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This is WIANEWS for week commencing SEPTEMBER 30 2007


What is the best future direction of the WIA Grant scheme?
That is the question that the WIA Board asks members advice.
VK4ERM Ewan McLeod VP WIA joins us.

The 2007 Grant Committee has now reported and the WIA Board decisions on
allocations of grants has been publicised on the WIA web site and in this
News item.

The committee made a number of comments about the 2007 scheme and the Board
believes that WIA members should have the opportunity to provide input into
any changes to future schemes of this kind....

The WIA Board believes the grant schemes can be an important element of
supporting the development of amateur radio. Affiliated Clubs in particular
should consider what could be done to make the scheme more appropriate given
the comments and observations of the Grant Committee.

The full text of the Grant Committee comments are on the WIA web site but in
essence what they said was this:

Firstly, the committee considers that the scheme is not working as well as it
could They believe that Innovation is not being stimulated. For instance they
noted that no 2007 applications were received for digital communications, APRS
or any other newer technology or innovative projects. They suggest that future
grant schemes should redesigned to promote innovation in special interest
areas. This, they argue, should promote clubs to look outward into newer areas
of technology applicable to amateur radio.

The committee was disappointed that many clubs have an overwhelming focus on
operating and maintaining repeater communications systems, where most of the
technology involved is well established. They felt that few grant applications
focused on the promotion of amateur radio or the WIA. Most promotion was
incidental to the project being applied for.

The Grant Committee also commented on the need for a different approach to
promoting training opportunities, which they felt were best dealt with by some
other approach than competitive grants. I should note here that members will
be aware of the very excellent brochures on amateur radio and on the WIA we
have produced and distributed widely. These make a big impact on our
marketing and promotion tasks...

Finally in their comments, the committee noted that the grants scheme requires
a reporting mechanism and this is a matter we will follow up in our
correspondence with clubs and in future schemes.

I would ask all members to consider these issues and give us advice by the
closing date of 1st December this year. In particular the WIA Board would like
to hear how you think your club would see the grants scheme evolving.

Comments should be forwarded to the WIA Secretary no later than 1 December
2007. Comments may be emailed to or by post to the
Secretary WIA at PO Box 2175 Caulfield Junction Vic 3161.
Subject head emails or mark envelopes "Future Direction of WIA Grant Scheme.


Brett VK2CBD reports that a very successful open weekend was held at the CSIRO
Parkes radio telescope last week with about 3500 people in attendance. About
2000 people took the opportunity to have a close look around the facility on
one of the many 30 minute guided tours that were conducted.

The WIA, Orana Region ARC and the Orange and Districts ARC were all in
attendance handing out lots of information and advice for those interested in
amateur radio. Most of the promotional material and give always which included
caps and stubby holders from Icom Australia, CD's full of AR related programs
and information, copies of AR, and the now well known "Calling CQ" pamphlets
were given away during the weekend. All in all a fantastic result for
amateur generally and for the Orana and Orange Clubs. Brett would like to
acknowledge the splendid job done by all those involved, including Brian
VK2KML, James VK2FQZL , John and Jean VK3???, Jamie VK2???, Bob VK2???,
Phil VK2FIL, and Greg VK2???.


vk1 local news email
and ask for subscription.

An attempted break in has taken place at the club rooms in Farrer.
Entry was gained to the compound by cutting the chain on the side gate.
Despite some heavy duty attempts on the shack door they were unable to gain
entry. The existing lock was damaged in the attempt however it still prevented
entry to the shack. Security has been further enhanced thanks to Alan VK1WX.

web service:-

The Wagga Amateur Radio Club is this year's host for the Riverina Field Day.

The Field Day is being held on the 27th and 28th of October. So please
pencil the date into your calendar.

The venue is again the clubhouse in Small St. The usual flea markets, Trade
and other displays will run continuously in the hall from 9am on Sunday.

There will be a Field Day dinner to mark the opening and will be held at
Clubrooms on the Saturday evening. It will take the form of a smorgasbord.
Bookings are essential.

More Field Day information can be obtained from the club's website

Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW and is well situated halfway
between Sydney and Melbourne. These days it is a very leisurely 4 and a half
hour drive from Sydney's outskirts with the majority of the trip on dual lane
highway. So why not plan a getaway and join us for the weekend.

For more information contact John VK2YW on 02 6926 5471 AH or

Allan VK2JED informs us all that Westlakes Amateur Radio Club will be holding
its First Field/Market Day on the 11th November, Lee Andrews Communications
will be at this event.
The gates will be open to the community at 8am and will close around 4pm.

VK2JED has also asked that members and visitors please have a look through
their gear to see if there is anything that they would like to donate to
Westlakes club for this event.

web service:-

IRLP Nodes on the move.

In line with the new simplex frequencies for IRLP nodes, several VK3 gateways
have made the change. VK3DRB node 6340 has moved to 145.400 , new node VK3RVZ
node 6506 is on 145.350 and VK3HFS Node 6167 soon to be an R call has moved
to 145.325

web service local news:-
local news email subscribe in subject field.

Central Highlands AGM winding up today

As the News goes to air this morning those who have
attended the Central Highlands Amateur Radio Club
Annual General Meeting at Camp Fairbairn near Emerald
are getting ready to bid farewell to each other and wend
their ways back home.

This mornings Recovery Breakfast put the icing on the cake
for a terrific weekend.

There will be more on the AGM Election in this and next weeks local QNEWS


Prasad VU2PTT, has given a talk to a Mass Communication & Journalism class at a
leading college at Bangalore about the usefulness of Amateur Radio in general.

This at the request of the Professor of the class.

The more we are able to spread the "good word" about our hobby, the stronger
it becomes, world wide!

The final version of the talk is available, contact


In Summerland, northern VK2, their YOUNGEST HAM HAS RECEIVED HIS CALL.

Aaron Smith has received his Call, VK2FUNN. From Ocean Shores, he is 10
years old. Congratulations Aaron. Also VK2FUNN's entire family are all


To find out when a club in YOUR area is hosting assessments and/or
training in Amateur Radio go to and check out the club pages.
Participating clubs keep this site up to date and post the latest
information for all to see.


Summerland (Lismore), their next Foundation course/exam will be 10-11 November
If you know of any prospects, advise them of this date and let John VK2JWA or
Duncan VK2DLR of their details.

Summerland Amateur Radio Club. VK2SRC Ph.: +61 02-66247247
Club: 414 Richmond Hill Rd. Email:

Post: PO Box 524 IRLP: 6220


EMDRC Foundation Licence Course

"Your Entry Into Amateur Radio", the course handbook, is available from
EMDRC meetings, in-store at Strictly Ham in Bayswater, or posted by WIA


The Redcliffe Club will be conducting Foundation licence training at the Club
rooms commencing on 8 October. Alan Jenner, VK4KZ, will hold classes
every Sunday for 4 Sundays, commencing 10.30 am and finishing at 3 pm.
If you wish to join these classes please contact Alan by phone, 5497 4634
or email him at .


Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society will run Foundation licence's
at the Aviation Museum, 56 Lipson Street Port Adelaide, November
3rd and 4th. Contact the course convenor, Sasi Nayar on 0417 858 547

Examinations are hosted by South Coast Amateur Radio Club.
Those interested in sitting for foundation or license upgrades,
please contact by email



Congratulations to all those people who participated in the last Foundation
Course and subsequently on passing your exam. I would like to personally
congratulate Brian and Ann from Collie who I am sure we will hear on the air
very soon.

Don't forget next exam session for Ham College is the 27th October - If you
want to upgrade that call then now is the time to get studying and get your
name in to me - call 0412 704226. Last Foundation course for 2007 will be
November - book early to avoid disappointment.

and finally some words of wisdom.

An OM will pay $2 for a $1 item he needs.
An XYL will pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn't need.

A YL worries about the future until she gets an OM.
An OM never worries about the future until he gets an XYL!

A successful OM is one who makes more money than his XYL can spend.
A successful YL is one who can find such a man!


In last week's broadcast I mentioned that the WIA was attending the
international CISPR BPL working group meeting in Sydney.

The aim of this Working Group is to set measuring methods and propose
emission limits in order to protect established radio services in the
frequency band 1.6 to 30 MHz from interference from BPL.

The meeting was attended by about 40 people with several representatives from
countries such as France, Germany, UK, USA and Australia. The WIA attended as
an observer.

At the last Working Group meeting in Geneva (which Australia did not attend)
those present agreed to submit a draft proposal to change the test method for
measuring conducted emission from BPL modems.

The Australian group presented three papers to this latest meeting in Sydney
which suggest that, without modification, the proposed change would relax the
emission limits for BPL modems by at least 20dB.

Following spirited technical discussion a sub-group of 10 technical experts
was formed to investigate the issues and report back to the next CISPR BPL
Working Group meeting in Washington, late January.

CISPR is where the rubber meets the road as far as BPL is concerned, and as
CISPR's charter is to protect radio communications services the outcome from
the BPL working group will be very interesting. We believe it will be very
difficult for CISPR to adopt methods and limits which both allow BPL to
operate and also protect HF radio communications services.

This is Phil Wait, VK2DKN, for the WIA.


Jim VK5NB who died last week. He was a president of the SA division for
some time and involved right up until the winding up of the SA Division.
He was passionate about the WIA and the need for a strong membership.
Jim also was proud of his radio museum. He loved restoring vintage
broadcast sets and older ham radio equipment.
Jim was the president of the Adelaide Hills Club until his passing and
was very involved with his church and other volunteer work in the community.
As Bob VK5NZ told me "He will be sorely missed Graham."




Friday 5 October 2007 is the SARL National Take Your Hand-held to Work Day.
The objective of the event is to create public awareness for amateur radio
and the technology that it embraces.

Many repeaters will be linked through IRLP, the Internet Radio Linking
Project, to create activity across South Africa.

If you are not at work on 5 October or are retired, come on the air and
share your experiences with other radio amateurs talking from work.


A joint Canada and USA Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Preparedness
Event is being conducted this weekend, 29 and 30th. Simulated emergency
traffic is being passed to and from a special event station at Signal Hill,
St. John's, Newfoundland, with A.R.E.S. stations in Canada and the United
States taking part.

Special event call sign VO1ARES will be used by the Signal Hill station and
any Radio Amateur wishing to make contact is encouraged to do so before or
after the formal demonstration of emergency traffic handling is completed.

Please see

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A Texas CB operator originally fined $7000 for his refusal to permit a station
inspection will now only have to pay a token $225.

The operator was originally issued a $7000 Notice of Apparent Liability to
Monetary Forfeiture. This after an inspector from the FCC's Houston office
tracked interference to CB channel 19 to Winton's residence. When told to
turn off the transmitter Winton obliged but he refused to let the inspector
look over his gear.

The FCC rules say that he must permit such an inspection or expect punitive
action. In April the FCC did just that by issuing the $7000 fine. But he
provided proof he could not pay and the FCC decided to adjust the amount down
to the $225 level. Once he pays it will be. case closed.


Like a Timex watch, its still ticking. Of coarse we are referring to
the AO-7 ham radio satellite which was one of the earliest birds that
radio amateurs had to work with. Amateur Radio Newsline's Fred Vobbe, W9HDU,
takes a look at this aging but still operational ham radio miracle on orbit:

The Amsat OSCAR 7 ham satellite was launched on November 15, 1974 on a
Delta rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Lompoc, California. It
initially stopped transmitting in 1981 after a battery failure. But it
sprang back to life on June 21st 2002. Since its miraculous emergence from
the long term battery problem, AO-7 has been an available to use.

SSB in Mode A is the normal with several QSOs able to take place at a time.
Mode A uses an uplink from 145.850 to 145.950 MHz and a 10 meter downlink of
29.400 to 29.500 MHz . This transponder is linear, non-inverting.

Numerous reports of its switching between mode A and B have been
verified. Mode B uses an uplink of 432.125 to 432.175 MHz and
downlinks on 145.975 -through 145.925 MHz. But there is a bit of a
problem in using Mode B. Due to changes in Amateur Service and Amateur
Satellite Service there are questions as to legality of Amateurs
transmitting to AO-7. The uplink frequency predates the WARC '79
allocation of 435 to 438 MHz by the International Telecommunications
Union for the Amateur Satellite Service. This puts the uplink in 70cm
weak signal segment. Potential users should realize that when they
are uplinking Mode B to a satellite, they are no longer operating in
the Amateur Service but instead operating in the Amateur Satellite
Service. Thus they are subject to Amateur Satellite Service rules.
Therefore uplinking to AO-7 is possibly illegal since the Amateur
Satellite Service is not permitted at 432.1 MHz.

But in Mode A, the AO-7 the satellite has a much larger footprint than
AO-51 and is in view much longer. It also requires some of the
simplest gear of any ham radio bird currently in flight. Equipment
that you will find in almost every ham shack, world-wide.

For the amateur radio Newsline. I'm Fred Vovve, W8HDU.

So dust off those mode A high frequency receivers and 2 meter SB
transmitters or transverters and try to make a contact on the AO-7
bird. It may take a little more effort to use, but it's fun and rewarding.

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RAYNET on hand to help plane crash

South Sussex RAYNET group were on hand to help when a plane
crashed at the Shoreham Air show.

Each year an emergency plan is rehearsed and refined, in the hope
that it will never be needed. However on the weekend 15th and 16th
September that practice paid off. On the Saturday a Hurricane
nose-dived into the ground, killing its pilot instantly. The
incident happened off-field, and no one else was involved.

Two members of the team who witnessed the incident informed
Control, who put everyone on high alert. The emergency channel
sprang into use. The pre-prepared messages and procedure for
Incident Off Field was broadcast, and acknowledgements sought from
all on that net. This resulted in all access and departure gates
being closed, all senior safety and administrative personnel being
briefed, the PA Caravan being informed, and members of the public
kept aware of the situation.

Shortly after the accident, Spitfires flew a 'man missing' flypast
in tribute to the downed pilot.


VK2BPL has supplied provisional results of the 2007 Westlakes Cup.

VK2ATZ has declared itself Ineligible to qualify for a
place in the results. This is in the Spirit of the Contest.

1st Place Full and Standard Calls VK2AEA 37 points
2nd Place Full and Standard Calls VK3ZPF 36 points
Equal Second VK2VV 36 points
3rd Place Full and Standard Calls VK2OJ 33 points

1st Place Foundation Calls VK2FWAZ 39 points
2nd Place Foundation Calls VK2FBRK 35 points
3rd Place Foundation Calls VK3FIDX 33 points

These results are based on the Claimed Scores recorded at the end of the
Contest and will be ratified on receipt of Log Sheets

An estimated 40 to 50 stations took part in the Contest and monitoring
stations reported no departure from the rules and spirit of the contest.


The SARL Contest Manual is to be reviewed for use during 2008. The contest
manager for the SARL takes comments and suggestions from members and clubs
on the various contests as well as suggestions for any new contests to be

This is for SARL as well as Club contests.

A great idea... is the WIA contest Manager tuned in today? HiHi

Peter Parker VK3YE on the QRP reflector has posted a great summary of his
travels thru VK6 working QRP.

His observations from GERALDTON are worth noting.

Good local activity on 160m on 1840 SSB in the evenings, especially from
stations around Bunbury. Contacts up to 550km were made with 4w from
Geraldton despite the makeshift antenna.

Good 80m results to the south west during the day (attribute this to the
over-water path from Geraldton and the low sunspots).

40m within VK6 is currently very poor (for distances up to 500km). At
further distances it would be OK (see later).

A highlight was working VK6KGQ. Lewis was running a 1w DSB kit
transceiver. Signals up to 55 over the 700km path from Kalgoorlie.

DX worked included W4GF on 30m & 8N0CLE on 40m. There is some YB CW
activity on 160m but couldn't make contact.

Eastern states contacts from Geraldton included VK3OM SSB on 20m, VK3IM CW
on 40m, VK4VFX on 80m & VK3XU on 80m.

Peter then moved on to the township of DOODLAKINE

Did listening tests to experience the RF quiet location. People in towns
and cities don't know what they're missing until they go to places like this
with zero noise.

VK6ADI CW beacon (3.686 MHz) at Beverley (?) was strong during the day.
Apparently QRP but didn't know how low.

40m was amazing. During the middle of the day (noon - 2pm EAST) SSB
stations from VK2, 3, 4, 5 & 7 were audible from over 2500km away, with some
'armchair copy'.

This proves that DX propagation in sunspot minima years can be good but to
take full advantage of it on the lower bands you need an RF quiet location
as even s3 noise will smother many signals.

73, Peter.



North West Tasmanian Amateur Radio Interest Group's Packet BBS (VK7NW) has
been enhanced with a new facility, enabling reading of bulletins by Web

The last 500 Bulletins can be read by accessing a special Web Page
running Java Script. Bulletins can be read by 4 sorting methods, by
Date / Time, route designator, Topic or sender's call.

Both EchoIRLP Nodes 6124 & 6616 can be monitored by remote Web
Access. Their current status, most recent connected nodes incoming &
outgoing both IRLP and EchoLink connected stations can be monitored
using some new facilities associated with these nodes.

The Local DTMF access codes have been completely updated and node
users can now access on demand, local status, nightly broadcast news
replays, Weather Reports, Voicemail, Random node Call, just to name a few.

All these "U BEAUT" facilities and the links for access can be found
at the web addresses on the email and internet editions of this

VK7AX's Home Page at or the Club's web Page

(Tony VK7AX, President NWTARIG)


Dayton ARA is looking to Honour Silent Keys, who have died in service during
the conflicts in Afghanistan or Iraq. DARA is looking to publish a memorial
page in the Hamvention 2008 program listing these SKs, with their name,
call sign, branch of service, rank and unit.
(arrl letter)


Coming up is the Radio Amateur's Old Timers Club of South Australia's annual
luncheon to be held on Thursday October 25th at the Marion Hotel, Marion Road,
Mitchell Park. Meet at 12.00 for lunch at 12.30pm. Don't forget your senior's

If using public transport use bus M44 to stop 24.

RSVP before October 22nd to one of the following committee members.

Secretary Ray Deane VK5RK at 82715401 or

Assistant Secretary Ron Coat VK5RV at 82966681

Members and friends of the Radio Amateurs Old Timers Club Australia are
reminded that the next news and information broadcast will take place on the
first Monday of the Month.

using the RAOTC callsign of VK3OTN.

10.00 am Victorian time on 7.060 and 3.650 MHz plus 1.843 MHz AM, and

On 14.150 MHz at 01.00 UTC beaming north and 02:00 UTC west from Melbourne

For those not yet retired, 8.30 PM Victorian time tune 80 mtrs 3.650 MHz


21.360 - 18.160 - 14.300 - 7.060 - 3.760 MHz.

Phil VK1ZPL is a busy man planning many weekends of activity.

October 13/14th LCCC (Course of a Million Pines) 2 Day Car Rally
October 21 Brindabella Classic (Mt Ginini Run)
October 28 Fitz's Challenge Bike Ride with Stromlo Park as HQ.
November 17 National Capital Rally (NatCap)

The ARRL now has a new Emergency Communications tool in its toolbox --
MARS call sign AAN1ARL.

According to W1AW Station Manager Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, "The call sign was
requested to reflect both the holder of the license (ARRL) and the various
MARS services (Army, Air Force and Navy)." The MARS station will be housed
at W1AW, the Hiram Percy Maxim Memorial Station.

ARRL Emergency Preparedness and Response Manager Dennis Dura, K2DCD, said,
"The establishment of an ARMY MARS call sign for W1AW begins a relationship
with the Military Affiliate Radio System and the ARRL.
(arrl letter)


Gold Coast Amateur Radio Society Annual Hamfest at Albert Waterways Hall.

October 14
Annual inter-club BBQ in central Victoria.

Members of the Central Goldfields Amateur Radio Club of Maryborough,
Midland Amateur Club from Bendigo, the Ballarat Amateur Radio Group and
Amateur Radio Victoria will attend this event at Laanacoorie next month.

Organiser Peter Rafferty VK3CC explains that it's a BYO meat and drinks
affair, with bread, butter, tea, coffee provided.

Apart from being a really great social occasion, last year's BBQ
resulted in the cooperative venture - the Centre Victoria RadioFest at

The BBQ will be at the Laanacoorie Hall, the date Sunday the 14th of
October starting at 10am.

Laanacoorie is on the Loddon River on the Eddington side of Bendigo
about one third of the way between Maryborough and Bendigo.

The Wagga Amateur Radio Club is this year's host for the Riverina Field Day.

The Field Day is being held on the 27th and 28th of October. So please
pencil the date into your calendar.

The venue is again the clubhouse in Small St. The usual flea markets, Trade
and other displays will run continuously in the hall from 9am on Sunday.

There will be a Field Day dinner to mark the opening and will be held at
Clubrooms on the Saturday evening. It will take the form of a smorgasbord.
Bookings are essential.

More Field Day information can be obtained from the club's website

Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW and is well situated halfway
between Sydney and Melbourne. These days it is a very leisurely 4 and a half
hour drive from Sydney's outskirts with the majority of the trip on dual lane
highway. So why not plan a getaway and join us for the weekend.

For more information contact John VK2YW on 02 6926 5471 AH or

The Ballarat Hamvention at the Great Southern Woolshed located on the Western
Highway on the Melbourne Side of Ballarat. General entry for $6:00 is from
10am. details at the BARG website

Westlakes Amateur Radio Club Field/Market Day. Gates open 8am, close 4pm.

Westlakes Amateur Radio Clubs Christmas Party will be held at the Eastern
Tiger Restaurant, which is located in the Cardiff RSL building, interested?
get in touch with VK2FDNE Diane.

Summerland Amateur Radio Club at Lismore are holding their Christmas Party
Ph: 6624 7247
Club: 414 Richmond Hill Rd. Email:
Post: PO Box 524 IRLP: 6220

JANUARY 20 2008

The Mid North Coast Amateur Radio Group invite all amateurs to attend the
2008 Mid North Coast Radio Expo to be held in Coffs Harbour on Sunday 20th

The Expo is held at the St Johns Church Hall, Mc Lean Street, Coffs Harbour.
Gary VK2ZKT is the Radio Expo Coordinator on 02 66 55 2 990 or visit the
Groups comprehensive web site at


Announcing Centre Victoria RadioFest No. 2.
Second-hand traders, club corner, short-talk lectures, displays and the
popular dipole factory will all return, plus some new exciting activities to
be announced later.
All major commercial traders have already made commitments to be there again
in 2008.
For second hand table bookings that cost only $12.50 please contact Nick
Angelo VK3UCK 0488 653 201, or check out the website

Sept 13 Alarameet 2008 will be held in Ulverstone Tasmania on Saturday
13th and Sunday 14th September 2008. Susan VK7LUV for details.

International Telecommunication Union's Telecom World 2009.

14th IARU R3 Conference Christchurch 12 - 16 October, 2009.

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Societies and Club News Letter Editors can EXCHANGE a feed prior to
the actual broadcast date, e-mail

Callbacks follow the RF editions, but also for text readers you may
lodge a quick reply to let us know you read it, who knows, you might
even get a "cheerio call".

Compiled by VK4BB on behalf of the National WIA.

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Societies and Club News Letter Editors can EXCHANGE a feed prior to the
actual broadcast date, e-mail

Callbacks follow the RF editions, but also for text readers you may
lodge a quick reply to let us know you read it, who knows, you might
even get a "cheerio call".

Compiled by VK4BB on behalf of QNEWS for the National WIA.

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