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JOTA JOTI YOTA Brandmeister 907

November 2018 to November 2019


The 907 Talk Groups will be used so Children can talk worldwide with each other. Under the correct supervision, as outline in each countries Amateur radio T&C for letting non Amateurs use your equipment on air. (Each County does differ so do read your rules)
Most Countries you require a Full Amateur Radio Licence See rules below


The Talk Groups is for Scouting, Girl Guides, Youth Groups, Schools and many more off the outlets that work with the younger generation.

(Talk Groups Open 24/7 365 days a year)

 


 

Please make sure you have all 10
Talk Groups below in your radio.

Please use Time Slot 1

Talk Group Name Channel Name
Language Area
907 907 Call Channel
English
Call Channel (QSY to a TAC Channel)
9071 TAC 1 Channel 1
Any North America and the Caribbean
9072 TAC 2 Channel 2
Any South America
9073 TAC 3 Channel 3
Any Europe 1
9074 TAC 4 Channel 4
Any Europe 2 / Russia and CIS
9075 TAC 5 Channel 5
Any South west Asia and Northern Africa
9076 TAC 6 Channel 6
Any Africa South of the Sahara
9077 TAC 7 Channel 7
Any South and South east Asia
9078 TAC 8 Channel 8
Any Australia/New Zealand/Pacific Rim
918 Yota Channel 9 Call
Any All





Talk Group Na me Language Area
50297 JOTA Malaysia Malaysian Malaysia
50298 JOTA
Malaysia Malaysian Malaysia






You will see we have two call channels 907 and 918


Please use English on the Calling Channel 907.
TAC channels can be used by any Language.
If a TAC Talk Group is free you can use.

You must check that a Talk Group is free before using. This can be via the Last Heard 907 or
after connecting to a Talk Group, By asking is this Talk Group Free.
Amateur radio rules on moving Frequency/Channels etc apply.

Please use Slot 1 so we do not have bridging issues.


Link Last Heard 907 to 9078 & 918

Link Last Heard 50297 & 50298


Simple Rules for 907 to 9078 & 918
1. Follow your Countries rules on letting non Amateur radio users on the Air.
Most Countries you require a Full Amateur Radio Licence.
2. Each Countries rules for Amateur radio apply.
3. Callsing must be given out under the rules of your Amateur radio Licence (Default 15min).
4. Children must not be left unattended while on the Air at Any Time.

5. Priority Traffic to Groups with Kids wanting to talk.
6. While Contact is being made between groups, all others should not call CQ.
7. A Three ( 3 ) second pause should be left between overs.
This is required for the Networks/Masters/Bridges to reset.
8, Please use English on the Calling Channel 907.
9. After contact is made on 907 or 918 please move to a TAC Channel.
10. DO NOT site on the Call Channel 907 or 918 for a QSO.
11. Contests must use the TAC Channels. NOT the 907 Calling Channel
12. Only the above Talk Groups can be used.
13. All Amateur radio Operators can call in under the rules of your Amateur radio Licence.

Fare use
A. Call out your group callsing and info. How many kids you have willing to talk. Then :--
Call out what TAC/Channel you will be moving to, for the QSO.
B. You must check that a Talk Group is free before using. This can be via the Last Heard 907 or
after connecting to a Talk Group, By asking is this Talk Group Free.
Amateur radio rules on moving Frequency/Channels etc apply.
C. All Talk Groups (TAC) can be used as calling channels.
D. TAC channels can be used by any Language.
E. If a TAC Talk Group is free you can use.

Radios and Hotspots
a. Radio must have all the above 10 Talk Groups programmed in for any/all events.
c. Time Slot 1 must be used only, so we do not have bridging issues.
d. Testing Equipment must be done on a Free TAC channel (Not Call Channels).
e. Each Country has a Echo / Parrot Talk Group you can use for testing.
f. Hotspots must be set up correct. Hotspot Users BER rate.
g. Look under Useful Links for help and advice.

Bridges/Gateways
1. Use the TAC channels only.

 

Site update last 3rd November 2018