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About JOTA and JOTI
The third weekend in October is the Jamboree of the Air (JOTA) and Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI). It's the biggest activity in Scouting, and there's nothing like it anywhere else.
Sydney North Region Scouts and Northern Sydney Girl Guides hold a JOTA/JOTI Camp on this weekend where they use Amateur Radio and Computers to communicate with other Scouts and Guides around the world.
You can find out more about the camp by going to the Camp Information page.
About this website
This website provides information for those attending the camp. It is also intended as a resource for those looking for information about JOTA, JOTI, Amateur Radio, computers, the Internet, and related information that can be used to obtain the various Scout and Guide technology badges.
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