Australian amateurs try to protect 13cm

| March 31, 2013

The Wireless Institute of Australia, which has already seen losses in its UHF and microwave amateur allocations over the years, is mounting a spirited response as it tries to protect its diminutive 13cm allocation. The WIA wishes to preserve a future for leading edge weak-signal narrowband and EME operators who have now just 2300-2302MHz remaining from their original ITU 13cm allocation. The submission is available on the WIA website http://wia.org.au.

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