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VK National News 12Nov23

Text edition:
Weekly news from the WIA:
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 Hello, this is WIA Director Steven Green VK2TSG, with a brief
 discussion of preparedness.

 In Australia, it is well known when Bushfire season begins,
 particularly, this is felt in rural areas and on the outskirts of
 our major towns and cities.  Some seasons are worse than others, and
 it is known that if we have a number of years without a widespread
 problem, the fuel on the ground will have  built up and increases the
 possibility of another catastrophic event.

 Backburning is often used to reduce leaf litter and other debris, but
 often does not cover as much area as needed.  Bushfires cant be
 eradicated completely in a practical sense, and if we were able to do
 this, it would harm the environment here downunder; this is because
 many native trees, shrubs, and other life, use fire as a trigger for
 seeding and regeneration.

 Prior to the arrival of the first-fleet and a number of years after,
 many native peoples would set fires to help regenerate areas when

 Today, we need to take precautions and prepare, enabling us to
 preserve life and limb, buildings and infrastructure, and so forth.
 So, in the hotter months, we must ask ourselves Are we ready?.
 In-short, and for most of us, I would say no, and that is a
 worrying thought.

 In New South Wales the Rural Fire Service have been promoting their
 updated Fire rating systems and signage, as well as locally running
 programmes to explain to households how to become prepared. No doubt,
 the Country Fire Authority in Victoria, and the Bushfire services in
 other states are doing the similar.

 As Radio Amateurs, we too must be ready.  Although we should do this
 for our own homes, we should also be Radio-Ready.  Often, we
 promote our ability to get messages through when the normal
 infrastructure is down, but would we be able to do this if called
 upon as you read this?

 Are your handheld or other batteries charged?

 Do you know where everything is if you had to load it into the car in
 the next 10 minutes? 

 Is it all in working order?

 Would you have enough supplies to last a 24-hour period without your
 home, the local supermarket, service station, or fast-food restaurant
 to stop at?

 A year or two ago, I was invited to give a talk on Amateur Radio to
 an Australian Preppers group, if you have not heard Prepping is
 the act of preparing for major outages or problems during natural
 disasters, civil unrest , or and any other interruptions to society
 and the availability of goods, services, and normal infrastructure.
 It includes any topic considered off-grid, these can be food
 preservation and storage, alternate power sources, the caching of
 resources, equipment, tools, and information that would allow you to
 survive for a moderate to long period of time without support.

 Prepping groups are quite popular in the United States with Amateur
 Radio being seen as an effective backup to communications if the
 internet and phone services were to be lost.  The Australian Prepping
 community has not yet taken this step, and in my talk, I detailed how
 easy it is to start in Amateur Radio and how it can be applied in
 these circumstances.

 Many of us came to Amateur Radio due to the technical aspects,
 others due to the ability to communicate, others come due to how it
 can be used to enhance other hobbies such as Four-Wheel driving, 
 outback or marine travel, scientific experimentation, and many
 others.  Prepping is an area that we have yet to engage and could
 also learn from.

 There are already many online videos, websites, books, and articles
 on emergency preparedness so I will not go into detail here,

 Additional information (unspoken)

 Here are some basic first steps to consider..
   Ensure that the batteries on your handheld and other devices are
    charged at all times.

   Collect together all the items you may need to keep your radio/s
    running such as cables, chargers, etc. and keep them in the same

   Test your equipment to ensure that it is in good working order.

   Collect a list of frequencies that may be of use in an event or
    emergency locally. This includes common simplex frequencies as
    many repeaters are unlikely to have battery power lasting more
    than 24 hours.  Have a number of them stored in your radio where

   Get a small bag together ( a go-Bag ) with a change of clothing,
    medications you would need over 24 to 48hrs if deployed or
    evacuated, along with any other essential items, such as a torch   
    and a broadcast receiver.

   Read up on your local Fire Service guides on how to prepare your
    home, family, and vehicle for a bushfire emergency, and encourage
    your neighbours, friends, and family to do the same.     Also,
    look for Amateur Radio information on preparing for emergencies.

   Perhaps standardise some of your connectors with Anderson
    PowerPoles and carry some RF adapters to increase standardisation
    and interoperability with the equipment of others.

   Later, consider moving some of your equipment into a Go-Box
    arrangement, that is, a station in a box.  Here, it can be all
    be setup and ready to go with just a power source and an antenna
    added, there are many examples online to look at.

   Ensure that you have a First-Aid kit and perhaps bottled water
    on-hand in-case its needed.

//////////////////////////////////End additional information

 Amateur Radio is a hobby to many, but emergencies are one of the
 circumstances that shows how it is much more than that.  Make
 yourself Radio-Ready, it may ensure your safety or that of your
 neighbours, town, or beyond.  Amateurs are often community minded,
 and many are members of local BushFire brigades, perhaps invite them
 or their team to your club to discuss Fire preparedness or even join
 WICEN in your State to learn more.

 Steven Paul Green EN, VK2TSG
 National Director & Board Member
 The Wireless Institute of Australia, founded in 1910

 Gidday! this is David, VK4DN from the Bundaberg Amateur Radio Club.
 WIA Convention is happening in Bundaberg on May 4th and 5th next
 year and we would love it if you could attend! 

 This is by far the #1 event in the calendar year for Amateur Radio
 in Australia! Its being held at the new State-of-the-Art Multiplex
 convention center and it promises to be an amazing weekend - full of
 interesting activities! 

 We have the 2024 WIA Conference and AGM:
 Interesting discussions about the future of Amateur radio in
 Australia / Election of the WIA Board / Award presentations.
 The annual WIA Gala Dinner: Enjoy a tasty buffet meal and take some
 time to meet with other amateurs from all over Australia.

 Guest Speakers:
 Two days of interesting talks about the many different aspects of
 our hobby. A commercial EXPO over the weekend where you can discover
 cutting-edge offerings from industry-leading companies in Australia
 with great equipment for sale and lots of Show Specials.

 Bundaberg Hamfest 2.0:
 Buy and sell new and used radio and electronic equipment.

 BARC Open Day:
 Where you can immerse yourself with hands-on demonstrations featuring
 state-of-the-art radio equipment such as computer controlled 
 satellite tracking systems and software as well as vintage radio
 equipment on display.
 We have also scheduled a contact with the International Space
 Station!:  Communications with an astronaut on the ISS, involving
 students from the Bundaberg State High School. We will have Soldering
 Workshops for the kids with interesting kits the youngsters can build
 and take home! Lots of great giveaways and raffle prizes over the 

 If youre planning to attend, make sure you book your accommodation
 soon. Bundaberg is an RV-Friendly Town and there are camping areas
 available if you are coming with your motorhome or caravan.

 If you are flying into Bundaberg , mini bus shuttles will meet you at
 the airport and take you to your accommodation and to and from the

 Mark the date in your calendar!  May 4th and 5th 2024

 We look forward to welcoming you to the 2024 Bundaberg WIA National

 73  this is VK4DN  from the Bundaberg Amateur Radio Club. 


 ARRL,  NZART, eHam, AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE, eHam, Hackaday and the World Wide sources of the WIA. 
 The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) will hold its
 2023 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-23) November 20 -
 December 15 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 The ITU is the United Nations' specialized agency for information
 and communication technologies. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, the
 ITU includes 193 member states and several hundred Sector members
 and associates.

 WRC conferences are held every three to four years to review and
 revise, if necessary, the ITU Radio Regulations, which is the
 international treaty governing use of the radio frequency spectrum
 and geostationary satellite and non-geostationary satellite orbits.

 To learn more about the agenda for WRC-23, visit
 WRC-23 Agenda  items - WRC-23 (


 Earlier this year, the U.S. Coast Guard received numerous harassing
 radio transmissions. Falsely crying mayday and letting loose racial
 and homophobic slurs, the caller caused military personnel to
 search the Saginaw Ba, a bay within Lake Huron located on the
 eastern side of the U.S. state of Michigan.

 Months after a voice analysis implicated him, an amateur radio
 operator from Huron County is facing federal charges for the
 ill-advised hoax.

 According to an affidavit, a special agent with the U.S. Coast Guard 
 was assigned to investigate two incidents of false distress 
 transmissions made via marine radio VHF Channel 16. Investigators
 believed the transmissions were made by the same person. 

 Authorities went to the home of a 40 year old, a Ham, which they had 
 tracked to Sebewaing, in the 300 block of 10th Street.

 Read more

 FCC Eyes New Approach to Wireless Alerts

 The lifesaving communication known as the wireless emergency alert
 system in the US, let down residents in the Hawaii fires recently and
 so the FCC has begun rethinking exactly how these alerts should be
 transmitted not to rely solely on the Cellphone system.

 Colin Butler, writing in the ICQ podcast tells how the FCC is looking
 for alternative ways for delivery of wireless emergency alerts that
 do not rely on functioning cell towers. Calling cell networks
 unreliable, the commission's Public Safety and Homeland Security
 Bureau is seeking ways to get messages to the public that do not run
 the risk of cell towers being knocked out of service or having
 coverage dead zones. 

 In a public notice, the FCC said it was looking for partners to test
 alternative technologies for emergency-alert use.

 According to a report in Radio World, the FCC is willing to consider
 satellites, high-altitude balloons, drones or similar technology to
 make up for gaps in wireless coverage. The FCC recalled one of the
 most recent incidents of cell coverage failing when in August,
 21 cell sites failed to function in Hawaii during the deadly
 wildfires in that state.

 ARRL DX Log Archive.

 This was founded by JA1BK, created, thanks to an endowment 
 established by Kan Mizoguchi, JA1BK, to obtain, preserve, and
 utilize paper logs from rare and significant DXpeditions. Paper logs
 of prominent DXpeditions or logs from stations and operators active
 from more rare locations from the 1950s through the 1980s, are the
 main items which are being saved from the waste bin and archived at

 The archive includes pre-1950 paper logs as well as those from
 interesting operations, other documents from DXpeditions, and
 logs kept by long-time residents of rare entities.

 Logs which are now part of the Archive are indexed online and are
 being digitized and uploaded into Logbook of the World (LoTW).



 Special event station AU2JC will be paying homage to Indian scientist
 Jagadish Chandra Bose, this coming November 23 through December 11.

 Considered by some as the "Father of Wireless Communication," Bose
 was both a pioneer in microwave optics, and demonstrated wireless
 communication as early as 1895.

 VU2DSI is operating with this call, AU2JC, and if you kinda recognise
 the call, the same operator has 'fired it up' every year since 2005
 sign for the last 18 years since 2005.


 As our Aussie Bushfire Storm season rapidly approaches we see that
 TELSTRA are getting in early with forward planning 

 Telstra say their payphones are vital for local community members
 wanting to make a call or get online, so over the next two years
 they're working to upgrade 1,000 payphones in disaster-prone areas
 with more capabilities you might need in a disaster.

 Capabilities such as USB charging for your devices and free Wi-Fi
 connectivity, and back-up power to these payphones so they're more
 helpful. BUT - keep note of where your nearest payphone is in case
 of an emergency, they are not on every street corner as they were 
 till the 80's.



              VHF-UHF Spring Field Day.
              25 - 26 November.
              0100 UTC Saturday to 0059 UTC Sunday BUT to make it a
              little fairer in VK6, they add 3 hours onto start and
              end times.  

              75th CQ World Wide DX Contest's CW leg is November
              25-26 on the 160 to 10m contest bands, exchange is
              signal report and your CQ Zone.

 Ross Hull Memorial Contest.

 Running on VHF and above for the month of January.
 You nominate the best 7 day or 2 day period per category.

 For more information visit the contest page at



 VK 90 AR for Amateur Radio Magazine.

 This is Roger Harrison VK2ZRH, Editor-in-Chief of Amateur Radio
 Again. That chance in a lifetime is still waiting.

 Sign up to use VK90AR, the special event call sign celebrating
 90 years of continuous publication of Amateur Radio magazine and
 have that experience yourself.

 Amateur Radio magazine was first published in October 1933. Featuring
 a bright, bold-red cover, that 24-page issue was priced at sixpence,
 which would  buy you two ice cream cones in 1933! And about that 
 todays 68-page magazine cover price still buys you two ice cream
 cones! Well  it did the last time a bought some in Surfers

 The WIA President in 1933, George Thompson VK3TH, said that the new 
 magazine satisfied a long-felt want Amazingly, that want has never

 Signing up to use VK90AR is a simple process. Just apply on the WIA
 website Online Event Calendar, where you can book a roster to suit
 yourself. If you already know where the Online Event Calendar is,
 jump to it. Or, go to the website address in the text version of this
 broadcast. Its also in a news item featured on the WIA website home

 To borrow from old Will Shakespeare himself 
 once more unto the DX bands, dear friends!

 Dont delay. VK90AR expires on 31 December 2023.

 And listeners  if you hear VK90AR on AM on 40 metres, give our
 operator a shout!  Get to it. Im Roger Harrison VK2ZRH for
 VK1WIA National News.


 ZL7A is up on air till November 22 on 160 to 6 meters using SSB, CW,
 FT8, and FT4 with three stations.
 QSL via LoTW.


 Kazu, M0CFW (JK3GAD) will again be active from Rodrigues island as
 3B9KW during the CQWW CW contest (November 25-26).

 Activity before/after contest (November 19 to December 1) as

 QSL via LoTW.




Special event station DU 37 EUDXF is on air until November 30
celebrating 37 years of the European DX Foundation.
QSL via operators' instructions.




 HB 8 DELOY is the special callsign for members of the Swiss Air Force
 Museum's Radio Club commemorating the 100th anniversary of the first
 transatlantic amateur two-way contact between Leon Deloy, F8AB and
 Fred Schnell, 1MO which took place on 28 November 1923.

 Look for activity until 31st December.
 QSL via HB9ACA (bureau preferred).

 (SARL HF update)



BM 0 QSO until December 31, using mostly digital modes.
QSL via BM 2 JCC.




 NASA has 'launched' ( pardon the pun ) a new app to make it easier
 than ever to spot the International Space Station in the night sky.

 NASA has long operated the "Spot the Station" website, but its new
 app, available on for both iPhone and Android, brings augmented
 reality features and a handy interface to learn more about our
 orbiting laboratory.

 Find the app at the Apple App Store or at Google Play.

 ( ANS-309 AMSAT News ) 

 SatDump, that popular piece of software used to decode imagery from
 weather satellites such as NOAA-18 and others, has gained significant
 updates to the way it processes and projects received images on maps.

 Imagery projections are now much more accurate as a result of recent
 code refactors. A detailed deep-dive into the changes have been
 published, obviously check out the link when you read the text 
 editions of this, the WIA National News Service.

 Of course SatDump is available for all major platforms.

 AMSAT-VK Secretary - secretary(at)

 EIRSAT-1 is expected to launch on a Space X Falcon 9 rocket from
 Vandenberg Air Force Base, USA, on November 29. It will have a 
 downlink on the IARU coordinated frequency of 437.100 MHz.

 EIRSAT-1 has been built by students from University College Dublin
 under the framework of ESA Academys Fly Your Satellite! programme,
 a fully hands-on initiative supporting university student teams in
 the development of their own satellites.

 The project began in 2017.


 After more than 15 years in orbit, Delfi-C3's mission is about to
 come to an end. The prediction is that re-entry will take place
 around November 16th

 Delfi-C3 is a CubeSat satellite, again constructed by students, this
 time from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.

 Wouter Weggelaar, PA3WEG, says, "We would like to request all
 amateur radio operators / SWL's / satellite enthusiasts worldwide
 to listen for Delfi-C3's telemetry downlink on 145.867 MHz, 1200 baud
 AX.25 BPSK. We will hand out an award certificate to the person
 submitting the last Delfi-C3 telemetry frame."  This can be done
 either through the RASCAL software, through the SATNOGS network or
 by sending decoded telemetry frames with reception time and location

 email to

 ( ANS-309 AMSAT News ) 

 Recordings of military transmissions can be found on the
 Signal Identification Guide Wiki at

 Remembrance Day (Veterans Day in USA) 2023 Special Events:

 Special event stations will offer many opportunities for we amateur
 radio operators to honour Veterans and make contacts Nov 11. 

 K 1 USN Radio Club is on the air showing their appreciation for
 those who have served in the military.
 K1USN is on the HF bands on SSB, CW, and FT8, and K1USN QSL cards
 will be available for all who contact the station.

 The American Legion Post 111 Amateur Radio Club, KA 4 TAL, in
 South Carolina is also operating and on 14.255,  7.264, 14.275, and
 7.185 MHz.

 On the same day, the Liberty ship S.S. John W. Brown, K 8 JWB, are
 holding National Liberty Ship Day. The event honours those who served
 in the military and operated, protected, and built all 2,710 World
 War II Liberty ships, including the Merchant Marines, the Navy Armed
 Guard, and the female shipyard workers recruited during the war.
 Operations will be on 14.250, 7.225, and 21.300 MHz.

 Also November 11, the United States Marine Corps will celebrate its
 248th anniversary, yes 248th, it was officially formed in 1775.

 The USS Midway CV-41 COMEDTRA amateur radio station, NI 6 IW, is
 on the air on 14.320, 7.250, and 14.070 MHz. The station is using
 PSK31, D-STAR, the PAPA System repeaters, and a wide-area amateur
 radio network of 57 additional repeaters on 19 hilltops providing
 extensive coverage of the Southern California region and beyond.
 A QSL card will be available for every operator who contacts NI6IW.

 A complete list of Veterans Day stations, is available at

 Type "Veterans" in the keyword search bar to find the stations.



 QRP activity that has recently occurred in Tasmania.

 First item this broadcast is a congratulations to Nic VK7WW.
 He has been having quite a few successful long distance QRP Morse
 Code contacts.  All using his 80 metre, 1 watt, transmitter project
 called the Cent, which he designed as a celebration of 100 years
 of Amateur Radio in Tasmania.

 Nic received a Milliwatts Per Kilometre Award from the
 CW Operators QRP Club Inc. of Australia. Being for a successful
 contact between Legana in Tasmania to Mark VK6QI in Bedfordale, Perth
  Western Australia. 

 With a total distance of 2924 Kilometres this equates to 2.92 mW per
 kilometre! Not bad going for a 1 watt single transistor transmitter

 Peter VK7KPC has also had some luck. This time with his ex-military
 WS62 HF transceiver, circa WW2, that he is repairing and restoring.
 It appears Peter is having some success with repairs as he recently
 made a contact on 80 metres using 1 watt into Sydney NSW.

 Well I think QRP is certainly in good hands at the moment, thank you
 Nic and Peter for the updates.


 (Youngsters On The Air)

 The Radio Communications Foundation (RCF) is a small charity that  
 seeks to promote radio engineering and amateur radio in the UK.

 Trustees have agreed to fund 60 Foundation exams each year.

 The funding will be available to anyone who is under the age of 21,
 in full-time education and who needs help with the exam fee.

 Fifteen exams will be funded every three months with the first batch
 of exams funded in January 2024. If any of the allocated funds are
 not used, they will be rolled over to the next quarter.

 Further details about the RCF, and how to donate, can be found on its

 In IARU Region 1, December is Youngsters on the Air, or YOTA, month
 and is an exciting opportunity for you, clubs, schools, or social
 groups to host an amateur radio station with the aim of getting more
 youngsters active on the amateur bands.

 RSGB will provide access to the special callsign GB 23 YOTA and a
 full list of operating slots will be made available on
 If youd like further information, you can email

 (gb2rs news)

 And with even more YOTA News it's to the USA where Youngstown State  
 University's amateur radio station K 8 YSU competed in the American
 Radio Relay League's School Club Roundup last month.

 The School Club Roundup is a nationwide, radio-based competition that
 challenges students in college, high school and elementary school to
 contact as many as possible radio stations across the world within
 one week.

 The competition is held each semester, usually in October and


 Emergency Centre of Activity (CoA) frequencies  
 3.600, 7.110, 14.300, 18.160 and 21.360 MHz        

 Region 1 3760  7110  14300  18160  21360 kHz

 Region 2 3750  3985  7060  7240  7275  14300  18160   21360kHz

 Although wildfires near Chattanooga, Tennessee have been brought
 under control, the region's High Point Repeater site has been left
 disabled by cable damage left behind by the blaze.

 The 220MHz repeater, the Wires-X repeater and the APRS digipeater
 and iGate system of the Lookout Mountain Amateur Radio Community,
 N 4 LMC, will not return to use until further notice, according to
 the club's website. The damage also temporarily knocked a broadcast
 FM station off the air.

 The Lookout Mountain amateurs' website said the group will need to
 replace all cables at the site. They are also awaiting word from the
 tower owners about possible damage to the tower, guy wires and
 anchor points.

 (ARNewsLine 2400)


2023 Social Scene

 Clubs are welcome to submit text with audio for this section

 Details of all WIA affiliated clubs and societies can be found
 on the WIA website, including email addresses and website links.

 VK3 - Rosebud RadioFest at Eastbourne Primary School Sunday,
       This Sunday November 12                                                                      							(vk3pdg)

 VK4 - ON NOW Gold Coast Amateur Radio Society HamFest 12th November 
       Country Paradise Parklands, 231 Beaudesert Nerang RD, Nerang.

 VK5 - South Coast Amateur radio club, Thursday 23 November AGM
       7 pm at Seaford Meadows Scout Hall Railway Parade.

 VK4 - Ipswich Christmas BBQ, Kholo Gardens picnic area from 10am
       November 25                                         (vk4hit)

 VK7 - NTARC MASSIVE RADIO AUCTION Saturday 25th November
       Northern Tasmania AR Clubrooms Rocherlea, Launceston.

       Nic VK7WW
       Do these names mean anything to you?
       Pin your ears back and have a listen!

       AWA, Geloso, Johnson,  Marconi, Bendix , Hallicrafters,
       Heathkit, GEC, Zenith, and Eddystone.

       Didnt recognise many? Lets go more modern:

       Codan, Realistic, Motorola, Kenwood, Drake, Icom, Phillips,
       KLM, Uniden, Yaesu, Racal, TYT, Radioddity, and Barrett.
       Well, all these manufacturers equipments are in The Tasmanian
       Massive Radio Auction in two weeks time.

       Email  secretary(at) for the current list; and see
       you there on Saturday 25 Nov.

       73 from Nic, VK7WW (double scotch)

 VK5 - Amateur Radio Experimenters Group Radio & Electronics Sale
       November 26                                           (vk5qi)


2024 IT'S A DATE

 Clubs are welcome to email text with audio for this section

 Details of all WIA affiliated clubs and societies can be found
 on the WIA website, including email addresses and website links.

 VK3 - BARG HamFest 4th of February next door to BARG clubrooms
       at Ballarat Airport 10:00 am.                                         (vk3kqt)

 VK - WIA AGM MAY 4 5 - BUNDABERG.                          (vk2tsg)

 VK - National Volunteer Week Monday 20  Sunday 26 May 2024.
      National Volunteer Week (NVW) is Australias largest annual
      celebration of volunteers and their important contribution to
      our communities.


 Click the links below to download the most recent edition of
 National News, BUT this is ONLY the backup site!

 WIANEWS backup thanks to Brendan VK4BLP can be found on

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 to the original text version and original audio on wia site)


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