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#1
Public Announcements / Re: Requirements of Renewal of...
Last post by DW1YKX - Jul 29, 2022, 04:37 PM
Pls take note of #2 requirement - the photo should be printed on photopaper(additional info)
#2
The Prepper Channel / Re: Emergency radio communicat...
Last post by DU2XXR - Jul 29, 2022, 03:49 PM
See the text here.

NTC Memorandum Order 05–09–2012











NTC Memorandum Order 04–09–2012





#3
The Prepper Channel / Emergency radio communication ...
Last post by DU2XXR - Jul 29, 2022, 02:26 AM
Operating  procedures for radio volunteers in times of emergencies, disasters, and  calamities, as outlined and defined by the National Telecommunications  Commission

I  have been looking for SOPs for traffic handling and management during  emergencies, and this document seems to be the best reference. You can  find this from the NTC Website: Memorandum Order 05–09–2012.

I am also including MO 04–09–2012: Establishment of an emergency radio and communications protocol for MMDRRMC.

This also references OPLAN Metro Yakal or the Metro Manila Earthquake Contingency Plan.

This may be timely, especially given the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that hit Abra in Northern Luzon on July 27, 2022.

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#4
Public Announcements / Re: Requirements of Renewal of...
Last post by DW1YKX - Jul 28, 2022, 01:57 PM
In addition currently NTC schedule for renewal of RSls : Monday to Friday - 8am to 12noon only
#6
Public Announcements / Re: Requirements of Renewal of...
Last post by DW1YKX - Jul 25, 2022, 06:53 PM
They have also considered active membership on a recognized group can be considered as an amateur activity.
#7
Public Announcements / Requirements of Renewal of RSL...
Last post by DW1YKX - Jul 25, 2022, 06:44 PM
pls be guided accordingly on the requirements needed for the renewal of our respective RSLs.
We have shared the forms needed as well in our google classroom for your reference.
#8
APRS, Winlink & Packet Radio / Re: Baofeng APRS Cable
Last post by 4G1FCI - Jul 24, 2022, 07:18 PM
Yes, if there is a DIY for that, please do provide links hehe. Cheaper alternative than getting an FT-xD yaesu radios
Quote from: DU2XXR on Jul 19, 2022, 02:05 PM
Quote from: 4G1FCI on Jul 19, 2022, 02:03 PM
Quote from: DU2XXR on Jul 19, 2022, 02:00 PMBaka si DV1YKL.
thanks  ;D

Let's wait for Hans to provide inputs. Alam ko he tried to use wln radio before when we were still on UHF.
#9
Hi Lot. I understand. If there were a nationwide standard frequency like your 144.390, then perhaps it would be acceptable.

I guess the concern also is leaving a digipeater unattended at the repeater site. Crossbanding it to UHF somewhere at a station where there is a control operator can make any issues easier to address (e.g., programming, adjustments, etc.)

Regarding winlink connections via APRS digipeater, I think it will involve using a softmodem like direwolf and using a digipeater software that can handle both APRS and winlink. Isn't that what linPBQ does? Or I think it also handles the softmodem, too.

I have no experience with that, since I mostly use direwolf for APRS digipeating, as well as as the KISS terminal for other packet uses.

#10
APRS, Winlink & Packet Radio / Re: Connecting DU1, DU2, and D...
Last post by K6IRF - Jul 22, 2022, 01:51 AM
Hi Guys, . . . a regional repeater site would mean a regional frequency. Here in socal we do have digipeaters that are setup on repeater sites, but we also have coordinated frequency for packet and aprs. Also, we might need a radio that has a good receiver or else we will get lots of interference. Maybe better on UHF and get it cross-digipeat from another aprs station below. We have 2 AEA-PK96 and a KPC-3 plus we can use for any project that might come up. Is it possible to digipeat a winlink connection via an APRS digipeater? 73 de lot / k6irf/dw3irf