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SARTS Council 2015

  S. Jothinathan 9V1JN

Vice President
  Darryl Ee 9V1DE

Hon. Secretary
 Jeff Yeo 9V1AS

Hon. Treasurer
  A. Siva 9V1SV

Council Members
  Andrew Hodges 9V1TT
  Takehisa Sato 9V1UU
  Li Yu 9V1LY
Hon. Auditor
  V. Jayaram 9V1AI

Appointed Office Bearers

RAE Examiner
  S. Jothinathan 9V1JN

Outward QSL Manager
  Kurita 9V1XX

Inward QSL Manager
  Royce Ng 9V1AN

Awards Manager
  Takehisa Sato 9V1UU

IARU Liaison Officer
  S. Jothinathan 9V1JN

Monthly Meeting

The next monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, October 29th, 2015 at 20:00 hrs. at the Alumni Medical Centre, No.2 College Road, Singapore 169850.

Click here for a Google Map location
Use Steet View to explore the area

Check this space for information regarding the Talks for the October meeting

We like to thank the following for the September presentations:

1. Naval Archtect Will Ellison of Solis Marine Consultants  on "Collaborating to build the AIS base station network in South East Asia" and...

2. Joe and Julie Gonzales (VK3YSP and VK3FOWL) from the Melbourne Amateur Radio Technology Group (MARTG) about 2015 Global Space Balloon Challenge.


VHF & UHF Repeaters

Our repeaters are up and running

The VHF repeater is  at N1.306, E103.781,  Grid OJ11vh, Approx. 110 m AGL

VHF Repeater Transmit (you listen) 145.625 MHz
VHF Repeater Receive (you transmit) 145.025 MHz
CTCSS Tone: 156.7 Hz

The UHF repeater is somewhere near the Lentor Ave. / Yio Chu Kang Road Junction

UHF Repeater Transmit (you listen) 438.425 MHz
UHF Repeater Receive (you transmit) 433.425 MHz
CTCSS Tone: 156.7 Hz

SARTS is still searching for a better site with better coverage with affordable and practical operating costs.

Lion City Award

Hams outside CQ Zone 28 must achieve FIVE confirmed QSOs with 9V1 stations to be eligible for this award. For hams within CQ Zone 28, the requirement is TEN confirmed QSOs.

Applications for the Lion City Award should be sent to SARTS, Robinson Road P.O. Box 2728, Singapore 904728 and attentioned to "The Awards Manager"

Submissions for awards should include the list of different 9V1 stations contacted indicating the dates for QSO's, modes used and the signal reports sent and received.

The list should be verified by an official of your Society or by two other Radio Amateurs. You need NOT send the 9V1 QSL cards received by you.

Please indicate clearly your name and callsign as you want them to appear on the A4 sized award. Also, please include your mailing address and USD 5 for return postage with your application.

Mailing Addresses

Robinson Road P.O. Box 2728
Singapore 904728