Electronics Lab Philippines

Mixed Systems and Specialization => Philippine Amateur Radio => Topic started by: Admin on April 02, 2008, 05:09:16 PM

Title: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Admin on April 02, 2008, 05:09:16 PM
welcome sa mga members na member din ng mga amateur radio groups  ;D
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: stcboy on April 03, 2008, 02:11:42 AM
What if I do not have radio license can I still join a legit amateur group/s?  8)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: mambulaorbv on April 03, 2008, 02:32:19 AM
tanong lang po! 1st class rto lic po ako pero nde kuna na renew sa NTC for the last ten yrs na yata coz of my work abroad pede pa rin po ba ma renew lic ko? hilig ko pa rin kc Radio comm lalo na taga province ako hehehe..regards po sa lahat...god bless..
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: wheeler on April 03, 2008, 07:58:59 AM
ito matagal ko nang balak pasukin.pero di ko magawa gawa..
baka may alam kayo dyang may binebentang used radio..kahit handheld lang.?pang 2m
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: stcboy on April 04, 2008, 02:33:05 AM
Sa buyandsellph.com palagi naka advertise mga used radio 2m/440 handheld at base .  8)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: robeye on April 04, 2008, 05:48:49 AM
tanong lang po! 1st class rto lic po ako pero nde kuna na renew sa NTC for the last ten yrs na yata coz of my work abroad pede pa rin po ba ma renew lic ko? hilig ko pa rin kc Radio comm lalo na taga province ako hehehe..regards po sa lahat...god bless..
Yup,pwede mo pa irenew ang 1PHN lic. mo mgbabayad ka lng nmn ng penalty nyan,so 10yrs penalty mo.150.00 pesos/year ang penalty
pnta u lng sa NTC quezon city sa tapat mismo ng central bank...yan kng nasa manila ka lng...
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: mambulaorbv on April 04, 2008, 09:18:26 AM
thanks robeye..ano nga pla magandang handheld radio ngaun at magkano naman kaya? tsaka anybody na tindahan dyan satin sa pinas ng mga amateur radios? thanks uli...
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Darwin on April 04, 2008, 10:16:39 AM
bihira na lang mga local hams ngayon...dahil sa advent ng cellphones. anyway meron ako alam 2nd hand 15 units base Motorola radios for sale P4k nga lang.those interested can pm me.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on April 08, 2008, 08:22:55 PM
just want you to know, we are still very much into ham radio.  :) 
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dy7flt on April 10, 2008, 10:56:19 AM
Sa buyandsellph.com palagi naka advertise mga used radio 2m/440 handheld at base .  8)
meron kang IC-2GAT? Bibili sana ako, magkano?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dy7flt on April 10, 2008, 11:01:15 AM
welcome sa mga members na member din ng mga amateur radio groups  ;D
Checking-in DY7-FLT with the handle of Lito Tolero transmitting down cebu city.  No important traffic down my end, just extending 73's to the one posting this topic, more power! and God Bliss, QRU, QRX! Numbers! all around!
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on April 11, 2008, 04:09:55 PM
dati meron akong  IC-2GAT pero pinagawa ko sa technician at nakalimutan ko ng kunin. hindi ko na mahanap ang technicain na pinagawan ko. 

mukhang favorite mo talaga ang 2GAT ano? 
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dy7flt on April 12, 2008, 12:00:59 PM
dati meron akong  IC-2GAT pero pinagawa ko sa technician at nakalimutan ko ng kunin. hindi ko na mahanap ang technicain na pinagawan ko. 

mukhang favorite mo talaga ang 2GAT ano? 
Isa lang sa mga favorites, pag wala akong makuhang 2GAT yong 2GXAT na lang cguro kukunin ko.  Saan QTH mo sir?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on April 12, 2008, 02:56:28 PM
taga marikina city po ako
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: prince on April 15, 2008, 04:14:11 PM
hello... i'm from DX1DBT... ;D
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on April 15, 2008, 04:25:58 PM
Hi Prince,

Musta na ang mga Don Bosco boys?  Send my regards to Mike Hogar (du1mhx) :)

DV1RWP - DX1ARM
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: sindk8 on April 16, 2008, 10:12:34 PM
Hello to all!

http://www.qrz.com/callsign/dw1sco
73
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rurikdgreat on April 16, 2008, 11:57:36 PM
I'd been a regular member, net controller and board member of DX1PRS with the clubstation at Alabang, though the group is now inactive (just like me). Been with the group since 1994.

DW1KWM

as in:

Kentucky Washington Mexico
Kilo Watt Meter
Kapeng Walang Milk
Kaibigang Wagas Magmahal
King William Motel
Kiss Walang Mintis
Kahit Walang Minamahal

(at kung ano-ano pang ibinansag sa callsign ko)

Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on April 23, 2008, 03:21:31 PM
@dw1kwm

so i guess you know boyet (du1fil) and thelma (du1ivt)?  they are former members of PRS and now an ARMI and PARL respectively.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rurikdgreat on April 23, 2008, 04:43:19 PM
@dw1kwm

so i guess you know boyet (du1fil) and thelma (du1ivt)?  they are former members of PRS and now an ARMI and PARL respectively.

oh yes magkakasama kami sa dx1prs. i think abet (dw1lxv) with his wife rolet from bacoor, cavite are also with armi group now.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: kim-poy on April 23, 2008, 10:36:18 PM
Hi Pips,

It's good to know na may mga hobbyist pa dito. DE DV1LFK extending the best of 73 to everyone.


Kim
http://www.qrz.com/dv1lfk
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: gerisonic on May 07, 2008, 12:35:56 AM
Checking IN..

4F7BBY here my handle is Gerry from Tagbilaran City, Bohol... 73's to all and 88's to all YLs out there...

Our club call sign DU7BC as CHARL (Chocolate Hills Amateur Radio League)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on May 08, 2008, 08:00:15 PM
yup, abet and rolet are with the armi now.  abet's new callsign is du1av.  he is my predeccesor as armi's club-president. 

we will have our club meeting tomorrow, 7pm, at burger king near st lukes hospital.  baka may mga interesadong umatend sa meeting namin eh welcome-na-welcome po kayong pumunta.  regular monthly eyeball lang naman at chikahan lang, KKB sa pagkain.   
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: DW1PJM on June 03, 2008, 05:41:46 PM
Hi benjie...dv1rwp...de DW1PJM......very active ham...........rolet and abet and boyet is with DX1ARM....repeater and echolink frequency is 144.880mhz -0.60
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rurikdgreat on June 03, 2008, 10:29:14 PM
Hi benjie...dv1rwp...de DW1PJM......very active ham...........rolet and abet and boyet is with DX1ARM....repeater and echolink frequency is 144.880mhz -0.60
good morning mike, nice catching you here. welcome at electronicslab. catch you again on the air.

dah-dah-di-di-dit  di-di-di-dah-dah

de dw1kwm
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: janmayen on June 11, 2008, 06:30:10 PM
BREAK----------CQ CQ CQ this is DU8VVN from Iligan City,Ham 8 Inc. ang club namin at in-active din kagaya ko,pero sa hobby as an amateur hindi mawala ang HAM RADIO....73s....
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: graSS on June 16, 2008, 01:10:05 PM
Ang registered ECE b considered license radio operator automatically???
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: janmayen on June 16, 2008, 03:28:37 PM
@ maweex

hindi m8 kailangan parin mag take ng exam,pero daretso na sa class b....
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rurikdgreat on June 16, 2008, 06:00:46 PM
Ang registered ECE b considered license radio operator automatically???
negative....

kailangan mo pa rin kumuha ng element II (rules and regulations) examination, dati kasama pati element I which is the int'l morse code, pero ngayon class a na lang ang may element I, exempted ka na sa elements III, IV, V, VI, VII. kung maipapasa mo ito eligible ka na for class b radio operator/station license.


Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bukolsky on July 04, 2008, 03:22:58 PM
anybody here knows kung pwede ko ring ipa renew yung class c license ko? last 1999 pa validity neto heheh
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: robeye on July 07, 2008, 03:06:21 PM
anybody here knows kung pwede ko ring ipa renew yung class c license ko? last 1999 pa validity neto heheh
@bukolsky yap pwede mo pang irenew yan,bayad u nga penalty 150 na yata per year kng hnd ako ngkakamali just visit NTC ofis near U..
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: janmayen on July 07, 2008, 04:53:17 PM
mag renew ka na lang kay sa mag re take ka ng exam...
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: roisantos on July 17, 2008, 05:03:00 PM
para sa lahat na my license ng NTC.pano po ba mkakuha ng reviewer ng exam.hindi kc ako bihasa sa electronics.pls. help...gsto ko tlga mging amateur
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rurikdgreat on July 18, 2008, 04:28:26 PM
anybody here knows kung pwede ko ring ipa renew yung class c license ko? last 1999 pa validity neto heheh

technically di na pwede. ayon sa rules and regulations 5 years max lang ang allowed para mairenew with the same callsign ang license mo otherwise kailangan na uli kumuha ng exam at mag-apply for another rsl and call (parang back to square one). but of course, nasa pinas ka anything is possible. pwedeng maretain ang callsign mo at hindi ka na kukuha pa uli ng exam kung may "kilala" ka sa loob, hehehe.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: graSS on August 11, 2008, 09:29:32 AM
@ maweex

hindi m8 kailangan parin mag take ng exam,pero daretso na sa class b....



tnx bossing sa info
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Dictador on August 12, 2008, 07:18:32 PM
i have a for sale portable icom 02at, 3.5k bat pack,rubber duck. a1 condition. makinis..
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: earl on August 12, 2008, 07:50:07 PM
Anybody ever tried Packet radio here?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: adrianvill on August 26, 2008, 03:35:59 PM
ei guys plz help me...

I ve tried going to NTC office to inquire about how to get a licence to use a ham radio.

 those people are soo stubborn... they ddnt answer my question strait to the point.. and told me come back later because they were still so buzy of some sort..


How can i get a Licence? and what type?what class?  whats d exam? whats d coverage? so i can use a ham radio legaly?.. so i can buy one

and...what license? what class? do u need to operate an FM/AM station?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rurikdgreat on August 26, 2008, 08:54:59 PM
Quote
do u need to operate an FM/AM station?

no. amateur radio license is different from commercial radio license. amateur radio is purely for hobby only, no commercial/profit gain.

Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: BATHALA on April 05, 2009, 12:15:22 PM
tanong lang po! 1st class rto lic po ako pero nde kuna na renew sa NTC for the last ten yrs na yata coz of my work abroad pede pa rin po ba ma renew lic ko? hilig ko pa rin kc Radio comm lalo na taga province ako hehehe..regards po sa lahat...god bless..



pwede pa yan sir. bayad ka lang ng penalty. at dapat nandyan pa yung 1phn certificate mo para may pag basihan sila. kasi yung matatagal ng di na i renew inaalis na daw nila sa list sabi ng NTC nung mag renew ako last january 2009.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: BATHALA on April 05, 2009, 12:22:31 PM
What if I do not have radio license can I still join a legit amateur group/s?  8)

pwede po. pero later kelangan mo rin mag pa license ng radio. at syempre dapat may license ka rin para gumamit ng radio. Sa mga commercial radio group kagaya ng kabalikat charity, kabalikat civicom at iba pang grupo ng kabalikat. RLM certificate pwede na yun para maka gamit ka ng portable transciever. Attend ka lang ng RLM siminar to discuss what and how proper use of radio and frequency. Siminar conduct by the NTC.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dv2 rxb on April 11, 2009, 10:41:56 PM
hello there dx1ARM 73s jan mike sayang d tau nakapag e.b. d2 sa baguio nxt tym!!!!!DV2 RXB
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: BATHALA on April 18, 2009, 04:01:20 PM
ei guys plz help me...

I ve tried going to NTC office to inquire about how to get a licence to use a ham radio.

 those people are soo stubborn... they ddnt answer my question strait to the point.. and told me come back later because they were still so buzy of some sort..


How can i get a Licence? and what type?what class?  whats d exam? whats d coverage? so i can use a ham radio legaly?.. so i can buy one

and...what license? what class? do u need to operate an FM/AM station?


gud day sir. what purpose po ba ang pag gamit nyo ng radio? kung hobby nyo and explore use the frequency pwede kayo mag member sa amateur radio group. di ko lang gaano alam ang procedure sa amateur kung pano ang license nila. o kung gusto nyo naman kung civic minded individual ka na habang hobby nyo mag radyo ay makakatulong ka sa community by using radio communication, pwede kayo mag member sa mga civic radio organization tulad ng kabalikat.


Ang isang operator na pwedeng mag handle ng AM and FM station ay yung nag aral ng atleast 2 years GRCO. na kinakailangan pasado ng license exam na binigay ng NTC. kinakailangang handle ng first class radio telephone operator.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: tikoy on May 30, 2009, 08:00:58 PM
dyflt may nag numbers sayo call sign "white flower" and si 4F7Bandoy heheheeheehee...73's sir
wala naman ta mag dungog au sa 145.940mhz sir. nag dx kana ngaun?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on September 29, 2009, 06:31:14 PM
What is a good price for a 2GAT?


BK
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: pinoycobra on November 19, 2009, 09:57:36 PM
What is a good price for a 2GAT?


BK
depende po sa itsura nya. pinaka mataas na 2k pinaka mababa 1k kumpleto *(rubduck and batpack)
may nabili nga ako icom v8 2k lang with 2 bat pack and deskcharger panga eh.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dandybeltran on May 05, 2010, 11:29:32 AM
paano ba magpa member sa radio group?...ano requirement/s
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: BATHALA on May 14, 2010, 02:16:16 PM
tanong lang po! 1st class rto lic po ako pero nde kuna na renew sa NTC for the last ten yrs na yata coz of my work abroad pede pa rin po ba ma renew lic ko? hilig ko pa rin kc Radio comm lalo na taga province ako hehehe..regards po sa lahat...god bless..

Alam ko po hindi na pwede yung ma renew kasi after 10 years po aksi na hindi ma i renew ina alis na nila sa list. pero siguro try mo na lang din po mag renew kaya lang malaki laking penalty na yun.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: ren74a on May 20, 2010, 12:20:38 PM
hello to all. baguhan po ako dito. from Naga City, bicol.  Interest din ako sa vhf radio, kaya lang commercial freq. Kabalikat member.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: 1-Lucio on June 21, 2010, 03:22:16 PM
Spring equinox and its effect on propagation
For all of you living in the Northern Hemisphere today is a great day. Today the Spring Equinox (or Vernal Equinox) is upon us, this is great as it hails goodbye to winter and officially means the start of Spring.

At 11:44 UTC the sun crossed over the Earth’s equator which means longer hours of sunlight for all of us up North! Thanks to the Earth’s tilt 23.4 degree tilt we will now be getting more of the Sun’s rays increasing the temperature (hopefully) and signalling the start of Summer.

The Spring equinox also has a marked effect on propagation. We will now be having longer hours of sunlight. These longer hours mean the sun will be increasing the energy in the ionosphere more than during the winter.

You may have noticed propagation improving over the last few weeks, this is due to the Spring equinox. The Vernal equinox is a particularly good time for HF propagation as on the first day of spring the length of the day and night in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres will be 12 hours each. During both the Spring and the Autumn equinoxes the northern and southern hemispheres both have an even distribution of solar radiation making it the optimum time for DX. As a result of the equinox bands should be more likely to stay open and there should be more reliable propagation paths between the Northern and Southern hemispheres.

Equinoxes are also the time when auroras are most likely to occur (so keep an eye out for Aurora Borealis in the night sky). Caused by solar flares colliding with nitrogen and oxygen atoms in the atmosphere they usually take place in the E and D layers of the atmosphere. Auroras affect both HF and VHF propagation, decreasing the quality of HF signals but opening up interesting possibilities for VHF operators.

For those of you wanting some light entertainment on the subject of auroras and amateur radio you might want to try the 2000 Dennis Quaid film Frequency I’m not sure you’ll be lucky enough to get the kind of propagation found in this film, but at least with Summer now officially on the way propagation might start to improve.

Fingers crossed for some decent solar activity!

nabasa ko lang kanina sa ibang site  share ko lang  d2......sa mga me HF happy hunting  tutok kayu sa north madami ngayun dun nag DX
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: pinoycobra on August 06, 2010, 02:01:48 AM
paano ba magpa member sa radio group?...ano requirement/s
1. you need a 2-way radio.
2. determine what band do yo want to operate/use . VHF or UHF or maybe HF.
3. Amateur or Commercial Radio Group?
------> Amateur go to Philippine Amateur Radio Association (PARA)
                      @Boy Scouts of the Philippines Center
                         181 Natividad Almeda-Lopez Sts, Ermita,
                         Manila 1000, Philippines (opposite SM Manila)
                     or visit PARA website: para.org.ph

-------->Commercial Radio Group (ito depende sa gusto mo talaga daming group
              dyan na pwede. tulad ng: Kabalikat, Volunteer Fire brigade, Emergency
              Communication and Medical group or mas maganda kung meron dyan sa
              location mo join ka sa kanila)

*pag Amateur Grp. you need to take the NTC License exam PARA will teach you how.
*pac Commercial Grp. usually may NTC commercial Group License na sila, all you need is to attend a seminar conducted by the NTC for your Commercial Grp and register your Radio (dapat commercial radio) and have your radio station license(RSL)

sana naka tulong ito... GOD BLESS




 
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: cheska6 on September 24, 2010, 10:04:56 AM
hi guys any one of you using this?? :)

(http://i1203.photobucket.com/albums/bb399/cheska6/m4%20parts/Bowmanheadset300.jpg)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dy2mpl on November 06, 2010, 10:03:24 PM
checking in dy2mpl transmitting from pangasinan 146 and more power to all existing radio communication groups
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Erlang494 on November 12, 2010, 07:34:35 AM
... nice to know na marami rin palang ECE ang mahilig sa 2-way radio... btw, this is the cheapest and fastest compared to other form of communication medyo magastos lang sa simula...and u need to follow regulations...
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: vox on January 06, 2011, 08:33:27 AM
Alam ko po hindi na pwede yung ma renew kasi after 10 years po aksi na hindi ma i renew ina alis na nila sa list. pero siguro try mo na lang din po mag renew kaya lang malaki laking penalty na yun.
patay tayo dyan sayang ang lic. ko   1rtg din
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: maxboy on June 26, 2011, 12:01:14 PM
DY7 EKV po from cebu. good day sa lahat!
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Bamboo on July 27, 2011, 08:28:17 AM
Totoo yan na after 10 years na hindi marenew ang license ay ibibigay na nila sa ibang aplikante ang callsign. Tulad ng ngyari sa akin, lahat ng inaplay kong callsign ay walang available kaya ang ibinigay nila sa akin na callsign (NTC) ay galing narin sa unang may ari nito na hindi na nagrenew ng license.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: wheeler on August 02, 2011, 10:53:59 AM
plano kong kumuha ng license kahit third class.may morse code kayo yun?
meron na kasi ako pang 2 meter.ang saya.hehe
(http://i209.photobucket.com/albums/bb104/nhoy_photo/th_Photo-0174.jpg) (http://s209.photobucket.com/albums/bb104/nhoy_photo/?action=view&current=Photo-0174.jpg)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: benjprad on August 02, 2011, 09:09:43 PM
walang morse code yong class-c.

punta ka sa office ng PARA (phil amateur radio assn) at inquire ka muna kung kailan ang schedule ng amateur radio orientation seminar. tapos kailangan mong umatend para prepared ka pagdating ng exam.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: edsailormoon on September 29, 2011, 08:41:16 PM
Hi guys. Buti nadiscover ko tong forum na to. I was really interested in getting an amateur license. Pero pwede ba ako muna bumili ng handheld bago ako kumuha ng license? Gusto ko kasi muna malaman kung magki-click tong "hobby" na to para sa akin.

And i was planning to get the Puxing PA-968/PX-D03. Any reviews from you guys kung ok tong unit na to?

TIA.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: kim-poy on November 16, 2011, 02:42:22 PM
Hi guys. Buti nadiscover ko tong forum na to. I was really interested in getting an amateur license. Pero pwede ba ako muna bumili ng handheld bago ako kumuha ng license? Gusto ko kasi muna malaman kung magki-click tong "hobby" na to para sa akin.

And i was planning to get the Puxing PA-968/PX-D03. Any reviews from you guys kung ok tong unit na to?

TIA.

Kung bibili ka ng Radio yung sigurado na. Go with Icom, Yaesu or Kenwood. Para di sayang investement mo. Mas sigurado na tatgal of course depende sa pag gamit.

If you want to get license just PM me. Baka mag set kami ng seminar about Amateur Radio.

Cheers!!!
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: ignition on February 20, 2012, 11:56:50 AM
PUPHAM RCG

Polytechnic University of the Philippines Help Assists and Mobilize Radio Communication Group
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: happywillows on February 27, 2012, 03:37:50 PM

Break 2-November Sierra?  Anybody on the by?

With the indulgence of the group...

I used to be on amateur radio back in 1992.  It was fun, liberating and worthwhile.  I learned how to forge friendship from people I barely knew - some of those I met are still my good friends until today.  I also became a better person because of this hobby.

But life and technology got in the way.

I would like to connect again in a way that I consider more "human" - hearing a voice at the other side and knowing that he or she and others on monitor are interested on what you have to say and are all ears is always a comforting thought.

Mucho tango.

2NS...on QRX.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: edsailormoon on April 08, 2012, 06:24:00 AM
Kung bibili ka ng Radio yung sigurado na. Go with Icom, Yaesu or Kenwood. Para di sayang investement mo. Mas sigurado na tatgal of course depende sa pag gamit.

If you want to get license just PM me. Baka mag set kami ng seminar about Amateur Radio.

Cheers!!!

Kuya, I PMed you already.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: darmunez on November 14, 2012, 02:49:14 PM
good afternoon po mga bosing...

bagohan po ako sa HAM Radio, ang boss ko po ay bumili ng KENWOOD TM-271a at gusto nya na matutu po ako na mag install ng base station sa agency po nya pra magamit namin sa kanyang security agency.. ito po yung nabili napo nya.
. KENWOOD TM-271a
. Diamond F23 Antenna
. 20 Amp. power supply ( steady volt brand)
. connectors p1259
.30 meters RG8 cable

so first time ko pong mag install nga ganito.
tanong ko po ay ganito

1. ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
2. oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
3. ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?

Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: abadsantos 7 on December 08, 2012, 11:21:07 AM
good afternoon po mga bosing...

bagohan po ako sa HAM Radio, ang boss ko po ay bumili ng KENWOOD TM-271a at gusto nya na matutu po ako na mag install ng base station sa agency po nya pra magamit namin sa kanyang security agency.. ito po yung nabili napo nya.
. KENWOOD TM-271a
. Diamond F23 Antenna
. 20 Amp. power supply ( steady volt brand)
. connectors p1259
.30 meters RG8 cable

so first time ko pong mag install nga ganito.
tanong ko po ay ganito

1. ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
2. oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
3. ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?

I Will try to response based on my SUBJECTIVE experience lang...since this is my long time hobby already.

1.0 ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
      If base station, height is might.  The higher the better. 
      If the antenna is not being blocked by any firewall or neighboring tall buildings...base to base malayo din. 
      Let say a typical 2 floor residencial appartment and a 30ft antenna mass...Tondo Manila as reference,
      you can reach as far sa Pampanga to the North and Batangas to the South.  If the receiving station have
      a good and a high set-up maybe more farther.

      But for base to portable...is another story and depende na rin sa point of communication nyo.  Sometimes
      even very near kung may dead spot and splattrer, hindi na rin kayo magkadinigan.

2.0 oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
      Should be ok kung original ung nabili mo.  Always measure your SWR.
      Pag original laging nakatono na yan.  But still for safety you need to double check your SWR reading.
      If you got a high SWR reading, check your connection specially your grounding.

3.0 ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?
      For a typical antenna set-up the good grounding is just the mass..o ung tubo.
      but if you have the luxury of a really good grounding ung pwede kang magbaon ng ground sa lupa would be the best.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: alexanderthegreat on July 22, 2014, 08:33:46 PM
PUPHAM RCG

Polytechnic University of the Philippines Help Assists and Mobilize Radio Communication Group

Iba pa ba ito sa DX1 PUP? anyway kun kayo din ito 73 and 88 to you guys.. :)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: KENL on August 31, 2014, 06:28:33 PM
I was told that ENGLISH is the international language for Amateur Radio. I've posted for some help elsewhere on the forum about getting into AR but I'm worried as I don't speak local language. Many posts here, which might benefit a beginner, I cannot read.

Will I have a problem in the Philippines with language?

Thanks, hope someone can read this and reply!
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on August 31, 2014, 07:22:35 PM
I'd say 98% of Filipinos speak English, altho most are shy.  And 1% on top of the 98% of Filipinos understand English even if they can't speak it.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on September 03, 2014, 05:06:19 PM
KENL, hi, try this link:http://para.org.ph/
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: turt1136 on June 06, 2015, 03:34:01 PM
Sino taga pasig jan,,, pajoin naman sa gruop nyo,,,
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: robertojrperez on December 04, 2015, 02:39:22 PM
CQ CQ CQ.. de DW1YQP of DX1ACE.

Mabuhay and 73 to all!
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on December 04, 2015, 05:35:53 PM
73s
KC5LSZ
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: salbahis on May 27, 2016, 11:03:22 AM
(https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xpl1/v/t1.0-9/10401145_1197167906960598_6189777156393657175_n.jpg?oh=5d0e0ea2e71f41feb5a2cccd9ccfd854&oe=57E1B8BB&__gda__=1472642079_b519f884f4f7c8ccc70e4f5b89c185f2)

DX7CBU
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: dasaint on December 22, 2016, 11:09:22 AM
Hi I got my NTC  Technician License and slow building up my rig for VHF and HF operations. Can  anyone recommend a club I can join ?  PARA says I have to affiliated with a club before I can be a part of PARA .

Appreciate any leads 
73s all around
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on December 22, 2016, 12:22:03 PM
Where are you located?  There might be a local club near you.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: rrliao on January 05, 2017, 06:13:17 PM
during typhoons and other calamities ang ham radio lang ang reliable. ang mga cellsite ng mga cellphone nad da down kung  masira yung tower at na uubos ang back up battery. halos mga ham radio ay 12VDC at kayang suplayan ng mga battery ng sasakyan at ng solar. madali din e setup ang ham radio
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on January 05, 2017, 06:50:59 PM
Yes, we have a topic here by Bravokilko (BK) which discusses emergencies like Tacloban.

Click this:
http://www.elab.ph/forum/index.php?topic=42557.msg795976#msg795976 (http://www.elab.ph/forum/index.php?topic=42557.msg795976#msg795976)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on January 10, 2017, 01:14:22 PM
Super, e ready mo yung VHF mo. I will make the antenna for you, gratis et amore.  Yagi I mena. 3 or 5 element. Ako bahala. Mayroon ako new materials na ang element covered with durable insulator. Look around the cables used by cable companies. May solid sa centro, then alum na jaket about1/2 inch, then had plastic. Weatherproof. Eto and gamitin kong elements. Pati boom pweydi rins...gamma match.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Warstg_20 on January 30, 2017, 09:55:55 AM
Super, e ready mo yung VHF mo. I will make the antenna for you, gratis et amore.  Yagi I mena. 3 or 5 element. Ako bahala. Mayroon ako new materials na ang element covered with durable insulator. Look around the cables used by cable companies. May solid sa centro, then alum na jaket about1/2 inch, then had plastic. Weatherproof. Eto and gamitin kong elements. Pati boom pweydi rins...gamma match.

tita BK

mga magka-ano kaya lahat gagastusin pagtayo ng antenna, mayroon na po ako transceiver cignus uv-85

tsaka pa-guide po kung ano magandang gawin pagmalagay ng base sa bahay, at mga tips sa pagmaintain..

marami pong salamat
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on February 02, 2017, 12:33:08 PM
War, start with a 20 foot GI pipe na may guy wires, unless may water tank kayo sa bahay. For antenna, start with an easily constructed quarter wave antenna. Brass copper welding rod ang gamit namin. Surebal, derecho and RG58 coax sa antenna, center to the whip and braid to ground. JUST MAKE SURE GROUNDED TO EARTH YUNG GI PIPE MO. Kung tamaan ng kidlat, straight to the
ground.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: mykel07 on March 13, 2017, 01:29:03 PM
hi new here...currently both cignus uv95 last sunday. nun kabataan ko nauso tong two way radio gamit ko dati icom v68.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on March 13, 2017, 01:41:34 PM
Would like to "hear" more from you....
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: sundancekid on April 19, 2017, 02:05:53 PM
I was told that ENGLISH is the international language for Amateur Radio. I've posted for some help elsewhere on the forum about getting into AR but I'm worried as I don't speak local language. Many posts here, which might benefit a beginner, I cannot read.

Will I have a problem in the Philippines with language?

Thanks, hope someone can read this and reply!

hello, i don't think you would have problem speaking english when in the Philippines as most Filipinos speaks english (maybe around 99%). though the Philippines has a lot of local regional dialects, most of them will speak in english if requested to do so. hope this helps :)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: sundancekid on April 19, 2017, 02:10:13 PM
I Will try to response based on my SUBJECTIVE experience lang...since this is my long time hobby already.

1.0 ano po yung ideal height ng atenna? ilang kilometers ang maabot nito?
      If base station, height is might.  The higher the better. 
      If the antenna is not being blocked by any firewall or neighboring tall buildings...base to base malayo din. 
      Let say a typical 2 floor residencial appartment and a 30ft antenna mass...Tondo Manila as reference,
      you can reach as far sa Pampanga to the North and Batangas to the South.  If the receiving station have
      a good and a high set-up maybe more farther.

      But for base to portable...is another story and depende na rin sa point of communication nyo.  Sometimes
      even very near kung may dead spot and splattrer, hindi na rin kayo magkadinigan.

2.0 oki na ba tong f23 na antenna? alam ko lng na omnidirectional RF Radiation ito..
      Should be ok kung original ung nabili mo.  Always measure your SWR.
      Pag original laging nakatono na yan.  But still for safety you need to double check your SWR reading.
      If you got a high SWR reading, check your connection specially your grounding.

3.0 ano po ang proper grounding ng antenna for CB radio?
      For a typical antenna set-up the good grounding is just the mass..o ung tubo.
      but if you have the luxury of a really good grounding ung pwede kang magbaon ng ground sa lupa would be the best.

in addition to suggestions posted here, a very important tool in installing an antenna is your SWR meter. this measures the impedance of your feed line (coaxial cable) and your antenna. you need to measure the SWR reading of your antenna when connecting your radio to ensure a reliable and efficient operation. a high SWR meter reading will destroy your radio. you can google around regarding SWR meter or ask the help of someone who is knowledgeable in installing antennas. hope this help. :)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: yuna.nimus on May 27, 2017, 02:28:54 PM
Hi.. i have a domestic flight in the PH soon. Pwede po ba ilagay sa carry-on ang radio? I'm thinking that I would probably have to remove the antenna (to save some space)..
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on May 27, 2017, 08:51:00 PM
Domestic flight- meaning you are already inside the Phils.  I don't see any harm in doing so but if you are questioned or confronted about it or disallowed, just be ready to check it in.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on February 19, 2018, 10:39:55 AM
Sus, mag isang taon n itong thread. Buhaying natin. Hello everyone. 73's....
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: cabz24 on April 23, 2018, 03:06:10 PM
Hi, I am a newbie, I am thinking of buying a Cignus UV85 or a Baofeng UV6R... which would you recomend mga sir? I would llike to have something to use during convoys and mountain hiking, also if we are in divisoria and magkahiwalay namimili ni misis... :)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Super zHero on April 23, 2018, 08:46:08 PM
Keep in mind that Amateur radios need licences.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on April 24, 2018, 09:45:49 AM
Dami sa Div. Lazada marami din. Mayron matibay ang casing na Baofeng. Teka lang.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on April 24, 2018, 09:55:31 AM
(https://www.seaslugteam.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/51ZvE18P02BL.jpg)
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on April 24, 2018, 09:56:47 AM
Hanapin mo ang review sa internet. It has a sturdy case, the problem of the other models.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on April 24, 2018, 10:01:02 AM
(https://www.mybenta.com/img/5119267.jpg)


UV82HP is taller.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on April 24, 2018, 10:03:37 AM
(https://www.mybenta.com/img/4488199.jpg)


Battery taller. Higher capacity. 7-8 watts output nito.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: Joysan on October 26, 2018, 04:13:58 PM
Any group in rizal area that i can monitor on air 73
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on November 05, 2018, 08:22:39 AM
Just turn on your radio and scan. Dami dyan from as far as Cavite, Caloocan, Lucena na ma pick up mo Jay.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on January 05, 2019, 07:13:41 AM
pwede pa po ba maki buhay dito sa thread? 

Baofeng user pero 888 lang gamit......
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on January 10, 2019, 09:26:23 AM
Hello, Amad (that is the name of my grand uncle). Yes, buhayin natin. Location mo. Yung 888 mo related ba yan as 555 sardinas? Joke lang. VHF ba yan? I have VHF that could pump 45 watts. I could hit you if you are in Metro Manila maybe and has an antenna. My antenna 30 feet up broke si I ma using a simple dipole sa bakod.

Let me hear from you.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: DrKalikot2018 on January 10, 2019, 09:02:28 PM
@ Bravo Kilo. Anong frequency gamit nyo jan sa DU1 ?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on January 11, 2019, 10:21:59 AM
Dok, matagal na off air ako. Hinahanap ko na lang kausap. No fixed channel. May nasty , may mababait, may bakla.

Tell me your location and mobile number. I can contact yuou via cp muna, then we choose a clean channel.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on January 15, 2019, 10:55:46 AM
Hello, Amad (that is the name of my grand uncle). Yes, buhayin natin. Location mo. Yung 888 mo related ba yan as 555 sardinas? Joke lang. VHF ba yan? I have VHF that could pump 45 watts. I could hit you if you are in Metro Manila maybe and has an antenna. My antenna 30 feet up broke si I ma using a simple dipole sa bakod.

Let me hear from you.

Hi sir BK

Yung nabibili lang po ito sa raon, gamit lang namin kapag nag i install nang mga solar panels
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on January 16, 2019, 09:51:12 AM
Amad, I started in 1978 with just a porable radio, Yaesu. Everybody thought I had a base. I was only putting 5 watts. The antenna is a very big factor kahit 5 watts. In HF, amateurs talk to each other using QRP radios which can be as low as 100 MW. The low side of the icom dati was 2 watts.

The Chinese radios are working well but their durability is an issue. Motorola has the best casing. Icom is midway. Ok na. Avoid those with digital displays. The readout is the first to go. I have friends who have Icoms with bad readout na. I kept a pair of 02N na de kamot, thumbwheel. NO LCD na madali masira. Go for manual. However, the better portables are those I mentioned, the UV82 in my previous post which has digital display.

The solution when the read out is damaged is to have a scanner at home. Push the transmit and you will the frequency you are in. Or if you have a second unit with a goods display. It can be the scanner.

In can be converted pero ma trabajo, converted to  thumbwheel. Parejo lang ang synthesizer nila. Motorola lahat yan kahit ICOM ang radyo.

Tell me you location is I can touch base with you sa radio but give your CP number kahit sa PM......so I can text you first then we try to contact each other.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on January 17, 2019, 05:27:05 AM
Hi sir BK

PM sent for my contact....


Subscribe din ako sa isa mo pa thread
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on February 13, 2019, 04:28:37 PM
buhayin ulit natin to.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on February 14, 2019, 09:48:17 AM
Shoot AMADJ. Dito lang ako and si Super Z.

In fact, I have expertise in building TX and RX from single tannies to digital like for RC. I just need people interested and serious.

LOTS TO PASS ON. Bring them in......
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: >>>^¿¿¿^<<< on February 14, 2019, 09:46:22 PM
Sir bk ano gamit para sa freq scanner?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on February 18, 2019, 08:41:03 AM
You mean what a freq scanner is for. Well, you  an listen in over a wide range of frequency and know anong malakas sa area mo. You can earvesdrop. You can use it to know what your TX freq. is. It is a multi band receiver.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: >>>^¿¿¿^<<< on February 18, 2019, 10:44:24 PM
I mean ano gamit mong freq scanner dati kasi ang nakikita ko ay base radio pero sineset sa scan mode para sa mga buhay na linya continous scanning lang.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on February 21, 2019, 09:36:45 AM
Tama ka Tanong Sis. Yung mga radio may scanning feuture pero limited dun sa range of frquencies.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on May 08, 2019, 06:06:07 PM
May mga active freq bo ba na nasa range nang baofeng 888s?
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on March 26, 2020, 07:50:59 PM
wala na pala ito...
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: bravokilo on March 27, 2020, 10:20:57 AM
Sis, I suspect amny who bought th 888 are using it either directly in a small group with no outside antenna. or, if they do, it is low just for themselves. Or, they just do no entertain outsiders. Mostly I ould think they use it ffor security guards.

*** is in UHF. I am in VHF and I hear many stations and even talk to some. You can get the UV82 or any dual band. But if you want to QSO, put an outside base antenna.

I recommend the Slim Jim or if you have height, even a quarter wave "ting ting". What is your location?

You may contCT ME VIA CP: 0933275 5010.
Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: >>>^¿¿¿^<<< on March 29, 2020, 06:16:03 PM
888 ay pang 2km lang yata so small area lang coverage parang sa ad nila upto 5km. Minsan maririnig ko sa logistic lang mga hardware store. sir bk kaya ba ng 25watter from luzon tail hanggang sa inyo? with outside antenna.

Title: Re: Amateur Radio Groups
Post by: amadjo01 on March 30, 2020, 08:54:59 PM
Hi Everyone,

i am not sure kung dual band itong gamit ko na 888s nang baofeng, pero may naka save ako na img file, na na download over internet, at yung channel 1 to 7 at naka VHF, i will try kung pwede ko baguhin ang freq, then i will try to share kung umubra using chirp software...