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« on: July 31, 2009, 08:46:10 PM »
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I came across this :

http://www.aeroclubofindia.org/ABOUTUS.HTM

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" Aero Club of India (ACI) is the apex body of all the flying clubs, gliding clubs and aero sports organisations in India, which are engaged in Powered Flying, Glider Flying, Skydiving, Hang Gliding, Ballooning, Microlight Flying, Parasailing, Aeromodelling and such aero sports activities.
Aero Club of India and its member flying clubs are basically non profit and non commercial organisations engaged in the task of basic training of Pilots and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

ACI is also a National Sports Federation as recognised by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.
Today ACI has 22 Flying clubs as its members.  The Flying Clubs have been rendering pioneering and very valuable services in our country in regard to ab-initio training of aviation pilots and engineers. ACI alongwith its member flying clubs have contributed commendably in the civil as well as military sector and are truly national assets.

A number of gliding clubs were established under the auspices of ACI with active assistance of the Government. Later, the Aeromodelling, Ballooning, and other aero sports like Skydiving etc were also included.  As of now, ACI is deputed to encourage Powered flying, Glider Flying, Hang Gliding, Ballooning, Microlight flying, Parasailing, Skydiving and Aeromodelling and such aero sports activities in the country.  The main aim and objectives of ACI are

1) To encourage, protect and develop the study and practice of Aeronautics and Aviation in India and to provide a Centre of Information and advice on all matters pertaining to Aeronautics;

2) To provide an all India authority to organize all Competitions, sporting events and controls in connection with Aero sports in India;

3) To ensure, as the representative of FAI  in India, that the rules and regulations and standards prescribed by FAI for the conduct of the Aero sports Competitions, are compiled with;

4) To be the Co-ordinating representative body of various Clubs engaged in Aero sports activities in India and also to provide liaison with the Ministry of Civil Aviation,  Directorate General of Civil Aviation and other Government Departments and also the various Ministries in connection with these activities;

5) To supervise and accord recognition to record making flights and maintain National Register on records.


Could some one from Delhi find out more ? May be this is where all the Clubs and associations around India should approach to get the frequency regulation sorted out.
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« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2009, 09:59:53 PM »
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I think we could start building a thread on the advantages of Aero Modeling and should start by refuting the claims made in the TOI Articles .
This should be a contribution by as many individuals  as possible  so that it can be compiled and forwarded to authorities when required .

1)  ARM of India is the Chennai Club : using the airforce field and has their official permission with contact details of all registered members .
2 )  Pune has a Club in hadpsar Gliding center which is possibly a Club associated with ACI hence has an official permission.

Guys it is important to build this  with details from all over India .
Please contribute.
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« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2009, 10:14:13 PM »
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Definitely Sai sir....
We should do some thing which should open the Eyes of Govt. Babus.
And we should force the Govt to amment the Wireless Telegraph Act.

As another concern There is a Concept of CB (Citizen's Band ) which permits to use Personal Intra city Radio communication on 21MHz
which doesn't require any license to operate. it should also be free and available to all public.

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Legally, In India only the 27 MHz (AM) band and 2.4 Ghz bands are free from licensing regime and can be used for aeromodelling as well. But again if the equipment you are using on any of these bands  is not type approved by WPC it is still illegal even if you are flying operating any other equipment in these bands.
We also need to build a strong case for adoption/allocation of a dedicated band in FM for exclusive use of aeromodelling as is done im most countries 
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« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2009, 11:11:17 PM »
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Yes that is true but we cannot get blue prints radiation test etc.

By the way AM was approved on the 27 band because of Aurora (Kolkatta) and this of done in the 1980s if i can recollect.

Till distributors are not supported locally nothing can be done from WPC angle. I am sure TOWERHOBBIES will not even bother to anything as it has no presence in india.
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« Reply #5 on: August 01, 2009, 11:29:59 PM »
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Aero modelling must be made a sport and an honble personality representing it at the sports ministry/department. Then all this should sort out. Like the NRAI we need NAAI.
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Chinese radio-operated planes a security threat

Mumbai: Much to the horror of aeromodelling enthusiasts, the customs department at the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) have decided to destroy 3,000 radio-controlled aircraft imported from China, Taiwan and Korea on the ground that they pose a serious security threat.

The planes, particularly the Chinese ones, can intercept frequency bands used by India’s security agencies, said customs officials. In India, aircraft models can be flown only on an Amplitude Modulation (AM) radio bandwidth.

According to the national frequency allocation table, the frequency spots 27004 KHz, 27116 KHz, 27148 KHz, 27156 KHz and 27228 KHz are earmarked for RC aircraft.

“The Chinese ones show a frequency bandwidth of 27000 KHz but are capable of not only violating Indian bandwidth but also can be flown on FM,” said an expert from the regional wireless office.

The authorities are also cracking down on RC helicopters as they can carry 5-10 kg load. “We have received intelligence inputs that explosive-laden toy planes can be used for subversive activities,” said customs officials.

THE TIMES OF INDIA, KOLKATA
FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2009

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which frequency we can use for rc plane in india
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2.4Ghz is free band and legal in India. Make sure your radio is type approved by WPC.

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