[email protected] wrote:
Additional on their application: they have asked for several spot frequencies on
the 600M band, plus 166.5 khz. If the project is approved by FCC's Office of
Science & Technology (keeper of the X-calls), they will be assigned the
Experimental call WC2XSR. Processing time can be up to 90 days.
Participants listed are: W0OGH, W6DJX, K6QQ, WB6BYH, WA6QPL, K2VCO, W7QHO,
W0RW, KH6O, W7EKB, K9EUI, W5TVW, W5JGV, AA1P, K1LKY, KJ4TG, NA4G, W4TIM, N4HAF,
W4AUV, KQ2P, K0NG, N2CDD, WA7DIA, W8AU, KD6B, KF6AR, WA6RBQ, W7JWA, KE3AL,
WS4S, W5USM, W5FRS, AB5S, KC4TOS,KG7YK.
Mike W2AG (LWCA)
I understand this proposal for a slot around the LF side of 500 khz has been
under consideration for some time in the UK and possibly other EU countries. In
a conversation overheard on 80 metres discussing the 500 khz proposal,
seemingly it is being considered by the UK licence authority
The licence Authority in the UK was approached some time back by a number of ex
Marine Radio Officers about the possibility and were directed towards the radio
amateur route to persue their case.
This is the story overheard on 80 metres, the band for information and