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<!-- business info --> SARL TODAY! NO ART TRANSMISSION ON 80 METRES TONIGHT - Due to unforseen circumstances there will be no transmission on 80 m tonight. If you have been listening to the 80 m Monday evening Amateur Radio Today transmission over the past few weeks, please send a report to email@example.com. It would be great for Andy ZS6ADY to know how the trannsmission is received.The June 2019 Radio ZS is available for download - go to Publications on the menu on the left hand side and click on Radio ZS download.Only 455 copies of the May 2019 Radio ZS have been downloaded.SARL ON-THE-AIR BULLETINS AND AMATEUR RADIO TODAY PROGRAMMESunday 2 JUne 2019SARLNUUS met Irene Myburgh ZS6IEA Luister of laai hier afSARLNEWS with Dave Reece ZS1DFR listen/download hereAMATEUR RADIO TODAY, a weekly actuality programme about Amateur Radio and technology hosted by Hans van de Groenendaal ZS6AKV Download/Listen .More details about Today's programme here. Transmission times and frequency details click here. Amateur Radio Today on 80 metres on Mondays - On Mondays Amateur Radio Today is transmitted at 19:30 local time on 3620 kHz by Andy Cairns ZS6ADY. Reception reports are invited. Please send your report to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please give details of the signal strength antenna and location. The SARL thanks Andy for coming forward to do the weekly relay. The SARL is inviting more amateurs to come forward to become relay stations. Send your details to email@example.comHorizontal vs Vertical antenna polarisation – the debate - Check new date 20 July 2019. The orginal date clashed with the Johannesburg Club event. On several requests the VHF workshop date has been changed .Attend the next joint SARL and AMSAT SA VHF workshop on 20 July 2019 and join the debate about Horizontal versus Vertical antenna polarisation for long distance VHF communication. The subject has for several years been surrounded by arguments that Vertical polarisation surpasses Horizontal Polarisation in achieving long distance communication on VHF with equal opposite arguments.Dick Coates ZS6BUN has carried out extensive technical paper research and reviewed experiential data from world-wide resources and will present his findings and share his own experiences at the workshop.Other discussions at the workshop include: Update on the Bethlehem and Karoo two metre beacon projects, the West Coast propagation phenomena, and three quick fire 10-minute sessions covering the Reverse beacon project, increasing levels of the HF noise floor a growing concern and why VHF and UHF have an important future in Amateur Radio. The workshop will be held at the SARL National Amateur Radio Centre from 08:30 and ends at 13:00. Midmorning light refreshments will be served. The registration fee is R50 for SARL and AMSAT SA Members and R100 for non-members. To register get and download the programme click hereSARL on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/officialsarl/Worldwide list of HF Beacons - Click hereWorldwide list of 6 Metre Beacons - Click here Unlocking Amateur Radio Technology - The SARL hosted a very sucessful synposium on 12 April 2019 in Stellenbosch. It was attended by over 60 delegates. The symposium was supported by contributions from RF Design, Comtest, F'Sati, Giga Technology and AMSAT SA. The powerpoint presentations are available for download here.2019 RSGB Cricket World Cup Amateur Radio Marathon -The RSGB is pleased to invite all radio amateurs across the world to join us in celebrating the Cricket World Cup which is being held in England and Wales in 2019. We are organising an International Amateur Radio Marathon for the duration of the competition.2019/2020 Amateur Radio License fee increaseICASA has informed the SARL that the licence fee will be increased by 4,7% on 1 April 2019. The new fees will be 1 Year - R 148.002 Year - R 283.003 Year - R 406.004 Year - R 517.005 Year - R 617.00 ICASA will start the invoicing process for the 2019/2020 period from 4 February 2019. Radio Amateurs are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure their license is up to date. If for some reason no invoice is received, check that ICASA has been informed of any address changes. Avoid the hassles of having to renew each year, opt for a multi-year licence. Simply, when renewing pay the appropriate amount. On the EFT state 5 Year licence and your callsign. Also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of the EFT payment.The correct account for your ICASA Licence Fee is NEDBANK Account number: 14 62 00 29 27, Branch Code: 146245 - Corporate Client Services – Pretoria and in the reference field type in your licence number and call sign. ICASA Licence Fees - DO NOT pay the ICASA licence fee into the SARL bank account, all moneys wrongfully paid into the SARL account will be refunded less the bank charges associated with these transactions. LOW SUNSPOTS TRY 16O M, you cannot be without this book - ON4UN's Low Band DXing - Dozens of new propagation maps based on DX Atlas, as well as an in-depth analysis of the influence of sunspot cycles on 160-metre ducting. A new discussion of cutting edge technology including Software Defined Radio and the revolutionary LP-500 Digital Station Monitor. Chapters include PropagationDXing on the Low BandsReceiving and Transmitting EquipmentAntenna Design SoftwareAntennas: General, Terms, DefinitionsThe Feed Line and the AntennaReceiving AntennasThe Dipole AntennaVertical AntennasLarge Loop AntennasPhased ArraysOther ArraysYagis and QuadsLow Band DXing from a Small GardenFrom Low Band DXing to ContestingCD-ROM included! The CD-ROM includes the entire book in a fully searchable PDF format as well as ON4UN’s software (Windows XP only), antenna modeling files, photographs and more. Now R950. Delivery via Postnet R120. Special offer for September and October 2019 free postnet delivery2019 Advertising in Radio ZS and the SARL Web siteRadio ZS and the SARL web welcomes advertising. It is a source of information for readers. Send your advertisement for the League website to Hans, ZS6AKV at email@example.com and for Radio ZS to Dennis, ZS4BS at firstname.lastname@example.org. Advertising Rates (effective 1 February 2019)Display (cameo) on home page and Radio ZS Strip advertisement (10 cm by 2 columns) - R550 pm - R2 750 for 6 months - R4 750 per annum Commercial Hamad on home page - R70 pm - R350 for 6 months - R550 per annum Terms and conditionsAll contract advertisements content may be changed monthly on 5 working day noticeThe rates are based on the complete supply of material in Jpeg unless otherwise negotiated. For artwork additional charges may apply as agreedThe content of the advertisements must comply with regulations and norms acceptable in South AfricaAll advertisements are playable in advance by EFT to SA Radio League, ABSA, account no 4071 588 849 branch code 632 005All correspondence and material must be sent to email@example.com with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org<!-- /business info -->
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