The next meeting will be held on Friday, May 17th starting at 19:00 Join us at O'Carolan's Pub in Jiyugaoka. This will be a casual meeting so come as you are and be ready to drink good Irish beer or whiskey.
Talk-in: JR1VI Repeaters, as well as IRLP Reflector 9202, WIRES Roundtable #0522D, the TIARA Echolink Conference Room, and the WIRES TIARA conference.
The Tokyo International Amateur Radio Association (TIARA) holds monthly meetings in English usually in Jiyugaoka, Tokyo. Jiyugaoka is just a few minutes from Shibuya on the Tokyu Toyoko Line, or from Oimachi on the Tokyu Oimachi Line. Meetings are held on the third Friday of most months except August (Field Day) and December (Christmas Party). The meetings are open not only to members, but other English-speaking hams and foreigners residing in or visiting Japan interested in amateur radio.
Mobile/HT talk-in frequency: 144.570 (100.0 hz tone)
TIARA members gather on 21.320 MHz at 1000 JST (0100Z) most Sundays for an informal chat. Join us! You can also participate by connecting to the *TIARA* Conference on Echolink or the 9202 Reflector on IRLP. (If the *TIARA* Echolink conference is not available, try connecting directly to JQ1YEG-L (#149125).)
|President||Arie Lukkassen JE1RYS/KI6EWA|
|Vice-President||Dan Domondon 7J1ABD/WA6URY|
|Treasurer/Secretary||Fumi OHTSUKA JF1NIW/KI4HSU|
The 7J1 mailing list on Yahoo Groups discusses topics of interest to foreign amateur operators in Japan. You can subscribe or visit the archives using the web interface or by sending a blank email to 7j1-subscribe at yahoogroups.com.
TIARA sponsors the JR1VI repeater in Tokyo. 434.980in/439.980out and 1297.980in/1292.980out, 88.5Hz subaudible tone. The repeater is typically linked to the TIARA VoIP systems.
This diagram by Katsuhiko "Kay" MOROSAWA (JH0MRP, 7K1NCP, AC5TB) shows the repeaters and VoIP network configuration. (The latest version of the diagram is always available for download.) We hope to hear you soon!
The next session will be held April 28th at the Takinogawa Higashi-Kumin Center. Information and pre-registration are available from ARRL VEC Tokyo. Start studying now! A US amateur license can be your gateway to getting a Japanese reciprocal license while you are here.
You can also check the ARRL US amateur exam registry for Japan to find other sessions.