forex trading logo

MyMARES Mailing List

For OFFICIALLY REGISTERED MARES CLUB MEMBERS ONLY!

Our Contact Info

President:
Ashwar 9W2FG
Secretary:
Fahroe 9W2BBS
Treasurer:
Hazali 9W2ZLH
Education:
Mutalib 9M2SQL
EmComm:
emergency@mares.org.my

Web:
www.mares.org.my
Email:
info[at]mares.org.my

Society Profile:
MARES Profile

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 8124
Pejabat Pos Kelana Jaya
46782 Kelana Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan

Club House:
4A, Jalan Tinggi (6/12)
Seksyen 6,
46000 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Map:
Click here to view map.
Note:
Our club house is not manned during weekdays. Please email us for inquiries..


Club House GPS Coordinate:
N3° 05ʹ 40.9ʺ E101° 38ʹ 57.3ʺ (WGS84)

MY Ham Clubs


MARES is a member of

MARES Affliates




Malaysian Ham Radio Club











Regional Ham Society












Search more at


Home Repeaters
Ham Repeaters
Repeater Frequencies for 9M4RME - Up and Running
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Monday, 07 November 2011 09:11
The repeater group is pleased to informed that the mobile repeater 9M4RME is up and running. This repeater is installed at Bkt.Gasing, Petaling Jaya and is triggerable at the following frequency.

Frequency : 147.775 Mhz.
Offset : 3.5 Mhz
Tone : 123.00 Hz
Tx output : 5 watts

Please note that this repeater is an experimental station and its existence is not to compete with big brother 9M4RES but in many ways to complement it. 9M4RME provides coverage for up to 30 Km radius from Bkt.Gasing and is primarily intended to,

1) Provide voice communication for hams within its reach, with special emphasis for low power and mobile operations.
2) Serve as a community repeater to encourage more people to get involved with radio and foster close neighbourhood co-operations, eg rukun tetangga etc.
3) Provide a learning ground for younger people esp. school children to start a good hobby. Radio can come in handy for Boys Scouts, Girl Guides, sports and other school related activities.
4) For the technically inclined ham members, share and gain knowledge on repeater set-ups and get an insight of the technicalities of the operations with guidance from the experienced.
5) Provide a gateway for connection to Voice-over-IP and tap into the wealth of resources and information over the internet.
6) Remote control and connection to other groups and systems via DTMF over the air. 7) Encourage digital mode communications on VHF in line with our aspirations to be a communication service provider in emergencies.

....and the list goes on...

The group debated at length on the coverage area, and although there are rooms for further improvements, it has been decided that for now it is status quo. Extended area of coverage is not the main agenda here. What we seek is a clean, clear communication using simple but effective tools. We want to encourage the learning process more than just exchanges of signal reports, hi...

Please feel free to comment. All Feedbacks in Yahoo Group please.

73 from
Technical and Repeater Bureau
 
Berita Terkini Repeater Repeater 9M4RES & 9M4RME
Written by 9W2BBS Fahroe Ibrahim   
Sunday, 06 November 2011 21:57
9M4RES akan mula beroperasi mulai Isnin (12/6/06) petang. Sila maklum penukaran frekuensi. Repeater ini bertempat di Genting seperti biasa.

9M4RES
Rx 145.550 Mhz.
Tx 144.950 Mhz. (offset -600 Khz)
Tone : 123.0Hz

9M4RME Mobile repeater akan beroperasi pada hari berikutnya dari Pantai Panaroma, tujuan memberi coverage utk kawasan PJ, Shah Alam, Petaling, Serdang, Bangi, setengah-setengah tempat di KL dan sekitarnya.

9M4RME
Rx 147.675 Mhz.
Tx 144.175 Mhz. (offset -3.5 Mhz)
Tone : 123.0Hz


Sila warwarkan kepada rakan2 yang tidak ada internet dan standby di frekuensi tersebut apabila rakan2 membuat cubaan pada hari di atas.

73,
Harap maklum.
 
New tone and shift for 9M4RES
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Sunday, 06 November 2011 21:57
The Technical Bureaus wished to announced that the tone for 9M4RES has been changed as follows:-

New settings for 9M4RES - 145.550 Mhz
Shift: -0.600 Tone: 123.0 Hz


Please change your settings in your equipment accordingly.
 
MARTS Repeater
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Sunday, 06 November 2011 21:56
The following are VHF & UHF repeaters installed the length of peninsular Malaysia maintained MARTS.  Courtesy of MARTS

LocationFreq (MHz)
Offset (MHz)
CTCSS (Hz)
Call SignLatitudeLongitude
Altitude (m)
Putra Palace Hotel
Kangar, Perlis
147.980-0.600
203.59M2RMKN6°26.39'E100°12.11' 
Bukit Bendera
Penang island
147.800
-0.600
203.5
9M4RPH
N5°25.28'
E100°16.05'
830
Bukit Penara
Penang island
147.950-0.600
203.59M2RBBN5°22.45'E100°15.40'600
Gunung Kledang
Ipoh, Perak
145.775-0.600
203.5 9M2RKVN4°35.24'
E100°00.42'800
Gunung Ulu Kali
southern Pahang
147.900-0.600203.5 9M2RUKN3°26.00'E101°47.00'1,772
Bukit Lanjan
Kuala Lumpur
147.980
-0.600203.5
9M2RKK N3°10.44'E101°36.47' 
Bukit Lanjan
Kuala Lumpur
439.600
-5.000
203.5
9M2RKL
N3°10.44'E101°36.47' 
Gunung Telapa Buruk
Negeri Sembilan
145.625
-0.600203.59M2RTB
N2°50.28'E102°04.14'1,193
Gunung Ledang
northern Johor
145.525
-0.600
203.5
9M2RGL
N2°12.00'E103°11.00'1,276
Bukit Benang
Batu Pahat, Johor
145.700-0.600
203.5
9M2RBP
   
Gunung Pulai
southern Johor
145.725 -0.600203.5
9M2RGP
N1°28.00'E103°46.00'654
Menara PKINK
Kota Bharu, Kelantan
147.650-0.600
203.59M4RDAN6°07.29'E102°14.24' 
Bukit Keluang
Besut, Terengganu
147.975
-0.600 203.5
9WW481 N5°47.59'E102°36.59' 
Gunung Kinabalu
Ranau, Sabah
147.900-0.600203.59M6RGKN6°03.33'E116°33.46'3,000
Bukit Bendera
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
145.650
-0.600
203.5
9M6RBB
N5°59.10'
E116°04.44'
100
 
Repeaters in Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore
Written by MARES Newsdesk   
Sunday, 06 November 2011 21:55

Indonesia

Location Output Frequency Input Frequency Tone (Hz) Callsign Remarks
 Sepirok Tapanuli 145.630 MHz 145.030 MHz

 

   
 G. Simanjarunjong 145.000 MHz 145.600 MHz      
 Sipisopiso 146.030 MHz 146.630 MHz      
 Labuhan Batu 146.050 MHz 146.650 MHz      
 Bdr. Baru
 Sumatera
146.080 MHz 146.680 MHz      
 Pekan Baru
 Rumbai
146.100 MHz 146.700 MHz      
 Bagan Batu Riau 146.180 MHz 146.780 MHz      
  146.200 MHz 146.800 MHz      
 Bkt. Singgalang 146.260 MHz 146.860 MHz      
  146.280 MHz 146.880 MHz      
 Karo Sumatera 146.370 MHz 146.970 MHz      
 Ujung Batu Riau 146.620 MHz 147.220 MHz      
 Prabumoli 146.630 MHz 146.030 MHz      
 Dumai 146.820 MHz 146.220 MHz      
 G. Simanjarunjong
 Danau Toba
147.640 MHz 147.040 MHz      
 Tapanuli Utara
 Sumatera
147.770 MHz 147.170 MHz      

 

Thailand

Location Output Frequency Input Frequency Tone (Hz) Callsign Remarks
 Songkhla 145.700 MHz 145.100 MHz

 

   
 Hatyai 145.675 MHz 145.075 MHz      

 

Singapore/Brunei

Location Output Frequency Input Frequency Tone (Hz) Callsign Remarks
 Singapore 9V1 145.625 MHz 145.025 MHz

203.5 Hz

   
 Brunei 145.875 MHz 145.275 MHz      
 
 
More Articles...
« StartPrev12345NextEnd »

Page 4 of 5

Join us at...

Callsign Search @SKMM

Click SKMM logo below to search for Malaysian Amateur Radio Callsign


Membership Status

Membership Number:

Example Membership Number: 2103100111
Last DB update: 07 October 2018

Membership fee can be paid by;
- Cash directly to Treasurer, or
- Cheque/Money Order/Postal Order to PERSATUAN PERKHIDMATAN KECEMASAN RADIO AMATUR MALAYSIA, or
- Bank Deposit/Online Payment to BANK ISLAM account 14-041-01-005646-4 (PERSATUAN PERKHIDMATAN KECEMASAN RADIO AMATUR MALAYSIA) and email proof-of-payment to Treasurer.

To download the membership form for membership renewal, surf;
www.mares.org.my >> Downloads / Links >> MARES Membership Form

JPS Flood Info

Infobanjir RSS Feed

Solar-Terrestrial Data


feed-image Feed Entries

Latest News

AR Newsline

Google News - Ham

ARRL News


Copyright MARES Malaysia (C) 2015. Powered by Joomla!. Valid XHTML and CSS.