Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1929 - August 1 2014

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ report number 1929 with a release
date of August 1  2014 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1.

The following is a QST.  The Amateur Radio Parity Act gains
new co-sponsors; the Internet of Things could impact United
Kingdom hams; Australian radio amateurs forced to
temporarily share the 70 centimeter band with commercial
interests; hams respond to northern California wildfire and
changes coming to the famed Pennsylvania QSO Party.  Find
out the details are on Amateur Radio Newsline report number
1929 coming your way right now.


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RADIO LAW:  AMATEUR RADIO PARITY ACT GAINS NEW CONGRESSIONAL
SUPPORT

The just-concluded ARRL National Centennial Convention in
Hartford, Connecticut, helped to impart added energy into
efforts to line up co-sponsors for "The Amateur Radio Parity
Act of 2014" also known as House of Representatives measure
H R 4969.  Amateur Radio Newsline's Gary Bernstein, N9VU,
has the details:

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H R 4969 was introduced in the US House of Representatives
with bipartisan support in late June.  It asks Congress to
direct the FCC to apply the "reasonable accommodation" three-
part test of the PRB-1 federal pre-emption policy to private
land-use restrictions regarding antennas.

The measures primary sponsor is Republican Representative
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois.  It received initial co-
sponsorship from Democrat Joe Courtney of Connecticut.  Four
additional members of the House had since signed aboard to
co-sponsor the bill by July 24th.  On July 29th, ARRL Hudson
Division Director Mike Lisenco, N2YBB, posted to Facebook
that two more House law makers had thrown their support to H
R 4969.  .

By way of background, right now present PRB-1 only applies
to state and municipal land-use ordinances.  The FCC has
indicated that it will not act to provide the same legal
protections from private land-use agreements -- often called
covenants, conditions, and restrictions without direction
from Congress.  As such, the Amateur Radio Parity Act of
2014 is an attempt by the League to muster the needed push
to get the FCC to act on this matter.

Speaking at the convention, ARRL General Counsel Chris
Imlay, W3KD, says that there already is precedent for the
FCC to act.  He explains that the Commission's so-called
Over-the-Air Receiving Device rules currently preempt
private land-use agreements to permit the installation of
television antennas and satellite dishes.  Based on this,
Imlay suggests that making the leap to reasonably
accommodating outdoor amateur radio antennas is within the
FCC's regulatory scope.   This, given the established strong
federal interest in effective amateur radio communication.

On the other side, Imlay said the bill faces opposition from
the Community Associations Institute and an organization
called Associa.  The latter has already suggested to
Representative Kinzinger that he "re-think" the bill.  As
such, Imlay says that a lot more co-sponsors are needed for
this bill.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Gary Bernstein, N9VU,
reporting.

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The ARRL reports that Representative Courtney visited the
ARRL Centennial Convention on July 19 to speak with League
officials and those attending the event.  A more in-depth
look at the Amateur Radio Parity Act of 2014 and how to
support it is on the web at www.arrl.org/hr-4969  (ARRL,
Facebook)

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RADIO OPINION:  HAM TAKES ISSUE WITH AMATEUR RADIO PARITY
ACT

While the ARRL has been very successful in getting HR 4969
before the House of Representatives it appears as if not
every ham is in favor of its being passed into law.  In an
interview on the video podcast HamRadioNow, viewer Mike
Alexander, N8MSA takes what he calls a principled stand
against the measure.

N8MSA spends about 40 minutes explaining his point of view
and answering questions from moderator Gary Pearce, KN4AQ.
You can see the interview in episode 158 of the video
podcast HamRadioNow at hamradionow.tv.    (HamRadioNow)

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WORLDBEAT:  UK REGULATOR CALLS FOR INPUT ON INTERNET OF
THINGS

United Kingdom telecommunications regulator Ofcom has
published a Call for Input.  This, to help it understand the
actions required to ensure that nation takes a leading role
in the emerging Internet of Things.

According to Wikipedia, the Internet of Things can refer to
a wide variety of devices such as heart monitoring implants,
biochip transponders on farm animals, automobiles with built-
in sensors, or field operation devices that assist fire-
fighters in search and rescue.  Current market examples
include smart thermostats and washer/dryers that utilize
wifi for remote monitoring.

The Ofcom Call for Input seeks views to inform the U-K
regulatory body's understanding of these and other
developments, enabling it to better support the emergence of
the Internet of Things. Many future devices will be
connected wirelessly and the availability of radio spectrum
will be an important enabler especially at 2.4 and 5
Gigahertz.

For this reason the Internet of Things could mean using
Amateur and Amateur Satellite Service spectrum for other
services.  The closing date for United Kingdom hams and
others to respond is October 1, 2014.  (Ofcom, Southgate)

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RADIO LAW:  TEMPORARY REASSIGNMENT OF COMMERCIAL SERVICES
INTO AUSTRALIAN AMATEUR 70CM BAND

Some bad news for hams living down under.  This with word
that a 400 MHz and above  spectrum review held in 2010 has
identified a need for using part of the 70 cm amateur band,
on a temporary basis, for what the Australian Communications
and Media Authority or ACMA has termed the orderly repacking
of 400 MHz commercial services.  Amateur Radio Newsline's
Stephan Kinford, N8WB, reports:

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Specifically, the Australian Communications and Media
Authority has advised the nations ham radio community that
as part of the ongoing 400 MHz band plan review that it will
be necessary to temporary move some commercial services into
the 442.5 to 444 and 446.5 to 448 MHz segments of the 70
centimeter band.

Commercial services will be assigned on a secondary basis
with equal status to the amateur service.  The ACMA says
that it will coordinate frequency assignments to avoid
interference issues with existing licensed amateur services.
Clubs that currently hold licenses for repeater links or
other purposes in these band segments were being advised to
contact the Wireless Institute of Australia for further
information. The WIA is the recognized national society
serving that nations ham radio community.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Stephen Kinford, N8WB,
reporting.

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This ACMA says that this reassignment will be required
starting now and continuing through to the end of 2015.
(VK2ASD, WIA)

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PROPAGATION NEWS:  VK 723 KHZ BEACON TEMPORARILLY QRT

The VK3FI 473 kHz CW beacon at Mildura, Australia, has been
temporarily taken off the air for some required maintenance
and improvements.  The work includes the errection of a new
antenna support and feeder cables as well as relocating the
home-made beacon into a rack assembly.  According to reports
this work will likely take a couple of months after which it
will resume its nightly transmission from is location in the
far north west of Australia's Victoria state.  (VK3PC)

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DX UP FRONT:  LICHTENSTEIN SEPTEMBER 13 TO 20
In DX up front, DL2SBY will be active from Liechtenstein
between September 13th and the 20th.  Operations will be on
80 through 10 meters including 30, 17 and 12 meters using
CW, SSB and RTTY.  QSL to DL2SBY, direct, via the bureau as
well as through PayPal requests.  (OPDX)

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DX UP FRONT:  TOGO SEPTEMBER 25 TO OCTOBER 3
The Czech DXpedition Team will be on the air from Togo
between September 25th and October 3rd.  Activity will be on
160 through 10 meters using CW, SSB and some of the digital
modes. The group also plans to take part in the CQ World
Wide DX RTTY Contest on September 27th and 28th.  QSL's go
via OK6DJ, direct, via the bureau, eQSL, Logbook to the
World, or using the Oh QRS on ClubLog.  (OPDX)

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BREAK 1

Time for you to identify your station.  We are the Amateur
Radio Newsline, heard on bulletin stations around the world
including the KA5GLX repeater serving Clear Lake Texas.

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WITH NEWSLINE:  A NEW VIDEO ADDITION AT WWW.ARNEWSLINE.ORG

Thanks to the work of Kevin Trotman, N5PRE and Don Wilbanks,
AE5DW, we have a new and highly visible addition to our
website.  If you take your web browser to www dot arnewsline
dot org, and start scrolling down, you will see we have
posted an abbreviated video version. This is actually the
same video we produce weekly for the TWiT-TV program Ham
Nation and at our recent BoD meeting we decided to make it
directly available to all of you as well.

Please note that due to the different production schedules,
the video version will be released a few days after the
audio and text.  Also, you can only view it at our website;
at least for now.  We are sorry, but we will not be able to
provide automatic direct down linking for the foreseeable.
Of coarse you can also view it as a part of the TWiT TV
program Ham Nation. Please take a look and let us know what
you think.  (ARNewsline)

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RESCUE RADIO:   MARITIME MOBLE SERVICES NET HANDLES LAND
BASED EMERGENCY

Some good work by the Maritime Mobile Service Network as it
helped in a recent land based incident.  We have more in
this report:

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The Maritime Mobile Service Network normally helps hams at
sea but on July 24th it took on a land based situation.
This after net control station Ken Porter, A-C-zero-M-L,
received a distress call from George Molnar, KF2T, on 14.300
MHz which is the nets longtime home frequency.

Molnar told Porter that he had witnessed a tractor-trailer
overturn on Nevada Highway 318, approximately 26 miles south
of US Route 93.  The location was in a deep canyon with no
cellular telephone service or any ham radio repeaters
available in the area.  As such HF radio appeared to be the
only communications.

Once he had the information, Porter called the Las Vegas
Police Department and told it about the incident and its
location.  The Las Vegas police in turn notified Nevada
State Highway Patrol.  Porter remained on the phone with the
police in case the dispatcher required any further
information.

It did not take long for troopers to arrive on scene.
Thankfully there were no injuries but the driver of the
overturned truck was reported to be somewhat in shock.
Highway 318 remained blocked until the perishable items from
the overturned vehicle could be cleaned away.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF,
in the Newsroom in Los Angeles.

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The Maritime Mobile Service Network operates between the
hours of 1600 to 0200 UTC daily on 14.300 MHz and most hams
are aware that they will likely find assistance on that
frequency.  (K4EDX)

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RESCUE RADIO:  HAMS RESPOND TO NORTHERN CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE

Northern California ham radio emergency communications teams
were called out on Saturday, July 26th.  This in support of
those fighting the El Portal wildfire burning in Tuolumne
County.

Hams were assigned to shadow Red Cross officials and provide
communications at an evacuation shelter in the town of
Groveland.  A number of repeaters were linked to provide a
direct communication channel from the shelter to the Red
Cross nerve center in Fresno.  In all, the hams who
volunteered spent close to a full day before being dismissed
and returning home.  (ARNewsline from various Sources)

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RADIO LAW:  PRIVATE DRONE AIRCRAFT ORDERED GROUNDED BY
CALIFORNIA FIREFIGHTERS

A privately owned remote control drone aircraft shooting
video of a California wildfire has been ordered grounded.
This after firefighting officials feared it might interfere
with efforts to contain the blaze burning near the city of
Sacramento.

According to news reports a California Department of
Forestry and Fire Prevention spokesperson said that the
owner of the unmanned vehicle was asked by Sheriff's
Deputies to stop flying the drone so as to keep it away from
the low-flying aircraft being used to fight the Sand fire.
The owner was apparently operating the small 4-engine
quadcopter craft so he could check out the fire for his own
personal viewing.

Cal-Fire spokesperson Lynne Tolmachoff said that this is the
first time her agency had encountered such a device during
their firefighting efforts, but she adds that she expects it
may not be the last.

As previously reported, the Federal Aviation Administration
is in the process of investigating who may use drones and
for what purposes.  This in order to develop guidelines and
regulations concerning these radio remote control devices.

And as previously reported, National Park Service Director
Jonathan B. Jarvis has signed a policy memorandum that
directs his superintendents nationwide to prohibit
launching, landing, or operating unmanned remote controlled
aircraft including drones on lands and waters administered
by his agency.  (Published news reports, ARNewsline archive)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  AMSAT NA SYMPOSIUM OCTOBER 10 - 12

AMSAT-North America's 32nd Space Symposium and Annual
Meeting will be held October 10th to the 12th in Baltimore,
Maryland.  The location will be the DoubleTree by Hilton at
the Baltimore  BWI Airport.  The gathering will be preceded
by the AMSAT North America Board of Directors meeting for
October 9th and morning of the 10th.  A registration form
for the Symposium and all events may be downloaded at
tinyurl.com/ANS208-SymposiumRegistration.  (ANS)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  WRONG RETURN ADDRESS ON AMSAT-NA BALLOT
ENVELOPES

And speaking about AMSAT North America, we received a
message from that organization to pass along to members who
may be listening.

It seems that after the 2014 Board of Directors election
ballots were mailed, the group was notified by its printer
that old stock return envelopes were accidentally included.
Unfortunately, these envelopes have the old Silver Spring,
Maryland address on them.

The good news is that the ballot postcard and other
documents have the correct Kensington, Maryland, address.
As mail is being forwarded to the new office address, and
will continue to do so for several months, those voting can
use either the envelope included in the packet, or, your own
envelope addressed to The Radio Amateur Satellite
Corporation, 10605 Concord Street, Kensington, Maryland,
20895.  Whichever method you choose AMSAT asks that those
voting make certain that their ballot is mailed in time to
be received by the September 15th deadline.  (WA4SCA, AMSAT-NA)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  FISTS CW CLUB NORTH AMERICA REDUCES DUES
STRUCTURE FOR SENIORS

The North America chapter of the FISTS CW Club has reduced
its dues for members aged 65 to 80 to $10 annually.  The
only caveat is that those in the 65 to 80 age group as well
as those over 80 and under age 18 need to supply their birth
date when you join or renew to get this rate.  More on this
change is on the web at fistsna.org.  (KB1DSB, FISTS, NA)

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HAM RAPPENINGS:  MICHIGAN VHF-UHF SOCIETY BEING REACTIVATED

According to Roger Cox, W8IO, the Michigan VHF-UHF Society,
based in the Detroit area will soon be coming back to life.
 Cox says that he wrote to the clubs current president Bob
Lang, K8ZKJ who said that he was looking for someone to take
over and make the organization active again.

Cox then called a number of his friends who indicated their
interest in joining if the organization was to be
revitalized.  Cox is now proceeding in doing so with the
assistance of Tom Bosscher, K8TB, who will create a mailing
list for the group which holds the call AD8U, that it uses
in contests and grid expeditions.  More information on this
project can be found on the web at
wb0dgf.com/MichiganVHF.htm  (Michigan VHF-UHF Cub)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  4,000 SCOUTS TO EXPERIENCE HAM RADIO AT
SCOUT AIRFEST IN ILLINOIS

The Rainbow Council Amateur Radio Committee of the Boy
Scouts of America will operate a Special Event Station
during Scout Air Fest on August 8th to the 10th.  This as
the K2BSA Amateur Radio Association has given the Rainbow
Council permission to operate as K2BSA during the event.

The camporee will take place on the grounds of the Lewis
University Airport in Romeoville, Illinois.  High Frequency
operations will be on 80 through 15 meters using CW, SSB and
some digital modes.  Talk in will be on 70 centimeter FM and
the Campfire talk-about will be on 2 meter FM.

With nearly 4,000 registered scouts expected to attend,
Scout Air Fest will one of the largest events of its type
this year.  More information including specific frequencies
and QSL information is on the web at tinyurl.com/Illinois-
Scouts.   (Southgate, QRZ)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  RSGB APPOINTS G6JYB AS NEW SPECTRUM
CHAIR

The Radio Society of Great Britain's Board of Directors has
appointed Murray Niman,  G6JYB, to the position of Chairman
of its Spectrum Forum.  Niman is no stranger to spectrum
matters having held the post of RSGB Microwave Manager,
since January 2007.  He succeeds the former Spectrum Chair
John Gould, G3WKL, who was recently elected as RSGB
President.  (GB2RS)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  TWO HAMS HONORED BY ORDER OF CANADA

Two radio amateurs have been named to receive appointments
to the Order of Canada.  Among the list of recipients are
Veena Rawat, VA3ITU, and Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield,
VA3OOG who also holds the United States call KC5RNJ.

Rawat was honored as a Companion of the Order of Canada for
her contributions to telecommunications engineering and for
leadership in establishing a global regulatory framework for
radio spectrum management.  Hadfield was recognized as an
Officer of the Order of Canada for his commitment to
promoting scientific discovery and for sharing the wonders
of space exploration with the world.  (RAC)

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This is ham radio news for today's radio amateur.  We are
the Amateur Radio Newsline with links to the world from our
only official website at www.arnewsline.org and being
relayed by the volunteer services of the following radio
amateur:

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY:  NASA SEARCHING FOR HIGH SPEED MARS TO
EARTH DATA LINKS

NASA is asking for future assistance to help to get data
back from its science missions that are orbiting Mars and
roaming its surface of the red planet.  Amateur Radio
Newsline's Heather Embee, KB3TZD, reports:

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The United States space agency is acting now to close a
potential communications gap that is set to occur in or
around the year 2020.  This is because it currently has no
plans to launch new orbiters capable of taking over data
relay duties from existing but ageing spacecraft that will
be  circling Mars in 6 to 7 years.

NASA currently relies on the Odyssey and the Reconnaissance
Orbiter to along data radioed to them from the Curiosity
rover.  These two spacecraft can send data back to Earth at
a rate of about 2 Megabytes per Second which is far faster
than the data transfer speed that a rover can manage by
itself.

In the near future, these data relay duties are set to be
taken over by two newer spacecraft that are due to arrive at
Mars later this year and in 2016.  NASA's Mars Atmosphere
and Volatile Evolution satellite will go into service this
September and Europe's Exo Mars Trace Gas Orbiter craft will
arrive in 2016.

But after the arrival of its Mars Atmosphere and Volatile
Evolution satellite NASA has no plans to launch any more
Mars-bound science and data relay orbiters.  On the other
side, there are plans to land more rovers on the planet,
potentially creating a problem retrieving data gathered by
these wandering robots.

Because of this the space agency is seeking input from
universities and companies about better ways to continue the
high speed relay of data back to Earth once the new orbiters
eventually go dark.  It adds that commercial partners could
help overcome this shortfall.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Heather Embee, KB3TZD,
in Berwick, Pennsylvania.

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One possibility for the future might be the use of Laser
based communications.  A system like this was tried in
October 2013 during the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust
Environment Explorer mission.  During that test, data rates
between the Moon and Earth hit 622 Megabytes Per Second.
The problem that even a system such as this would require
sending an orbiter so equipped to Mars which is not in the
cards or in NASA's long term budget right now.
(G7VFY, Southgate, SpaceWorld)

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RADIO FROM SPACE: OPPORTUNITY MARS ROVER HOLDS RECORD FOR
OFF WORLD ROAMING

And speaking about its ongoing investigation of Mars,
according to a NASA report, the Opportunity Mars rover that
landed on the Red Planet in 2004, now holds the off-Earth
roving distance record.  This after accumulating slightly
over 25 miles of driving across the surface of the red
planet.

John Callas is the Mars Exploration Rover Project Manager at
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory  in Pasadena, California.
He says that Opportunity has driven farther than any other
wheeled vehicle on another world.  He says that this is so
remarkable considering Opportunity was intended to drive
about one kilometer and was never designed for distance.

But what is really important is not how many miles
Opportunity has managed to cover, but how much exploration
and discovery we have accomplished over that distance.
July's driving took the rover south along the western rim of
Endeavour Crater. The rover had driven over 20 miles before
arriving at Endeavour Crater in 2011, where it examined
outcrops on the crater's rim containing clay and sulfate-
bearing minerals and radio relaying its findings back to
Earth.
(ScienceRecorder.com)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  EURAO SUMMER 2014 YOUTH QSO PARTY

The European Radio Amateurs' Organization has announced a
new on the air QSO party this time with the motto: "give
youth a chance."  Similar to Kids Day here in the United
States, its purpose is to promote amateur radio among young
people, meet other hams around the world and to have fun.

The event is slated for September 20th and 21st.  In nations
where regulations permit, licensed radio amateurs are
encouraged to invite and supervise future operators to their
home or club station so as to get their first taste of ham
radio.  More on this event is on the web at eurao.org.
(EURAO)

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DX

In DX, word that AI5P will activate two islands on a holiday
style DXpedition during the months of August and September.
His tentative schedule is to be on from Greneda from August
12th to the 22nd signing stroke J3.  From there he will move
onto Tobago for a stint signing portable 9Y4 from August
23rd through September 1st.  Activity will be on 40 through
10 meters using mostly CW.  QSL via AI5P.

RW6HS has contacted EP3SMH, who works for the Communications
Regulatory Authority of Iran, and was told
that EP2MKO doesn't have a license.  As such he is operating
without authority to do so.

Member of the Hotel India DX Club will tentatively be on the
air as HI2DX from Saona Island between November 19th and the
23rd.   Activity will be on 160 through 6 meters using CW,
SSB and the Digital modes. They will have 10 stations on the
air using dipoles, verticals and other various antennas.
The QSL Manager M0URX for direct requests and bureau QSLs.

LW9EOC will be operational from San Andres Island as 5KZ0A
between November 26th and December 9th.  Activity should be
on 80 through 10 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.  QSL via his
home callsign either direct or via the bureau.  Electronic
QSL's go via Logbook to the World or eQSL.

 LW9EOC will be active stroke HK-one from Columbia between
October 22nd and the 29th.  Operations will be on all High
Frequency bands using CW and SSB. QSL via his home callsign
either direct or via the bureau.  Electronic cards go via
eQSL and Logbook to the World.

Lastly, DL2SBY will be active as S79KB from two islands in
the Seychelles between October 4th and the 18th.  His
operation will be on 20 through 10 including 17 and 12
meters using CW, SSB and RTTY with log being uploaded onto
ClubLog.  QSL via DL2SBY either direct or via the bureau.

(This weeks DX courtesy of the Ohio-PennDX Newsletter)

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RADIO SPORTS:  THE PENNSYLVANIA QSO PARTY

And finally this week, the 2014 Pennsylvania QSO Party is
slated for October 11th and 12th and its already on the
calendars of many contesters.  Now comes word of a major
announcement from the events planners as we hear from
Amateur Radio Newsline's Mark Abramowicz, NT3V:

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The era of the paper summary sheet is coming to an end with
the arrival of this year's PA QSO Party.

Michael Coslo, N3LI, party chairman, says the Nittany
Amateur Radio Club in State College, PA, sponsors of the
party, decided it's time to do away with the requirement
that participants MAIL IN the summary sheet after the party.

"We've had that requirement for years and now that we're
here in 2014 in the internet age not so many people really
wanted to mail things in anymore," Coslo says. "If a partier
does want to mail it in, they still have that option."

Coslo admits there's a bit of a risk here because those
mailing in the summary sheets usually sent a donation along
to cover party expenses.

But he says they've come up with a solution.

"What we've done is we have opened an online store where
people can make donations if they see fit or also buy a
promotional T-shirt and such," he says. "And, I think all of
this will make everybody's experience a lot more pleasant."

Coslo says a link to the new PA QSO Party store can be found
at the club's website - that's www.nittany-arc.net.  It
links you to the PA QSO Party site.

Coslo says he's hoping by dropping the mail-in requirement,
that more logs and completed entries will be submitted for
the event this fall.

"The number of people sending in logs turned out to be about
50 percent of the people who actually participated in the
QSO party," he says. "In fact, there are some people out
there, I know who they are, that they would have won their
respective county or their respective section, had they sent
in their summary sheet and logs."

The PA QSO Party is the second largest of its kind in the
country, topped only by the California QSO Party which falls
the first weekend of October.

Lots of PA contesters tell me they use the California event
as a sort of "tune-up" to check antennas and operating
conditions.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Mark Abramowicz, NT3V,
in Philadelphia.

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Again, the dates are October 11th and the 12th for the 2014
Pennsylvania QSO Party.  Be sure to make those dates down so
that you don't miss this year's event.  (NT3V)

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