Society For The Preservation Of Amplitude Modulation
Updated: 11 Apr 2016
Aims and Objects
To preserve Amplitude Modulation as a means of Amateur Radio communication.
The Annual General Meeting is held annually at any time from May to August.
In order to keep expenses to a minimum, membership lists, financial statements, information, etc., sought by members will be sent on receipt of a stamped and addressed envelope. The information sought will be sent as soon as possible.
There are nets operating at present on AM as follows:
Friday evenings on 3.850 MHz at 8:30pm local time during daylight saving, and 8pm for the rest of the year. The net controller for this has a special callsign ZL6AM,
Sunday and Wednesday afternoons on 7.125 MHz at 4pm local time.
Those interested are urged to call "CQ AM" on 3.850 MHz AM any evening at 2000 hrs local time if they want a QSO.
Subscription is $5.00, payable once only on joining. A collection will be taken up each year at the Annual General Meeting, and donations will always be acceptable.
Prospective members should fill out the form available by clicking <<here>> or on the link to the right.
Bulletins are sent out regularly by e-mail to those who have provided their e-mail addresses. These are sent by the "blind copy" method so individual's addresses are not circulated to everyone. The bulletins include news, requests for information, parts and equipment available, parts or equipment wanted, plus anything else that might be of interest to members.
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