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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#101 Post by miek » Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:24 pm

RAE 2009-2 Result is out today.
For those who was sitting that exam please check http://rae.skmm.gov.my.
Congratulations for those passes the exams. Start to chose your callsign.
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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#102 Post by sulphur » Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:20 am

imantulen wrote:....heard that the passing rate is for every 1 pass, 2 other fails......
Since you have passed, I wonder who were the 2 unlucky persons.
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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#103 Post by imantulen » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:08 pm

sulphur wrote:Since you have passed, I wonder who were the 2 unlucky persons.
Hahahahaaa.... looks like MCMC is no longer as 'transparent' as before.... you can only check your own results now, not like before.....

did you know that in the previous test - 8 dato's registered, 6 sat for it & all 6 passed (100%), 2 were absent so didn't pass.....

same goes for the one before that - 4 datuks registered, 3 sat & passed (100%) while 1 was absent...

so, you really wanna pass, make sure that you're Dato/ Datuk quality....... :finga:
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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#104 Post by dvpro » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:13 pm

So you didn't pass, did you? :-k
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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#105 Post by imantulen » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:14 pm

we did, we did.... both Sulphur & me, though old but like old ginger, we passed...... \:D/ :rock:

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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#106 Post by dvpro » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:33 pm

I didn't notice you're given Datukship already, anyway congratulations. :supz:
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#107 Post by imantulen » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:35 pm

hahahahaaaaa.... like your hairstyle.... didn't noticed it the last time round...

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#108 Post by halia_merah » Wed Sep 22, 2010 11:19 pm

hai!
is this topic still active?

9W2HEX check!!

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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#109 Post by tlchuan » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:39 pm

Welcome on board and salam kontek perdana :mrgreen:
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Re: Amateur Radio a.k.a ham radio

#110 Post by jwkong » Fri Aug 05, 2011 2:38 am

BTW seniors,

can anyone enlighten me with the walkie talkie on the market nowadays?

i saw there is a lot of walkie ranging over RM200 which are programmable. But most of it is UHF 400MHZ to 480MHZ.

some is VHF 140MHZ to something and some is combine of UHF and VHF and of course the price is RM1000 above.

Actually which one is which one?
For example Kenwood TK3107 is keypadless and uses UHF but i heard it is not really from Kenwood cos Kenwood dont have such model. Is this true? how can i differential between the original from Kenwood or not original?

And another is that some keypad radio can let us to program the frequency ourself but i dont know which one is which coz there are some walkie talkie with keypad but dunno what the keypad for.

Can seniors advice me on these?

thank you so much..

btw... how to become a hamster?

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