Eyeball bersama 9W2VVH Cikgu Hussairy


Kesempatan bersalaman didaratan bersama 9W2VVH Cikgu Hussairy di restoran Ayza sebelah Metro Point semalam adalah rentetan eyeball V66 pada malam sebelumnya. Ini kerana eyeball pada malam itu aku tiada kesempatan dan kelapangan untuk mengikuti bersama rakan-rakan yang lain. Berdasarkan gambar V66 ham community seramai 16 orang rakan telah hadir pada malam itu di restoran ayza sebelah menara MPKj.

9W2VVH Cikgu Hussairy

 
9W2DYA


credit Mak Temah


 
 

Sebelum bersalaman didaratan aku bersalaman di udara dahulu menggunakan handy difrekuansi 147.495Mhz. QSO antara kami apabila beliau telah bersedia bertolak ke tempat kejadian. Jarak yang dekat membolehkan penerimaan audio aku baik walaupun menggunakan handy sahaja.
 
Pelbagai cerita dan pengalaman dikongsikan terutama tentang radio amatur terutama tentang HF yang kini propagasi sangat membuka bagi band 10m. Perkongsian ilmu dan pengetahuan dapat menambahkan lagi pengetahuan aku tentang radio ini.
 
Terima kasih kepada Cikgu Hussairy atas kesudian untuk eyeball sebelum pulang ke Sungai Besar semalam. Ada kelapangan bolehlah kita bersalaman diudara mahupun didaratan. Jumpa dan jumpa lagi
 
73, Jojet, 9W2DYA
 
 
 
 
 


Sabah HAM Fest 2013



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THE SEANET CONTEST

***** South East Asia Net Convention *****
THE SEANET CONTEST
SEANET CONTEST RULES 1. PURPOSE OF CONTEST:
To promote two-way amateur radio communications within the SEANET region and between the SEANET region and the rest of the world. 2. CONTEST TIMES & DATES:
From 1200UTC Saturday to 1200UTC Sunday on the first full weekend in June each year.
In 2013, the dates are: Starts: 1200UTC on 01 June 2013, Ends: 1200UTC on 02 June 2013 (duration 24 hours). 3. BANDS / FREQUENCIES: 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metre bands (no WARC bands). Frequencies should be used as appropriate to the mode and station licence but it is suggested that activity should be centred around the following frequencies where possible, so that it is easy to find SEANET Stations: CW: 3525, 7025, 14025, 21025, 28025. SSB: 3540 (for Thailand), 3790, 7090, 14320, 21320, 28320. 4. MODES: Only CW or SSB may be used. 5. ENTRY CATEGORIES: 5.1. Single operator (SEANET) 5.2. Multi-operator (SEANET) 5.3. Single operator (Rest of the World) 5.4. Multi-operator (Rest Bof the World). Both single-operator and multi-operator stations may use any or all bands (10 - 80m) and any or all modes (CW, SSB).
All stations may use Internet or Packet Clusterespottingf. Any number of transceivers or receivers may be used, but only one signal may be transmitted at any one time (there is noeMulti-TwoforeMulti-Multifcategory). 6. POWER INPUT: As stipulated in the regulations governing the licence of the station. 7. EXCHANGE: RS(T) report plus serial number starting with 001. 8. SCORING RULES:
8.1. SEANET Stations may contact Rest of the World stations and SEANET Stations, including those within their own country. 8.2. Rest of the World stations may only contact SEANET Stations. For the purpose of this contest a gSEANET Stationh is defined as one operating from the following DXCC entities: 4S, 4W, 8Q, 9M/DX0 (Spratly), 9M2, 9M6/8, 9N, 9V, A5, BS7, BV, BV9P,BY, DU, H4, HL/DS, HS/E2, JA, JD1/M, JD1/O, KH0, KH2, P2, P5, S2, T8, V6, V8, VK, VK9C, VK9X, VR2, VU, VU4, VU7, XU, XV/3W, XW, XX9, XY, YB. These are all the DXCC entities in CQ Zones 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29. Note: The definition of a SEANET Station is based on its DXCC entity, not the CQ Zone, therefore VK stations located in Zone 30 and BY stations located in Zone 23 also count as multipliers. Not included as multipliers are Antarctica in Zone 29, or other DXCC entities that happen to be in Zones 23 and 30. 9. SCORING: 9.1. Points: All valid QSOs count 1 point per QSO. Note: Only one contact is allowed on each band with the same station (not one contact on each mode). 9.2. Multipliers: SEANET Stations claim one multiplier for each DXCC entity worked on each band, including those in the SEANET region and in their own country. Rest of the World stations can only claim multipliers for DXCC entities within the SEANET region: see the entity list above. Each multiplier counts once on each band (not mode). 9.3. Score: The total number of QSO points multiplied by the total number of multipliers worked. 10. RESTRICTIONS: 10.1. Contacts on cross modes or cross bands will not count. 10.2. Operators are not allowed to transmit more than one signal at any one time. 10.3. Entries which contain errors or unmarked duplicates are liable to a reduction of points. 10.4. Any entrant who uses methods contrary to the spirit of the contest may be subject to disqualification. 10.5. The decision of the SEANET contest organisers shall be final. 11. ENTRIES, LOGS AND SUMMARY SHEETS: 11.1. Entries may be in the form of hand-written logs with a summary sheet or, preferably, by computer log also with a summary sheet. 11.2. Information required for each claimed contact is: Date, Time (UTC), Band, Mode (CW / SSB ), Report sent (RS [T]) serial number, Report received (RS[T]) serial number, Claimed multipliers. Duplicate contacts should be logged but marked clearly as duplicates (gDupeh) and scored at zero points. 11.3. Both hand-written and computerised logs must be accompanied by a Summary Sheet listing the claimed multipliers on each band, the number of claimed contacts and multipliers per band, the final claimed score, and a declaration that the station was operated within the terms of the station licence and the rules and spirit of the contest. 11.4. Computer logs can be in any ASCII (text) format, including eCabrillof. Please do not send binary (.bin) files. The Summary Sheet should also be in ASCII / text format. Note: It is recommended that entries be made using any standard contest logging program in eARRL DX Contestf mode as if you were a North American station and then scored manually. Manual scoring is very easy: it is simply the number of valid QSOs multiplied by the total number of multipliers. Almost every contest logging program supports the ARRL DX Contest and using this contest format allows the received serial number to be easily logged in place of the received power level. If you do not already have a contest logging program you may download CT by K1EA free of charge from www.k1ea.com 11.5. Computer logs must be sent by e-mail by 01.July 2013 to: (E-mail to seanet@arion.ocn.ne.jp) 11.6. Hand-written logs should be sent by air-mail post to: (1-1-3-202, Azabudai Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0041 JAPAN.) › SEANET Contest 2013 Entries should be received not later than 01.July 2013. 12. AWARDS: A certificate will be awarded to the highest-scoring entry in each category.
If the level of entries warrants it, runner-up certificates will also be presented.
Additional awards may be made at the discretion of the SEANET contest organisers.
The results will be announced at the SEANET 2013 Convention and will be published on the SEANET 2013 website.

http://www5.big.or.jp/~ja1rju/flash_seanet-2013_doc-5.html

Everest 2007: Malaysian expedition MERDEKA de EVEREST 2007 Summits 12 on Everest

Everest 2007: Malaysian expedition MERDEKA de EVEREST 2007 Summits 12 on Everest

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Today (21st May 2007) the following members of the MERDEKA de' EVERST 2007 have reached the summit of Mt. Everest from normal route 06:15am. ~ 09:55Am.
Malaysian members:
  1. IDRIS BIN SAID 06:15AM. – NST.
  2. AHMAD REDUAN BIN ROZALI 07:28AM. – NST.
  3. AHMAD FAKHRI BIN ABU SAMAH 07:28AM. – NST.
  4. MARINA BINTI AHMAD 08:00AM. – NST.
  5. MUHAMAD RAFI BIN KORI 08:05AM. – NST.
  6. MUHAMAD FAUZAN BIN HASSAN 09:55AM. – NST.
Following Nepalese staff also reached the summit of Mt. Everest from normal route between 06:15am. ~ 09:55Am. NST.
Nepalese staff:
  1. Ngatemba Sherpa (12 Time Summit)
  2. Doma Chhiri Sherpa
  3. Pasang Gelu Sherpa
  4. Ang Gyalzen Sherpa
  5. Dendi Sherpa
  6. Lama Dawa Sherpa
More here
As per the report of the Liason Officer from the base camp, six members and six high altitude workers of "Merdeka De' Everest 2007" team have successfully climbed Mt. Everest (8848 meters) from the normal route on 21 May, 2007 at the following time.
1. Mr. Muhammad Fauzan Haji Hassan (40 yrs), Malaysia at 9:55 a.m
2. Mr. Idris Bin Said (51 yrs), Malaysia at 6:15 a.m
3. Mr. Ahmad Reduan Bin Rozali (24 yrs), Malaysia at 7:28 a.m
4. Mr. Ahmad Fakhri Bin Abu Samah (25 yrs), Malaysia at 7:28 a.m
5. Ms. Marina Binti Ahmad (26 yrs), Malaysia at 8:00 a.m
6. Mr. Mohammad Rafi Bin Kori (28 yrs), Malaysia at 8:05 a.m
7. Mr. Nga Temba Sherpa (51 yrs), Juving-9, Solukhumbu, Nepal
8. Mr. Dendi Sherpa (22 yrs), Juving-3, Solukhumbu, Nepal
9. Mr. Doma chhiri Sherpa (26 yrs),Juving-9, Solukhumbu, Nepal
10. Mr. Pasang Gelu Sherpa (43 yrs), Gudel-9, Solukhumbu, Nepal
11. Mr. Ang Gyalzen Sherpa (32 yrs), Lokhim-9, Solukhumbu, Nepal
12. Mr. Lama Dawa Sherpa (32 yrs), Wafu-4, Solukhumbu., Nepal

Background: The Seven members team of the MERDEKA de’ EVEREST 2007 from Malaysia has obtained expedition permit for normal route and left Kathmandu for Lukla on 30th March 2007. The team plans to climb the world's tallest peak between May 15 and 22 to mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of Malaysia.
Members list:
  1. MOHD KHALID BIN MOHD YUNUS
  2. MUHAMAD FAUZAN BIN HASSAN – Expedition Leader.
  3. IDRIS BIN SAID
  4. AHMAD REDUAN BIN ROZALI (1Time Everest Summitter -2004)
  5. MARINA BINTI AHMAD
  6. MUHAMAD RAFI BIN KORI
  7. AHMAD FAKHRI BIN ABU SAMAH
* Marina is the only female member of the team.
Climbing staff list:
  1. Ngatemba Sherpa (11Time Everest Summitter)
  2. Doma Chhiri Sherpa (2Time Everest Summitter)
  3. Pasang Nurbu Sherpa (2Time Everest Summitter)
  4. Pasang Gelu Sherpa (3Time Everest Summitter)
  5. Ang Gyalzen Sherpa (Lhotse Summitter and Everest upto Hillary Step)
  6. Dorji Sherpa (South Col)
  7. Dendi Sherpa ((South Col)
  8. Phu Rinji Sherpa (Various 6,000m Peak Climber)
  9. Funuru Sherpa (Various 6,000m Peak climber)
  10. Lama Dawa Sherpa (Varioius 6,000m Peak Climber)
C-2 Staff
  1. Dorji Sherpa – Cook.
  2. Thiley Sherpa – Kitchen Boy.
Base Camp Staff
  1. Padam Bahadur Chamling - Head Cook
  2. Gopal Magar – Asst. Cook.
  3. Jit Bahadur Magar – Kitchen Staff.
http://www.everestnews.com/everest2007/maleverest05212007.htm

KE7B Everest FELDA 2013 misi terlaksana

credit KE7B Everest FELDA 2013


credit KE7B Everest FELDA 2013

credit KE7B Everest FELDA 2013
credit Ever Quest Expeditions
credit Muhammad Illaham Ishak
 
credit KE7B Everest FELDA 2013
credit Deeno Zoff
 
 
 
 
 
Gambar membuktikan kejayaan kumpulan pendaki KE7B Everest FELDA 2013 menawan puncak dunia pada 21 dan 23 Mei 2013. Sekalung tahniah atas kejayaan yang sukar dicapai jika tanpa usaha yang gigih selama tujuh bulan dengan bersunguh-sungguh.
 
Kejayaan diwar-warkan dimedia massa selepas berita menawan puncak berjaya ditawan. Berita kejayaan anak Felda dan dua orang jurulatih telah disah oleh anggota xpdc di EBC "Salam.. Pendaki negara yang telah berjaya sampai ke puncak.1. Mohd Nasuha Shamsuddin (felda tersang 3) 8:31am. pendaki Islam dan malaysia termuda negara) 2. Mohd Asyraf Halim (lok heng timur) 8:48am. 3. Mohd Hafizuddin Ibrahim (Felda chini) 9:11am. 4. Zainuddin Lot 10:16. 5. Myrza Fasha Md Hamyrudin. (Felda tersang 3) 10:30am dan 6. Muhammad Illaham Ishak 11:00am.. Alhamdulillah"
 
Manakala Siti Anisah membuat percubaan kedua pada 23 Mei 2013 selepas gagal kali pertama akibat AMS. Berita kejayaan disahkan oleh FB KE7B Everest FELDA 2013 NAMASTE...UPDATE XPDC EVEREST FELDA 2013...SYABAS DAN TAHNIAH BUAT KETUA PENDAKI, SITI HANISAH SHARUDDIN YANG BARU SHJ BERJAYA TIBA DI PUNCAK EVEREST TEPAT JAM 7 PAGI TD. BELIAU MENCATAT SEJARAH SEBAGAI WANITA ISLAM TERMUDA DI DUNIA (23 TAHUN) MENAWAN GUNUNG EVEREST. PALING MEMBANGGAKAN, SEMANGAT KENTAL BELIAU YANG TIDAK MENGENAL ERTI PUTUS ASA DALAM PERJUANGANNYA KE PUNCAK EVEREST. WALAUPUN GAGAL KALI PERTAMA KERANA MASALAH KESIHATAN, BELIAU TETAP KUATKAN AZAM DAN AKHIRNYA BERJAYA DALAM PERCUBAAN KALI KEDUA. BELIAU JUGA MERUPAKAN SATU-SATUNYA PENDAKI YG MEMBUAT SUMMIT ATTACK DUA KALI DALAM SATU PENDAKIAN DI EVEREST.
 
Akhir kata tahniah sekali lagi kepada semua yang terlibat. Kejayaan bersama ini tidak akan berjaya jika tiada kerjasama yang erat kepada semua pihak.
 
Tidak lupa juga kepada dua jurulatih Zainuddin Lot @ Deeno dan
Muhammad Illaham Ishak @ Pak Am merupakan teman sependakian penulis. Tahniah  Deeno dan Pak Am akhirnya impian tercapai jua. Alang-alang seluk pekasam biar  sampai kepangkal lengan. Kalau tidak dipecahkan ruyung manakan dapat sagunya. Cayalah korang memang best.
 
73, Jojet, 9W2DYA
 
 
 

 


xtvt APRS hari ini


Aktiviti aprs pada hari ini dimulakan apabila terlihat diskrin bahawa 9W2CEH-9 telah berada di Rembau. Aku menjangkakan beliau akan melalui base station aku petang ini.

Setelah setup igate menggunakan antena di jelopi dan handy aku telah berjaya juga mendecode signal 9W2SIS-9. Ketika itu
9W2SIS-9 melalui jalan Bangi yang bengkang-bengkok menghala ke Dengkil. Aku berjaya mendapat 2 packets ketika beliau melalui jalan itu.

Aku juga mendapat beacon 9M4RBC dengan jarak 37.3 batu.

Ketika ini aku menanti 9W2CEH-9 yang masih di Senawang.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

9W2SIS-9 2 2013-05-26 17:24:45 2013-05-26 17:25:32 OJ02VV > OJ02VV 2.4 km 328° 2013-05-26 17:24:45
http://9w2dya.blogspot.com

9W2JEK-9 telah dapat ditangkap signalnya

09:26:39R 9W2JEK-9>PR5SR7,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=3 :
`mJ"q}?u\`"4A}_"
09:26:39R 9W2JEK-9>PR5SR7,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=1 :
`mJ"q}?u\`"4A}_"
09:26:39R 9W2JEK-9>PR5SR7,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=4 :
`mJ"q}?u\`"4A}_"
09:26:39R 9W2JEK-9>PR5SR7,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=2 :
`mJ"q}?u\`"4A}_"
09:26:47R 9W2JEK-9>PR5ST0,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=3 :
`mJ r7Nu\`"49}Dholan golek pangan 9w2jek@gmail.com_"
09:26:47R 9W2JEK-9>PR5ST0,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=4 :
`mJ r7Nu\`"49}Dholan golek pangan 9w2jek@gmail.com_"
09:26:47R 9W2JEK-9>PR5ST0,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=1 :
`mJ r7Nu\`"49}Dholan golek pangan 9w2jek@gmail.com_"
09:26:47R 9W2JEK-9>PR5ST0,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 Port=2 :
`mJ r7Nu\`"49}Dholan golek pangan 9w2jek@gmail.com_"


Raw packets di atas menunjukkan hari ini telah berjaya decode packet daripada 9W2JEK-9 ketika melalui PLUS highway berdekatan base.

Percubaan kali ini menggunakan antena cili padi di jelopi dan disambungkan ke laptop melalui handy. Nampaknya berjaya mendecode signalnya bila aku diluar dari base.

Kali ini aku menerima 12 frame kebetulan semasa memantau aku terlihat 9W2JEK-9 sedang melalui higway dan terus aku setup igate.

Info daripada aprs.fi stesen 9W2DYA telah mendapat 2 packet dengan jarak 1.4km.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com


9W2JEK-9 2 2013-05-22 09:26:55 2013-05-22 09:28:02 OJ02VV > OJ02VV 1.4 km 334° 2013-05-22 09:28:02

SPORADIC E

What is sporadic E ?

Irregular scattered patches of relatively dense ionization that develop seasonally within the E region and that reflect and scatter radio frequencies up to 150 MHz. Sporadic E is a regular daytime occurrence over the equatorial regions and is common in the temperate latitudes in late spring ,early summer and, to a lesser degree, in early winter. At high, i.e., polar, latitudes, Sporadic E can accompany Auroras and associated disturbed magnetic conditions. It can sometimes support reflections for distances up to 2,400 km
 
Sporadic E is a form of propagation that can arise with little warning, and enable radio frequencies of 150 MHz and more to travel over distances of a thousand kilometres and more. Many people experienced it in the days of the old VHF television transmissions. When sporadic E propagation arose, it would result in severe interference to the signals. Even now VHF FM broadcasts in the 88 - 108 MHz band can be affected. In many instances the arrival of Sporadic E can cause unwanted interference as signals that are normally too distant to be heard appear. However for radio amateurs it offers the chance to make contacts over much greater distances than are normally possible.

Sporadic E arises when clouds of intense ionisation form in the region of the E layer. These clouds can have very high levels of ionisation, allowing frequencies up to about 150 MHz to be reflected on some occasions. The clouds are usually comparatively small, measuring only about 50 to 150 kilometres in diameter. Their shape is irregular. Sometimes they may be almost circular, whereas others may be long and thin. They are also surprisingly thin, often only measuring a few hundred metres in depth.

These clouds appear almost at random, although there are times when they are more likely to occur. They form in the day, and dissipate within a few hours. They are also far more common in summer, peaking approximately in mid summer. As they form the level of ionisation gradually builds up, affecting first the lower frequencies, and later higher frequencies as the level of ionisation increases.

Propagation via sporadic E occurs in the same way as normal ionospheric propagation. Signals from the transmitter leave the earth as a sky-wave, travelling towards the ionosphere. Here they are reflected (or more correctly refracted) back to earth where they are heard at a considerable distance from the transmitter. Like normal ionospheric propagation it is the free electrons that affect the signals, causing them to bend back towards the earth. In view of the fact that the sporadic E clouds occur at around the same height as the E layer, similar distances are achieved. Typically the maximum distances are about 2000 km.

It is found that the sporadic E ionisation clouds move. Being in the upper atmosphere they are blown by the winds in these areas and can drift at speeds of up to 300 kilometres per hour. This means that when sporadic E is being experienced, the area from which stations are heard will change over the life of the cloud.
Theories

There are many theories about sporadic E and how it occurs. Some believe that it may be related to thunderstorms, others think it results from the winds in the upper atmosphere. None of these theories have been established, leaving the reasons behind sporadic E a mystery, and predictions of when it will occur have to be left to statistics. However even though the mechanism behind the formation of sporadic E is not fully known it is still possible for radio amateurs to utilise them to enable them to make contacts over long distances

What's so special about E's on ten metres ?

To most radio hams being around when a sporadic E event occurs is something special, you can wait weeks for an opening and then miss it completely as you take a tea break, It is somewhat like going fishing ie you never know what is going to be there when you start and will never know what contacts you will catch on air. Most signals in an 'E' event may be very strong s9+, may vary with 'qsb' greatly, and may fade out without warning and not return " like the one that got away"or sometimes last for hours and provide many contacts at greater distances than usual. If you are using FM as the transmission mode the quality of audio can be very good indeed, or as signals fade can become a challenge to read, If an Auroral event is strong enough radio signals refracted from the moving curtain sound like whispering voices. This combination of events = FUN ! 

Description of the layers in the ionosphere


D layer

The D layer is the lowest of the layers of the ionosphere. It exists at altitudes around 60 to 90 km. It is present during the day when radiation is received from the sun. However the density of the air at this altitude means that ions and electrons recombine relatively quickly. This means that after sunset, electron levels fall and the layer effectively disappears. This layer is typically produced as the result of X-ray and cosmic ray ionisation. It is found that this layer tends to attenuate signals that pass through it.
E layer

The next layer beyond the D layer is called the E layer. This exists at an altitude of between 100 and 125 km. Instead of acting chiefly as an attenuator, this layer reflects radio signals although they still undergo some attenuation. In view of its altitude and the density of the air, electrons and positive ions recombine relatively quickly. This occurs at a rate of about four times that of the F layers that are higher up where the air is less dense. This means that after nightfall the layer virtually disappears although there is still some residual ionisation, especially in the years around the sunspot maximum. There are a number of methods by which the ionisation in this layer is generated. It depends on factors including the altitude within the layer, the state of the sun, and the latitude. However X-rays and ultraviolet produce a large amount of the ionisation light, especially that with very short wavelengths.
F layer

The F layer is the most important region for long distance HF communications. During the day it splits into two separate layers. These are called the F1 and F2 layers, the F1 layer being the lower of the two. At night these two layers merge to give one layer called the F layer. The altitudes of the layers vary considerably with the time of day, season and the state of the sun. Typically in summer the F1 layer may be around 300 km with the F2 layer at about 400 km or even higher. In winter these figures may be reduced to about 300 km and 200 km. Then at night the F layer is generally around 250 to 300 km. Like the D and E layers, the level of ionisation falls at night, but in view of the much lower air density, the ions and electrons combine much more slowly and the F layer decays much less. Accordingly it is able to support communications, although changes are experienced because of the lessening of the ionisation levels. The figures for the altitude of the F layers are far more variable than those for the lower layers. They change greatly with the time of day, the season and the state of the sun. As a result the figures which are given must only be taken as an approximate guide.
Most of the ionisation in this region of the ionosphere is caused by ultraviolet light, both in the middle of the UV spectrum and those portions with very short wavelengths.
   

KEDAH INTERNATIONAL MOUNT JERAI CHALLENGE 2013

Maklumat Pertandingan KIMJC2013

Acara/Program: KEDAH INTERNATIONAL MOUNT JERAI CHALLENGE 2013
Tarikh: 15 Jun 2013 (Sabtu)
Lokasi: Muzium Arkeologi Lembah Bujang, Sungai Petani, Merbok, Kedah
Masa: 8.00 pagiTarikh Tutup: 12 Jun 2013

Sila muat turun borang penyertaan di sini
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Pengambilan Goodies/Kit Perlumbaan perlu dibuat di venue acara pada 14 Jun 2013 (Jumaat) antara jam 12.00 tengahari hingga 11.00 malam. Kit Perlumbaan adalah termasuk:-
  1. Kupon makan malam pada 14 Jun 2013 (Jumaat)
  2. Kupon sarapan pagi & makan tengahari pada 15 Jun 2013 (Sabtu)
  3. Nombor larian (bib)
  4. T-shirt peserta & Goodies (T-Shirt tidak akan diberikan kepada peserta yang daftar selepas tarikh tutup)
  5. Kupon Cabutan Bertuah
PENDAFTARAN PERLUMBAAN
  1. 2 Pilihan (Emel atau faks)
    • Pendaftaran Emel/Faks – Sila lengkapkan borang pendaftaran dan emel kembara.event@gmail.com /faks ke 09-6131057
  2. Peserta yang membuat pendaftaran melalui emel/faks, sila membuat pembayaran tunai/cek ke maklumat bank berikut:-
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    • Nombor Akaun : 100300155717
      • Sila emel/faks kembali slip bayaran pendaftaran ke No. Faks diatas beserta borang penyertaan.
  3. Pihak Urusetia akan membuat pengesahan pendaftaran melalui sms/emel bila sahaja menerima maklumat lengkap pendaftaran yang dinyatakan diatas beserta yuran penyertaan.
  4. Pihak Urusetia akan memasukkan senarai nama peserta yang telah mendaftar di laman web www.kembaranegara.com selepas 5 Jun 2013. Nama-nama peserta yang membuat pendaftaran selepas tarikh ini juga akan dimasukkan secara berperingkat-peringkat bagi memudahkan urusan semakkan nama peserta.
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FTERBUKA REMAJA LELAKIRM 30RM 40-
GTERBUKA REMAJA WANITARM 30RM 40-
HADIAH PERTANDINGAN WANG TUNAI/HADIAH IRINGAN/CABUTAN BERTUAH BERNILAI RM 50,000.00
Kategori Terbuka Lelaki (19 Tahun keatas)
  • Pemenang 5 terbaik peserta Antarabangsa
    • Pertama : RM1,500.00
    • Kedua : RM1,200.00
    • Ketiga : RM1,000.00
    • Keempat : RM 800.00
    • Kelima : RM 600.00
  • Pemenang Malaysia
    • Pertama : RM1,500.00
    • Kedua : RM1,200.00
    • Ketiga : RM1,000.00
    • Keempat : RM 800.00
    • Kelima : RM 600.00
    • Keenam – Kesepuluh : RM 400.00
    • Kesebelas – Kelima Belas : RM 200.00
    • Keenam Belas – Kedua Puluh : RM 100.00
Kategori Terbuka Wanita (19 Tahun keatas)
  • Pemenang 5 terbaik peserta Antarabangsa
    • Pertama : RM1,200.00
    • Kedua : RM1,000.00
    • Ketiga : RM 800.00
    • Keempat : RM 600.00
    • Kelima : RM 400.00
  • Pemenang Malaysia
    • Pertama : RM1,200.00
    • Kedua : RM1,000.00
    • Ketiga : RM 800.00
    • Keempat : RM 600.00
    • Kelima : RM 400.00
    • Keenam – Kesepuluh : RM 200.00
    • Kesebelas – Kelima Belas : RM100.00
Kategori Terbuka Veteran Lelaki (40 Tahun keatas)
  • Pertama : RM1,200.00
  • Kedua : RM1,000.00
  • Ketiga : RM 800.00
  • Keempat : RM 600.00
  • Kelima : RM 400.00
  • Keenam – Kesepuluh : RM 200.00
  • Kesepuluh – Kelima Belas : RM100.00
Kategori Tempatan Lelaki (Berumur 19 Tahun keatas)
  • Pertama : RM700.00
  • Kedua : RM500.00
  • Ketiga : RM300.00
  • Keempat : RM200.00
  • Kelima – Kesepuluh : RM150.00
  • Kesebelas – Kelimabelas : RM100.00
Kategori Tempatan Wanita (Berumur 19 Tahun keatas)
  • Pertama : RM700.00
  • Kedua : RM500.00
  • Ketiga : RM300.00
  • Keempat : RM200.00
  • Kelima – Kesepuluh : RM150.00
  • Kesebelas – Kelimabelas : RM100.00
Kategori Terbuka Remaja Lelaki (Berumur 13 hingga 18 Tahun)
  • Pertama : RM500.00
  • Kedua : RM300.00
  • Ketiga : RM150.00
  • Keempat : RM100.00
  • Kelima – Kesepuluh : RM80.00
  • Kesebelas – Kelimabelas : RM50.00
Kategori Terbuka Remaja Wanita (Berumur 13 hingga 18 Tahun)
  • Pertama : RM500.00
  • Kedua : RM300.00
  • Ketiga : RM150.00
  • Keempat : RM100.00
  • Kelima – Kesepuluh : RM80.00
  • Kesebelas – Kelimabelas : RM50.00
Kesemua peserta bagi setiap kategori yang tiba di garisan penamat dalam lingkungan masa yang ditetapkan (Cut off Time) akan menerima medal penamat

http://www.kembaranegara.com/?page_id=604#

KE7B Everest FELDA 2013



Menurut Qobin Mokhtar dalam fb tujuh  pendaki negara telah memulakan pendakian ke puncak jam 815pm (1030pm waktu malaysia) sebentar tadi dengan suhu di bawah -16 hingga -20 selsius dan dijangka tiba di puncak antara jam 5 pagi hingga 8 pagi waktu nepal.

Sama-samalah kita berdoa agar anggota xpdc ini selamat menawan puncak dunia dan selamat pulang ke tanahair tercinta. Usaha mengharumkan nama negara ini bukanlah perkara mudah jika tidak disertakan keazaman yang tinggi untuk berjaya.

Sokongan padu semua pihak memberi inspirasi anggota xpdc untuk meneruskan impian yang bukan semua orang dapat menggenggamnya.

Maklumat terkini tentang xpdc ini melalui
https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/KE7B-Everest-FELDA-2013/424621554296408?fref=ts



Balapan dan Padang MSSM 2013 Hari Pertama



Keputusan Hari Pertama kejohanan Balapan dan Padang MSSM 2013 di Pahang.

Credit gambar Noor Hisyam Jaini

WLOTA ISLANDS - ASIA

LIGHTHOUSE ISLANDVALIDATION
EXPEDITION ?
WLOTA N°% WANTEDPOSITIONDXCC
Pulau PisangYes003010001°28,2N 103°15,4E9M2
Pulau KetamNo015010003°00,2N 101°12,9E9M2
Batu BaratYes022510005°38,5N 102°58,2E9M2
Pulau AngsaYes033210003°11,2N 101°13,1E9M2
Pulau JarakYes045510003°58,7N 100°06,1E9M2
Batu BoyaYes053510002°45,4N 103°36,7E9M2
Batu GelamaNo067510002°10,4N 102°14,9E9M2
Pulau RimauYes072710005°14,8N 100°16,6E9M2
Batu MandiYes089310002°22,0N 101°57,4E9M2
Pulau SigalYes095110006°19,6N 099°55,7E9M2
Batu RakitYes107210005°27,3N 103°03,3E9M2
Batu TengahYes112210002°21,2N 101°59,2E9M2
Pulau AchiYes125010002°39,2N 103°52,9E9M2
Pulau Arang ArangYes131110002°30,9N 101°47,7E9M2
Pulau Batu BesarYes144410002°16,5N 102°04,3E9M2
Pulau BetongYes157710005°18,6N 100°11,6E9M2
Pulau DangliYes164310006°27,0N 099°46,7E9M2
Pulau KapasNo174610005°12,9N 103°16,0E9M2
Pulau KatakYes181910004°09,4N 100°37,2E9M2
Pulau EnggangYes190010006°14,5N 099°52,6E9M2
Pulau LangkawiNo202010006°26,3N 099°38,8E9M2
Pulau KederaYes210310006°15,4N 099°46,3E9M2
Pulau MerambongYes222310001°18,9N 103°36,8E9M2
Pulau MunggingYes235910001°21,7N 104°17,8E9M2
Pulau HarimauYes240710002°33,6N 103°56,6E9M2
Pulau PangkorNo253210004°11,4N 100°35,0E9M2
Kepulauan Sembilan - White RockYes258810004°00,4N 100°30,5E9M2
Pulau PanjangYes262210002°09,6N 102°15,4N9M2
Pulau PenangNo274310005°44,6N 103°00,2E9M2
Angsa BankYes278410003°20,0N 101°00,0E9M2
Pulau Perhentian BesarNo284810005°53,0N 102°44,7E9M2
Pulau PinangNo295210005°28,4N 100°10,9E9M2
Pulau SialuYes301810001°47,3N 102°53,1E9M2
Pulau Singa BesarNo312110006°11,7N 099°45,0E9M2
Pulau StindanNo327710002°28,4N 103°51,4E9M2
Pulau TalangYes337210004°25,3N 100°34,5E9M2
Pulau TikusYes344310005°28,6N 100°17,9E9M2
Pulau TiomanNo35369602°43,3N 104°13,0E9M2
Pulau Tokong BaharaYes366110002°40,0N 104°03,8E9M2
Pulau UndanYes379210002°02,9N 102°20,1E9M2


Pulau Varella

 
Yes4104

100

 


03°14,7N 103°
39,6E
 
9M2




 

Makmal Cuaca Angkasa Negara

Jawatankuasa Pemantauan Cuaca Angkasa telah diwujudkan secara bersama antara Agensi ANGKASA Negara dan Jabatan Meteorologi Malaysia (JMM) untuk memantau dan menangani fenomena matahari maksimum kitaran ke-24 yang dijangka berlaku pada 2013 - 2014.
Matlamat utama penubuhan awal Makmal Cuaca Angkasa Negara ialah untuk mengoperasi dan menyediakan perkhidmatan cuaca angkasa melalui pembekalan data yang berintegriti dan near real time kepada pihak-pihak yang berkepentingan, serta mengeluarkan amaran awal (early warning systems)
Peranan Makmal Cuaca Angkasa Negara ini antaranya adalah seperti berikut:
  1. Membangun, dan mengoperasikankan program cuaca angkasa negara;
  2. Menilai impak cuaca angkasa kepada negara;
  3. Memberikan perkhidmatan cuaca angkasa kepada pengguna (kerajaan, industri dan awam)
  4. Menyelidik dan mencadangkan keutamaan (priorities) program R&D, pengoperasian dan penyampaian cuaca angkasa negara
  5. Mengkoordinasi dan menentukan peranan setiap agensi yang terlibat dengan program cuaca angkasa negara dan pengoperasian Makmal Cuaca Angkasa Negara
  6. Menjadi fasilitator untuk transisi hasil program R&D dan analisis data kepada operasi dan penyampaian
 
 

International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend 2013 Malaysia





MCMC just issued 10 AA's for International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend to MARTS.

9M4LHC Tg Gelang, Pahang.
9M4LHT Bukit Puteri, Terengganu.
9M4LHN Cape Ricardo, N.Sembilan.
9M4LHE Bkt Jugra, Selangor.
9M4LHB Bkt Melawati, Selangor.
9M4LHO One Fathom Bank, Port Kelang.
9M4LHP Fort Cornwallis, Penang.
9M4LHJ Bkt Segenting, Johor.
9M4LHM Tg. Dato, Sarawak.
9M4LHS Pulau Papan, Sabah.


Senarai Rumah Api

1. Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse, Malacca (1863)

2. Pulau Undan Lighthouse, Malacca (1880)

3. Fort Cornwallis Lighthouse, Penang (1882)

4. Muka Head Lighthouse, Penang (1883)

5. Pulau Rimau Lighthouse, Penang (1885)

6. Pulau Angsa Lighthouse, Selangor (1887)

7. Kuala Selangor Lighthouse, Selangor (1907)

8. Old One Fathom Bank Lighthouse, Selangor (1907)

9. Bukit Jugra Lighthouse, Selangor (1976)

10. Bukit Segenting Lighthouse, Johore (1976)

11. Tanjung Gelang Lighthouse, Pahang (1977)

12. Bukit Puteri Lighthouse, Terengganu (1986)

13. Tanjung Piai Lighthouse, Johore (1986)
 
14. Mudah Selatan Lighthouse, Johore (1999)

15. New One Fathom Bank Lighthouse, Selangor (1999)
 
 
9M4LHB Bkt Melawati, Selangor


 
9M4LHE Bukit Jugra, Selangor




 
9M4LHN Cape Ricardo, N.Sembilan.


 
9M4LHC Tg Gelang, Pahang.

9M4LHT Bukit Puteri, Terengganu.
 

9M4LHP Fort Cornwallis, Penang.


 
9M4LHJ Bkt Segenting, Johor.
 
 
 9M4LHO One Fathom Bank, Port Kelang.


 
 
 

xtvt aprs hari ini

09:42:21R 9W2ALS>BEACON,9M4RDG-3*,9W2WEE-3* Port=4 :
@090146z0222.31N/10236.45E-WX3IN1 Test Gn Ledang, Johor.
09:42:21R 9W2ALS>BEACON,9M4RDG-3*,9W2WEE-3* Port=2 :
@090146z0222.31N/10236.45E-WX3IN1 Test Gn Ledang, Johor.


2013-May-09 09:46 2 stations
----------------------------
Callsign    Type       Latitude   Longitude    Miles  Bearing  Last Heard
--------    ----       --------   ---------    -----  -------  ----------
-9W2DYA     Digi       02.53.69N  101.46.27E     0.0      0   May 09 09:45
 9W2ALS*    Home       02.22.31N  102.36.45E    67.9    122   May 09 09:42
Key:   '+' = UI-View user   '*' = heard via a digipeater

Raw packet di atas menunjukkan 9W2ALS di Gunung Ledang telah dapat dikesan oleh Igate aku. Sebelum ini igate aku berjaya mengesan 9W2WEE-3 dan 9W2NHE-3.

09:55:39R 9W2WEE-3>P2UUP9,WIDE1-1 Port=2 :
'mJ9l -/]
09:55:39R 9W2WEE-3>P2UUP9,WIDE1-1 Port=4 :
'mJ9l -


10:04:48R 9W2NHE-3>APRS,9W2WEE-3* Port=2 :
!0306.12N/10141.08E# DIGIPEATER KUALA LUMPUR
10:04:48R 9W2NHE-3>APRS,9W2WEE-3* Port=4 :
!0306.12N/10141.08E# DIGIPEATER KUALA LUMPUR


Berjaya lagi terima packet dari 9W2WEE-3

10:05:42R 9W2WEE-3>P2UUP9,WIDE1-1 Port=2 :
'mJ9l -/]
10:05:42R 9W2WEE-3>P2UUP9,WIDE1-1 Port=4 :
'mJ9l -/]
10:05:47R 9W2WEE-3>ID Port=1 :
9W2WEE/R
10:05:47R 9W2WEE-3>ID Port=3 :
9W2WEE/R
10:05:47R 9W2WEE-3>ID Port=4 :
9W2WEE/R
10:05:47R 9W2WEE-3>ID Port=2 :
9W2WEE/R


Ini buktinya 9W2WEE-3>P2UUP9 via WIDE1-1,qAR,9W2DYA (good)

Kenaboi Adventure Race 2013





Tarikh: 26 Mei 2013
Tempat: Kg Chennah Kenaboi Jelebu
hadiah berupa wang tunai+ medal + sijil + t'shirt rasmi race ++ CABUTAN BERTUAH

hadiah tunai:

1- RM 1'500.00
... 2- RM 1'000.00
3- RM 700.00
4- RM 500.00
5- RM 300.00
6- RM 200.00
7- RM 150.00
8- RM 150.00
9- RM 150.00
10- RM 150.00

yuran :RM75/team- (1 lelaki +1 wanita)
: RM50 (student)
kategori: open sahaja - had umur minimum 16 tahun

acara: larian mula hingga tamat dengan beberapa tugasan di beberapa CP, antaranya high rope, caving, rapid floating (tubing), cabaran minda, cabaran fizikal, aktiviti kebudayaan org asli. peserta akn melalui beberapa bentuk trek spt jln tar, simen, tanah, selut, redup, panas, pacat!! jeram, gua...

-perkampungan sukan akan dibuka pada hari sabtu 25 mei jam 2pm
-boleh menginap di hotel jelebu @ resort jeram gading @ rumah kg stay @ campsite (harga sila rujuk- pekej disertai)
-taklimat program diadakan pada 25 Mei jam 9pm di dewan Kg Chennah,Kenaboi
-peserta dikehendaki membawa sendiri headlamp dan helmet
-sebarang pertanyaan sila hubungi 013-3101581-nua kenaboi @ 019-2901143-jasmin

https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/146192735552625/?fref=ts

 

Aktiviti APRS cuti PRU 13


Hari cuti pada hari ini mengambil kesempatan untuk mengaktifkan stesen 9W2DYA. Bermula sebelah petang jam 6 petang hingga 9 malam aku mengoperasikan Igate.

My working condition adalah menggunakan antena cili padi quarterwave terus ke laptop melalui handy. Memang berbaloi beberapa stesen dapat aku kesan beaconnya.

Jam 6 petang aku dapat stesen 9W2DIE-9 di Sungai Buloh. Kemudian mendapat jiran terdekat iaitu 9W2WEE-3 jam 6.11 patang.

Seterusnya sebelah malamnya adalah stesen 9W2NHE-3 jam 8.50 malam dengan jarak 15.4 batu. Koordinatnya 03.06.12N, 101.41.08E.

Kemudian stesen mobile adalah 9W2SIS-9 di Bangi dengan jarak 3.6 Batu. Koordinatnya 02.56.81N, 101.45.70E.

Hanya stesen 9W2WEE-3 dapat packet dan datanya terpapar di aprs.fi. 8 packet telah berjaya didengari pada hari ini dan menunjukkan antena dapat membantu lebih banyak stesen dikesan.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com

Digipeater dan Igate di Bangi


Bangi mempunyai dua stesen yang aktif dalam aprs iaitu 9W2CEH-3 dan 9W2WEE-3. Jarak dari base adalah 2.6km bagi 9W2WEE-3 membolehkan tracker aku dapat diaktifkan sepanjang masa. Sebelum ini, 9W2CEH-3 dari base aku tidak dapat diaktifkan kerana jaraknya adalah 5.5km.

Sebelum kedua-dua stesen ini aktif aku hanya mengharapkan stesen mountain top 9M4RDG-3 dapat berfungsi dengan baik. Jika anda bermobile di kawasan Bangi anda tidak perlu risau kerana kedua-dua stesen ini berfungsi dengan baik hinggalah ke sempadan Negeri Sembilan.

Ada satu lagi stesen yang aktif di Kajang iaitu 9W2LL-5. Pada pemerhatian aku, stesen ini menerima packet bagi kedudukan yang jauh. Aku tidak pasti adakah ia betul-betul terletak di situ. Jarak dari base aku ialah 10.5km.

Manakala di Putrajaya pula terdapat stesen 9W2DIE-3 dan jarak dari base aku adalah 11.3km.

Bagi aku pula, perlu memasang antena base bagi membolehkan lebih banyak stesen lagi dapat aku dengari.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com

Monitor di aprs.fi


Monitor di aprs.fi dapat melihat segala aktiviti aprs secara live. Kegemaran aku kini jika ada kelapangan adalah melihat segala pergerakan yang ada di skrin.

Pada pendapat peribadi penulis, kepentingannya adalah ia dapat membantu segala perancangan bagi penggunaan tracker yang bergantung penuh kepada digipeater dan igate. Sesetengah kawasan masih tiada liputan kerana kurangnya stesen yang mengwujudkan dg dan igate ini.

Apabila melihat rakan yang sedang bergerak aktif diskrin, ketahuilah bahawa kawasan-kawasan yang tertentu mempunyai dgpeater dan igate ini. Cara ini dapat membantu mengaktifkan tracker berfungsi dengan baik.

Kita juga dapat mengenalpasti stesen-stesen yang mengaktifkan dgpeater dan igate serta keluasan liputan jangkauannya. Sebab itulah penting diwujudkan lebih banyak digipeater dan igate bagi memperluaskan dan mengaktifkan aprs disesuatu kawasan.

Bagi ingin mendapatkan maklumat dan aktiviti aprs di negara kita bolehlah merujuk kepada MyAPRS iaitu Malaysia APRS Group. Ramai rakan yang mahir dan pakar tentang aprs boleh dihubungi di sini. Selamat mencuba.

73, Jojet, 9W2DYA

http://9w2dya.blogspot.com

Aktiviti APRS awal bulan Mei


Aktiviti APRS pada hari ini adalah aku bertugas menjemput semula atlet daripada latihan pusat fasa 1 di Chalet Kuala Selangor. Selepas menghantar XYL di saltmine aku terus ke sana dan telah memaklumkan akan tiba lewat di sana kepada atlet itu.

Ucapan jutaan terima kasih tidak terhingga kepada Jurulatih Olahraga Negeri Selangor iaitu En. Mohd Sharil B. AB Rahman dari SMK Seksyen 11 kerana kesudiannya menunggu aku tiba menjemput atlet tersebut. Ini kerana akulah yang paling lewat sekali tiba dan beliau telah menunggu dengan penuh kesabaran.

Bermula dari Cheras aku memandu mengikut lebuhraya hubungan timur -barat. Stesen pertama yang dapat mendengar beacon aku ialah 9W2NHE-3 QTH Taman Desa, 13:04:55. Kemudian terus perjalanan melalui Istana Negara Lama dan stesen 9M2RPN QTH Planetarium Negara menangkap beacon pada 13:03:25 mendahului 9W2NHE-3. Kemudian 9W2LL-5 berjaya mengesan jam 13:08:37 QTH Bandar Teknologi, Kajang.

Seterusnya perjalanan ke Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan melalui Jalan Duta. Stesen mountain top 9M4RDG-3 pada 13:12:08 QTH Genting Highlands dan stesen berikutnya ialah 9W2RUT-2 QTH Taman Ehsan, Kepong pada 13:12:42

Aku keluar melalui Rawang Selatan terus masuk ke lebuhraya Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Selangor (LATAR) selepas itu, 9W2SMF-3 berjaya mengesan beacon aku jam 13:34:44 QTH Tasik Puteri.

ULU BERNAM MOUNTAIN BIKE CHARITY RIDE 2013


ULU BERNAM MOUNTAIN BIKE CHARITY RIDE 2013
(Anjuran Kelab PLUS Malaysia)
TARIKH : 1 JUN 2013
MASA FLAG OFF : 8.30 PAGI
LOKASI MULA & TAMAT : KAWASAN REHAT & RAWAT ULU BERNAM
KM398.8, Lebuhraya Utara –Selatan
(Laluan BehrangTg. Malim)
JENIS KAYUHAN : FUN RIDE
YURAN PENYERTAAN : RM50.00 SEORANG
JARAK KAYUHAN : 45KM (trek disediakan oleh TM Bikers)
TARIKH TUTUP PENDAFTARAN : 10 MEI 2013

ØSetiap peserta akan mendapat goodies yang mengandungi makanan ringan, air mineral, T.shirt, No. Plate & Sijil Penyertaan.
ØMakan Tengahari turut disediakan.
ØCabutan Bertuah disediakan.
ØSebahagian daripada Yuran Penyertaan akan disumbangkan kepada badan kebajikan yang akan diberitahu kelak.
ØTERHAD kepada 1500 peserta sahaja.
Borang Penyertaan yang telah diisi hendaklah di fax ke no 05-4528912 atau email ke kelabplusc2@gmail.com
No. Akaun atas nama Mustafa Kamal Roslan 08130074845520 CIMB.
Terima kasih.



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