This club, formed in 1919 in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, provides those interested in the hobbies of amateur radio and electronics with facilities to meet and enjoy the company of similar individuals.
Regular meetings are held at the well equipped clubhouse in Rose Bay and training is provided for those new to the field. Visitors to our meetings are always welcome. Please explore this site to find out more about us and ways to make contact.
- RSL Club Rose Bay Bistro is open again - After the short interruption, the Rose Bay RSL Bistro is open again . I called them up and it will be open from 12 noon today Saturday 6th Feb, just ready for pre-project day refreshments.
- Tooraweenah Expedition - http://www.vk2bv.org/event/tooraweenah-expedition/
- Morse Code Training - Don’t forget the next CW School is on this Saturday (7th February) at 11am. Click here for details
- How Do You Prove You are Licensed - Now that ACMA have changed their licensing procedure, how do you prove you are licensed? ACMA no longer send out a printed copy of your licence, only an invoice for the licence fee. Follow these steps to get a printed copy of your licence, Log on to http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/register_search.main_page In the search register box type in … Continue reading How Do You Prove You are Licensed
- Interesting article on who is using devices like the Boefang - Militia Radio Frequencies Thanks slashdot
- Happy 97th Birthday to the Waverley Amateur Radio Society! - Today the Waverley Amateur Radio Society celebrates its 97th birthday! On the evening of 27th January 1919, a little over two months after the end of the Great War, the Waverley Amateur Radio Club was formed at a meeting held at ‘Altmont’ 13 Macpherson St, Waverley, the home of Frank Geddes Snr in the eastern … Continue reading Happy 97th Birthday to the Waverley Amateur Radio Society!
- Knocked up a prototype centre console for the car - I’ve been unhappy with the radio setup in the car. The radios had been installed in a rush and basically left the same way for years. The start of fixing this was making a prototype console that fits where the unused ash tray is situated in the patrol. This version needs to be made a … Continue reading Knocked up a prototype centre console for the car
- What to do with a Tytera MD-380 - Last weekend at Shmoocon, [Travis Goodspeed] presented his reverse engineering of the Tytera MD380 digital handheld radio – See http://hackaday.com/2016/01/19/shmoocon-2016-reverse-engineering-cheap-chinese-radio-firmware/ for details
- New Gold Coast (QLD) DMR Repater - If you are heading North Gold Coast DMR repeater up and running. 438.8125 MHz, offset -7 MHz
- Yaesu FTM-100DR Firmware update - If you have one of these delightful radios, you will find that there is new firmware available to update the three on-board systems. It is suggested that you read the instructions at least twice before embarking on the updates. Note also, there is a glitch in new system: When APRS Mute is turned on the … Continue reading Yaesu FTM-100DR Firmware update
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Created: 30/10/95 Updated: 17/02/15