dan kompas serta pengalaman masing-masing dalam misi ke puncak Gunung Hitam.

Melihatkan gambar xpdc teringat kepada aku semasa kami ke sini dahulu. Walaupun arah laluan bertentangan tetapi misinya tetap sama iaitu melalui Gunung Hitam-Bukit Resam Ambat-Bukit Batu Bulan-Genting Peres.

Sebenarnya bagi pendaki seperti kami ini, jika puncak gunung atau bukit yang bernama memang menjadi matlamat utama untuk ditawan. Lebih-lebih lagi dijalur permatang yang panjang membolehkan merentasi semua gunung yang ada.

Kedudukan TransLangat ini dibanjaran Titiwangsa terletak sempadan negeri Selangor dan Negeri Sembilan. Sepanjang perjalanan tidak kelihatan batu sempadan negeri. Mungkin Jabatan Ukur dan Pemetaan tidak pernah memikir untuk menyempadankan dikawasan ini hanya berdasarkan bentuk muka bumi semulajadi sahaja. Batu sempadan di Genting Peres juga tidak kelihatan ataupun memang aku tidak jumpa. Biasanya batu sempadan menjadi tanda sempadan sesebuah negeri.

Tahniah deeno kerana telah merealisasikan impian aku untuk menawan Gunung Hitam-Bukit Resam Ambat-Bukit Batu Bulan ini. Walaupun dahulu misi ke Gunung Hitam dari Sg Lawing pernah gagal, tetapi kejayaan ini menunjukkan impossible is nothing.

Projek perintis TransLangat ini akan memberi peluang kepada team lain untuk meneroka laluan yang telah dibuka ini. Harap selepas ini, mana-mana team harus menjaga kebersihan alam semulajadi dan keindahan yang masih belum dicemari lagi. Jika dilihat pada gambar xpdc ini banyak tempat menarik boleh kita terokai seperti dikawasan berbatu besar yang membenttuk gua.

Tahniah sekali lagi kepada semua yang terlibat berhempas-pulas mengharungi onak dan duri, lurah dan gaung hingga sampai ke puncak  kejayaan. Kepada team KE7B Everest Felda ini merupakan langkah pertama untuk mencapai kejayaan yang  lebih gemilang. Belajarlah kepada mereka yang berpengalaman semasa xpdc ini kerana ia merupakan bekalan yang penting untuk menawan puncak dunia nanti. Bukan calang-calang orang yang mengiringi anda xpdc kali ini kerana mereka semua mempunyai pengalaman yang sangat tinggi dalam dunia outdoor ini. Kalau nak tanya sayapun boleh juga hehe.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com

cerita deeno

http://safdeeno.multiply.com/photos/album/29?&show_interstitial=1&u=%2Fphotos%2Falbum



Allianz Penang Bridge International Marathon


Race Date: Sunday, 18th November 2012
Start Time: 0200 am (Men and Women)
Finishing time: 7 hours
Start Location: Queensbay Mall
Closing registration date: 15th Oct 2012
Distance: 42.195km
AIMS Course Measurement Certificate number: MAS2009/030





Registration Fees (Ringgit Malaysia):
Full Marathon -
Early Bird: RM60 (28th April to 30th May 2012)
Normal Fees: RM80 (1st June to 15th Sept 2012)
Late Registration: RM90 (16th Sept to 15th Oct 2012)
Registration closed on 15th Oct 2012 or when target hits, whichever comes first.
All payment MUST paid up by 15th Oct 2012



Courier Service fees:
Fees:
RM10 - Delivery to Peninsula Malaysia.
RM38 - Delivery to Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore

PBIM 2012 partner for courier service:
poslajulogo

(please take note that the courier service option for PBIM runners will no longer available if register after 15th August 2012)


Goodies bag collection:
1) Self pick up in Penang at QB Mall on 10th and 11th Nov 2012 (10am to 9pm)
or
2) Self pick up on 14th to 16th Nov 2012 (10am to 9pm)
or
3) Self pick up on 17th Nov 2012 (10am to 6pm)


Running singlet / Running bibs:
Full Marathon running bib number starts with:

A - Full Marathon Men Open
B - Full Marathon Women Open
C - Full Marathon Men Veteran

Singlet:

PBIM 2012 sportswear partner:
asics-logo-with-slogan

Singlet's measurement:

asicsapbim2012

Route:
apbim2012full marathon_2
Queensbay - Seagate - Penang Bridge - PBSB Office - Jelutong Expressway - Macallum Street - Villa Emas - Queensbay Mall

Timing Chip:
Timing chip will be given to Full Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K Run participants only.

btag-directions
Note: This year we will be using B-tag. It is attached to the runner's number bibs and NOT REQUIRED to attach them to the shoes.

Categories for Full Marathon (42.195 KM)

  1. Men Open - 18 years and above
  2. Women Open - 18 years and above
  3. Men Veteran - 40 years and above

Medals:
Runners in Full Marathon category who complete the run within the prescribed time will be awarded a Finisher Medal.
2012medalfull


Finisher tee:
Runners in Full Marathon category who complete the run within the prescribed time will be awarded a Finisher t-shirt.
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Certificates:
Runners in all categories who complete the run within the prescribed time will be awarded a Certificate.


Lucky Draw Prizes:
All participants have an opportunity to win attractive prizes from a select pool of sponsors



Baggage Deposit Facility:
Baggage deposit and handling facility will be available.


Medical Advice
As a precaution, full marathon participants are advised to undergo a check-up three months prior to the date of the event. Further, you are advised to take part in at least one similar event exceeding 33km in preparation for the run. Kindly do not register for Full Marathon if you have no experience in long distance running.


Front line at the starting point

Runners in the Full Marathon category who want pole starting positions are requested to submit their time achieved in Full Marathon competitions participated in last 3 years.


Please note the following details before you register:
  • There are absolutely no refunds on registration - no exceptions!
  • Registration fees are non-transferable.
  • You are not considered registered until payment is received.
  • As part of your runner package, t-shirt sizes are distributed on a first come, first served basis at packet pick-up.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The Participant and his / her family members agreed that they will not claim any damage from the organiser in the event of an accident, injury, or death which may arise before, during or as a result of participation in Penang Bridge International Marathon.



http://www.penangmarathon.gov.my/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1&Itemid=21

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JAPAN INTERNATIONAL DX CONTEST RULE

 

** RULE CHANGE! ** 1. Deadline is shortened. 1month after the contest.

OBJECTIVE: For amateurs around the world(DX) to contact JA stations in 
as many JA prefectures + JD1 islands as possible.
For amateurs in Japan to contact DX stations in as many DXCC entities
and CQ Zones as possible.
    1. CONTEST PERIOD
      CW Start Sat. 0700 -Sun. 1300UTC 2nd full weekend of April PH Start Sat. 0700 -Sun. 1300UTC 2nd full weekend of November PH 2012-11-10 0700 - 2012-11-11 1300 UTC CW 2013-04-13 0700 - 2012-04-14 1300 UTC
    2. BANDS:
      PH 3.5/7/14/21/28MHz (JAs on 3525-3575, 3599-3612, 3680-3687, 3702-3716 3745-3770 & 3791-3805KHz 7030-7200KHz also) CW 1.8/3.5/7/14/21/28MHz (JAs on 1810-1825 & 1907.5-1912.5KHz) Except for the WARC bands.
    3. ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
      **** CHOOSE ONLY ONE! **** 3-1.Single Operator(*1) High Power(*2) Abbreviation = category AB = SINGLE-OP ALL-BAND HIGH-POWER 28 = SINGLE-OP 28MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER 21 = SINGLE-OP 21MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER 14 = SINGLE-OP 14MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER 7 = SINGLE-OP 7MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER 3.5 = SINGLE-OP 3.5MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER 1.8 = SINGLE-OP 1.8MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER 3-2.Single Operator Low Power(*3) ABL = SINGLE-OP ALL-BAND LOW-POWER 28L = SINGLE-OP 28MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER 21L = SINGLE-OP 21MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER 14L = SINGLE-OP 14MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER 7L = SINGLE-OP 7MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER 3.5L = SINGLE-OP 3.5MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER 1.8L = SINGLE-OP 1.8MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER 3-3.Multi Operator (*4) MOP = MULTI-OP (SINGLE-TX ALL-BAND HIGH-POWER) 3-4.Maritime Mobile(*5) MM = MARITIME-MOBILE # All categories, except Multi Op, only one transmitted signal is allowed at any one time. # All stations can use the spotting network(like DXsummit). # No SELF-SPOTTING of any form is allowed in all categories. Self-spotting is defined as generating spots for your contest callsign by yourself. # All stations, except Maritime Mobile, must not change the operating location in entire contest period. # Anyone may only submit one entry in spite of the callsign used. Submission of check logs for operation on other bands or other callsigns are encouraged. # JA stations must sign their call area as "/#" if they operate from different call area against their callsign. *1 Single operator must do all contest related things by himself. +Single-Operator can change bands at any time. +Multiple Single-Operator entries from the same location must use different callsigns. *2 High Power: Output power 100w over *3 Low Power: Output power 100w or less *4 Multi Op station must remain the same band at least 10 minutes when they make the contact on that band (RUNNING station). They can transmit one other band simultaneously only when the station worked is a new multiplier (MULTIPLIER station). The above 10 minutes rule will be applied to each RUNNING station and MULTIPLIER station separately. *5 All Maritime Mobile stations must sign "/MM" after the callsign. They will send CQ-Zone number for exchange with JA stations only. Their scores will be listed in the result but not eligible for the awards.
    4. CONTEST EXCHANGE:
      JAs : RS(T) + Prefecture number(01 to 50) Others: RS(T) + CQ Zone number You can download the Prefecture number= jidxmult.lst
    5. POINTS:
      Only contacts between JA and DX(+/MM) are worth contest points. (DX-DX, DX-/MM or JA-JA contacts are no point and no multi) 1.8MHz................. 4pts 3.5/3.8MHz ............ 2 points 7MHz, 14MHz and 21MHz.. 1 point 28MHz.................. 2 Points The same station may be worked only once per band. No cross mode, cross band nor repeater contacts are allowed.
    6. MULTIPLIER:
      JAs :The number of different DXCC country (except JD1) and CQ Zone worked on each band. QSO with /MM stations is worth for Point and Zone multi but no Country multi. Others:The number of different Japanese Prefecture plus Ogasawara Is.(JD1), Minami-Torishima Is.(JD1) and Okino-Torishima Is. worked on each band. Maximum of 50 (See the List) per band.
    7. SCORING:
      The final score is the result of the (Total QSO points) multiplied by (Total multiplier). Ex. 100 QSO points x 59 multi = 5,900
    8. LOG INSTRUCTIONS:
      ** Only one log is accepted for the result regardless of the callsign used. 8-1. All times must be in UTC. 8-2. All sent and received exchanges are to be logged. **DO NOT FORGET TO RECORD YOUR ZONE/PREFECTURE ON EITHER LOG or SUMMARY** 8-3. Indicate the new multiplier only the FIRST TIME it is worked on each band. 8-4. Duplicate contacts on same band must be clearly shown and marked as 0 QSO point. 8-5. Electronic Log: Please follow the ELECTRONIC LOG instructions. You can send it by following 2ways to the committee. DISK LOG: MS-DOS compatible 3.5" disk only. (No 5" disk or Mac format) EMAIL LOG: send the Log file as email attatchement. The instruction [jidxelog-e.html] is here. send your email logs to cw@jidx.org ph@jidx.org 8-6. Use a separate sheet for each band. Use a separate sheet for Multi Op, RUNNING and MULTI station. 8-7. Each entry must be accompanied by a summary sheet showing all scoring information, class of entries, name and address in BLOCK LETTERS, and a signed declaration that "All contest rules and regulations for amateur radio in the entity of operation have been observed. JIDX Contest committee decision is final" 8-8. All entrants, except Electronic Log submittion, are required to submit dupe-check sheets (an alphabetical list of calls worked) for each band if 200 or more QSOs were made on that band, or for all bands if a total of 500 or more QSOs were made.
    9. PLAQUES:
      Plaques will be awarded to the winners which have donnors. The Single Op/Sigle band plaques will be awarded to the highest scorer regardless of the High/Low power category. ==== 2012 PHONE Plaque Donors ==== JAPAN Cate. Donor AB Far East DX-Ploiters ABL JH1NBN 28 JA1NSJ 21 JA0-DX-Gang 14 JJ1IHS 7 Western Radio Co. 3,8 JR4LNG Mop JA2IVK AFRICA AB Akita DX Association 28 JA6WJL 21 JA6WIF 14 TZ6JA 7 -Wanted- 3,8 -Wanted- Mop -Wanted- ASIA AB JS3CTQ 28 JA7SGV 21 JA1UT 14 JJ0KRD 7 -Wanted- 3,8 -Wanted- Mop Paper DXers EUROPE AB JH1FVE 28 JH1LPF 21 JA7MYQ 14 Okayama DX Club 7 JA4DND 3,8 -Wanted- Mop JH4UYB NORTH AMERICA AB Mito DX Club 28 Tokyo 610 DX Group 21 JH1LPF 14 -Wanted- 7 JS1NDM 3,8 -Wanted- Mop -Wanted- OCEANIA TOP AB Kurume DX Viking 28 DU9RG 21 JH1XPA 14 -Wanted- 7 -Wanted- 3,8 -Wanted- Mop Paper DXers SOUTH AMERICA AB JA0DBQ 28 JM1LRQ 21 -Wanted- 14 -Wanted- 7 -Wanted- 3,8 -Wanted- Mop -Wanted- ++ If you wish to be the Donor of the above -Wanted- category, please contact Tack, JE1CKA (je1cka ## gmail.com). You can pay the charge by PayPal. (Please change ## to @ for email)
    10.AWARDS:
      First(plus 2nd & 3rd, depending on number of entries) place certificates will be awarded in each class in every entity and in each call area of the USA if the station got SUFFICIENT* score. **CHANGE** Certificate will be the PDF file after 2012 Phone contest. The winners will get the PDF certificate and print it by yourself. *What is sufficient? Depending on the band conditions, activities etc, judged by the committee.
    11.REPORTING:
      A original log and a summary sheet will be requested with a SAE with one IRC but any log forms will be accepted. All logs should be sent to JIDX "PHONE/CW" Contest c/o FIVE-NINE MAGAZINE P.O.Box 59, Kamata, Tokyo, 144-8691 Japan The contest results will be sent with one IRC and SAE. Email log submissions will be judged with the time stamp of the email and it should be sent to; Separate addresses for each (Phone & CW) contests NOW!! Please use the following email addresses; CW : cw@jidx.org Phone: ph@jidx.org (Log submissions only) The acknowledgment will be sent when the email log is received and the result also will be sent by email. Email Log Submission Guide is available here. CABRILLO FORMAT is recommeneded.
    13.Deadline:
      No later than ONE month after the end of contest. PH 2012-12-10 CW 2013-05-13 The deadline will be extended up to 2 weeks if the JIDX contest committee accept the request with the reason by email prior to the deadline. Email: jidx-chairman@jidx.org
    12.DISQUALIFICATION:
      Violation of the contest rules. False statement in the report. The decision of the JIDX contest committee is final.
    13.Information on the Internet
      You'll be able to get JIDX related informations at the JIDX Official HomePage. http://jidx.org/
    --------- JIDX contest committee chairman Tack Kumagai JE1CKA/KH0AM Internet: jidx-chairman@jidx.org

    http://www.jidx.org/jidxrule-e.html

    Eyeball bersama 9W2HUF dan 9W2GEO


    Rentetan perbualan di Facebook membawa aku kepada perkenalan kepada rakan yang dikenali serta rakan baru dikenali. Rupanya dilokalan aku terdapat juga rakan ham baru mendapat AA.

    Setelah perbincangan dibuat membawa idea untuk eyeball, memandangkan kami tinggal dilokalan yang sama.

    9W2HUF radio operator Husni dan 9W2GEO radio operator Amzari adalah rakan yang aku dapat eyeball pertama  kalinya di lokalan Putra Mahkota.

    QTH eyeball adalah Restoran Nazeem Taman Impian Putra, Bangi. Perjumpaan bermula jam 9.00 malam hingga 11.00 malam. Pelbagai perkara dikongsi dan dibincangkan tentang radio serta kerjaya masing-masing.

    Hasil daripada perjumpaan pertama ini berkemungkinan membawa kepada perjumpaan seterusnya agar lebih ramai rakan yang tinggal dalam lokalan ini boleh bersalaman didaratan. Sebenarnya ramai rakan ham berkampung dilokalan ini tetapi tiada kesempatan dan kelapangan untuk bersalaman.

    Terima kasih kepada kedua rakan akhirnya dapat juga bersalaman didaratan. Ada kelapangan dapat berjumpa lagi.

    73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

    http://9w2dya.blogspot.com



    EME Contest

    1. Object:Two-way communications via the earth-moon-earth path on any authorized amateur frequency above 50 MHz.
    2. Date and Contest Period: Three full weekend 48-hour periods (0000 UTC on Saturday through 2359 UTC Sunday). The 2012 dates and designated bands for each weekend are:

      Oct 6-7: 2.3+ GHz

      Nov 3-4: 50-1296 MHz

      Dec 1-2: 50-1296 MHz
    3. Entry Categories:
    4. 3.1 Single Operator All Mode: Any combination of CW, phone, or digital modes. Available for all bands.
    5. 3.2 Single Operator CW Only: 144, 432, and 1296 MHz bands and Multi band logs.
    6. 3.3 Multioperator All Mode: Any combination of CW, phone, or digital modes. Available for all bands.
    7. 3.4 Multioperator CW Only: 144, 432, and 1296 MHz bands and Multi band logs.
    8. Exchange: Each station must send and receive both call signs and a signal report in any mutually understood format, plus an acknowledgment of the calls and report. Partial or incomplete contacts should be indicated on your log, but not counted for contest credit.
    9. Scoring:
    10. 5.1. QSO points: Count 100 points for each complete EME contact.
    11. 5.2. Multiplier: Each US State and Canadian Province, plus each DXCC entity (excluding the US/Canada) worked via EME on each band.
    12. 5.3. Final Score: Multiply QSO point total by the sum of multipliers worked from each band.
    13. Miscellaneous:
    14. 6.1 A Multioperator entry may be made up of neighboring amateurs within one state, province, or non-US/Canadian DXCC entity, but with EME facilities for different bands on different team members' premises, as long as no two are more than 50 km (30 miles) apart. Multioperator neighborhood groups may use the same call signs at each location if permissible under national licensing rules and regulations. If not permissible, separate callsigns may be used for the multioperator neighborhood entry. When operating under this neighborhood provision, all logs must be submitted together in a single envelope or email with a single summary sheet showing the combined operation, designating the principal callsign for the entry. All multioperator callsigns will be shown in the results.
    15. 6.2 Stations may be worked for credit only once per band, regardless of mode.
    16. 6.3 During the contest periods, no contest entrant, in any category --single-operator or multi-operator-- may use non-EME means for the purpose of self-spotting, solicitation or coordination of QSOs or attempts to make contact; nor may any entrant use assistance or provide assistance in the form of frequency spotting or use any form of DX spotting, Packet Cluster, Ping Jockey, email, telephone, etc. Exception: liaison to coordinate band-by-band activity is explicitly permitted for the bands2.3 GHz and higher.
    17. 6.4 Only one transmitted signal per band is permitted at any given time.
    18. 6.5 There is no specified minimum terrestrial distance for contacts, but all communications must be copied over the EME path, regardless how strong (or weak) a nearby station's terrestrial signal may be.
    19. 6.6 Commercial Equipment: Stations using equipment that is not amateur-owned (such as a dish antenna or lab equipment owned by an institution or government agency) are ineligible for awards.
    20. Reporting: Entries must be emailed or postmarked no later than 2359 UTC on Tuesday, January 1.2013 and must include complete log data as well as an official ARRL EME Contest Summary Sheet. Official forms are available here or with a SASE request to the Contest Branch. No other forms of the summary sheet will be accepted. Each line of QSO data in the log should contain band, mode, date and time in UTC, callsign of station worked, exchange sent, exchange received, each new multiplier, and points earned. Photocopies of the log form and official Summary Sheet are acceptable. Logs should be emailed to EMEcontest@arrl.org and hand-written paper logs or diskettes mailed to: EME Contest, ARRL, 225 Main St, Newington, CT 06111 USA
    21. Awards: Certificates will be awarded to the top three stations worldwide in each of the following categories where significant effort or competition is evident. Multiband entrants will also be listed in the single band tables, and are eligible for those awards.
    22. 8.1 Single operator, Multi-band, All Mode
    23. 8.2 Single operator, Multi-band, CW Only
    24. 8.3 Single operator, All Mode, for each single band.
    25. 8.4 Single operator, CW, for each of the single bands 144, 432, and 1296 MHz.
    26. 8.5 Multioperator, Multi-band, All Mode
    27. 8.6 Multioperator, Multi-band, CW Only
    28. 8.7 Multioperator, All Mode, for each single band.
    29. 8.8 Multioperator, CW, for each of the single bands 144, 432, and 1296 MHz.
    30. 9. Other:
      1. 9.1. See “General Rules for All ARRL Contests” and “General Rules for ARRL Contests on bands above 50 MHz (VHF)” in November 2001 QST.

    http://www.arrl.org/eme-contest

    Broga Reverse 116


    Brief Introduction of the event
    Date:
    ·9 th Dec (Sun) Ride Date, Assemble at meeting point 6.00 a.m. onwards
    ·Flag off by Sports Minister & Dato’ Muhammad Sidek Khalid – Committee Member MNCF/ President Kuala Lumpur Cycling Association.
    Objectives:
    • To promote Healthy Lifestyle & Unity through sports.

    • To promote cross-culture integration through CYCLING.

    • Further bring out Share Our Roads message, distribute Share Our Roads Car Wind Screen stickers to the Broga Loop town people for their support of the message.

    • To further promote this scenic cycling route for more Malaysian and international participants to come and enjoy our scenic safer cycling route.

    • To honor former National Cyclists whom have contributed their effort to make Malaysia Proud.

    • Charitable Event: Consist of chosen Charitable party (Desa Amal Jireh) located at the Broga Loop, riders aim to attract donations of set amount. Donation money are Tax Exempted.

    • Wish lists from the charitable party will be available online for reference to all riders, aim is to fulfill the wish lists by donating necessary things for the charities.

    Event Description:(Subject to change)
    • An endurance road-bike ride around the most natural and scenic landscapes of Selangor Darul Ehsan, near the Semenyih Dam.
    • 2000 participants are anticipated to take part in this event coming from all over Malaysia. International participants are also invited.
    • Lucky Draw prizes for everyone.
     
    10 Race Categories (subject to change)
    Male Open – 1st, 2nd,3rd
    Female Open – 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    Masters (Age 40 & Above) – 1st, 2nd,3rd
    MTB (M) – 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    MTB (F) – 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    Folding Bike (M) – 1st, 2nd, 3rd (70km)
    Folding Bike (F) – 1st, 2nd, 3rd (70km)
    SPECIAL JERSEY FOR ALL WINNERS OF ALL CATEGORIES !!!
    1. Male Open
    2. Female Open
    3. Masters (Age 40 & Above)
    4. MTB on road (M)
    5. MTB on road (F)
    6. Folding Bike (M)
    7. Folding Bike (F)
    8. Most Persistent Rider – (final finisher)
    9. Biggest & Heaviest Rider
    10. Eldest Rider

    Special Prizes (Hamper) (subject to change)
    Best Cycling Outfit – Team
    Best Cycling Outfit – Individual Male
    Best cycling Outfit – Individual Female
    Event Details:
    • This is an un-official road cycling ride with prizes to be won.
    • Professional Timing Chip will be might be provided to ALL participants.
    REGISTRATION FEE: REGISTER NOW

    EARLY BIRD ENTRY – RM 120 EACH – UNTIL 12 November 2012 (Monday)
    AFTER 12 November 2012 – Registration RM 150 EACH
    SPECIAL REQUEST REGISTRATION NO : RM200.00

    Cut off Date – 18th November (Mon) 23:59Hrs
    * RM 120 in total for payment up front, RM 10 rebate for returning of questionnaire during event registration on the event day.
    * RM 10 rebate for returning of timing chip after event finish when crossing the finish line.
    Inclusive : (subject to change)
    - Finisher Medal /
    - Event Jersey /
    - Active Recovery Drink /
    - Lunch /
    - Share Our Roads Wind Screen Sticker /
    - Lucky Draw

    Jointly organised by :

    Initiate by: Wong Kar Yan Elaine (Share Our Roads)
    Core Group: CSH/ Ken/ Tek Lee
    Organized by: Endurace Event Management
    Active Sport Recovery Nutrition Support by: Active 180
    Media Relations : Sphere
    Online Media Partner : Baik Bike
    Proposed Endorsed by: Sports Ministry of Malaysia / MNCF – Bureau Cycling for All
    Proposed Supported by: Tourism of Malaysia & Tourism of Selangor / MPKJ


    Distance: 116 Km, Anti – Clockwise start from Uni Nottingham – Rabbit Farm – Lenggeng – Jeram Toi – Kuala Kelawang – Titi – Perez Hill – Reservoir – Sg. Tekala – Nirvana – Semenyih Town – Uni Nottingham

     

    FT-8900R Quad Band 10/6/2m/70cm Mobile


    29/50/144/430 MHz FM Transceiver. The FT-8900R is a ruggedly-built, high quality Quad Band FM transceiver providing 50 Watts of power output on the 29/50/144 MHz Amateur bands, and 35 Watts on the 430 MHz band. It includes leading-edge features like cross-band repeat, dual receive, VHF-UHF Full Duplex capability, and over 800 memory channels. And its 10-meter FM coverage brings the possibility of world-wide FM DX-ing to you on your drive in to work!

    Convenient Remote-Head Mounting Capability Having trouble mounting your mobile radio in your compact car? With the FT-8900R and its optional YSK-8900 Separation Kit, mounting is a breeze even in the tightest locations. The YSK-8900 includes a 20’ (6 m) remote cable and a mounting bracket for the front panel, and the microphone jack is located on the side of the front panel, eliminating the need to run a separate cable.

    Convenient Access to WIRES and other Internet-linking Systems When six and ten meters are dead, you can still talk around the world with the FT-8900R! The front panel provides easy access to any WIRES™ (Wide-coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System) repeater, automatically sending the required single DTMF access code at the beginning of each transmission. And if you’re using another Internet linking system, one that requires a DTMF string to being up the link, you can easily configure the FT-8900R to store and send the required tone sequence, as well!

    Quad Band Operation The FT-8900R combines the “traditional” 144/430 MHz local-communications concept with the exciting capability for Sporadic-E or F2 DX on the 29 MHz and 50 MHz bands, for nationwide or worldwide FM communications from your car! The first Amateur Radio FM mobile transceiver providing this capability, the FT-8900R will make you wonder how you got by with a two-band transceiver up to now!

    Wide Frequency Coverage The FT-8900R provides extended receiver coverage beyond the Amateur bands, so you can keep informed of communication activities in the public safety, commercial, aircraft, and government communications ranges. Included is coverage of 28-29.7 MHz, 50-54 MHz, 108-180 MHz, 300-480 MHz, and 700-985 MHz (cellular frequencies are blocked and non-restorable).

    High Power Output To get your message through when it counts, the FT-8900R puts out a full 50 Watts of power on the 29/50/144 MHz bands, and 35 Watts on 430 MHz. To ensure thermal stability during long transmissions, a thermal sensor monitors heat sink temperature, engaging the rear panel’s cooling fan only when needed.

    Over 800 Memory Channels The FT-8900R provides a wide variety of memory resources, including 799 “regular” memories, six “Home” channels for favorite frequencies, five sets of band-edge memories, and six “Hyper Memory” memories, which store complete transceiver operating status, for maximum operating efficiency and convenience. Six-character Alpha-Numeric “Tags” (labels) may be appended to memory channels, affording instant channel identification. No transceiver can compare with the memory capability of the FT-8900R!

    Cross-Band Repeat Capability For emergency work, or to extend the range of a hand-held unit, the FT-8900R includes Cross-Band Repeat capability, similar to that pioneered on our popular FT-8100R Dual Band FM Mobile!

    One-Touch Band-Pattern To save valuable time while operating a transceiver with the versatility of the FT-8900R, the “Hyper Memory” feature allows you to store a complete set of configuration data for the two bands on which you’re operating. Besides the usual storage of frequency and tone data, Hyper Memory will store such setup parameters as Automatic Repeater Shift status, Packet parameters, Scanning mode, and VFO tracking, avoiding the need to change each of these functions manually on a regular basis.

    CTCSS and DCS Encoders Built In Providing excellent performance even under difficult link conditions, Yaesu’s 50-tone sub-audible CTCSS and 104-tone DCS signaling systems ensure that you have full access to repeater and remote-base inputs, and the built-in CTCSS/DCS decoders allow silent listening on busy channels. Plus you get Tone Search Scanning, which will scan for the tone being received on an incoming signal, allowing you to match tones quickly when operating on a new repeater system

    Easy Setup for FM Satellite Operation For operating on FM satellites like UO-14, the versatile memory system of the FT-8900R allows you to store a set of uplink and downlink frequencies that account for Doppler shift over the entire horizon-to-horizon pass, allowing you to select the optimum uplink/downlink combination effortlessly!

    Truly Independent Two-Channel Operation Basically operating as two radios in one, the FT-8900R may be configured in a number of ways. For example, you can set up the "left" side of the rig for operation on 29, 50, 144, or 430 MHz operation, while setting the "right" side either to 144 MHz or 430 MHz. And, if you like, you can configure the FT-8900R for 144-144 MHz or 430-430 MHz Dual Receive operation, so you'll never miss out on the action!

    The left and right sides have their own Volume and Squelch controls, as well as S-Meters, so your operating preferences are never compromised.

    Specifications
    * Frequency range TX: 28-29.7MHz, 50-54MHz, 144-146MHz, 430-440MHz
    * Output 50/20/10/5W (29/50/144MHz) 35/20/10/5W (430MHz)
    * FM (F3, F2, F1) ±5 kHz
    * RX: 28-29.700MHz, 50-54MHz, 108-180MHz, 320-480MHz, 700-985MHz
    * FM + AM airband receive
    * V+U/V+V/U+U Dual band reception
    * V+U Full duplex operation
    * Cross-band repeater operation
    * Independent dial for each band
    * Remote-head mounting capability
    * Heavy duty PA design
    * Huge illuminated display
    * 50-tone CTCSS/104-code DCS tone system
    * ARTS (Auto-Range Transponder System)
    * Smart Search (Automatic memory loading system)
    * Hyper memory (Store and recall configuration data)
    * Huge 800-channel memory capacity
    * Versatile scanning selections
    * RF squelch
    * Internet key for instant access to WIRES (Wide-coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System)
    * 1200/9600bps Packet ready
    * 4-16 Ohms AF output impedance
    * 2W AF output
    * Supply: 13.8V DC
    * Size 140 x 41.5 x 168mm
    * Weight 1kg
    Supplied accessories: MH-48 fist mic, MMB-36 mobile mounting bracket, T9021715 DC power cable with fuse, spare 15A fuse & Operating manual (Specifications are subject to change without notice)       

    UKRAINIAN DX CONTEST 2012

    UKRAINIAN DX CONTEST 2012 RULES

    Sponsored by: Ukrainian Contest Club (UCC), Ukrainian Amateur Radio League (UARL)Date & time: The 1st full weekend of November (in 2012 it will be on 3-4 of November). 12:00 UTC Saturday to 12:00 UTC Sunday.Bands: 1.8 - 28 MHz (excluding WARC bands).Modes: CW, SSB.Contest exchange:For Ukrainian stations: RST(RS) + two letters (oblast abbreviation); For all other participants: RST(RS) + serial number starting from 001.
    List of ukrainian oblasts abbreviations: CH CN CR DN DO HA HE HM IF KI KO KR KV LU LV NI OD PO RI SL SU TE VI VO ZA ZH ZPPoints:Stations from Ukraine:
    1 point for QSO with own country;
    2 points for QSO with different country on the same continent;
    3 points for QSO with different continent;
    Stations outside of Ukraine:
    1 point for QSO with own country;
    2 points for QSO with different country on the same continent;
    3 points for QSO with different continent;
    10 points for QSO with Ukraine (for participants outside of Ukraine only).Multipliers:DXCC and WAE countries plus Ukrainian oblasts on every band. Ukraine also is a country multiplier for foreign stations, i.e. the first QSO on each band gives 2 multipliers. For stations in Ukraine multiplier is DXCC + WAE countries only (Ukraine counts as a country).
    Common rules:All entries separated by World and Ukraine.
    All participants regardless of category must remain on the band at least 10 minutes after changing bands, quick QSY to another bands is permitted only to work new multiplier.
    There is no any limitation for mode change on the band. Start time will be determined on the first QSO made on that particular band.
    QSOs made during 10-minute rule on another band by mistake and which are not multipliers will be counted as 0 points without penalty.
    The use of DX-cluster is permitted for all categories however self-spotting is strictly prohibited.
    You can make up to 2 QSO with the same station on the same band - CW and SSB. CW QSOs must be made in the CW portion of the band.
    Duplicate contacts with same station on the same mode and band counts 0 points. No penalty for duplicate QSO. Please do not delete dupes.
    In the Single Band category you can make QSO on other bands. Single Band entrants who operate other bands during the contest are encouraged to submit full log for more than one band to aid in the log cross-checking process.
    They should send one Cabrillo file of full log and thoroughly indicate correct category in the head of the file. All logs will be checked by special software for UBN (unique, bad, not in log) contacts. Unique calls will be removed from the LOG.
    QSO is not counted for the following:
    - incorrectly logged call (Bad Call);
    - incorrectly logged exchange numbers;
    QSO is not confirmed in the other station's log (NIL).
    Also QSO is not counted for the following:
    - other station incorrectly logged entrant's call;
    - other station incorrectly logged entrant's exchange number;
    - QSO time in entrant's log and other station's log difference is more than 3 minutes (except systematic computer errors);
    - QSO bands or modes in entrant's log and other station's log differ (except systematic errors);
    - dupe QSO which is not in the other station's log.
    Since URDXC 2009 Categories A and B are divided on three different: MIXED, SSB, CW for both UKRAINE and WORLD division, and the are no penalties anymore
    Awards and plaques: Winner in each category will be awarded by plaque or prize. Top 10 leaders in all categories will receive awards.
    Contest logs:CABRILLO is preferred format for logs. Ukrainian DX Contest is supported by most of popular contest loggers as follows :

    Electronic logs must be sent within 30 days after the end of the contest to e-mail
    Be sure to put the station call sign and the category in the "Subject:" line of your letter with applied Cabrillo file. In the header part of the electronic log submission you must specify a category of entrance.
    Paper logs must be sent within 30 days after the end of the contest to UCC HQ : P.O. Box 4850, Zaporozhye, 69118, Ukraine
    Reception of every e-mail LOG will be confirmed. If there is a problem with your LOG you will be notified by the Contest Committee. Also you can check the reception of your log at http://www.urdxc.org . UBN-file is sent by request to e-mailDisqualification: Violation of amateur radio regulations in the country of the contestant or violation of the rules of the contest, or unsportsmanlike conduct, will be deemed sufficient cause for disqualification.
    Disputes: The decisions of the Contest Committee will be final.
    http://urdxc.org/rules.php?english

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