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VK National News 19Nov23

Text edition:
 
Weekly news from the WIA:
MP3 edition of news available at: http://www.wia-files.com/podcast/wianews-2023-11-19.mp3 
Text edition:

 2023 NOVEMBER 19 VK NATIONAL NEWS BROADCAST ON VK1WIA
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 THE BEST NEWS YOU'LL GET ALL WEEK

 THIS LINK IS A VIDEO VERSION OF NEWS COMPILED BY VK5BD BEVAN
 tinyurl.com/WIA-News-Videos

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 NATIONAL NEWS FOR WEEK COMMENCING NOV 19  2023 
 IN OUR 28th YEAR OF NON STOP NEWS

  THIS WEEK:-

  ALARA PRESIDENT Michelle VK2AYL. -

  WIA DIRECTOR Giles Kirby VK5GK. -

  WIA AR MAGAZINE EDITOR IN CHIEF Roger Harrison VK2ZRH.

  PLUS MUCH MUCH MORE IN THIS EDITION OF NEWS FROM THE
  WIRELESS INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA.
 
  I'M EDITOR GRAHAM VK4BB



 
 ALARA

 Michelle VK2AYL joins us, fresh back from ALARAMEET in Tasmania.

 ALARAMeet 2023  Hobart Tasmania

 The 2023 ALARAMeet was a great success with 52 ALARA members and
 their partners travelling down to Hobart Tasmania from the 3rd to the
 5th of November.  This was the first opportunity for ALARA members to
 meet face to face since our last get together prior to Covid.
  
 The members enjoyed a series of presentations over the weekend on
 topics including Chasing & Activating Parks, Contesting, Encouraging
 younger generations to get involved with amateur radio and joining in
 with nets.  Members brought along displays of radio items of interest
 to view over the weekend and everyone enjoyed a Sunday lunch and
 Fox Hunt with the Radio and Electronics Association of Southern
 Tasmania.  Formal dinners included guest speakers Alison Alexander on
 the history of the Tasmania Female Factory and Phil Tyson from the
 Sound Preservation Society of Tasmania were also really popular.
     
 There were also opportunities to explore the sites with visits to
 Salamanca Markets, Peppermint Bay, Richmond, the Tasmanian Symphony
 and the Cascades Female Factory during the week.    

 Thank you very much to Linda VK7QP and her team for organising the
 event and to all the sponsors who helped make it possible.  Of note
 attendees Mark and Dee were very excited to take home the major
 raffle prize of an ID-50A VHF/UHF Handheld Transceiver from ICOM.
  
 ALARA members are now looking forward to our 50th birthday
 celebrations in July 2025 in Victoria.
  
 For more information about ALARA visit
 alara.org.au





 WIA

 JOIN THE WIA
 tinyurl.com/yyj87b9y

 This is WIA Director Giles Kirby (VK5GK) and this is the directors
 comment.

 Three items today.

 Item 1. QSL cards seem more popular than ever and were currently
 seeking volunteers to help at the head office in Melbourne with
 card sorting. If youre interested in volunteering your time
 please drop us an email or contact us through the WIA website.
 Im literally always saying it but volunteers are our lifeblood
 and I have all the time in the world for anyone willing to offer
 theirs.


 Item 2 . The 2024 WIA AGM/Conference will be held on Star Wars Day
 (May 4th). The organising committee are currently preparing the
 program and are very keen to hear from members who would be able to
 do a special interest seminar. This Conference will be held in
 Bundaberg but Im sure we can make provisions for remote 
 presentations. Please get in touch and well discuss.


 Item 3. Registrations for the WIA conference will open early in the
 new year. I look forward to meeting more of the community. QLD has a
 special place in my heart as my wife and I first moved there when we
 came to Australia in 2013. My first callsign was in fact VK4FAEI,
 quite the mouthful.

 Best wishes everyone. This was the directors comment from Director
 Giles Kirby (VK5GK). 73.

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 INTERNATIONAL NEWS With thanks to IARU, RSGB, RAC,
 ARRL,  NZART, eHam, AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE, eHam, 
 Radioworld.com Hackaday and the World Wide sources of the WIA. 
 

REGION ONE

IN GERMANY, AN EASIER WAY TO REPORT RFI

Amateurs in Germany now have a direct means of communication with the federal regulator BNetZa when they want to report electronic devices that have caused radio interference or are inaccurately labelled as being safe. An online form allows a report to be made with relevant details so that the agency can more easily take action and determine if these devices are non-compliant, dangerous - or both. Customs agents and postal authorities will also be notified of imported devices that are found to be faulty so those items can be placed on the list of banned products.

The form is designed to help expedite an official response, especially with regard to interference - be it on the amateur radio frequencies or on mobile phones or broadcast radio and TV.

For online applications, you will need to prove your German identity.
With the BundID, you have several options to do this. Then a YouTube
video explains the functions and benefits of BundID in more detail.

tinyurl.com/yprbw7by




 BRUSSELS

 On February 3 and 4, 2024, the FOSDEM conference will again be held
 in Brussels.

 FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Developers European Meeting) is the
 largest conference for developers of open source software and
 open source hardware in Europe. The conference has been held annually
 since 2001.

 The term open source includes open source software (also known by the
 term FOSS), open source hardware (OSHW), as well as open data and
 knowledge, think for example the widely known website Wikipedia.

 FOSDEM, in recent times attracts about 6000 visitors each year.

 What does this have to do with Amateur Radio?

 We amateur-radio uses are using more and more open source  
 technology, .. and FOSDEM 2024 will , for the first time, have its
 own corner dedicated to the amateur-radio hobby.




 The Region 1 Programme for Disabled Radio Amateurs (PDRA)
 Coordinator, Riri, OD5RI invites member society to participate in
 and to promote the International Day of Persons with Disabilities
 on Sunday 3 December. This day is a global opportunity to raise
 awareness and promote inclusivity for individuals with disabilities.





 REGION TWO.

 WASHINGTON

 Federal Communications Commission have now adopted new rules to
 incentivize innovation and experimentation in the amateur radio bands
 by removing outdated restrictions and providing licensees with the
 flexibility to use modern digital emissions.

 The Report and Order adopted November 13 eliminates the baud rate
 limitation, instead, the Commission establishes a 2.8 kHz bandwidth
 limitation in the applicable amateur radio bands. The changes will
 enable the amateur radio community to operate more efficiently,
 including in support of emergency situations when appropriate, and
 foster experimentation, which is a core principle of the amateur
 radio service.

 The FCC also adopted a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which
 proposes and seeks comment on the removal of the baud rate limitation
 in the VHF and UHF bands and in the 2200 meter and 630 meter bands.




 HD Radio Passes 100 Million Car mark

 Calling it a major milestone, Xperi says the number of cars
 incorporating HD Radio has surpassed 100 million. Xperi Inc. is an
 American multinational technology company that develops software
 solutions for consumer electronics and connected cars.

 The connected car is a key part of the companys business, and video
 is playing a growing role within that context. Xperi noted that the
 DTS AutoStage Video Service, Powered by TiVo, recently was
 integrated into the BMW 5-Series. These vehicles are now in showrooms
 across the United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, France,
 Spain and South Korea. BMW will expand the AutoStage Video rollout in
 these regions to a broad range of additional models across various
 vehicle segments.

 Within the radio space, Xperi noted that, in the last quarter, it won
 a new HD Radio and DTS AutoStage program with Ford Motor Co. for its
 new radio platform unveiled at the North American Auto Show. It said 
 that program is now in production for certain North American
 vehicles.

 At the 'older end' of the car radio market, The National Association
 of Broadcasters says the auto industry is overstating the cost of
 keeping AM radio in electric vehicles.

 The broadcast group believes the Alliance for Automotive Innovation,
 which paid for the 21-page report from the Centre for Automotive
 Research, misrepresents, distorts and spins the facts about
 interference mitigation found in the report.

 The auto industry puts the cost to carmakers at $3.8 billion over 
 seven years. NAB replies that the material cost of addressing AM band
 interference in EVs is relatively low because mitigation measures are
 often necessary and implemented to support other electronic systems
 susceptible to EMI.





 REGION 3 

 A very special (and close to home) special event has but 5 or 6 weeks 
 left to run..

 Roger Harrison has the details
 
 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.

 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
 page.

 wia.org.au/newsevents/news/2023/20230921-1/index.php


 Dont delay. VK90AR expires on 31 December 2023.

 Im Roger Harrison VK2ZRH for VK1WIA National News.


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 HAM RADIO OPERATIONAL NEWS - IT'S A CONTACT SPORT  
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 NOW CONTEST WISE:-
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 Caution: Software Updates before a Contest.

 A wise word from our SARL friends  - in todays world of
 self-updating computers, be mindful of changes to your configuration
 that may inadvertently happen when software is upgraded.

 Microsoft Windows as an example can change port assignments,
 sound devices and so forth after updates, which could make radio
 control problematic. Updates to any software involved in your contest
 operation should be treated with caution just before a contest 
 starts.

 A prudent person might spend a half hour or so before the contest
 verifying that everything is operating as it should be

 (sarl hf happenings)



NOW OUR NEXT CONTEST...

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              VHF-UHF Spring Field Day.
              NEXT WEEKEND 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.  
                                                      (wia.org.au)


              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.




 NOW CONTEST WISE:- 2024
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 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
 wia.org.au/members/contests/rosshull/

 (VK2TBC)

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 JANUARY 2024 VHF-UHF Summer Field Day.
              13 - 14 January.
              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.  
                                                      (wia.org.au)


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 AUSTRALIA DAY CONTEST

 This contest is to encourage Amateur Radio promotional Activity
 around the world and is designed to encourage friendly participation
 and help improve the operating skills of participants.

 It is held on the Australia Day Public Holiday, 26th of January.

 Amateurs here in in VK will endeavour to contact other amateurs
 around the world. Some VK operators will be using the AX prefix to
 celebrate Australia day, as its wanted by many amateurs.

 Scoring is distance based and calculated using 4-character grid
 squares.

                                                        (wia.org.au)
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 DX WINDOW 
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 Tanzania.

 Maurizio, IK2GZU, is on the air as 5 H 3 MB during his spare time
 until December 8 from southern Tanzania where he works at a
 hospital and orphanage. He is active mostly on 20 to 10 m.
 QSL via home call IK2GZU, LoTW, eQSL.

 (sarl)

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 OMAN.

A 43 ND celebrates the 53rd Omani National Day during November. The day itself was yesterday the 18th.
QSL via EC 6DX, LoTW, eQSL, qrz.com.

(eHam)


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 NORWAY

 LA 100 K is the special callsign in use by Akademisk [ACA-DEM-EESK]
 Radioklubb, LA1K to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its
 foundation.

 It is the oldest amateur radio club in Norway.

 The special callsign will be in use until the 31st of December and
 QSL route is VERY easy, via the bureau, or direct.

 (eHam)


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 LUXEMBOURG

 LX 90 RTL is in use to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Radio
 Luxembourgs first long-wave broadcast.

 It will be used by various LX operators until the end of the year.

 Listen for the callsign on the HF bands on SSB, CW, digital modes
 and via satellite. All QSOs will be confirmed automatically via the
 DARC bureau.
 The logs will be uploaded to Club Log, Logbook of the World
 and eQSL on a regular basis.

 For more information see QRZ.com

 (rsgb)

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 MEDIA WATCH

 The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has found
 Prime Television (Victoria) Pty Limited, a licensee of the Seven
 Network, in breach of the  local content rules 

 acma.gov.au/local-tv-content-regional-areas

 Seven has not broadcast any local content in Mildura during the
 16-month period since it has had a regulatory obligation to do so.

 The requirement for Seven to provide local content in the Mildura
 area was triggered when Seven acquired the Prime regional television
 network in December 2021. The local content rules began to apply to
 the Mildura service and to former Prime services acquired by Seven in
 other regional markets from July 2022. This was the first time these
 rules were triggered following a network acquisition. Seven met the
 local content requirement for its television services in seven other
 regional markets.

 Under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, regional commercial TV
 licensees must broadcast a minimum amount of local news or other
 material of local significance. Seven is obliged to provide 100
 minutes of local content or 50 minutes of local news per week as a
 condition of its licence to broadcast TV in the Mildura area.

 (ACMA) 


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 WORLD WIDE SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP NEWS
 SUMMITS ON THE AIR, WORLD WIDE FLORA, FAUNA PROGRAM,
 PARKS ON THE AIR and other ADVENTURE GROUPS.
 
 hema.org.uk/index.jsp
 minesontheair.com/about-mota
 parksontheair.com/
 sota.org.uk 
 sotawatch.sota.org.uk/en/
 facebook.com/SotaAustralia/
 wwffaustralia.com/
 https://bunkersontheair.wixsite.com/october23

 Disruption of SOTA Services Possible from Volcanic Eruption

 Andy (MM0FMF), a member of the SOTA Management Team, communicated
 to Amateur Radio Daily the potential for disruption of SOTA services
 such as the SOTA Cluster and SMS services should a volcanic eruption
 occur in Grindavik, Iceland.

 The data center containing SOTA services is located just outside the
 town of Grindavik.

 With thousands of small earthquakes occurring and large cracks
 appearing on roads over the past few days, experts warn that a
 volcanic eruption is possible.

 Andy, MM0FMF said on the SOTA reflector " It seemed like such a good
 idea at the time get a server in Iceland where theres lots of Green
 Data Centre cooling (just open the windows and let the cold air in)
 and lots of Green power.

 The data centre housing the SMS and Cluster services is only 31km
 from the town of Grindavik were there are signs of an imminent
 volcanic eruption. Who knows if the data centre will be affected or
 not. I do have an alternative site to move the services to if there
 are problems. Just be aware there could be disruptions to the
 service."




 With Christmas on the horizon, the UK Bunkers-on-the-Air awards
 scheme has introduced a special set of awards in the format of an 
 Advent Calendar.

 Bunker activators will be on the air from UK bunkers in the official
 ROC reference list from December 1st through the 24th, and chasers
 can symbolically "open" a new bunker door each day by working that
 station - right up through Christmas.

 Bunkers on the Air is a rapidly growing amateur radio activity that
 centres around old Royal Observer Corps monitoring posts or bunkers.
 Unfortunately there still appears no "push" to allow ANY bunkers,
 other than ROC, to operate which would of course open this up around  
 the world much like SILOS on the air and MUSEAMS.
 
 (story sourced to ARNewsLine 2402)




 WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS --- ASTRONOMY

 Feel the power of the sun in an incredible new time-lapse of solar
 activity. Astrophotographer Miguel Claro of Lisbon, Portugal captured
 the entire full disc of the sun on Oct. 12, showing the sun streaking
 towards its maximum of activity in its 11-year solar cycle.

 The new video, Miguel wrote on his website, is "showing a lot of
 interesting features in motion, such as eruptive prominences,
 filaments, active regions with minor flares, small spicules dancing
 like hair in the wind, and a delicate waved line of plasma."

 The video shows the sun rotating over three hours with the plasma
 trapped in the sun's strong magnetic fields hundreds of kilometres
 above the surface, Claro said, "until it (the plasma) has been
 released into space in a blink of an eye."

 space.com/sun-timelapse-solar-activity-dark-sky-view

 (space.com)




 WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS --- CW
 www.morsecodeclassnet.com 

 STRAIGHT KEY CENTURY CLUB CONTEST

 The Straight Key Century Club is holding a contest among its 
 members -- but for this competition, you don't need your key -
 just a sense of style, as we hear from Randy Sly W4XJ.

 If you're a member of the Straight Key Century Club, there are a
 few ways you can get ready for the SKCC Anniversary and Straight Key
 Month being held in January 2024. You can, of course, practice and
 train at home to work on your sending and your copying - and perhaps
 even plan on being one of the operators for the K3Y event. If your
 talents extend to holding a pencil, a pen or even a paintbrush, you
 might want to submit a design to be considered for the official
 2024 QSL card.

 The club is once again holding a contest to select a design and SKCC
 members get the final say. They'll be voting on their top picks in
 mid-December and will be able to view all the qualifying submissions
 displayed on the SKCC website.

 Although only the most popular design will end up on the QSL card,
 many of the others will appear in the SKCC's print calendar.

 The club is also inviting members to resubmit updated versions of
 designs submitted earlier that weren't in the final pick.

 There are certain design guidelines and specifications that need to
 be followed, however. Please visit the SKCC website for detailed
 instructions on how to display your design and incorporate the 
 required text elements.

 Designs are due no later than the 14th of December.

 (SKCC)




 WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - FINAL FRONTIER 
 AMSAT-VK Secretary - secretary(at)amsat-vk.org

 Jrme, F4DXV, set yet another distance record on October 15th
 when he worked Scott, N1AIA, on SO-50, a distance of 5,645.3 km.
 This eclipses the previous record of 5,548 km set in May.
 Additionally, Puneit Singh, VU2TUM, claimed the initial distance
 record on Tevel-2 with a 3,815 km QSO with BA 1 PK.

 (AMSAT)




 Back in June, the URESAT-1 satellite was launched. Developed by
 AMSAT-EA, the satellite carries an SSTV camera, and FM and digital
 repeater payloads providing services to amateur radio enthusiasts
 around the world.

 Signals have been received with the use of several large dish ground
 stations, and efforts continue to deploy the spacecraft antennas and
 improve the downlink strength.

 At the request of AMSAT-EA, AMSAT has now designated URESAT-1 as
 Spain-OSCAR 120 (SO-120).

 (ANS)




 WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - IOTA

 AF-017

 Rodrigues Island is on air with Kazu, active as 3B9/M0CFW
 from Rodrigues (AF-017) today 19th to first of December.
 He will participate in the CQ WW DX CW Contest as 3 B 9 KW.
 QSLs via LoTW and Club Log's OQRS

 (sarl hf happenings)




 WW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS --- VHF AND ABOVE.

 The First Worked All US States Certificate Awarded for the
 33-Centimeter Band

 On November 4, 2023, Al Ward's, W5LUA, 38-year quest to contact all
 50 states on the 33-centimeter band ended when he received the first
 ever Worked All States certificate for (902 - 928 MHz).

 Ward started collecting states on the band shortly after it was
 opened in 1985.

(ARRL)




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.



 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


 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)ntarc.net 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)

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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.
       barg.org.au/                                         (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.




 
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 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
 wiaq.org.au

 BACKUPS OF THE BACKUP!!  thanks to Tony VK7AX
 www.vk7ax.id.au/wianews/
 
 wia.org.au/members/broadcast/wianews/ (This is the link
 to the original text version and original audio on wia site)


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