Public Consultation Paper on Proposed Malaysia’s Positions for WRC-15 Agenda Items


The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) invites submissions from industry participants, interested parties and members of the public on the views and positions in this Public Consultation Paper (“PC Paper”) concerning the Proposed Malaysia’s Positions for World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) Agenda Items. WRC-15 Agenda Items relate to the identification and international harmonisation of radiofrequency spectrum. In this PC paper the MCMC sets out the views on issues to be discussed at the conference to facilitate the development and growth of the communications and multimedia industry.

Written submission on the above matter can be provided to MCMC, either in hardcopy or electronic form at the following address and/or through email by 12.00 noon, 9 July 2015.

The Chairman
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission
MCMC Tower 1, Jalan Impact
63000 Cyberjaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Attention : NPWG-15 Secretariat
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Telephone : +60 3 86 88 80 00
Fax. : +60 3 83 18 81 81

Berbuka Puasa with orphanage Limpahan Kasih in Puchong

Hi All,

[This piece is written by Azhar Rais (9W2AXE)]

Berbuka Puasa with orphanage Limpahan Kasih in Puchong with Amateur Radio and 4wheel drive group.

DATE: 28 TH June 2015 SUNDAY

Eight years ago we organized a buka puasa at this orphanage and took the children for a joy ride on 4x4 WD . They enjoyed it so much that they requested for us to do it again. They also enjoyed learning about Amateur Radio. There are about 100 orphans age 14 to 18 .(60% girls and 40 %boys) their website

We would like to invite : -

· ‪#‎Anyone‬ with 4WD to join and take them for joy ride nearby.
· #Amatuer Radio gang who want to help out (especially the former Alibaba group - it will be a nice reunion to meet old friends)

Program :
5.00pm : joy ride for the orphans on 4x4 WD
6.00pm-7.00pm : Amateur Radio Demo on 9M2RKK (147.980Mhz/ -0.6 / 203.5Mhz)
7.30 PM : Buka puasa ( special set dinner with lamb and Nasi Arab)

Please email / sms below if you are attending so that we can estimate the food for the caterers. For those with 4WD and want to take the kids for joy ride please contact me 9W2AXE Azhar

Looking forward to meet old friend (Eye ball !) as its been a long time. Open to all race and do bring the family. Those want to contribute and volunteer help out do contact me. The Map of the place is attached.
Looking forward to meet you all soon.

Contact :
9W2AXE -Azhar : HP 019 2225724 sms/ whatapp , email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Rose : HP SMS / Whatsapp to 013 5882208

Pusat Pendidikan Limpahan Kasih. Alamat, Lot 115, Lorong Bistari 3, Kampuang Seri Aman, Batu 13, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.


Congratulations to our new (and returning) Council members.


Results from the election for the 2015-2017 term are:

PRESIDENT           9M2IR




TREASURER          9W2PD


COUNCIL 1           9W2WWW

COUNCIL 2           9W2ZF

COUNCIL 3           9M2AGC


Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Malaysian Amateur Radio Transmitters' Society will be held at the Conference Room , Kompleks Sukan MSN Setiawangsa, Jalan Wangsa Perdana , Seksyen 5, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, 30th May 2015 at 10.00 am. (GPS 03.11.58 N, 101.44.57 E)


1. Address by the President of the Society

Coffee Break

2. To Receive Council's Report for 2014

3. To receive the Treasurer's Report and the Audited Accounts of 2013 & 2014

4. Election of office bearers for MARTS Council 2015-2017

5. To Discuss any other matters of which at least seven (7) days' notice in writing has been given to the secretary

CM Thiam 9M2CJ


Membership Fee Renewal

The annual membership fee for 2015 is due for payment. Kindly forward your payment to our correspondence address, or direct bankin to our Maybank (A/c No: 5140-9322-0696) and email a copy of the bankin slip to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for issuance of receipts.

9M2LR Richard Lye passed away

9M2LR Richard Lye passed away peacefully this morning (13 January 2015) at the Penang General Hospital.

He has been a ham for the last 25 years. Always ever ready to help new hams in their hobby. He was a teacher in Nibong Tebal and was a scout hemaster in the school. Even after retirement he was still active in scouting by helping out in Jota activities. He will be greatly missed in the ham fraternity and may he rest in peace.

Radio Amatur membantu waktu diperlukan

IARU Region 3, Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Formalize Relationship

IARU Region 3, Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Formalize Relationship

International Amateur Radio Union Region 3 (IARU-R3) and the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) have concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at establishing collaboration between the two bodies in areas of mutual interest. IARU Region 3 Chairman Gopal Madhavan, VU2GMN, and APT Secretary-General Toshiyuki Yamada signed the MOU on their respective organizations’ behalf. Headquartered in Thailand, APT is one of the six regional telecommunication organizations involved in spectrum-allocation policy, as well as in fostering development of telecommunication services and information infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific Region. As do CEPT in Europe and CITEL in the Americas, APT’s 38 member administrations hold a series of meetings in advance of a World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) to develop a regional perspective on the conference agenda items. WRC-2015 will be held in Geneva next fall.

IARU Region 3 has been sending a representative and submitting information documents to APT meetings for a number of years. The new MOU formalizes the working relationship between the two regional entities and ensures that the IARU, through its Region 3 organization, will be able to make its positions known to APT.

APT was founded in 1979 on the joint initiatives of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). It is the central intergovernmental organization for information and communications technology in the Asia-Pacific Region. It operates in conjunction with telecom service providers, manufacturers of communications equipment, and research and development organizations active in the field of communication, information and innovation technologies.


In support of the new Marts constitution, the present MARTS council under Hj. Aris' leadership considered the life membership scheme, started many years back (initially as a means of accumulating funds for a clubhouse, so we were told), did not get us anywhere near the intended objective.

Although some funds were collected and remain in MARTS' bank account, this had been gradually diluted by the many councils that came into office, used for one or the other purposes. For too many years also, MARTS had been maintaining the same membership fees and with these membership numbers somewhat declined, with some members having resigned, and with some still stubbornly remaining in default of paying their dues till today, the state of MARTS' finances started to look very daunting.