Amateur Radio

Operating From Beijing, People's Republic of China

Introduction


In February and March of 2003, I had the wonderful opportunity, along with my then-10-year-old daughter Barbara (KB3HAS) to travel to Beijing, and operate Amateur Radio there.

The story is astounding, and it has been a "work-in-progress" to write.

What follows is the outline of the story; I will post the rest of the story as soon as I have finished writing it.

Beijing, The Story

Operation Beijing

Getting the License

Travel over to Beijing

Beijing as a Modern City

Equipment Taken

CRSA http://www.crsa.org.cn/
Regulation by Prefecture / Province
Delegated to the CRSA

Contacting Mr. Chen Ping

Health Problems

Traveling to the CRSA Headquarters

Surrounding Sports Associations

Entering the Entrance

Observations Around the Entrance
Birds
Street Food

Meeting Mr. Chen Ping

Seeing the HQ

Seeing the Shack

RF Environment in Beijing
MW
SW
FM
Cable

Antennas in China

Emailing our Sked

Return

The Antennas

The Shack
V/UHF Icom
HF Kenwood
Rotor

Band Conditions
10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 30 40, 80, 160

Operating SSB

Operating CW

Propagation
Brats
Nothing to the US
17 Meters,

The QSL

Photography


AE3C & BA1HAM
Chinese Radio Sports Association Hamshack (BY1PK)


Chinese Radio Sports Association
HQ (BY1PK) & Antenna Farm


AE3C, KB3HAS, BA1HAM
Chinese Radio Sports Association Hamshack (BY1PK)


AE3C
Chinese Radio Sports Association HQ (BY1PK)


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