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COCKENZIE & PORT SETON AMATEUR RADIO CLUB

VOLUME 11, ISSUE 6

CL U B

N E WSL ET T E R

JUNE 2003

EDITORIAL INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

FOUNDATION LICENCE EXPERIENCE

2

EVENTS COLUMN

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WEATHER SATELLITE RECEPTION

4

CPSARC 20M CONTEST

5

CONTEST CALENDAR

6

50MHZ REPORT

7

SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:  20M Contest Rules  GM4UYZ and his WX satellite receiver

Once again this month I am writing the editorial and my newsletter input very early this is due to going off for a two week holiday to sunny Benidorm and by the time I get home it will be past John‟s MM0JXI‟s deadline for input. It is hard to believe that soon we will be moving into the major holiday period, isn‟t time flying by. Moving on to what has happened over the past month, the first DF night of the year has come and gone and I am sure it will have given us some more stories to tell. As always they are a good fun night. Unfortunately due to the date of writing it is far too early to add comment. To the future; this month, there are various contests HF Field Day (CW), 6M Trophy, PW QRP of which I am sure some of the club members will be taking part in. Not sure which ones though. Next we will be setting up a demonstration station as part of the Port Seton Gala fortnight on Monday Evening 9th June which is being held in Resources Room 2 in the Community Centre. Why not come along and take part and help spread the good word about amateur radio. This month we also have on the weekend of the 14th & 15th we have the “Museums on the Air”

weekend again from the Museum of Flight, East Fortune. Unfortunately the 15th clashes with the PW QRP contest so it looks like that we will not be taking part in that this year unless other members who are not interested in HF fancy having a go on behalf of the club. It is a shame but we really can‟t be in two places at the same time but plus the fact that East Fortune is not an ideal site for VHF contacts to the south. Last but not least is our own 20M contest on the 18th June. I have changed it from the normal 10M to 20M due to the past few years “flat band conditions” on 10M. Hopefully more contacts will be made by all. For all you non-contesters this is not a serious event but just an excuse to go our for a few hours on a Wednesday evening taking along either a Foundation / Intermediate / Novice or B licensee to allow them the opportunity to “play at HF Radio”. If you can‟t get out then why not go on the air from home as a single operator and see what you can work. So please do not dismiss the idea about not doing it, go on and try and participate. For all that do go out and no matter how many contacts you make can I please have a copy of your log by club night in July at the latest. PLEASE SEE THIS YEARS RULES as there

have been some significant changes, John has included a copy in the newsletter and there will be a copy on the web site for downloading. A busy month then all round so I hope you can take part in all the events. This month certainly has a lot of operating activities so there is something there for everyone. Some of the events will certainly give you an opportunity to practice some of skills required to go contesting so why not take time out and give it a try. Events like Gala Day, Museums on the Air although are demonstration set-ups can at the same time be extremely hectic. What they offer is the ability to use some of logging programs and learn all about them, and also how to handle a pile up like we experienced at the last event we run at the Museum of Flight. It is better to play at these events rather than try and learn when you are involved in a major contest. The opportunity is there so why not use it. My hobbyhorse for this month and that is the great lack of articles from you all for publishing. I have just looked over the last a few months‟ newsletter and if it hadn‟t been for Colin GM0CLN and myself there would have been no Newsletter at all. I know a few (Continued on page 2)


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people do submit articles on a occasional basis but the question I ask is where are all the promised articles? I keep getting told, yes I‟ll write something and put it in, but I am sorry it never arrives. On this basis it really makes it very hard for those of us who are very conscious that articles need to written otherwise we would never have a newslet-

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ter. If one didn‟t arrive then all we would hear on club night is “where is the newsletter?” Believe me it is hard going to be continually trying to think of subject matter each month so come on try and give us regular contributors a break and get those promised articles submitted. No one is asking for pages and pages of material but just something. It really is down to you all to try and keep the standard

of what I think is a superb newsletter, so articles please. That‟s it then for me this month, I hope you will take part in all of the events, it would be tremendous to see. Enjoy the newsletter. Bob GM4UYZ

PASSING THE FOUNDATION LICENCE Your first wedding anniversary is symbolised by 'Paper' and with our first anniversary approaching I could never have guessed what my husband had planned…my foundation amateur licence!!!! Bizarre but true it had all been arranged. Of course the mere detail of learning this new world of Electromagnetic Compatibility, Propagation, Ohm's Law and the list goes on was a mere detail to the end product, so I was told!!

day 1 was making our first radio contact. My comrades will not mind me saying we were all nervous, however, those nerves soon turned into quite a buzz and for me it was then I knew I really wanted to pass. The bug had bitten me.

Of course that was just day 1 and off I trotted home with course book in hand. Day 2 was to be quite different… TEST DAY. We all wanted to pass, we had all worked hard and we all wanted to pass Jesting aside I could not have together. Nervous tension contemplated how much I was filled the room. I'd like to say going to enjoy learning some- the test was an enjoyable exthing new. So there I was perience but that would be sitting in front of Bob (GM4 untrue. On reflection of UYZ) and Cambell (MMO DXC) course it was actually okay. along with my classmates Enough said, our hard work Jullia and Paul now better paid off and we all passed first known as MM3 TQK and MM3 time. Thanks go to Bob and DHN respectively. My initial co. for whose time, patience feeling was panic. I was surand effort over 2 long days rounded by equipment and was much appreciated. terminology I knew nothing So here I am a radio amateur about. As day 1 progressed and proud to be so. I have bits and pieces started making learned a lot and with time, a little sense. Our highlight of

practice and experience will become a true amateur. More than just learning something new I now have much respect and appreciation of all those involved in amateur radio. I have sadly read unfavourable comments about us new breed of M3s, however, without the introduction of the foundation licence I would not be writing this article today. I must finish my thanking my husband (GM7 DRY) for his imaginative anniversary present and introducing me into the world of amateur radio. Not to mention of course the use of all his radio equipment! Oh and the hassle I gave you over drilling a hole in our ceiling to fit your antenna, you know I didn't mean it!!!

73's de MM3ZDG, Zoë.

Fun events with family friendly times.


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EVENTS COLUMN Well I hope those of you who took part enjoyed the DF Hunt at the end of last month. This month things get started almost straight away with the Port Seton Gala event on Monday night in the Community Centre. Many demonstrations are

planned and, as usual, helpers will be most welcome.

Weekend. Other events taking place on 15th June include the Mid Lanark ARS Mini Convention and the 144MHz Practical Wireless QRP Contest (see Contest Calendar for details). All in all it's a very busy month and I hope you enjoy it.

The same applies for helpers on the weekend of 14th/15th June when the club will once more activate GB2MOF, from the Museum of Flight at East Fortune, for the Museums on the Air

Date

Time

06-June-03

7pm 'til late

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

09-June-03

CPSARC Port Seton Gala Event in Resources Room 2 at Port Bob GM4UYZ Seton Community Centre. It is hoped that the following will be available as a public demonstration/display – an IRLP station, an HF station, the Tiree IOTA trip video, reception of weather satellite pictures, a morse code table, display of homebrew receivers and general display boards explaining amateur radio to the general public. 9am to 5pm Museums on the Air Weekend, Special Event Station GB2MOF Bob GM4UYZ Both Days from the Museum of Flight, East Fortune.

01875 811723

10.00am to MLARS Scottish Mini Convention at Summerlee Heritage Park, John GM0XFK Heritage Way, Coatbridge. Lectures, Traders, Bring & Buy, 4.00pm Junk Sale, RSGB Book Stall, Morse Exams ( On-demand ), Talkin ( S22 ) and Much, Much More ! TRADER TABLES FREE!! ENTRANCE FREE!! Check MLARS website www.qsl.net/gm3pxk or www.westscotrsgb.org.uk for info.

01698 822860

04-July-03

7pm 'til late

CPSARC Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

01-Aug-03

7pm 'til late

CPSARC Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

08-Aug-03

6.30pm to

Cockenzie & Port Seton ARC 10th Annual Radio Junk Night

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

9.30pm All Day Both International Lighthouse & Lightship Activity Weekend Days GB2LBN Special Event from Barns Ness Lighthouse.

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

7pm 'til late

CPSARC Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

Leicester Amateur Radio Rally

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

6.30pm for a CPSARC Second 144Mhz DF Hunt, meet in “The Old Ship Inn” 7pm start Car Park (East)

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

14-June-03 and 15-June-03 15-June-03

16-Aug-03 and 17-Aug-03 05-Sep-03 19-Sep-03 and 20-Sep-03 26-Sep-03

Event CPSARC Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton

Contact

7pm - 9pm

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(club trip being planned for Friday

Tel./E-Mail

01875 811723

john@gm0xfk.fre eserve.co.uk

19th)

»

03-Oct-03

7pm 'til late

CPSARC Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

»

17-Oct-03

7.30pm to 9.30pm

CPSARC Video Night, Port Seton Community Centre Resources Room 2.

Bob GM4UYZ

01875 811723

»

18-Oct-03

?

Jaycee Open Day, 20 Woodside Way. Glenrothes, Fife.

Bill at Jaycee

01592 756962

»

26-Oct-03

11:00am

Galashiels & DARS Annual Rally, The Volunteer Hall, St John's Street, Galashiels. Traders. B&B. Refreshments

Jim GM7LUN

01896 850245


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WEATHER SATELLITE RECEPTION As most of you know over the winter, as a project (if I didn‟t have enough to do), I built a WX Receiver, the RX2 kit from RIG, for to receive APT pictures on the 137MHz band. Along with this a QFH (Quadrifilier Helix) antenna for reception with the Software Demo Version of JVCOMM32 to decode the signals on the computer. I must admit that the thrill of receiving the APT pictures is terrific and from these watching the cloud movements over Europe over subsequent passes of the satellites. Since I started the majority of the pictures received have come from the NOAA-15 and NOAA17 satellites. The NOAA-12 satellite was on initially but it was switched off as it and NOAA-15 were going over at the same time and their signals were interfering with each other. The problem was that they both transmit on 137.5 MHZ. Within the last few days, as I write this at the end of April, NOAA-12 has once again been switched on and fully operational once again. On the picture side what I always wanted to see were actual coloured pictures but by using JVCOMM32 this was not possible as it just displayed the Black and White pictures. This problem was actually resolved for me as I came across an article called “Producing Multispectral Colour Images from Wxtoimg” in the Remote Imaging Group Journal (Journal 72 March 2003 page 76) which I receive. The program that article talks about is called WXTOIMG which is a comprehensive APT capture and imaging package from Craig Anderson of Abstract Technologies of Auckland, New Zealand. A copy can be downloaded from the WEB site http://www.weather.net.nz/w xtoimg/ and it is 6MB in size.

The copy in this form is highly DEMO all over it or the colour useable but if you register Wxtoimg. No contest for me then you can obtain the fullWxtoimg wins every time. blown version. I am just using the downloaded version and Bob GM4UYZ it is more than adequate for general use. There are many options and bits and pieces which I have never even tried to use, maybe one day, but by using more or less the defaults I have received some terrific pictures. When a satellite is being received nothing is displayed on the screen as it stores all the received information away. Once the pass has finished it then decodes the file and generates the various pictures, 7 in total (Satellite name, date and time of pass then the type of picture it is i.e. norm, no, msa, mcir, hvc, contrasta and contrastb (example noaa-1504100809-mcif.jpg). Below are from the same pass, one is the NORM and the other is the MCIR. Note: the NORM is all you would get from JVCOMM32.

Noaa-15-04100809-norm.jpg

Would you agree an absolutely huge difference? I know what one I prefer to look at. Another nicety about this program is that “country outlines”, rivers and even lakes can be superimposed on the picture, this to me is a huge bonus as it allows you to relate to where the countries lie especially under full cloud cover. One thing that must be done if you are using this option is “keep the satellite Kepler right up to date” otherwise the country outlines and the actual images do not match. Having said that there is a facility to sort this out within the program. There you go then so what do you think is the best, JVCOMM32 image with

Noaa-15-04100809-


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CPSARC 20M CONTEST

Date 18 June 2003 Time 19:00 to 22:00 Local Time Modes SSB Power Maximum Transmit Output 100 Watts (SF Operators 10 Watts) Sections Single Operator (S), Single Operator (SF), Multi-operator „A‟ (MA), Multi-operator „B‟ (MB)

Single Operator (S) = Class A Licensee Single Operator (SF) = Foundation Licensee

Seton Amateur Radio Club Members. (b) All operators must be club members.

(A Club Member is anyone who has attended a Friday Night Club Night in the Thorntree Inn since November 1992 as shown in the C&PSARC Statistics held by Bob Glasgow GM4UYZ (see below for the list). All Foundation / Intermediate / Novice Licensees are deemed Club Members as some are unable to attend Club Nights due to the Public House‟s Licensing Laws relating to age.

5 Points for each C&PS ARC Single Operator (SF) Station Contacted 3 Points for each C&PS ARC Multi-operator „B‟ (MB) Station Contacted 2 Points for each C&PS ARC Single-operator (S) Station Contacted 1 Point for each C&PS ARC Multi-operator „A‟ (MA) Station Contacted

Entries Each entry must contain : Contest Summary Sheet Log

Multi-operator „A‟ = All Operators must hold a Class A Licence

Exchange

Multi-operator „B‟ = There must be at least 1 x Class A Licensee + at least 1 x either a Class B, Intermediate or Foundation Licensee.

Report (RST) All Other Contacts I.e. All S Stations + Contact Serial Number.

Each operator of a Multioperator Station must make at least 1 contact. NOTE: All operations associated with the contest must be within the terms and conditions of the individual entrant‟s license. Any offences committed by a station will be the sole responsibility of the relevant station licensee.

Report (RST) + MB or MA or S or Summary sheet showing all C&PSARC Stations Contacted. SF Club Member Contacts

Scoring Basic QSO Points 5 Points for each contact made by a Single Operator (SF) Station 3 Points for each contact made by a Multi-operator „B‟ (MB) Station

All SF Stations + Contact Serial Number. All MA Stations + Contact Serial Number. All MB Stations + Contact Serial Number.

Closing Date

2 Points for each contact made Closing Date for the Logs is th by a Single Operator (S) Station. Friday, 11 July 2003.

1 Points for each contact made by a Multi-operator „A‟ (MA) Cockenzie & Port Seton ARC will Station not be held responsible for such Bonuses (In addition to individoffences. ual QSO points) Eligible Entrants 10 Points for Each New DXCC (a) Open to All Cockenzie & Port Country Contacted

Return Logs to Bob Glasgow GM4UYZ, 7 Castle Terrace, Port Seton, Prestonpans, East Lothian, EH32 0EE bob.gm4uyz@btinternet.com (Continued on page 8)

Our very own contest


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CONTEST CALENDAR

Date 07-Jun-03

Start (UTC) 15:00

Duration Contest (hrs) 24 RSGB HF CW Field Day 2nd

Notes & Info 160m-10m

15-Jun-03

09:00

4

RSGB

144MHz Backpackers Contest

15-Jun-03

09:00

7

Practical Wireless 144MHz QRP Contest

18-Jun-03

18:00

3

CPSARC 20M CONTEST

21-Jun-03

14:00

24

IARU Region 1 50MHz Trophy Contest

22-Jun-03

11:00

4

RSGB 1st 50MHz Backpackers Contest

05-Jul-03

14:00

24

RSGB VHF National Field Day

06-Jul-03

11:00

4

RSGB 3rd 144MHz Backpackers Contest

12-Jul-03

12:00

24

IARU HF World Championships

13-Jul-03

11:00

4

RSGB 2nd 50MHz Backpackers Contest

19-Jul-03

14:00

8

RSGB 144MHz Low Power Contest

20-Jul-03

08:00

6

RSGB 432MHz Low Power Contest

20-Jul-03

09:00

3

RSGB Low Power Contest : Part 1 (CW)

3510-3580kHz

20-Jul-03

13:00

3

RSGB Low Power Contest : Part 2 (CW)

7000-7040kHz

26-Jul-03

12:00

24

RSGB IOTA Contest (CW/SSB)

80m-10m

27-Jul-03

11:00

4

RSGB 4th 144MHz Backpackers Contest

03-Aug-03

07:00

2

RSGB RoPoCo 2 Contest (80m CW)

10-Aug-03

09:00

6

RSGB 70MHz Trophy Contest

06-Sep-03

13:00

24

IARU Region 1 HF SSB Field Day

06-Sep-03

14:00

24

RSGB 144MHz Trophy Contest

07-Sep-03

11:00

4

RSGB 5th 144MHz Backpackers Contest

01-Sep-03

19:00

1.5

RSGB Slow Speed Cumulative Contest (CW)

3540-3580kHz

09-Sep-03

19:00

1.5

RSGB Slow Speed Cumulative Contest (CW)

3540-3580kHz

17-Sep-03

19:00

1.5

RSGB Slow Speed Cumulative Contest (CW)

3540-3580kHz

21-Sep-03

09:00

4

25-Sep-03

19:00

1.5

3520-3570kHz

80m-10m

RSGB 2nd 70MHz Contest RSGB Slow Speed Cumulative Contest (CW)

3540-3580kHz

General Notes : The club or its members plan/hope to be active in those events shown as bold above. Full Event Rules Are Available On The Internet As Follows : RSGB HF RSGB VHF ARRL CQ WPX CQWW

: http://www.blacksheep.org/hfcc/Rules-2003/index.html : http://www.blacksheep.org/vhfcc/rules/03rules/frameindex.html : http://www.arrl.org/contests/ : http://home.woh.rr.com/wpx/ : http://www.cqww.com/

Links to most of the other events, or their rules, can be found on the SM3CER Contest Web Page under Calendar 2003. Start at http://www.sk3bg.se/contest/ and use the appropriate links to find the info you require.


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50MHZ CONTEST REPORT GM4WLL/P Well, that was a bit of fun. I thought I'd try my new FT847 on 6m, having aired it on the gentleman's band (4m) a couple of weeks ago. I've been pretty disparaging about 6m in the past but did everyone I worked have to remind me of this fact? Coming on the back of being pictured in Rad Com operating an HF station (luckily mislabelled as some-one else) I thought that was most unsporting!

seemed a bit weak to first couple of stations I worked that was due to being late on site, rushing to get set up and mounting the yagi backwards (well, it's a 3 ele, so it's an easy mistake...for me). I reckon 52 off the back of the beam is a fair report for 350kms!!

NE, NG, OL, OX, PE, SD, SN, SS, TP, WN, YO)

Station FT847, 100W to a 3 ele yagi @ 25' a.g.l.

SP3NQ in JO82KG @ 1342kms

Location Lauder Common IO85NR

G0VHF/P in JO01GN @ 515kms

The contest itself was a little slow, about the pace of a 4m contest, but with a few short bursts of Sporadic E to liven it up. This brought a couple of SPs and an F, with incomplete QSOs with an IK, and EW and another SP. The FT847 performed nicely (note to self - remember to switch the processor on at the start of the contest in future, not half way through!). If I

QSOs: Points:

30 11,878

Country Mults: 7 (G, GM, GD, GW, EI, SP, F)

Total Score:

534,510

Top Ten QSOs =========== SP6HED JO80IK @ 1428kms

F5TGC in JN37SO @ 1152kms

G1YLE in JO02OB @ 487kms M1PIA in IO91IN @ 475kms G4HLX/P in IO91FN @ 472kms G0ODQ in IO91NQ @ 468kms G3MEH in IO91QS @ 464kms

WWL Mults: 19 (IO63, IO73, IO74, IO82, IO83, IO84, G3YBY in IO91BO @ 463kms IO85, IO86, IO91, IO92, IO93, IO94, IO95, JO01, JO02, 73 de David GM4WLL JO03, JN37, JO80, JO82) District Mults: 19 (BM, CA, CW, EH, HP, IM, IP, LL,

Fancy doing some

CONTEST COMMENTARY The first event this month is RSGB CW Field Day which will no doubt see a local entry from the Forth Valley Contest Group guys as MM0FVC/P. CW Field Day is very much a club event and is widely supported up and down the country so activity levels should be high. Why not blow away the cobwebs and give your CW skills an airing? I'm sure the contest points will be appreciated by those concerned. The only other HF event of note is our own CPSARC 20m Contest from 7pm until 10pm on the evening of 18th June. This should be an interesting one as it is the first year the contest has ventured onto 20m. Our past events on 10m have suffered from decreasing QSO numbers as the sunspot cycle progressed so the decision to move to 20m

was taken in an attempt to reverse this trend. Will the move be successful? Only you can tell so get on the band and make some QSOs. Moving to VHF we have a busy month with several high profile contests taking place. First is an old club favourite, the Practical Wireless 144MHz QRP Contest. Unfortunately, due to other commitments at the Museum of Flight, it looks like there will be no club entry this year. However, the Forth Valley Contest Group, MM0FVC/P, and David GM4WLL/P will both be QRV from separate high spots in the Scottish Borders so why not give them some points and help keep Scottish stations visible in the results table. The following weekend everyone's focus moves to

50MHz with the IARU Region 1 50MHz Trophy Contest. This is another event the club has a history of entering but this year it has been moved forward a few weeks to this new slot in the calendar. So far I have not heard of any planned activity for this one but if you know different please let me know! Finally, immediately after next months club night it is VHF National Field Day again. At the time of writing this (in mid May) any plans I know of are still a bit uncertain but I'm sure that there will be an entry of some kind from this area. Hopefully I will have detailed info in next months newsletter. 73 and good luck in the contest!

contesting? - all the info you need is here!


The Cockenzie & Port Seton Amateur Radio Club was formed in 1984 by Bob Glasgow GM4UYZ, to help the local amateurs get to know each other.

We are on the web at www.cpsarc.com

Numbers have increased steadily over the years and now average about 33. COCKENZIE & PORT SETON AMATEUR RADIO CLUB

7 Castle Terrace Port Seton

Far from being just a local club we have members coming from the Borders, Dumfries, Strathclyde and Fife. The Club meets on the first Friday of every month (Second Friday of January) in the lounge of the Thorntree Inn on the old Cockenzie High Street from 7pm till late. The Club is run in a very informal way, there are no fees, no real committee structure, just a group of like minded people doing something they enjoy!

East Lothian EH32 0EE Phone: 01875 811723

This does not mean that we don‟t do anything, we enter (and win!) contests, train newcomers, run talks and video nights and hold an annual Junk Sale.

Email: gm4uyz@cpsarc.com Newsletter: mm0jxi@cpsarc.com

The Club supports the British Heart Foundation in memory of a member who died from heart disease by donating the profits from many of the events we hold, we have raised over £8,271 since 1994. The Club is affiliated to the Radio Society of Great Britain and holds the callsigns MM0CPS and GM2T which are used for our contest entries. We also have our own internet domain name www.cpsarc.com and club members can get their own callsign@cpsarc.com email addresses.

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Club Members since Nov 1992 (last update 29/4/03) „A‟ License Holders. Highlighted Callsigns = Silent Key EI9CK, G0JCN, G4ILG, M0RNR, GM0ALS, GM0ALW, GM0ALX, GM0BWU, GM0CBX, GM0CFW, GM0CII, GM0CLN, GM0EHL, GM0ERM, GM0FAL, GM0FCP, GM0FZM, GM0GNT, GM0HLK, GM0ICF, GM0KDC, GM0LPK, GM0LUF, GM0NAI, GM0NTL, GM0OTU, GM0PGG, GM0PKP, GM0PPE, GM0PQV, GM0SNT, GM0SRD, GM0SUY, GM0TLD, GM0TQK, GM0USI, GM0VEQ, GM0WDD, GM0WDF, GM0WHM, GM0WJY, GM0WPW, GM0WRY, GM0WSN, GM0WZO, GM3PQU,

GM3VEI, GM3WKB, GM4DIZ, GM4DKO, GM4FIB, GM4GGF, GM4GVJ, GM4GZW, GM4IKU, GM4IPK, GM4LRU, GM4TAL, GM4UYZ, GM4VAW, GM4VEJ, GM4VJV, GM4WJL, GM4WLL, GM4WYR, GM4XBR, GM4XZZ, GM4ZRR, MM0AMV, MM0ANT, MM0BPV, MM0BQI, MM0BXK, MM0BYE, MM0CBE, MM0CCC, MM0DXC, MM0GEQ, MM0JXI, ON1KSZ, SM0ELV „B‟ License Holders.

MM1APS, MM1ATY, MM1BEM, MM1BKT, MM1BRT, MM1BVW, MM1CPP „NOVICE‟ License Holders. 2M1BKL, 2M1BYW, 2M1DZS, 2M1DZW, 2M1EPK, 2M1ETM, 2M1EUV, 2M1FMX, 2M1FOY, 2M1GJP, 2M1GLD, 2M1GWV, 2M1HCI, 2M1HCJ, 2M1HTT, 2M1HSV, 2M1HVR, 2M1IBE, 2M1IBF, 2M1IBG, 2M1IBH, 2M1IG0, 2M1IGQ, 2M1IGS, 2M1IQT

„FOUNDATION‟ License Holders. DC0FO, GM1FAF, GM1PDL, GM1PLY, MM3AIB, MM3IDM, MM3RCP, GM1RCP, GM1SYC, GM1YXM, MM3RIK, MM3BJO, MM3ISA, GM6AOF, GM6JAG, GM6NEI, MM3ITA, MM3POL, MM3SRU GM7DRY, GM7FKH, GM7GRH, GM7LTX, GM7LUN, GM7NLT, GM7NLU, GM7OBI, GM7OUV, GM7PPN, GM7PSH, GM7RYR, GM7VLC, GM7VPP, GM8WNY,

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