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The South African Radio League
The National Association for Amateur Radio in South Africa
Proudly serving Amateur Radio since 1925
CONTEST NEWS WITH ZS6C Updated 6 May 2015
ZS3 Sprint – A fun activity between NC radio amateurs and Southern African countries.Time – 14:00 to 15:00 UTC . Phone and CW and exchange is RST on the 40m band. Log sheets shall be submitted by 10 May and sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 and 10 May - AWA Valve QSO Party: To create activity on 40m and 80m on phone only using AM and SSB. Max power is 100W. AM and SSB categories. 9 May –AM only – 13:00 to 17:00 UTC. 10 May – QSO Party on SSB only – 13:00 to 17:00 UTC Band - 40 metres: 7 063 to 7 100 kHz and 80 metres: 3 603 to 3 650 kHz. The log sheets must be submitted by 24 May 2015 to email@example.com.
30 – 31 May - CQ WW WPX Contest, CW: CW only – on Bands - 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m. Time - 0000Z on May 30 to 2359Z on May 31. Rules @ http://www.cqwpx.com/rules.htm
31 May – SARL Digital Contest:- Aim - Open contest to establish as many contacts as possible between radio amateurs in Southern Africa using the PSK31 / RTTY mode(s). Time - 13:00 UTC to 16:00 UTC Bands: 80 metres (3 580 to 3 600 kHz), 40 metres (7 040 to 7 060 kHz), 20 metres (14 070 to 14 099 kHz). PSK31 is preferred at the lower end of the specified frequencies. RTTY is preferred at the upper end of the specified frequencies. Please note that USB must be used at all times. Refer to (General Rule 16). Contacts - A station may be contacted twice on each band once on RTTY, once on PSK31. Exchange - RST plus a sequential serial number starting at 001
Triple Trapper Dipole
Contact Rob on 082 551 5423 or firstname.lastname@example.org for photos or spec sheet.
ZS2BL's S.A. HAMSHACK
Direct importer of a wide selection of SWR meters, H.F., V.H.F. and U.H.F. base and mobile antennas. Amateur radio transceivers, antenna analyzers, etc. Affordable shipping costs for out of town customers and subsidized shipping to SARL members. Check out all my amateur radio goodies here. 0720268909.
Light Engineering Works
General engineering, part remanufacturing turning, milling, drilling.Specialised welding of steel, stainless steel, aluminium and cast iron.Gear repair and remanufacturing.Prototype industrial and automotive parts and brackets made to specification, Heavy duty antenna support and Mobile brackets including standoff brackets and antenna parts manufactured.Tower and tower part repairs also undertaken. Contact Willie Wright ZS6WC.0823351356. email@example.com
Mege electrical control & automation is in the business of designing and manufacturing of control panels for the industry. Installation of frequency drives, PLCs, mimic panels. Temperature controllers, thermocouples, RTDs, electric and gas ovens. Gas detectors, hygrometers. Fire, heat and smoke detectors. Back-up generators. Solar panels, regulators. Earthing and lightning protection. Contact Eddie (ZS6DAY) at 082 330 3558, or firstname.lastname@example.org
We supply and repair HF/VHF/UHF Radios. Antennas, cabling and accessories also available. Please leave your details on our site. Click here and we will contact you.
Place your commercial hamads on the home page. Book a six months space for R300 or 12 months at R500 prepaid with order The advertisements will be text only up to 60 words including address, telephone number and click through URL to advertisers' website and email address. Adverisement can be changed Send your contact details to email@example.com and we will contact you or call the NARC at 011 765 2393
What is Amateur Radio ?
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Radio Amateurs, or "Hams" use two-way radio communication to make contact with other radio amateurs all over the world. They are even able to use satellites and on occasion speak with astronauts. Radio Hams can do this from home or while mobile in cars, boats or on foot.
Random Photo from the Call book.
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Worked All ZS award
An interesting operating goal
entry level for the WAZS award is 100 different call signs. The
programme has recently been expanded to include higher level
endorsements, such as WAZS-200, WAZS-300, etc. Endorsements may
also be obtained for specific modes, eg: CW, SSB, etc.
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