RSSSpectrum Forum Papers and Consultations

40MHz in the UK

| March 31, 2022

Recently there have been a number of reports of individual holders of UK amateur licences gaining Innovation and Trial licences from Ofcom to conduct experimental transmissions on 40MHz (8m). Ofcom has made it very clear for several years that there was no likelihood of UK radio amateurs gaining any access to 40MHz which included NoV […]

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5/6GHz Wi-Fi & Millimetre Waves

| March 25, 2020

Ofcom consultations in January-March 2020 covered two topics. Below are links for the Ofcom information and our responses:- Improving spectrum access for Wi-Fi in the 5 and 6 GHz bands Ofcom: Consultation webpage RSGB: Response    Supporting innovation in the 100-200 GHz range Ofcom: Consultation webpage RSGB: Response  

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WRC-19 Update & WRC 23 Proposals

| July 1, 2019

RSGB continues to participate in the WRC-19 process, including proposals for WRC 23 Agenda items. In July 2019 the President wrote to Ofcom regarding 144-146 MHz being included in a WRC-23 aeronautical proposal  – along with other amateur radio interests re 50 MHz, WPT and 23cm/Galileo. Slides which give a broader overview of the WRC […]

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Enabling Opportunities for Innovation

| March 6, 2019

RSGB have responded to one aspect of this Ofcom consultation, with respect to opening up the 2390-2400 MHz amateur allocation to shared use. Ofcom: Consultation RSGB: Response    

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CEPT WPT – Draft Report 289

| December 6, 2018

In Autumn 2018, CEPT consulted on their report on Wireless Power Transmission for Electric Vehicles (WPT-EV) in 79-90 kHz RSGB: Submission to CEPT re Draft ECC Report-289 on WPT,  Nov-2018 CEPT: Published ECC Report-289, Jan-2019    

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UK Spectrum Policy Forum Update

| November 13, 2018

RSGB have contributed to a study on Social & Economic Spectrum aspects being undertaken by the  industry-led UK Spectrum Policy Forum (UKSPF), which is facilitated by the techUK industry association. The RSGB presentation by Graham Murchie G4FSG had a focus on skills development and innovation. This follows an earlier study in 2015. News Item – Nov 2018 Presentation Slides – inc […]

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