Welcome to the Radio-Scouting pages.
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Planned Scout Radio stations in the coming months (details will be added as soon as available):
|Date||Call Sign||Event||Country||QTH||station manager|
|27 July - 3 August||GB75RH||Walesby World Experience 2013||United Kingdom||Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire|
|15 – 24 July||K2BSA||National Jamboree||United States||Summit Bechtel Reserve|
|25 July – 4 August||National Jamboree BdP||Germany||Immenhausen|
|28 July – 8 August||16th Nippon Jamboree||Japan||Yamaguchi|
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Several amateur radio bands have designated frequencies where Scout stations can meet. Of course, the whole authorized band can be used for Scout contacts, howver, to easily find Scout stations, listen in on the following Scout frequencies:
Welcome to our on-line library. Here you can find all sorts of programme resource material. It can be used to prepare your JOTA weekend or for other occasions, e.g. large summer camps.
Amateur radio stations have been set up at each World Scout Jamboree since 1957. They provided a live-link from the Jamboree to the home countries of the participants, directly over short-wave radio. For many years, this was the only direct contact back home a Scout could have.
The World Jamboree radio stations provided a glimpse of the Jamboree live to other Scouts world-wide as part of the Join-in-Jamboree programme. Ths station team also ran daily programmes for the Scouts on the Jamboree site. To many of them, their first encounter with short-wave radio.
A radio-scouting seminar is held in Europe every 3 or 4 years. Participants from all over Europe discuss JOTA organisation, devise further policies and exchange radio-scouting ideas and views. Participants are National JOTA Organisers, International Commisioners and National team members.