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WIA says Asia-Pacific views to be finalised this month.

WIA 2 metre and 70 cm Band plans finalised approved.

Antarctic joins ANZAC 100 program

Vietnam Veterans' Long Tan Day commemorated by VI4ANZAC August 15




Sometimes I just shake my head!

Hot on the heels of an item in the VK4 QNEWS local news service where VK4ZPP

called on the VK4 clubs to "tell us if you are doing anything.." we have

been told, be it late, that on the Sunshine Coast an ARISS CONTACT has

been planned for some considerable time... when for?

Don't bother it was last week! HiHi

An unconfirmed report from the UK's Southgate Amateur Radio club news says

An International Space Station school contact had been planned with

participants at Maroochydore State School, Queensland, on 06 August.

The contact, a telebridge, between NA1SS and LU1CGB.

The report went on to say Maroochydore State School is the 'hidden jewel'

of Maroochydore, as Editor of this the WIA news service I'd say the

entire exercise was very well hidden indeed!

The ANZAC 100 program - August activity

Antarctic joins ANZAC 100 program

The activation of VI 0 ANZAC on Casey Base in the Australian Antarctic

Territory is due to start operation, as part of the Wireless Institute of

Australia's ANZAC 100 program.

Doug VK0DMV is working at Casey Station and has great pleasure in activating

the VI0ANZAC callsign.

His role keeps him extremely busy and can only operate when his duties allow.

This will mean that some published operation time may not occur due to

operational requirements and the weather conditions.

VI0ANZAC will use the commercial Qmac HF90 transceiver with an output power

of 50 watts into a dipole antenna.

Doug thanks both the WIA and the Australian Antarctic Division for this

opportunity in this the 100th Anniversary year of the Gallipoli campaign

in WWI.

QSL is strictly eQSL.

Fred VK3DAC, the ANZAC 100 coordinator will be on air as a control station.

Potential operating dates are THIS weekend 8th and 9th of August, start time

at 0000 UTC which is 8am at Casey Station and operate for 2 hours, and then

stop, before recommencing. Proposed schedule on both days in UTC is far to

complicated to get across here in one go , so, we remind those who do not

get the emailed script sent to them each week to visit wia.org.au and read

this weeks edition.

0000 to 0200

0400 to 0600

0900 to 1100

The frequencies are:

0000 to 0030 on 7.095MHz

0030 to 0130 on 14.250MHz

0130 to 0200 on 21.250MHz

0400 to 0430 on 7.095MHz

0430 to 0530 on 14.250MHz

0530 to 0600 on 21.250MHz

0900 to 1030 on 14.250MHz

1030 to 1100 on 3.585MHz

Vietnam Veterans' Long Tan Day will be commemorated by VI4ANZAC on August 15,

and for 7 days, at Atherton in Far North Queensland.

The Battle of Long Tan between Australian forces and Viet Cong fighters was

in 1966, at a rubber plantation near Long Tan, in Phuoc Tuy Province,

South Vietnam.

VI4ANZAC at the home of Dale McCarthy VK4DMC will involve Vietnam Veterans

who remember Long Tan Day, and also pay honour to the service given by the

WW1 diggers.

Also on August 15 for 48 hours, will be VI5ANZAC by the Adelaide Hills Amateur

Radio Society. It marks the anniversary of the 10th Battalion at Morphetville

Racecourse South Australia - among the first Australian units raised during


A bit later on August 21, and for 7 days, the Gippsland Gate Radio Electronic

Club south-east of Melbourne will be VK100ANZAC. It will involve some club

members with a strong family attachment to WWI and include a meeting with the

Cranbourne RSL.

In all about 8 members will use SSB, CW, FM and the digital modes - look out

for them signing VK100ANZAC.

(Jim Linton VK3PC)


President Phil Wait VK2ASD

V President Fred Swainston VK3DAC

Secretary David Williams VK3RU

Treasurer John Longayroux VK3PZ

Asia-Pacific views to be finalised this month.

2metre and 70 cm Band plans finalised approved.

The 5th APT Group meeting was held last week in Seoul, South Korea. APT stands

for Asia Pacific Telecommunity and the 38 member meeting inputs to the ITU

World Radiocommunications Conference (WRC-15) in November.

The Wireless Institute of Australia is a part of this process.

The Australian delegation had 23 people representing broadcasting, satellite,

maritime, aviation, defence, IMT, science and amateur issues.

The WIA's representative, Dale Hughes VK1DSH, put the views of the Australian

amateur community to the APG and ITU, through the Australian Communications

and Media Authority.

Of most interest to radio amateurs is Agenda item 1.4 that seeks a new

secondary amateur allocation around 5300 kHz. This is a difficult issue for

Australia and many other Asia Pacific countries, due to the large number of

existing users of the band. However, Australia currently supports a small new

secondary amateur allocation around 5300 kHz.

A full report from Dale Hughes has been placed on the WIA website, it's well

worth a read. And while you are there, check out the new 2m and 70cm Band plans

which have just been approved by the WIA Board following a comprehensive

information and consultation process. The Board would like to thank everyone

who lodged submissions and helped us navigate through some very thorny issues.

In particular we would like to thank John VK3UM, Peter VK3APO, Grant VK5GR

and the entire Technical Advisory Group.

This is Phil Wait WIA President.

WIA AGM 2016 package bookings close soon

The Wireless Institute of Australia has chosen Norfolk Island for its annual

general meeting in May.

The WIA board, after looking at transport, accommodation and venue options, has

come up with a good price enabling the sharing of the special occasion with

others, while also making it a memorable time to visit the many tourist


Why Norfolk Island?

Well, it was presented to the WIA AGM in Canberra which gave the WIA board

support to further explore the option, and if viable, come up with a definite

plan. After a lot of research, the WIA board released its plan for the WIA 2016

AGM May 27, 28, & 29 last month via emails to the 100 who had expressed their

interest earlier, on its website and through this broadcast.

The WIA has some good prices for flights from Sydney and Brisbane that service

Norfolk Island, and a range of nearby accommodation - although some places are


The dates of the WIA 2016 AGM on May 27, 28, & 29 may seem a long way off, but

due to its special nature, bookings and a small deposit are required now to

secure the flight and accommodation deals. Originaly on this news service we

told you Bookings close August 25. HOWEVER:- this email from VP Fred to

Jim Linton reads.. and I quote from that email " Air New Zealand have been in

contact with the travel agent and are seeking to confirm bookings and receive

a deposit for the trip to Norfolk Island. They are expecting to receive this

on Monday the 10th August, earlier than expected. To be sure of reserving

your place at this significant event at the discount prices please make your

booking and pay your deposit now.


Fred VK3DAC"

Full details and a booking form are online at the WIA website www.wia.org.au

ACMA licensing shut-down announced

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has announced that

it will suspend all apparatus licence processing from Friday August 14 to

Tuesday September 1, to replace its licensing and frequency processing system.

The ACMA in announcing this two week closure, acknowledges the need to bring a

more efficient process to Apparatus licences, which are widely used including

by the Amateur Service.

The Wireless Institute of Australia highly recommends that if your licence is

due for renewal during the closure period, to immediately renew it even if this

is well before its expiry date.

If you or your club need to renew a licence for a 6 metre beacon on a

frequency below 52MHz prior to September 9, please contact the WIA immediately.

This is because the ACMA are not renewing beacon or repeater licences below

52MHz after September 9, and the shut-down may affect any that have still not

been renewed.

The ACMA in a statement said that during the shut-down, there will be no

apparatus licences processed, device registrations or licence renewals.

Processing of them resumes on Wednesday September 2. Most licensees will not

notice the shut-down, but in some cases the ACMA warns there may be delays.

Although the shut-down period has been announced, the ACMA foreshadowed the

new HELMS system earlier this year.



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The 2015 Winter expedition to the Bogong High Plains will run from the 11th

to the 14th August. VK3FMAW, VK3GT and VK3SN will lead the group who plan

to camp out on the roof of Victoria at elevations of up to 1800m.

All necessary gear will be carried and the guys will set out on back-country

skis from Falls Creek, covering up to 20 km of Australia's most beautiful

alpine high country each day. Tents, igloos and remote huts will provide

shelter each evening and radio will form a vital communication link throughout

the adventure. As usual, the group will be active on 40m each afternoon and

80m most evenings using solar powered QRP gear and simple wire antennas strung

up in snow gums.

Other bands are also likely to be activated if conditions permit.

Many 2m repeaters in north-east Victoria will also be activated over the

course of the trip, so listen out on these if you're in the vicinity. Snow

depth currently looks good, so let's hope that it remains nice and cold with

plenty more precipitation! Listen out for the team and make contact with the

guys as they operate from the Victorian Alps.

(Stephen VK3SN)


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Northern Tasmanian Amateur Radio Club

Future events have this club thinking outside the box.. well done.

September meeting - Wednesday night 9th speaker will be member Tammy Jones,

Counsellor, Alzheimer's Australia Tas.

Topics covered during the talk will cover:

· The brain and memory

· What is dementia and dementia statistics

· The dementia "umbrella", Alzheimer's disease, Vascular and other


· Diagnosis of dementia and the importance of diagnosis

· Research areas

· Communication strategies

· Alzheimer's Australia Tasmanian services

· Planning for the future e.g. Wills, Powers of Attorney,

Enduring Guardianship, Advance Care Directives: and

· Capacity - legal and medical

This should be a very enlightening and stimulating talk so we suggest you

note this one in your diary now. This condition can affect any of us.


This is Peter, VK4EA past President of the Redcliffe and Districts Radio Club.

Our August tech talk, 17th of August promises to be an absolute cracker.

Mark Tell and Stephen Harris from the ACMA will be paying us a visit and

presenting - "a day in the life of a modern radio inspector". As well as

regaling us with stories, Mark and Stephen will have a selection of

confiscated items to show off, and I'm sure, there will be many questions.

All are welcome, the talk should kick off at 7.30pm. Google Redcliffe Radio

Club for our website which has all of our location details. For APRS users,

simply navigate to the VK4RC-1 object. If you need directions on the that

night, call us, VK4RC, on our 2m repeater, 146.925MHz.

For those who cannot be there in person, you can view the session live via

the South East Queensland Amateur Television Group's repeater, VK4RMG, which

is located at Oceanview, outputting on 446.5 MHz DVB-T if can't see the

repeater output or don't have a set top box yet don't despair. The ATV

repeater output is streamed 24/7 via the British Amateur TV Club's streaming


We hope to see you there, cheers for now, this has been Peter, VK4EA, on

behalf of the Redcliffe and Districts Radio Club.



What use is an F-call?

When you get an amateur radio license, you learn that different license classes

have different power limits. The basic power limit in Australia, the foundation

license, or f-call, has 10 Watts as the limit. The standard license has 100W

and the advanced license has a maximum legal limit of 400 Watts.

It's natural to think that more power gives you more reach, but realistically,

what does that look like, what is the difference between 10 Watts and 100 Watts

Can you really notice a difference?

>From my own experiments, I can confirm that it's possible to talk to the

opposite side of the earth with 5 Watts, but was that a fluke, or is there more

to it?

What is the difference? All things being equal, that is, the same radio, the

same conditions, the same antenna, the same location, etc. - the difference

between 10 Watts and 100 Watts is a 10-fold increase, or, if you have 400 Watts

at your finger-tips, that's 40 times more - right?

Not quite.

If you recall, a dBm is a decibel-milliwatt, or said differently, 0dBm is the

equivalent of 1 milliwatt. If you double the power, 3dBm, you're looking at

roughly 2 milliwatt.

10 Watts is the same as 40dBm. 100 Watts is the same as 50dBm. That means that

between 10 Watts and 100 Watts, there is 10dB difference, that is, there is a

10dB gain if you go from 10 Watts to 100 Watts.

On a HF radio, on your S-meter, an S-point is defined as 6dB. That means that

the difference between a 10 Watt contact and a 100 Watt contact is less than

2 S-points. The difference between 100 Watts and 400 Watts is even smaller.

400 Watts is 56dBm. As I said, an S-point is 6dB, so, the difference between a

contact made using 100 Watts and one made with 400 Watts is one S-point.

An F-call using 10 Watts, is 3 S-points worse off than an Advanced call using

400 Watts, all else being equal.

Of course, depending on the conditions and the deafness of the operator on the

other end, that might well be the difference between making the contact or not.

If you start at S-9 with 400 Watts and there's 30dB path loss because of band

conditions, you end up at S-4, but if you start with 10 Watts at S-6, you end

up at S-1. The path loss has a bigger impact on your readability than the

amount of power you're putting out.

The main take-home is that an F-call can make contacts with their 10 Watts and

they're only 3 S-points behind the big guns with their fancy Advanced license.

Before you start mouthing off about the 1500 Watts allowed in the United States

that's just under 62 dBm, so just one more S-point.

That's not to say that there is no benefit in upgrading your license; access

to bands and modes, home built transceivers and other perks, but power

shouldn't be why you upgrade.

One final observation. I've noticed that if you're confident on-air, other

stations hear you better. That might mean that the 400 Watts that you have as

an advanced licensee might make you more confident, thus making more contacts.

Be brave, be confident, make your contacts with as little power as you can.

I'm Onno VK6FLAB


Silent Keys are best sent to AR Magazine and your local state or club news

rather than this WIA National News Service.

INTERNATIONAL NEWS With thanks to IARU, RSGB, SARL, Southgate AR Club, ARRL,

Amateur Radio Newsline, NZART and the WW sources of the WIA.

We heard earlier from our President, VK2ASD about the WIA involvement with the

5th meeting of Asia Pacific Telecommunity Preparatory Group for WRC-15

This meeting was the final APT preparatory meeting before the

World Radiocommunications Conference which will be held in Geneva in

November 2015.

The output of WRC-15 is an International Treaty known as the ITU Radio

Regulations which governs usage of the radio frequency spectrum in all

countries of the world.

The output of the APG15-5 meeting is a number of Preliminary APT Common

Proposals (PACP) which provide regional views on WRC-15 agenda items;

establishing these regional views is an important part of Australia's

preparation for WRC-15.

Dale Hughes VK1DSH says because of the importance of regional agreement on many

RF spectrum issues, the Australian government and industry representatives put

in substantial effort to get a regional position that is in agreement with

Australia's views.

Australia's final position on all WRC-15 agenda items will be determined at

the final WRC Preparatory group meeting which is hosted by the ACMA and

scheduled to be held in Canberra on the 27th of August. It is possible that

Australia's position on a number of WRC-15 agenda items may change based on

the views of other countries and regional groups.

A New Zealand hunter prosecuted for using illegal dog-tracking devices

Another hunter has been convicted in the Tokoroa District Court and fined

$1,000 for using illegal dog tracking equipment. He was also sentenced to

4 months community detention for unlawful hunting and 9 months

disqualification for the dangerous driving.

The hunter pleaded guilty to using unlicensed radiocommunications equipment

and hunting unlawfully, after being found hunting in a forestry block in

Kotemaori back on April three 2015.

The sentencing judge also imposed an order for the forfeiture of the illegal

Garmin devices.

ZL Hunters are reminded that dog tracking equipment designed for the

United States market is likely to use the 151-154 MHz frequency range. This

range is assigned for other purposes in New Zealand.

Ireland's Limerick Radio Club will activate Loop Head Lighthouse for the

International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend event. Two HF stations will be

set up;

one in the Light Keeper's Watch Room and the second one

at the entrance to the Lighthouse, where the club will also have a selection

of QSL cards, World Map and a rolling PowerPoint presentation of past club


The local Clare County Council will provide organised tours of the Lighthouse.

More news on the August ILLW a little later in this bulletin of news from

your WIA.


The RAC Band Planning Committee has released an updated band plan for all

LF and HF (0-30 MHz) amateur allocations. This includes their new LF bands

at 2200m and 600m, the 60m USB channels, and changes to reflect current

best practice on other bands.

The updated band plan represents the RAC Band Planning Committee's year-long

review of all LF and HF allocations. It is intended to be a quick reference

guide summarizing all bands on a single page.

The RAC 0 - 30 MHz Band Plan is available for viewing on the RAC web site


Three amateur radio projects have been announced as the newest recipients of

supporting grants from the Yasme Foundation, the California-based

not-for-profit which assists such projects in developing countries.

They are:

The Organizing Committee of the 2018 World Radio Team Championship, for fees

associated with special call sign stations;

the Reverse Beacon Network, to enable equipment to be bought to establish a

node in Ethiopia at club station ET3AA;

and in Liberia, a representative of the Voodoo Contest Group for materials

to train future licensees.

Yasme, named for the boat of pioneering DXpedition Danny Weil, a Silent Key,

works to advance development of amateur radio around the world.

For more information about the foundation, visit www.yasme.org

Who and Where are our broadcast stations?


Remembrance Day Contest August 15 and 16


Saturday 29th August 0400 UTC - 1359 UTC

Sunday 30th August 0400 UTC - 1359 UTC

Oceania DX contest Voice First full weekend in October

Oceania DX contest Continuous Wave Second full weekend in October.


Harry Angel 80 mtr sprint (WIA) provisional date Saturday 7th May.






The contesters versus the others

It is only a couple of weeks ago Onno VK6FLAB in his segment "what use is an

F-Call made mention of the plethora of weekly Ham radio contests.

On many weekends, somewhere in the world, there's a contest on air. The

activity is very much a part of Amateur Radio, helping to improve rapid-fire

operation, station performance, scoring or to get new stations in the log.

Jim Linton VK3PC reminds us that one thing a contester should not do, is

deliberately break into any non-contest QSO and demand that stations give them

an exchange or number.

This is particularly true when a clash occurs, like next weekend, which has

both the WIA Remembrance Day Contest and the International Lighthouse and

Lightship Weekend.

The editorial in the August edition of Amateur Radio magazine says stations

who call "CQ Lighthouses" are not in the RD contest, otherwise they would be

calling "CQ RD contest".

Those not engaged in the contest for whatever reason, may politely advise

contesters of the fact, but by giving just one number invites many other

contesters to ask for an exchange too.

The rules of radio etiquette are that no-one, nor an activity, owns a

frequency or band.

Contesters and other users are mindful that there are many low power portable

stations at lighthouses next weekend, equally sharing our bands.

(Jim Linton VK3PC)

Some contest results now, these all going to the CW group FIST members

In the latest round of contest results, FISTS Down Under members have been

among some of the top entrants.

In the 2014 Oceania DX Contest, Brian VK3MI #9078 achieved a very high score

and Doc VK5BUG #14136 took out first place in the 40m QRP category.

In the John Moyle Field Day held in March, Andrew VK2ONZ #15873 achieved

first place in the 'CW only, six hour portable' category and Greg VK1AI #9604

achieved second place in the 'all mode, six hour portable' category.

In the Harry Angel Sprint held in May, Steve VK7CW #14164 came in equal first.


FISTS Club - East Asia www.feacw.net

FISTS Club - Australasia www.fistsdownunder.org

FISTS Club - UK & Europe www.fists.co.uk

FISTS Club - Americas www.fists.org

FISTS 30th anniversary

In 2017 it will be the 30th anniversary of the FISTS CW Club.

Yes, that does seem like a long time away, but planning for the event has

already begun.

Shirts and cups with a special logo were issued for the 25th anniversary. This

is something that can be done again. The US chapter is looking to activate

their national callsign KN0WCW from all states during 2017.


Windows bug can affect digital modes

In this digital age is the ever present threat of errant software. Now comes a

warning that digital modes used by radio amateurs in the popular Windows

platform can be degraded, but a fix is available.

It seems there is a bug with the USB audio chipset used in sound interfaces

that occurs in Windows Vista and later.

Attention to it comes from Michael Carey VK5ZEA who has used the fix with

success. He had a few weird things happen since upgrading his shack PC to

Windows 7.

The original information seems to be Jon Sands KD9DAL, who has posted a

non-exhaustive list of devices including all Icom, Kenwood and Yaesu radios

with USB audio, and the popular Signalink USB interface.

To learn more on the problem, and its fix, see the text edition of this

broadcast for the URL.




Once upon a time, back on July 22, 1962 the first live public trans-Atlantic TV

broadcast was relayed by Telstar 1, a communications satellite that had been

launched two weeks earlier. The broadcast featured CBS's Walter Cronkite and

NBC's Chet Huntley in New York and the BBC's Richard Dimbleby in Brussels.

Later that same day the satellite relayed the first telephone call to be

transmitted through space.

Although it is no longer fully functional, Telstar 1 is still in orbit around




A first for the International Lighthouse and Lightship weekend.

Switzerland is an Alpine country with no sea-coast, but it does have

lighthouses on two large lakes, including the one at Romanshorn that

overlooks Lake Constance.

It has an octagonal tower, a small square lantern, and a square fog bell tower

with bell.

Well in a first, Silvan Mumenthaler HB 9 FVR has registered the callsign

HB 9 ILLW for August 15-16, making it unique in the fun- event's history.

We wish him well with HB9IILW that is certain to be popular.

This year's 400th registration goes to the Lightship Finngrundet at Stockholm

in Sweden. Put on air by the Södertörns Radio Amateur Club as 7 S 0 SFJ, which

is most fitting because the lightvessel previously had the radio callsign 'SFJ'

Another 100 registrations are needed to reach the 2014 record total of 544


To see all registrations, the simple guidelines or online registration form

for the ILLW on August 15-16, visit the website www.illw.net

(Jim Linton VK3PC)


Sep 12 VK4 SUNFEST Woombye

Sep 25-27 VK4 CHARC AGM Weekend Camp Fairbairn near Emerald

Oct 2-5 VK4 Cardwell Gathering, Beachcomber Motel and Tourist Park

Oct 25 VK3 Ballarat Amateur Radio Group Hamvention Greyhound Track

Oct 25 VK4 Gold Coast HamFest Broadbeach

Nov VK3 QRP By the Bay details from VK3YE held 2nd Saturday


Feb 13 VK3 MERC Hamfest 10am at Werribee Masonic Centre

Feb 28 VK3 EMDRC HamFest Great Ryrie Primary School Heathmont.

Ap-May 29- 2 VK4 Clairview Gathering check Mackay ARS website. (theTARCinc)

June 11-13 VK5 VK Foxhunting Championship & SERG convention Mt Gambier (VK5HCF)

July 19 VK3 GippsTech 2016 Churchill

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