146 and 147MHz NoV
The frequencies from 146 to 147MHz are available via a Notice of Variation on a temporary basis to Full licence holders only
Please note your NoV is only valid for up to one year, until 31 October 2017.
Please read the further information linked to below before you download the NoV since there are geographic limitations that may mean you cannot use the new frequencies from your main station address.
Ofcom’s objective in allocating this new part of the spectrum was to encourage amateurs to experiment and test new communications schemes and systems rather than provide for “more of the same”. In terms of band planning, therefore, with the exception for a small slice at the top of the 146-147MHz band (~100KHz for digital voice; D-Star, DMR etc.) we currently intend to leave the majority of the new allocation open for experimentation with ‘moderate’ (up to 500 KHz bandwidth) experimental digital voice and data transmissions.
Before starting your application please ensure you have the following details to hand—
- Your address and postcode
- Your callsign
- Your licence reference (the number of your Full amateur radio licence)
To obtain your 146MHz and 147MHz NoV, click the button below.