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WRC-19 Consultations

| September 13, 2018

The 2019 World Radio Conference includes a number of agenda items of interest to amateur radio including 50MHz and Wireless Power, as well as items on next generation mobile/Wi-Fi services, satellites etc. Ofcom: Consultation RSGB: Response EU: Consultation by the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG)   NB: See also our WRC-19 Focus pages  

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Spectrum Forum Meeting – 2018

| September 1, 2018

The next RSGB Spectrum Forum annual meeting will be held on 27-Oct-2018   Reports etc will appear here in due course…    

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Isle of Man 3.4 GHz Licensing

| January 17, 2018

The Isle of Man Communications Commission has consulted on the licensing of additional spectrum in the 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2.6 GHz and 3.4 GHz bands. In the case of the 3.4GHz band, the RSGB has responded as per below. Isle of Man CC: Consultation RSGB-Response    

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Spectrum Forum Meeting – 2017

| November 22, 2017
Spectrum Forum Meeting – 2017

RSGB Spectrum Forum meeting reports from the annual meeting held on 28-Oct-2017 are available below:- Spectrum Forum Oct-2017 Agenda Spectrum Forum Minutes 5.1 – HF Managers Report-2017 5.2 – VHF Managers_Report-2017 5.3 – Microwave Managers Report-2017 5.6 – Spectrum Consultants Report-2017 6.1 – EMCC-Report-2017 6.3 – ETCC-Report-2017 6.4 – RSGB-Contest Committees-Report-2017 6.5 – PSC-Report-2017 7.1 […]

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5G Spectrum Access and Update

| September 17, 2017

This Ofcom Call for Inputs (CFI) is concerned with spectrum for fifth generation (5G) mobile handsets and base stations. In a marked change to previous generations, millimetre wavelengths will be used. The overall frequency range under consideration is 24.25 – 86 GHz and is associated with WRC-19 Agenda Item 1.13. The latest detail gives us particular […]

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5GHz Fixed Wireless Access

| September 16, 2017

Ofcom Consultation for ‘Improving access to 5.8 GHz spectrum for broadband fixed wireless access (BFWA)’. This proposes an expansion of 5 GHz BFWA channels in the 5725-5850 MHz range which would amongst other things affect weak signal reception for 5760 MHz narrowband/EME users and 5840 MHz satellites, whilst still inhibiting innovation of amateur mesh and […]

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