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WRC-15 – Day-12

| November 18, 2015
WRC-15 – Day-12

Future Items: The revised 50-54 MHz proposal for a possible future agenda item received its reading and agreement in Working Group 6B with the U.S. reserving its position. This means that the proposal moves up a level to Committee 6 but is still a long way from being accepted as a future agenda item. There […]

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WRC-15 – Day-11 – start of Week-3

| November 16, 2015
WRC-15 – Day-11 – start of Week-3

Progress is slow but steady… 5MHz: The 5 MHz item has cleared another hurdle and hopefully it will be tabled at a Plenary meeting scheduled for Wednesday, when it will receive two readings. The approval of the last reading is a key milestone, subject of course to the final signing and national administration processes. 50MHz: […]

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WRC-15 – Day-10 – end of Week-2

| November 16, 2015
WRC-15 – Day-10 – end of Week-2

A quiet day in comparison to recent days saw progress for a number of amateur service associated agenda items. Future Proposals (AI-10): The 50 MHz proposal that was approved at drafting group level suffered a minor setback when presented to working group 6B. Iran insisted that a footnote concerning their usage of frequencies at 50 […]

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VHF Radio Spectrum for the Internet of Things

| November 13, 2015

Ofcom Consultation for ‘More Radio Spectrum for the Internet of Things’. Frequencies span the 55-68 MHz, 70.5-71.5 MHz and 80.0-81.5 MHz bands. Ofcom Consultation RSGB Response  

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WRC-15 – Days 8 and 9

| November 12, 2015
WRC-15 – Days 8 and 9

Finally a little progress!… 5MHz: An allocation at 5351.5-5366.5 kHz was agreed with regional variations in power between 15 W eirp/20 W eirp and 25 W eirp. In Region 1 this equates to a power output of 60 W. This was passed up to the next stage to Committee 4B where it was approved with […]

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WRC-15 – Day-7

| November 11, 2015
WRC-15 – Day-7

Agenda Item 1.4 (5 MHz): Two steps forward and one step back might be a polite description of progress on Tuesday regarding 5 MHz and the consideration of permitted power. Some administrations are insisting on the use of tight eirp limits. We have already overrun the schedule allowed for the sub-working group discussions and the […]

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