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Dienstag, Juli 07, 2015

faz: Lauter beste Freunde

Wer funkt denn heute noch? In Friedrichshafen treffen sich seit 40 Jahren die Funkamateure. Seit 2014 sind auch die Maker dabei. Wir haben uns einmal umgeschaut. [mehr...]

Mittwoch, März 19, 2014 Kometenjäger "Ice": Deutsche Amateurfunker wollen Nasa-Sonde einfangen

Wissenschaftler haben "Ice" längst aufgegeben. Nun wollen Amateurfunker aus Deutschland und der Schweiz von der Sternwarte Bochum aus Kontakt zur Weltraum-Sonde herstellen. Sie haben nur einen Versuch. [mehr...]

Donnerstag, Januar 16, 2014

DM45SCHUMI - Special Call sign for Michael Schumacher

From 17.01.2014 to 19.01.2014 the amateur radio community from Kerpen will be on air for 48 h with the special call sign DM45SCHUMI on all bands in ssb and cw, to collect good wishes from around the world for Michael Schumacher. [more...]

Mittwoch, Juli 10, 2013

koelner stadtanzeiger: Die Lizenz zum Senden

Auf dem Feienberg zwischen Rösrath und Lohmar trafen sich am Wochenende die Mitglieder der Rösrather Funkamateure. „Delta, Oscar, eins, Hotel, Sierra, Echo ruft und hört“, krächzt es da aus einem Empfängerlautsprecher. [mehr...]

Freitag, Juli 05, 2013

wdr 5: Amateurfunkermesse HAM RADIO

Wenn sich junge Menschen zu Veranstaltungen wie "Interactive Cologne: Hack, Tech & Biz" treffen, spricht man schnell von Nerds. [mehr...]

Sonntag, Juni 30, 2013

spiegel online: : NSA überwacht 500 Millionen Verbindungen in Deutschland

Deutschland wird noch umfangreicher von der NSA ausgespäht als angenommen: Nach SPIEGEL-Informationen überwacht der US-Geheimdienst jeden Monat rund eine halbe Milliarde Telefonate, Mails und SMS. In Geheimdokumenten bezeichnet die NSA die Bundesrepublik als Angriffsziel. [mehr...]

Samstag, Juni 29, 2013

HAM RADIO Friedrichshafen 2013 - Was bedeutet HAM?

Zur Zeit findet mal wieder die HAM Radio 2013 in Friedrichshafen am Bodensee statt. Das internationale Treffen der Funkamateure aus Europa und der ganzen Welt .

Aber was bedeutet eigentlich "HAM"?
Auf der Suche nach einer Erklärung traf ich Eckhart K.W. Moltrecht mit dem Rufzeichen DJ4UF. Eckhart ist Buchautor von Amateurfunklehrbücher. Damit kann man sich auf die Amateurfunkprüfung vorzubereiten.

Also was bedeutet "HAM"?

1908 hieß die erste drahtlose Radiostation  "HAM" . Die Mitglieder des Harvard Radio Clubs hießen:
Albert Hyman, Bob Almy, Peggy Murray. Aber zunächst hieß die Station Hy-Al-Mu. Ab 1909 nannte  man die Radio Station in H-A-M um. Danach enstanden dann frei nicht reglementierte Funkstationen.
Ein Kongress in Washington wollte zur Nutzung der Frequenzen ein Gesetz einbringen. Diese Auflagen hätte die kleine HAM Radio Station und die Funkamateure nicht einbringen können.Somit erstellten sie eine Disssertation, die den Senat so beindruckte, dass sie Mr. Hyman einluden, um vor dem Kommitee aufzutreten. Das Ergebnis: Die Gesetzesvorlage landete im Papierkob, und alle sprachen von der armen kleinen Radiostation "HAM".

Allerdings fand man die Anhörung nicht in den
Congressional Records an dem angegebenen Datum.

Link: Where Did "HAM" REALLY Come From?

Auf der HAM Radio 2013 in Friedrichshafen wurde Eckart K.W. Moltrecht (DJ4UF) auf der HAM Radio 2013 in Friedrichshafen für seine Ausbildungsarbeit geehrt.

Webseite von DJ4UF

Freitag, März 29, 2013

Sonntag, Januar 06, 2013

International Space Station: ARISS contact planned January 7, 2013 with school in France

ARISS contact planned January 7, 2013 with school in France
An International Space Station school contact has been planned January 7, 2013 with participants at Ecole Les Muriers,Saint-Maur-Des-Fosses, France. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 10:57 UTC, which is 11.57 CEWT.
The contact will be a direct operated by F6KMX/p. Interested parties in Europe are invited to listen to dowlink signals on 145.800 MHz FM.
Saint-Maur-des-Fosses is a small city (77,000 inhabitants) located at about 15 km South-East of PARIS, separated from the capital by the large Vincennes Forest, and located on the top of a loop formed by the river Marne.
The name of the city is inspired from the Chateau of Saint-Maur, which was frequently visited by the queen Marie de Medicis in the 16th Century.
The school Les Muriers is educating about 500 children in 17 classrooms. The pupils are aged from 8 to 11 and they prepare for their access to Middle school. The children of a classroom of 22 (CM2/ 5th grade) have worked with their teacher on a dream project : a direct contact, via ham radio, with an astronaut aboard the ISS.
This year the children are studying life in space and understanding the Space Station. They are participating to science and ham-radio activities organized by the Radio-club of St-Maur (F6KMX). [more...]

Mittwoch, August 29, 2012

southgate: Amateur News: ARISS Ham Radio contact planned with school in Germany

On Friday August 31, 2012 at 11.23 UTC, which is 13.23 CEST, an Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact is planned with Megina Gymnasium Mayen, Germany    [more...]

Dienstag, August 14, 2012

In Memoriam of Maximilian Kolbe [8 January 1894 – 14 August 1941] - Ham Radio licence SP3RN

SP3RN Radio Amateur: Maximilian Kolbe 

Saint Maximilian Maria Kolbe, O.F.M. Conv., (Polish: Maksymilian Maria Kolbe; 8 January 1894 – 14 August 1941) was a Polish Conventual Franciscan friar, who volunteered to die in place of a stranger in the Nazi German concentration camp of Auschwitz, located in German-occupied Poland during World War II. [more....]

Sonntag, Juni 17, 2012

Published by OK1RR: DJ6SI - Report on the arrest in Kos, Gr eece

My wife is suffering from Alzheimer and has three bypasses. I was accused of conducting radio communications without a Greek radio license. The second accusation was that I could also watch other frequencies with my transceiver, a FT-890AT. My objection was rejected that I operate legally on base of the CEPT regulations. The hotel manager printed the CEPT list which is available on the website of the DARC and handed the printout out to the attorney. The paper was ignored, folded and put into the pocket. My transceiver was confiscated together with the power supply and the headphones with the remark that it had to be checked by a specialist. They also tried to confiscate my notebook which I tried to defeat because the notebook was not related to the transceiver that had to be checked.

Two mobile phones, cameras and the log book were also confiscated; we were handcuffed and taken to the police station. The handcuffs were so tight that they cut into my flesh and draw blood.

I was taken to a hospital where the wound my on hand was treated. In absence of a prison cell, the police wanted to put me into a drunk tank but the attending physician declined that. So I had to spend four hours at the police station sitting on a chair. My hint that I had to see my un-oriented wife was rejected by saying that she is enclosed in the (hotel?) room and being closely guarded from outside.

After long discussions I was then escorted by two police officers to visit my wife at the hotel, medicate and dress her. Personal care and showering, was rejected. Back at the police station a protocol was created.

Then we were driven to the courthouse. It was now 11AM. I was photographed and fingerprinted in the courtyard of the courthouse.

Then we waited again until 4PM under police protection, when I was presented to the attorney who explained me the charges in a two- minute talk: transmitting without permission, having a radio with frequencies other than intended for amateur radio operators and the hindrance in handing out my notebook.

I was commissioned to the court for the next day at 12:00. I had to wait until 16:00 until a judge and an attorney came. The judge told me that he had no translator and appointed a new proceeding for the next day at 12:00. When I objected that we had to fly back the next day, he explained: "this is your problem". Finished.

I called the German Embassy in Athens on the morning of the next day and got the notification of the German-speaking lawyer on Kos. We met an hour before the opening hearing. My luck was that he was once interested in amateur radio. I handed him the documents that were kindly printed out by the hotel management had kindly printed for me:

CEPT regulations of the DARC and this also in Greek language. The hearing was very noisy and the objection of the attorney, he would turn to the European Court, the judge adjourned the hearing, let me go back to Germany and decreed that the lawyer could attend the next hearing alone.

My wife and I had not taken any food for sixteen hours; it was not even offered us. I had no way to sleep for 34 hours. All this as a consequence of an anonymous tip that I had been working without authorization and that I could hear other transmitters. The prosecution referred to a charge on a law dating back to the year 1929!

I was acquitted of the first charge concerning amateur radio in the second court date. I was however punished with 5 months of prison with three years of probation for the refusal of handing out my notebook and the attempt to make it unusable. [Source] did not contact DJ6SI - Report published in different Blogs

Freitag, Juni 08, 2012

SV5BYR: SV5/DJ6SI court decision... - Gerichtsentscheidung in Griechenland über SV5/DJ6SI

The indictment by the apprehesion was:
 1. Radio traffic without permission from Greece Gouvernment
 2. Transceiver with more as ham radio frequences
 3. refusal to gives the gear.

He is guiltless for the 1 and 2 (due to his  property as lisenced Radio Amateur) and guilty becuse he refuse to give his equipment to the authorities.
The lawyer ask for appeal and the court will make new trial in next time.  [more...]

Sonntag, Juni 03, 2012

Ham Radio: Well-known DXpeditioner Baldur Drobnica DJ6SI arrested in Greece for "espionage". Deutsche Funkamateur wegen angeblicher Spionage in Griechenland festgenommen

Three Greek hams are announcing on their blogs that well-known DXpeditioner Baldur Drobnica DJ6SI has been arrested in Greece allegedly for espionage, while in holiday on the island of Kos. He was “producing strange noises” with his computer (CW and RTTY). His activity was spotted on DX clusters. The first blog is featuring a video with explanations in Greek language presented by Baldur’s lawyer. Baldur says in German that he is going to complain to Amnesty International and he answers a question of the lawyer saying that he never experienced such a treatment from authorities of the 70 countries he visited as a DXpeditioner. But he almost lost his life when trying to activate Spratly Island in 1983. Two of his colleagues died. [more...]

Live Mitschnitt mit Baldur Drobnica (Rufzeichen DJ6SI) und seinem Verteidiger

SV5BYR (Greece Ham callsign of : That can happen only at Greece....!!!!

Man muss dazu wissen, dass lizensierte Funkamateure in den Ländern mit der sogenannten CEPT Lizenz mit dem Vorsatz des Landeskenner vor dem eigenen Rufzeichen (Griechenland SV/xxxxx) senden darf. 


CEPT-Lizenz (Funkbetrieb im Ausland) [Bearbeiten]

Die CEPT-Lizenz wurde vom ERO eingeführt, um den Amateurfunkbetrieb im Urlaub oder bei dauerhaftem Aufenthalt in anderen Ländern zu vereinfachen. Sie besteht aus zwei voneinander unabhängigen Teilen. Der erste Teil, die Empfehlung T/R 61-01 CEPT Radio Amateur Licence,[1] regelt den Amateurfunkbetrieb bei einem kurzzeitigen Auslandsaufenthalt. In 31 Ländern[2] kann man Funkbetrieb machen, ohne erst eine Lizenz bzw. ein Rufzeichen im Gastland beantragen zu müssen. Im zweiten Teil, der Empfehlung T/R 61-02 Harmonised amateur radio examination certificates,[3] wird die gegenseitige Anerkennung von Amateurfunkzeugnissen festgeschrieben und gleichzeitig werden die Themen vorgegeben, die in einer Amateurfunkprüfung abgeprüft werden müssen, um international anerkannt werden zu können. 21 Länder wenden die T/R 61-02 an.[4]
Für Deutschland hat die Bundesnetzagentur die beiden o.g. CEPT-Empfehlungen durch die Amtsblatt-Verfügung 11/2005[5] in nationales Recht umgesetzt.
Beispiel für den Funkbetrieb nach CEPT-Empfehlung im Ausland: Die deutsche Station mit dem Rufzeichen DL1XXX funkt in Spanien (Landes-Präfix EA). Dann benützt sie dort das Rufzeichen EA/DL1XXX. Vor Einführung der CEPT-Regulierung musste man für jeden Auslandsaufenthalt im Gastland eine Lizenz beantragen. Die dortige Behörde erteilte ein spezielles Rufzeichen. Jedes Land musste mit der Behörde des anderen Landes ein Abkommen schließen, in dem jeweils die Details festgelegt wurden. Das bedeutete für 30 Länder den Abschluss von 900 zwischenstaatlichen Abkommen. Der CEPT-Regulierung kann jedes neue Land durch einfache Willenserklärung, ohne Verhandlung, beitreten. [Link]