An ARDF antenna making workshop will be held at MARES clubhouse on July 19, 2008.
To create awareness on Ham Radio amongst the general public (school students, interested government agencies, academicians, etc.), through explanation on technology used, ethics and licensing matters via seminar, exhibition and demonstration;
To create an avenue for the current and prospective Class A/B license holder to participate in the Fox Hunting competition, testing skills and knowledge on ham radio technology;
To inform on importance of Ham Radio as the main tool for disaster communication channel and assistance through demonstration; and
To create an avenue for Ham Radio enthusiast to share ability in building own antenna and receiver, to which only homebrew equipments will qualify for the competition.
Terms and conditions:
All fields of the registration must be completed. Incomplete application will be rejected.
One registration will comprise of three (03) to four (04) members. Participants will bear all fuel costs and provide their own transportation.
A registration fee of RM80 per team will be charged. All payments shall be made in cash. Payments may be made by sending a bank draft or cheque to 9W2SBS at the address below or during registration at the registration booth at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa until 1 hour before the event starts.
Registration can be done via sending registration on or before the July 10, 2008 via:
Fax to 9W2SBS at +60 (3) 6279-8061
e-Mail to 9W2SBS at firstname.lastname@example.org. All successful applications will be notified one (01) hour after receipt of the forms, and one (1) hour before the start of the fox hunt on the July 20, 2008.
Aiznin Sairi bin Sulaiman c/o Land & General Berhad Corporate Affairs Division L3 Block D Sri Damansara Business Park Persiaran Industri Bandar Sri Damansara 52200 Kuala Lumpur PLEASE DO NOT PUT CASH IN THE MAIL
Registration is open to all (Malaysian or non-Malaysian).
All accommodation and transportation costs are at participant’s own expense.
Prizes will be awarded for the top three (03) places.
ALL winners and results announced by the judges are final.
Winners will be judged on the following criteria:
All rules of the competition must be read and fully understood.
Registration will be open from Friday, 28 June 2008 and will be closed one (01) hour before the competition starts.
What is the easiest way to get echolink node up and running on raspberry pi? Surely, get a premade image which has everything inside. I've created one image which can fit into 2GB SD card for this, just follow the following steps to get it up and running:
For hardware, you need to have the following: Raspberry Pi for sure, with a minimum 4GB SD cardA USB echolink interface, can be commercially sourced or DIY. There are many DIY schematics out there that you could follow. Here is the configuration on how to get the things working together, courtesy of svxlink.de website:
For software: Download the following prepared image from google drive, it is based on raspbian-2015-02-16 image and has pre-installed svxlink-14.08. raspi-wheezy-svxlink.img.zipUnzip the file and copy it to your SD card using the following instructions that can be found here.Boot up the RasPi, if you do not have an HDMI monitor, you may want to access the RasPi from your terminal emulator (putty or the like), connec…
I've come across many posting on the Internet (via google search), people asking on how to debug a DMEE for payment program. One of the few suggestion was to create a user exit just before the node that we would like to debug and put our breakpoint there. It seems that SAP has built-in this feature without needing us to create a user exit (available in ECC 6, have no idea if this is available on prior releases). Here is how you can put your breakpoint without any coding.
1. Display your DMEE tree using transaction: DMEE_DEBUG.
2. Click on the node that you would like to debug.
3. Go to conditions tab, you could see the Set Breakpoint button. Click to set.
4. Run the SAPFPAYM and specified the payment run date/id, payment format etc. SAP will stop at the node which you point your breakpoint at, as in 2.
5. To remove your breakpoint, just run the DMEE_DEBUG again, there is an option to delete all own breakpoints or all.