The 1st IARU Region 3 YOTA Camp 2020

Thailand Situation

 

Objective

• Build future leaders and ambassadors of amateur radio promoting.
• Give the skills to young people to stimulate similar activities in their home country.
• Understand what Amateur Radio is, how to become one, role & responsibilities.
• Understand IARU roles & responsibilities in Amateur radio societies.
• To gain a broader understanding of the many aspects of amateur radio such as electronics, antenna system, ARDF, Amateur radio satellites, digital mode, emergency and space communication.
• To develop mutual understanding of other cultures.
• To develop English language and presentation skills.
• Team building & team-based work.

Program

Team

Jakkree Hantongkom, Ph.D. HS1FVL
Director of IARU Region 3 and RAST President
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Apiwat Jirawattanaphol HS4SCI
International Coordinator
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Wanlop Tadsri : HS6MYW
Thailand Coordinator
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Kitsada Achinphattra E21FYK
Registrations
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Pakorn Watanachaturaporn, Ph.D. HS1EFA
Program Coordinator
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Pimchanok Palakawongse Na Ayudhaya : E23PKO
Safety & Security
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Kochawan Chantanoo E25KFR
Emergency Medical Services
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Sarawut Puratakang E24OYI
Webmaster
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How to get to the venue

Flight booking recommendation and shuttle bus service.

Airport:

            Greater Bangkok have two airports one is Suvarnabhumi Airport in Samut Prakan province and another one is Don Mueang International Airport in Don Muang district, Bangkok.

       Free shuttle buses service is provided for participates from both airports to the hotel but we recommend Suvarnabhumi Airport because close to the hotel and way to venues. 


Arrival flight recommendation
:
                 Land between 12pm – 8pm on 30 September 2020

Departure flight recommendation::
                Flight check-in after 6pm on 3 October 2020

 Shuttle bus to the hotel schedule:
                Suvarnabhumi Airport: 12pm – 8pm on 30 September 2020 at the Meeting Point Zone, Arrival hall gate 3.*
               
                Don Mueang International Airport:
 12pm – 8pm on 30 September 2020 at the Meeting Point Zone, Terminal 1 arrival hall exit 5.*

*RAST staffs will be presented and holding sign YOTA2020 at the arrival gate 

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Don Mueang International Airport

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About Us

Did you ever think about the future of amateur radio? Will the hobby change with time and adapt to modern technology? Will the hobby still exist in 20 years, or will it be obsolete? How many active operators will still be on the air in the next decades? We are talking about the future of amateur radio!

Did you ever think about the future of amateur radio? Will the hobby change with time and adapt to modern technology? Will the hobby still exist in 20 years, or will it be obsolete? How many active operators will still be on the air in the next decades? We are talking about the future of amateur radio!

Youngsters on the air is a highly motivated group of people of all ages and from all over the world working together tightly to make sure that there will still be somebody to answer your CQ call in the future. We ensure that there is a next generation of amateur radio enthusiasts which bring new energy into the hobby. The future of amateur radio rests on the shoulders of Youngsters On The Air but without your support amateur radio might die out in the next decades.

We bring together youngsters at events such as the YOTA summer camp where they learn and exchange about all aspects of amateur radio. Apart from this they learn how to get more youngsters interested in the hobby so that the ham radio youth community will grow at an even faster rate.