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Frequency Usage by Thailand Ham
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Saturday, 05 November 2011 21:19
QST, to all Radio Amateurs
15 October 2011

World-wide HF operators are kindly requested to QSY away from 7.060-7.063 MHz  at all times due to use by Thailand hams during the massive flood emergency affecting millions of people in North and Central Thailand.

Today, the emergency is on-going with huge areas flooded of from a half to two meters of water, some areas are deeper and a few spotty areas are mostly dry in the region. News estimates say that the flooding will continue for four to six more days, at its height, and subsidence will be over a month. Clean-up and rebuilding may extend more than a year.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 November 2011 15:06
Japan Earthquake Updates
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Saturday, 05 November 2011 21:19
Dear all Malaysian Ham Members,

In the view of the recent Japanese earthquake and tsunami, we would like to request our ham members to observe the following request, to clear the frequencies for Japanese rescue effort.
The following was received from Mr. Dave Raycroft,  VA3RJ of I.C.P.O. (Islands, Castles & Portable Operations). Also, below are some important and usefull links for all.

Message from Toru, JG1EIQ

Following freq’s are assigned for emergency QSO. Please be clear. Thank you  for your kind help!

Ops JARL & volunteers - 3520 to 3530, 7025 to 7035, 14090 to 14110, 21190 to 21200, 28190 to 28210, 50100, 51000, 14100, 14500, 430100, 433000 kHz.

DXped Ops - Please kindly consider QSX freq & RTTY freq.

73 and Good DX!
Dave Raycroft, VA3RJ
Home of ICPO:

Usefull Links:-

Japan Amateur Radio League, JARL  -
JARL ARES Twitter  -
JARL ARES Twitter -!/JA3RL_Hijyo

ARRL Alert on Japan Amateur Radio Frequencies Clearing Request -

IARU R1 Emergency Communication -

News and information on Nuclear issues
International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA -
IAEA update on Japan Earthquake -
IAEA Page on Facebook -
IAEA Incidents & Emergencies -
The International Nuclear And Radiological Event Scale, INES -
Japan Nuclear and Safety Agensy, NISA -
Japan Ministry of Economic, Trade and Industry -
Malaysian Atomic Licensing Board, AELB -
Malaysian Meteorological Department -

Other Links
Google Crisis Response -
Google Translation Tool  -
US Geological Survey Real Time Earthquake Monitoring -

Links will be updated from time to time. For those who like to submit a new link, kindly email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

We pray for the safety and the well being of the Japan people in view of this disaster.

73 de MARES

Global SET 15 May 2010
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Saturday, 05 November 2011 21:18
Global Simulated Emergency Tests - 2010
Written by G0DUB - Region 1 Emergency Comms Co-Ordinator

The dates for the Global Simulated Emergency Tests in 2010 have been set as:

15th May 2010 0400-0800 UTC
13th November 2010 1100-1500 LOCAL TIME

The timing for the event is planned to change in November to reduce the possibility of interference between IARU Regions as propagation conditions improve.'

Other changes may be introduced following the GAREC conference in October.

Rules and lists of participating stations in the event will be available on the IARU Region 1 website.

Rgds Jim Linton VK3PC
IARU R3 Disaster Communications Committee.

Qinghai Earthquake News
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Saturday, 05 November 2011 21:17
Qinghai province earthquake report 1 as of 20100415

The Chinese Radio Sports Association (CRSA) has asked that the frequencies of 7050kKHz and 7060kHz be kept clear for emergency ham radio communications following a devastating earthquake in Yu Shu district, Qinghai province.

A number of radio amateurs are already active in supporting the rescue and recovery efforts including BG9UA, BG9UP and BG9UO.

The emergency communication team of Anhui amateur radio society, led by Mr Du BG6CEV was flying to Qinghai today (15 April) to bring communication equipment.

The earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Ritcher scale occurred on the morning of Tuesday has left 589 people dead, nearly 10,000 injured and 10,000 families needing to be resettled due to 99% of houses damaged.

Yu Shu located in a plateau with temperatures fall to -5 degrees (minus five degrees) making conditions bad for those without shelter as well as hampering rescue efforts. Water, electricity and other facilities are cut.

(Report provided by Fan Bin BA1RB, CRSA Coordinator of the IARU Region 3 Disaster Communications Conmmittee via Jim Linton VK3PC)

Global Simulated Emergency Test - 18 April 2009
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Saturday, 05 November 2011 21:17
Attention to all MARES Members.

Global Simulated Emergency Test

IARU Region 1 invites the HQ-Stations of all IARU member societies and stations of Emergency Communications Groups to participate in a Global Simulated Emergency Test on Saturday 18th April 2009 11.00 – 15.00 UTC (7.00pm - 11.00pm.,  Malaysia Time). The operation will take place on and near the emergency Centre-of-Activity (CoA) frequencies on 80, 40, 20, 17 and 15 metres (+-QRM ). MARES will be conducting the test at our Club House. All members are welcome to attend and participate in this session.

The objectives of the test are;

  1. increase the common interest in emergency communications.
  2. test how usable the CoA frequencies are across ITU regions.
  3. create practices for international emergency communication and
  4. practice the relaying of messages using all modes.

The exercise will build on earlier GlobalSET exercises by starting to pass messages in a format which we may have to use for the agencies we may serve. The message exchange will take longer than in previous exercises and stations will have to be patient to transmit their messages across country and language boundaries.

So, please remember that this is not a contest, it is an emergency communications exercise to develop the skills we will need to provide an international emergency network.

Messages may be passed on voice (SSB), Data or CW modes as detailed below.

Voice mode
Each IARU Region will have a HQ station operating on voice as follows:

Region 1 – GB4NRC
Region 2 – TG0AA
Region 3 – TBA

HQ stations will be QRV simultaneously on all CoA frequencies
appropriate to their region +- QRM as shown below.

Region 1 Region 2 Region 3
3760 3750 or 3985 3760
7060 or 7110 7060, 7240 or 7290 7060
14300 14300 14300
18160 18160 18160
21360 21360 21360

For further details, kindly visit RayNet-HF.

73 de ERT Team
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