President Desk

5 MHZ... for amateur radio service

In 2002 we drafted demand to have portion of 5 MHz allocated to or shared to Amateur radio service. 5 Mhz is the intermediate band between 3.5 MHz and 7 MHz. We also need this band as this band is popularly used for emergency by international organization responsible for disaster relief e.g. International Committee for Red Cross, hence we can give our hand when required. However it did not go very far, only within Malaysian working group. We also ask for additional 100 KHz in 7 MHz band during this time. Hence that is why 5 MHz take the back seat. In 2015 we will again demand part of 5.25 to 5.45 to allocated (on secondary basis) to Amateur service. Agenda item 1.3 of World Radio Conference 2015. You can support the cause by stating your experience handling communication at this band, legally or otherwise. (Submit using the contact form found on the website... thank you)



MARTS will be conducting a Yagi building workshop with the following details:


Date:                      18 MAY 2013

Venue:                    MARTS Segamat Clubhouse

Yagi:                       2M (11 ele)/6M/10M

Facilitator:                9M2CIO


Those who are interested please email your details to admin by using the contact form on

the website.

ARDF Penang Open 2013

The Penang ARDF Community is organising a fox hunt on Sunday June 30th, 2013.

We would like to invite you and your fellow friends to participate in this event.

This time we will be introducing also the 80M class.

Announcement has also been made at :

 Please pass this information to others who are interested.

We would appreciate if we can get early acknowledgement.

 73 de 9M2LC - KC

Malaysian Radio Amateur Examination Series 2, 2013

Calling all SWLs throughout Malaysia, Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission has announced RAE series 2 for 2013.

Closing date for application is 10 May 2013.

Don’t miss the boat.

For further information and application form, visit:

China earthquake report #3

China earthquake report #3

The rescue and relief efforts after Saturday's southwest China Ya'an earthquake is continuing with the number of lives lost officially at 188 people, 25 are missing and 11,460 injured.

While radio amateurs continue to help with relief efforts, Fan Bin BA1RB says that public communication is back to normal in the disaster area.

He said the CRSA/CRAC no longer required 3855kHz, 7050kHz and 14270kHz as emergency communication frequencies. It expressed thanks for the support from IARU member societies and others during the disaster.

Read more: China earthquake report #3

World Amateur Radio Day


Kepada semua radio amatur, baik baru atau yang senior, radio amatur akan lebih bermakna dan relevan dengan aktiviti bersepadu walaupun di tempat yang berlainan, di tepi pantai, di dalam belukar, diatas bangunan pencakar langit atau di tepi lapangan terbang dll. Bersepadu walaupun dilaksanakan oleh orang muda, atau oleh orang lama. Semangat radio amatur mesti dikekalkan, sentiasa mahu mencuba, sentiasa mahu menyelidik dan sentiasa mahu membangunkan, tanpa melanggar undang-undang Tapi belajar lah secara tersusun dan berguru tetap pasti di perlukan.

Read more: World Amateur Radio Day