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the World JOTA-JOTI team has been appointed:
- Hannu Rättö, OH7GIG, Deputy world JOTA Coordinator
- Ali Al-Mamari, Deputy world JOTI Coordinator (Oman)
- Jim Wilson, K5ND, World JOTA-JOTI team (USA)
- Philip Bird, World JOTA-JOTI team (UK)
- Pedro Salomao, World JOTA-JOTI team (Brazil)
- Richard Middelkoop, PA3BAR, World JOTA-JOTI Coordinator
- Yves Margot, HB9AOF, station manager HB9S (Switzerland)
latest 2013 World JOTA-JOTI report is now
available for download from our Library
at the World Scout Bureau was on the air
for the last time for JOTA ! Check
to see if you are in our logs here.
JOTA Lab is
Receive automatic update notices of the radio-scouting
news: Join the network
Do you dare to experiment ?
JOTA: Who on earth can you talk to?
far does your radio signal reach and at which
time can you contact another continent? Find
JOTA: put your radio plot map on line
the world all the radio contacts you made for
JOTA and display your actual; transmitting frequency
live on line ! Find out
the logo by right-clicking the picture and save
it to your local machine..
participating station receives a card, as a
confirmation of its participation. Ask your
National JOTA Organizer.
book for antennas pulled into the air by kites
exciting Foxhunting recipes
Puzzle games from different countries
code games Idea set for playing with the world’s
- and much more
JOTA-JOTI programme suggestions
few examples of the many programme suggestions available
in the JOTA fact
sheets (on the radio-scouting web or in printed
continuing story.... Make up a short imaginative
story of ten lines. Read it to the station with
whom you are in contact. Ask them to add the next
part to this story and pass it on to the next scout
station that they will contact. If you receive such
a story by radio from another scout group, write
it down in your station report afterwards. This
activity is also very well suited for RTTY (telex)
and packet-radio contacts.
global weather situation. Take a large wall map
of the whole world. Ask the Scouts who you speak
to, to give you the local weather report. Indicate
this on the map for the area where they are located.
A weather report in a local newspaper will show
you how to do this on a map. At the end of the weekend
you have the global weather view.
the distance of each radio contact that you make
and add them all up. Can you reach 100.000 km in
one JOTA weekend ?
a simple drawing. Give instructions by radio to
Scouts how to draw the same picture, line by line,
without telling them what the picture is. Can they
reconstruct your drawing and tell you what it is
scout patrol gets 20 metres of ordinary electrical
wire. Can they construct a "super antenna", to their
imagination, with which the radio operator can make
a contact ?
out what the local names are for "Scouts" and "Guides"
in at least ten different countries. Make a list.
to sing the first lines of a foreign song. Find
some Scouts on the radio from the country where
the song comes from. Sing their song and see if
they can join you in it. !