144 and 1240 MHz bands – RSGB information

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by G4TUT, Jun 24, 2019.

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  1. G4TUT

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    144 and 1240 MHz bands – RSGB information
    RSGB volunteers continue to be engaged with IARU and Ofcom on WRC matters including the 144 MHz and 1240 MHz bands as well as WRC-19 Agenda Items in CEPT-PTD (50 MHz, WPT, 5 GHz) and CEPT-PT1 (24/47 GHz)

    At UK level, RSGB are members of the Ofcom IFPG groups that consider these matters.

    The RSGB has updated their special focus page with the latest documents and CEPT meeting minutes. See Proposed WRC-23 Agenda Items at

    June 21 – RSGB Update on 144 MHz and 1240 MHz band threats


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  2. PY2RAF

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  3. G0UKP

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    I seems funny to me that there has not been very much said about the possible loss of the 144-146 and the 23cms bands. not only in the UK but around the world. whats is it going to take to get a discussion going and fight back. I do appreciate we do not have any rights over the bands but it will affect a lot of business and people around the World. So come on lads and lasses have a moan at least.
  4. AA5CT

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    Can we get 'pulse' emissions (as for RADAR) added to those bands for our use? I would even like something like CW and/or 'FM' RADAR use approved for our use ...

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