sexta-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2014

CEPT vai propor segmento de 15 kHz........

CEPT vai propor segmento de 15 kHz na banda dos 500kHz para o Serviço de Amador às administrações na WRC12

CEPT proposes frequency allocation for amateur radio on medium wave
A small allocation of about 15 kHz in parts of the 500 kHz band to the amateur radio service on a secondary basis - this proposal has been made by a project team of about 50 representatives of European governments and other stakeholders in preparation for the next World Radiocommunication Conference WRC12.
They followed an invitation of the Federal Network Agency in Germany and met by the end of September in Mainz.
The discussion led to a compromise in the size of the amateur radio band, namely 480 kHz - 472 kHz, with a maximum power of 5 W EIRP.
Apart from Colin Thomas,G3PSM, representing the IARU Region 1 and John Gould, G3WKL, for the British Amateur Radio Association RSGB, were Peter Frey, HB9MQM, and Ulrich Mueller, DK4VW, DARC representative for frequency management, each a member of the Swiss or German delegation.
Nine administrations have declared their willingness to support the results of the discussion as a joint European proposal at the last meeting of the CEPT's WRC Conference Preparatory Group in November 2011 in Bucharest. It is likely that other governments may join this result of the Mainz meeting, so that the CEPT on behalf of all its members could go to the WRC12 taking place in Geneva in Jan/Feb 2012.
Fonte: DXNL
Matéria extraída de: João Gonçalves Costa - joao.a.costa@ctt.pt
ARLA/CLUSTER cluster@radio-amador.net

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