The publication date of June 20, 2016 is for “MF Down Under”: An edited VK-compendium of articles and projects for the 630m & 160m bands which is the first ever Oceania-based one-stop-reference for embarking upon MF operating, and is all-mode inclusive.
The book contains
345 x A4 pages
The Amateur Radio Experimenters Group (AREG) is pleased to announce that it has finalized the new arrangements for the WIA VK5 inwards QSL bureau. Chris VK5CP has volunteered within the AREG to lead the coordination of this service. The club will be following the existing WIA QSL policy and will continue to encourage all amateurs that use the QSL Bureau to join the WIA.
We are arranging a visit to the Military Vehicle Museum for one of our Thursday evening meetings. This is located in Sturton Road at Edinburgh Parks, near the RAAF base. They have an extensive display of Radio, Communications and survey equipment, plus can offer rides (for a little extra of course) in Military vehicles ranging from Bren Gun carriers, Half tracks, Saracen and also Tanks. We are looking at doing this on August the 18th at a time between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm. Bookings will be essential, especially if you want to take a ride in one of the vehicles available, which must be notified in advance. Please express your interest ASAP and drop an email to VK5BW@wia.org.au or to Roy VK5NRG@wia.org.au