Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1941 - October 24 2014

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ report number 1941 with a release
date of October 24th 2014 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1.

The following is a QST.  Hams in the Philippines to assist
in Manila crime watch; the Sun unleashes an X class flare on
October 22;  China launches a ham radio payload to circle
the moon; CQ issues a revised policy statement in regard to
Crimea in contest scoring; the Veterans Administrations
announces plans for its own High Frequency radio network;
Russia plans to launch newly designed smart mini satellites
and how to collect cosmic rays on a smart phone.  Find out
the details on Amateur Radio Newsline report number 1941
coming your way right now.


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WORLDBEAT:  HAMS TO BE AMONG VOLUNTEERS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR
CROMINAL ACTIVITY IN MANILA

Ham radio operators will soon be among several groups of
volunteer radio operators on the lookout for criminal
activities in the city of Manila in the Philippines.
Amateur Radio Newsline's Jim Meachen, ZL2BHF has the
details:

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The Department of the Interior and Local Government has
requested that volunteers from a number of communication
groups use their radios to report from areas subject to a
high incidence of theft and robberies.

Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II and the National Capital
Region Police chief recently met with various
communications groups as part of an anti criminal activity
campaign.  This included representatives from the Philippine
Amateur Radio Association, React Philippines and several
other volunteer radio communication organizations.
Discussions centered on areas where the radio equipped
volunteer observers would be deployed as well as their
responsibilities.

For them to be easily recognized by those in need of
assistance the radio equipped volunteers will wear red
berets and red vests.  On observing criminal activities or
receiving a complaint the radio operators would notify one
of a number of command centers.  The command centers will in
turn relay the complaints to the police stations for
officers to be dispatched.

The Department of the Interior and Local Government and the
radio communication groups will sign the Memorandum of
Agreement in November.  Roxas acknowledged that the
collaboration was prompted by the lack of police deployed to
patrol in high crime areas.   He added that if this pilot
project is successful in the metro Manila area it would also
be expanded to other geographic regions.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Jim Meachen, ZL2BHF, in
Nelson, New Zealand.

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The complete story of this crime fighting initiative in
Manila is on the web at tinyurl.com/anti-crime-drive
(inquirer.net)

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PROPAGATION:  X CLASS FLARE CAUSES RADIO OUTAGE

If the ham bands seemed to suddenly disappear from your
radio on October 22nd, you can blame it on the sun.
According to a report posted to Facebook by Thomas David
Hood, NW7US, a strong, level X 1 point 7, sunspot x-ray
flare was produced by active sunspot region AR 2192 peaking
at 14:28 UTC.  This caused an R3-level radio blackout on the
sunlit side of the Earth, during the flare event.

NW7US said that if a Coronal Mass Ejection or CME was
released, it is likely heading toward Earth and would arrive
in anywhere from two and four days.  Hood, who writes the
propagation column in CQ Magazine notes that if that occurs,
it would result in Aurora along with degradation of
shortwave radio propagation.  You can follow Hood's solar
activity reports at facebook.com/spacewx.hfradio.  Updates
are also available at spaceweather.com  (NW7US via Facebook)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  HAM RADIO PAYLOAD ON ITS WAY TO CIRCLE
THE MOON

China has launched its robotic moon circling mission that
carries a ham radio payload.  The main purpose of this
flight is to test of re-entry technology for the country's
future lunar sample-return mission.  Complete details on the
role of amateur radio can be found beginning on page 14 of
the mission outline at tinyurl.com/lux-space-moon.  The file
is in PDF format.  A wed-based report on the actual launch
provided by NASA is at www.nasaspaceflight.com/2014/10/china-
lunar-sample-return-test-mission  (LUX Space, NASA)

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RESTRUCTURING: CEPT TO CONSIDER REGION 1 ALLOCATION ON 4
METERS

A proposal has been adopted to modify the European Common
Frequency Allocation table to assign 69.9 to 70.5 MHz in the
4 meter band on a secondary basis to the Amateur Service.

International Amateur Radio Union Region 1 and five IARU
Region 1 countries submitted the proposal at a meeting of
the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications
Administrations or CEPT.  This when its Frequency Management
Working Group met October 6th through the 10th in France.

At this time more than two dozen governments that comprise
members of International Telecommunications Union Region One
have adopted the CEPT agreement that permits amateur radio
operators the use of part or all of the 4 meter band.
Others have taken wait and see position looking to the CEPT
and the ITU for final guidance on this matter.

Efforts to place a request for an allocation at 70 MHz in
the region one on the CEPT future action table have been
underway since the mid-1990's.  From here the matter will
work its way through the organization for ongoing
consideration and possible future action.   (IARU-R1,
Southgate)

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WORLDBEAT:  UK 146 - 137 MHZ NOTICES OF VARIATION NOW
AVAILABLE VIA RSGB WEBSITE

United Kingdom holders of that nation's Full license class
can now apply for Notices of Variation to gain temporary
access to use the 146 MHz to 147 MHz band.

As reported last week, British telecommunications regulator
Ofcom had published a Statement that included an intention
to release an additional megahertz of 2 meter spectrum to
radio amateurs on a temporary basis but UK hams wanting to
use the spectrum would require a Notice of Variation.

Now comes word that applications for the Notices of
Variations can be made via the RSGB website from the end of
October.  These Notices of Variation currently being issued
have an expiration date of October 31, 2015.  What type of
activity will take place in this added temporary spectrum is
at airtime unknown.  (RSGB)

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RADIOSPORTS:  CQ MAGAZINE REVISES POLICY ON CRIMEA IN CQ
SPONSORED CONTESTS

CQ Magazine says that it has reconsidered an earlier
decision regarding contact credit  made with stations in the
Crimea.  This after receiving requests from contesters world-
wide.

On September 17th, CQ announced that logs will not be
accepted for any CQ contest from stations in Crimea
operating with Russian-issued call signs.  Also, contacts
made by others with those stations will be removed from
contestants' logs without penalty and that no contact or
multiplier credits will be given.

This brought on some highly heated debate both on the air as
well as in web-based discussion groups.  Now, in its October
21st response to requests from a large number of contesters
around the world, CQ has reconsidered its decision.

As CQ Publisher Dick Ross, K2MGA, explained, a large portion
of the contesting community felt that CQ was unfairly
denying our fellow amateurs in Crimea of the opportunity to
fully participate in our contests.  Ross went on to say that
since the country list for CQ contests is based on a
combination of the Worked All Europe and ARRL DXCC lists,
and the ARRL has already adopted a policy regarding Crimean
stations in its award and contest programs, CQ will amend
its policy to be consistent with the ARRL's DXCC policy.

With this latest decision the listings of Crimean stations
submitting logs for CQ contests will be based on the call
sign under which they have operated.  If they used Russian-
issued calls in the contest, they will be listed under
Russia.  If they used Ukrainian-issued calls in the contest,
they will be listed under Ukraine.

According to Ross, this change reflects not only the desire
of many contesters around the world, but also of a large
majority of members of the CQ World Wide DX Contest
Committee.  (CQ)

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DX UP FRONT:  ZD9 TRISTAN DA CUNHA OPERATION CANCELLED.

In DX up front, the Italian DXpedition Team has announced
that its ZD9TT DXpedition to Tristan Da Cuna originally
planned for September 2014, but later postponed until
September 2015 due to transportation issues, has now been
canceled.  The group also says that it will no longer
advertise its plans in advance and that it regrets that this
decision might affect the plans of other teams.  However, it
feels compelled to adopt this policy due to the course of
events.  (OPDX)

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DX UP FRONT:  CHRISTMAS ISLAND THROUGH OCTOBER 31

A team of operators from Poland should be active as VK9XSP
from Christmas Island through October 31st.  Operation will
be on 160 through 6 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY with two
to three stations on the air 24 hours a day.  Special
attention is being paid to the lower bands and to areas
where Christmas Island is the most difficult to work.  QSL's
go via SP6EQZ.  (OPDX)

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DX UP FRONT:  DXCC APPROVED FOR E30FB ERITREA

The ARRL has announced that last the September 17th to the
22nd E30FB from Eritrea sponsored by the Foundation for
Global Children has been approved for DXCC credit.  This was
the operation by JH1AJT reported on extensively in past
Amateur Radio Newsline reports.  (OPDX)

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BREAK 1

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Radio Newsline, heard on bulletin stations around the world
including the Pacific Maritime Net serving the needs of the
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RESCUE RADIO:  VETERANS ADMINISTRATIONS ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR
ALE BASED HF RADIO NETWORK

The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to establish
its own High Frequency radio network to link up medical
facilities in case of an emergency that damages or destroys
other normal lines of communications.  Amateur Radio
Newsline's Stephan Kinford, N8WB, has more:

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NextGov.com has reported on a plan by the United States
Department of Veterans Affairs Strategic Acquisition Center
to award a five year firm fixed price Indefinite Delivery
and Indefinite Quantity contract for the creation of a new
high frequency radio network for its exclusive use.  The
contract will include equipment, installation, testing,
certification, warranty and training to guarantee that the
network will be a fully functional turnkey and resilient
emergency communications system.

As outlined, this HF Network shall be made up of a yet to be
determined number of 400 watt backbone stations.  These will
work in tandem to receive and automatically relay
communications 125 watt fixed and mobile stations located at
approximately 200 Veterans Health Administration facilities.

This High Frequency Network would operate somewhere in the 3
to 30 MHz spectrum though no exact frequencies have been
mentioned.  As outlined it would provide emergency two-way
radio communication, along with an interconnect to the
existing public switched telephone network as well as
cellular and Internet Protocol telephone networks.  This
would allow for radio-to-telephone communication and
Automatic Link Establishment better known in ham radio
circles as ALE.  The Veterans Administration  plans to issue
a formal request for proposals by October 31st.

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

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An in-depth look at this proposal including a ham radio
aspect in its planning is on the web at tinyurl.com/VA-HF-
network  (NextGov.com, Southgate)

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RADIO LAW:  ARRL EXEC COMMITTEE POLICY STATEMENT ON AR
MOBILE OPERATION

The ARRL Executive Committee has adopted an updated Policy
Statement on amateur radio mobile operation.  While agreeing
that driver inattention is a leading cause of auto accidents
and that concern over driver distraction "is not
unreasonable," the policy cites Amateur Radio's 70-year
history of two-way mobile operation as evidence that such
radio use does not contribute to driver inattention.

The policy statement goes on to point out that Amateur Radio
operation differs from cell phone communication in part
because the device need not be held to the face to listen.
Also, no text messaging is involved and mobile ham operators
only need to pick up a microphone to make brief and
infrequent transmissions.

Prompting the policy update is the 2012 federal law titled
"Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century" or MAP-21.
This is a statute that requires states to enact and enforce
laws that prohibit texting through a personal wireless
communications device while driving in order to qualify for
federal grants to support a state's program.

Many states already have statutes in place that restrict the
use of cell phones and other communication devices to a
greater or lesser degree, and several already exempt Amateur
Radio.  The ARRL is urging states or localities to adopt
motor vehicle codes that narrowly define the class of
regulated devices, in order to specifically exclude Amateur
Radio from their jurisdiction.

The complete ARRL position on this issue can be found at
arrl.org/mobile-amateur-radio-policy.

(ARRL)

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RESCUE RADIO:  FCC ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT WITH INDUSTRY CANADA
FOR CROSS-BORDER PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS

A new pack will permit cross border hand-held radio
communications between the United States and Canada between
those involved in public safety issues in both nations.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and Industry Canada Senior
Assistant Deputy Minister Kelly Gillis have signed an
agreement allowing public safety officials who cross the
U.S.-Canada border to use their hand-held radios in either
country.  The agreement called a Statement of Intent between
the FCC and Industry Canada expands roaming privileges
originally granted to public safety officials in a 1952
Treaty.

The big difference is that the new Statement of Intent
allows public safety officials to operate hand-held radios
in the other country whereas the 1952 agreement only
contemplated the cross-border operation of radios installed
in public safety vehicles.  The Statement of Intent also
eliminates the need for the host country to issue permits to
public safety officials crossing the border provided the
radios used by such officials are licensed in their country
of origin.  (FCC)

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ENFORCEMENT:  FCC AFFIRMS $24000 FINE FOR INTERFEREING WITH
SHOPING CENTER RADIO SYSYEM

The FCC has denied a Petition for Reconsideration filed by
Kevin W. Bondy and at the same time has affirmed a
forfeiture of $24,000 against him.  This, for engaging in
unlicensed operation, intentionally interfering with
licensed radio operations, and refusing to allow an FCC
inspection of his radio equipment.

Back in 2009 the FCC received a complaint about interference
to the operations and security frequency for a shopping
center in Thousand Oaks, California.  The security manager
told the Enforcement Bureau someone was interfering with the
center's 461.375 MHz and 466.375 MHz frequencies after which
the FCC traced the interference to Bondy.

According to the FCC, Bondy admitted he was trying to force
the shopping center off its frequencies by transmitting NOAA
Weather Radio on their radio channels.  The agency said
Bondy  also refused to allow an inspection of his
transmitting equipment and eventually issued the $24,000
Notice of Apparent Liability to him.

Bondy did file an appeal but on October 14th the FCC ruled
that it was procedurally defective because it was filed to
late.  It then upheld and affirmed the fine and gave Bondy
fifteen calendar days to pay the amount in full or to
contact the agency to arrange a time payment schedule.
(FCC)

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ENFORCEMENT:  FCC AFFIRMS $20000 FINE TO UNLICENSED FLORIDA
BROADCASTER

The FCC has affirmed a penalty of $20,000 against Marc-Nus
Charles for operating an unlicensed radio station in Pompano
Beach, Florida.

This past June 2nd , the Enforcement Bureau's Miami Office
issued a Notice of Apparent
Liability for Forfeiture to Charles for his alleged
operating an unlicensed radio transmitter on the frequency
92.5 MHz in Pompano Beach.

Before issuing the proposed fine the regulatory agency had
warned Charles in writing that such operations are illegal.
When the stations broadcasts continued the FCC proceeded to
issue the $20,000 Notice of Apparent Liability but Charles
did not filed a response to the proposed fine.

In affirming the fine the FCC stated on October 16th that
the fact the Charles ignoring the agency's warnings
demonstrated a deliberate disregard for the Commission's
authority and its rules, warranting a significant penalty.
As such, and based on the information before it, the FCC
affirmed the $20,000 forfeiture and gave Charles the thirty
calendar days to pay in full.  (FCC)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  JEAN L. KIDDOO JOINS FCC WIRELESS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS BUREAU AS DEPUTY BUREAU CHIEF

Some names in the news.  The FCC's Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau has announced that Jean L. Kiddoo
has been named as its Deputy Bureau Chief.

Ms. Kiddoo is a graduate of Colgate University and earned
her law degree from the Catholic University of America.  For
more than 30 years she has represented telecommunications,
media and technology companies before federal agencies,
courts and state regulatory commissions.

She is a longtime member of the Federal Communications Bar
Association and served as its President from 1999 to 2000.
(FCC)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  KELLY KLAAS, K7SU, TO RETIRE FROM
TOWNSQUARE MEDIA

Longtime Twin Falls, Idaho, broadcaster Kelly Klaas, K7SU,
will retire at the end of the year from Townsquare Media.
This, after more than 45 years on the air.

Klaas began his radio career as a Top 40 Disk Jockey in 1969
at station KEEP which is today known as KEZJ.   He ascended
through various positions, including News Director and
Program Director, but most enjoyed hosting and delivering
the news.

Klaas is the recipient of numerous awards from the Idaho
State Broadcasters Association including Newscaster of the
Year, Best Farm Broadcast of the Year and several Best
Commercial Production of the Year.  He also served as a
station Chief Engineer and was essential in integrating new
stations into the existing operations.

On retiring, K7SU plans to spend more time with his
grandchildren, operating his amateur radio station and
woodworking shop.  He also expects to pursue his interest in
photography.  More about his career and interest in ham
radio is at www.K7SU.com  (All Access Media,
magicvalley.com)

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BREAK 2

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:  OFCOM EXPERIMENTS WITH NEW BROADBAND
SYSTEM IN UK

United Kingdom telecommunications regulator Ofcom is in the
middle of trials of what it calls an innovative new wireless
technology as we hear from WIA reporter VK2LAW:

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Ofcom is progressing plans for the introduction of new
wireless technology in the UK - the first country in Europe
likely to do so.

Both public and private organizations are taking part in
trials, testing a  variety of innovative applications, using
spectrum temporarily licensed by Ofcom.

With trials already taking place across the country, Ofcom
is working with Google and ZSL London Zoo.  These are the
latest organizations to launch a TV `white space' trial,
using the technology to stream live footage of animals to
YouTube.

There are seven trials currently running across the UK,
testing a variety of applications, including: live wireless
video streaming, next generation Wi-Fi, sensor networks for
flood defense, and broadband in remote locations.

I'm VK2LAW.

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How long this trial period will last and when the results
will be made available to the public is unknown at this
time.  (WIA News)

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY:  COLLECTING COSMIC RAYS ON A SMARTPHONE

Scientists at two campuses of University of California are
looking to get voluntary public support in their efforts to
measure and track what they term as the unimaginable number
of cosmic ray particles that bombard the Earth every second
of the day.  And all anyone needs to participate in this
research is a smart-phone with a camera and the researchers'
new Cosmic Rays Found in Smartphones or CRAYFIS app.

According to a news release, the app works by recording and
tracking every time one of these particles hits a smart-
phone camera's sensor.  This effectively turns the device
into a pocket based detector, computer and data recorder.
By creating the app and making it available to the general
public, the scientists believe that they can remotely gather
data and build a larger database than they could ever
possibly compile on their own.

Right now what's being called the CRAYFIS group is letting
people sign up for beta versions of the app that's available
for both Android and iOS platforms in an attempt to gather a
sufficient number of volunteers.  They say that the
challenge is to create a willing user base within a dense
enough area to gather all the required data.

The complete proposal which includes graphical
representations of the research is available at the Cornell
University Library in several formats at
www.arxiv.org/abs/1410.2895  (petapixel.com)

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WORLDBEAT: NEW SCHEDULE FOR SARL AMATEUR RADIO TODAY
BROADCAST

The South African Radio league has announced a new broadcast
schedule for its program Amateur Radio Today.  As of October
26th the Sunday morning transmission will take place at
10:00 central African time will be transmitted on 7 dot  205
and 17 dot 760 MHz. The Monday transmission will be at 18:30
Central African Time on 4 dot 895 MHz.

As many broadcasters around the world make their frequency
change on October 26th, reception reports on the various
frequencies from around the world will be appreciated.
Please send reports to artoday (at) sarl (dot) org (dot) za.
(SARL)

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WORLDBEAT:  HAM RADIO FOR YOUNGSTERS URGED IN WEST BENGAL

India's ZeeNews reports that members of the West Bengal
Amateur Radio Club recently met with the governor of West
Bengal.  This, in the hope of making headway to popularize
the hobby among the youth in that area.

In the interview with the newspaper, VU2MQT who took part in
the meeting noted that basic equipment to get started in
amateur radio is very simple, inexpensive and user-friendly.
He also noted that the process is easy enough for children
to understand.  Because of this the best way to begin is to
introduce ham radio into West Bengal school curriculum.

The article is titled Ham Radio Can Counter Dark Side of
Social Networking.  It  can be found in the English language
at tinyurl.com/west-Bengal-ham-radio  (ZeeNews.com)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  2ND ANNUAL AFRICA CUBESAT WORKSHOP

Radio amateurs from around the world are invited to attend
the second annual International Africa CubeSat workshop to
be held in the city of Cape Town on November 3rd and 4th.
The venue is the Bellville Campus of the Cape Peninsula
University of Technology.  Registration is free.  More
information is at www.sarl.org.za  (SARL)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  CALL FOR PROPOSED ARISS EDUCATIONAL
CONTACTS COSES DECEMBER 15, 2014

The Amateur Radio on the International Space Station or
ARISS program is seeking formal and informal education
institutions and organizations.  These to host an amateur
radio contact with a crew member on board the International
Space Station next year.

ARISS anticipates that the contact would be held between May
1st and December 31st, 2015.  To maximize these radio
contact opportunities, planners would like organizations
that will draw large numbers of participants and that can
integrate the contact into a well developed education plan.
Crew scheduling and International Space Station orbit
parameters will determine the exact contact dates.

The deadline to submit a proposal is this December 15th.
Interested parties can find more information about the
program at www.ariss.org.  A contact proposal form is at
tinyurl.com/ariss-contact-2015.  (ARISS)

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DX

In DX, DG1BH is reported to be operating stroke 5B from
Cyprus and will be there through November 9th.  Activity
will be QRP holiday style using a FT-817 on 20 meters on PSK
and some SSB. QSL via his home callsign, direct or by the
Bureau.

DL1WH will be operating stroke P from Pellworm Island until
October 28th. Activity is holiday style and mainly CW.  QSL
via his home callsign, either direct or by the bureau.

KL7SB will be active from Raratonga as E51RAT between late
November and early December.  He will operate only as time
permits but is definite for November 29th and 30th. QSL via
NI5DX.

KK6BT will be operational as TX5W from Raivavae Island in
the Austral Islands group
between January 5th and the 11th of 2015.  His operation
will be on 40 through 10 meters  including 17 and 12 meter
bands, operating exclusively SSB.  His primary objective is
to work as many amateurs in Central and Northern Europe as
possible.  QSL information will follow shortly.

Lastly, a multi-national team of operators from Belgium, The
Netherlands and Greece will be active likely using the call
EP6T from Kish Island in January 2015. Reportedly, it took
nearly 3 years of negotiations and a reconnaissance trip by
ON4HIL, to Tehran which finally resulted in obtaining a
legal license to operate with a team of ten people for
fourteens days.  The group plans to have at least four
stations on the air around the clock for at least 10 days.
Activity will be on 160 through 10 meters using CW, SSB and
RTTY.  More information will as well as a Web page for this
DXpedition will be available in the near future.

(This weeks DX news brought to you courtesy of the Ohio-Penn
DX Newsletter)

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RADIO IN SPACE:  RUSSIAN SMART MINI-SATELLITES TO GO INTO
ORBIT IN 2016

And finally this week, the first group of Russian smart mini-
satellites should be launched into orbit in 2016.  Amateur
Radio Newsline's Heather Embee, KB3TZD tells us about these
new and very intelligent mini birds:

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A number of Russian universities and space industry
companies are expected to create a specialized aerospace
association.  One which will work on creating software to
control groups of mini-satellites and improve their ability
to interact with one another.

Mikhail Sonkin is the Deputy Governor of Russia's Tomsk
Region.  He announced that association members will include
the Tomsk Polytechnic University and the Tomsk State
University.  Also, that in addition to the smart mini-
satellites both will also be working on developing new
materials for the space industry as well as on establishing
communication networks in remote areas.

Last month, Sergey Psakhie who is the Chairman of the
Presidium of the Tomsk Scientific Center announced that
Russian scientists were planning to create unique mini-
satellites capable of group interaction.  The satellites
will be similar to the CubeSats that were developed in the
United States, but would be able to self-educate and repair
each other without leaving the Earth's orbit.  This is quite
a step forward in miniature satellite design.

For the Amateur Radio  Newsline, I'm Heather Embee, KB3TZD,
reporting.

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Sonkin is made the announcement at the recent Open
Innovations Forum in Moscow.  (ANS via RIA Novosti and Space
Daily)

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