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IARU Region 1 GlobalSET
« στις: Παρασκευή 12 Νοεμβρίου 2010, 19:21 »
Στις 13 Νοεμβρίου 2010 θα διεξαχθεί το Global Simulated Emergency Test της IARU Region 1, που διεξάγεται δύο φορές το χρόνο. Η ώρες διεξαγωγής θα είναι από τις 11:00 έως τις 15:00 τοπικές ώρες.
Παρακάτω παραθέτω το αυθεντικό μήνυμα που υπάρχει την επίσημη ιστοσελίδα της IARU, που θα βρείτε στα:

http://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=57&Itemid=165
http://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=649:globalset-rules-13-november-2010&catid=57:globalset&Itemid=165
http://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=650:globalset-nov-2010-list-of-participating-stations&catid=57:globalset&Itemid=165



1η ιστοσελίδα (δεύτερο link):

Global Simulated Emergency Test – November 2010
Saturday November 13th 2010 11.00 - 15.00 Local Time

IARU Region 1 invites the HQ-Stations of all IARU member societies and stations of Emergency Communications Groups to participate in a Global Simulated Emergency Test on Saturday November 13th, 2010 11.00 – 15.00 Local Time. The operation will take place on and near the emergency Centre-of-Activity (CoA) frequencies on 80, 40, 20, 17 and 15 metres (+-QRM ). This event is different to earlier ones as we will not be activating all stations around the globe at the same time, instead the event will call for stations to be active at their local time. This will mean that some stations will have to wait for HQ stations to come on air to pass their messages but will reduce the inter-region interference that may occur.


The objectives of the test are;

1. increase the common interest in emergency communications.
2. test how usable the CoA frequencies are across ITU regions.
3. create practices for international emergency communication and
4. practice the relaying of messages using all modes.

So, please remember that this is not a contest, it is an emergency communications exercise to develop the skills we will need to provide an international emergency network.


Messages may be passed on voice (SSB), Data or CW modes as detailed below.


Voice mode

Each IARU Region will have a HQ station operating on voice as follows:

Region 1 – GB4NRC

Region 2 – OC80A

Region 3 – 9M4CME


HQ stations will be QRV at 11.00-15.00 local time in their QTH on all CoA frequencies appropriate to their region +- QRM as shown below.
Region 1         Region 2                    Region 3
3760                3750 or 3895             3600
7060 or 7110 7060, 7240 or 7290  7110
14300              14300                          14300
18160              18160                          18160
21360              21360                          21360


Stations intending to participate are requested to register through their IARU Regional/National Emergency Communications Co-Ordinators as follows;

Region 1 - http://bit.ly/htGHy

Region 2 - http://www.iaru-r2.org/emergencies/

Region 3 - http://www.iaru-r3.org/dcom/r3dcom-com.htm


If your country does not have a National Co-Ordinator then please contact the regional co-ordinator via the details on the websites.


A list of participating stations will also be available at  http://bit.ly/bejVVW Participating stations should call 'CQ GLOBALSET' giving their callsign and organisation ( ARES,RAYNET, NETMAR etc. ).

Message Format

Each participating station will send messages to their Regional HQ station formatted using the IARU HF International Emergency Operating Procedure which can be seen at http://bit.ly/2rrbwW That page also has the message forms to be used for the exercise.

Stations should relay messages received towards the Regional HQ station.


To comply with licence regulations, all messages should be addressed to Greg Mossop, G0DUB and should come from a licenced radio amateur.

Messages should be less than 25 words and must not include anything which would be considered as a 'real emergency' message by a listener.

For example;

*  Weather report at the station location
*  Number of operators available
*  Interesting fact about the station

would all be acceptable messages. An example message would be;


1 Routine ZS6BUU 6 Johannesburg 1100 8 APR

To Greg Mossop G0DUB

Johannesburg weather 15 Degrees and sunny

From Francois Botha ZS6BUU


There is no limit on the number of messages to be sent but each one must have a unique message number.
Regional HQ stations will not be sending messages, only receiving them. To avoid QRMing the HQ stations, please move to frequencies near the CoA in steps of 5KHz for contacts with others.


To create a more realistic situation, please limit your transmitting power during the exercise to 100 Watts. We are especially interested in stations operating mobile/portable and/or on emergency power.


Data modes


Data stations must send the same format as used for voice messages. There will not be any HQ stations for data modes in all regions, data stations should use the frequencies defined for their preferred mode in national bandplans unless otherwise shown. This makes the use of 'CQ GLOBALSET' and registering your intended participation particularly important.


'Structured' modes such as Winlink, ALE, PSKmail should send their messages directly to g0dub@winlink.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , other data modes should attempt to relay the messages through two other stations before sending them to globalset-data@raynet-hf.netThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for analysis. Where possible, email responses will be sent as the messages are received.


CW Mode


CW is included in this SET to increase the possibility of stations making contacts in difficult conditions and should be used when SSB or data contacts are proving impossible. There will not be any HQ stations for CW unless otherwise shown, CW stations should operate near the CoA frequencies when SSB traffic cannot be heard.


CW stations must send the same format as used for voice messages and not exceed 15wpm. If necessary CW messages can be relayed through two other stations before sending them to globalset-cw@raynet-hf.netThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for analysis.


Conclusion

A log sheet for messages passed is provided at http://bit.ly/8ZyOTG so that analysis of the exercise will be easier. Stations are only required to submit logs of the messages relayed, not the messages themselves.

It is acknowledged that there have been significant delays in the production of reports from earlier events. However please send your logs with comments, pictures and suggestions for future exercises to; globalset08@raynet-hf.netThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it as soon as possible after the SET so that information can be gathered for a report of the event as soon as the backlog has been cleared.

Thanks for your support of emergency communications.


Greg Mossop, G0DUB

IARU Region 1 Emergency Communications Co-Ordinator





2η ιστοσελίδα (τρίτο link):

GlobalSET Nov 2010 - List of participating stations


A summary of known groups and stations taking part in the IARU Global Simulated Emergency Test (GlobalSET) to be held on 13th November 2010. Please check this website frequently for updates.

ORARI has advised it cannot take part in the GlobalSET 13 November, due to its members providing emergency communications for two natural disasters.
This is using 7.065MHz but may if the situation requires use the IARU Region 3 Emergency Centre of Activity Frequencies.
Please take care, and adopt the normal operating practice of listening and then asking if the frequency is in use, before using any frequency.

 

TIME/DATE
November 13th , 2010 at 11.00 - 15.00 Local Time.

IARU Region 1

HQ Station - GB4NRC ( 40m/20m/17m/15m )

4U1ITU

9H1MRL

CT1REP
CT4HA/P
CT2FFC/P
CT2JSF/M

DA0EC
DF0BI
DK0NOT
DL0WF    Pactor/Winlink
DL2AML
DO4JS

E70ARA
E71ABC
E71EEE
E71ELJ
E71EZC
E71CBC
E71EMO

EA3RE
EA4SPC
EA7HFG

EI0NC
EI2CA
EI9JV

G0MRH
G0BOE
M1DFO

I4OYU       Winlink
IW4ALK     Winlink
I1LEP        Winlink
IZ1DBU     Winlink
IK5BHN     Winlink
IZ5EEP      Winlink
IQ1HQ       Winlink
IW1PRT
IQ3EZ
IQ6HT
IQ7HD
I8KMD
IK8MYJ
IZ8DPO
IT9DDI
IZ7OJL
IQ9EA
IW9ETQ
IW9HMD
IT9APJ
IT9NHC
IT9COF
IT9QEP
IT9BGI
IT9BVW
IT9VKW

OE1FEA   Winlink
OE1VGC
OE3FQU
OE3MFC    Winlink
OE3RGB    Winlink
OE3XHA    Winlink
OE3ZK      Winlink
OE5HCE
OE5XCL

OM9HQ

PD0PJH

SL0ZS
SL0ZT
SL0ZU

SP3ZAC
SP6PSR
SP9PNS
SQ7JZI

SV1GFH - Pactor II
SZ1SV
SZ2PRO
SZ2RCP

TF3IRA

IARU Region 2

HQ Station - OC80A

9Y4TT
9Y4TBG
9Y4VF
9Z4CAJ

CE6UYV

CO6WJ
CO6CAC
CO2KK
CO2CBF
CO2JD
CO2WL

CX1AA

HK2DBF
HK3OCH
HK3OVP
HK7CBN
HK7LFF
HK8LZU

J73WA

LU4AA
LU1AXP
LU1AZL
LU1BCE
LU1VDA
LU2DT
LU2EM
LU3DY/D
LU4OAC
LU5ANL
LU5EAG
LU5JU
LU6FIL
LU7ADC
LU7AEA
LU8DIW
LU8DJR
LU8DZE
LU9AAS
LU9BSA
LU9EV
LU9HVR
LW9DTR

TG9ANM
TG9AMR
TG9ABE
TG9AJ
TG9ALD
TG9ABZ
TG9ABM
TG9AGI
TG9AAJ
TG9AEY
TG9AGD
TG9ANK
TG9AOE
TG4ACM
TG4AZC
TG9ALV

VA2ZIG
VA6JL
VE3FAL
VE3JHS
VO1RYL
VO1DTM

YV4AR
YV4ADA
YV5SSF
YV5YA
YV4BLS
YV5JED
YV5ER
YY4CVI
YY5DBV
YY5DCV

XE1ATZ
XE2PNB
XE3ACB
IARU Region 3

HQ Station - 9M4CME

9M4CSB
9M4CMR

BY2HIT

JA1RL

VK4WIA

VR2HK

VU2JAU

ZK6R
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