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Re: LF: 5 Whats?

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Subject: Re: LF: 5 Whats?
From: Dimitrios Tsifakis <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2011 09:16:09 +1100
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I can certainly live with that. Fingers crossed now for WRC-12. And a well done to those that achieved this outcome. I hear that it hasn't been an easy task.

There is still plenty of things to do with 5 W radiated. Isn't this radio hobby of ours all about the challenge anyway? Smaller rigs, less global warming :-) Also, bigger wavelength, isn't that better? :-)

Seriously, better this than nothing. New crystals can be cut, and the antennas can be tuned. 8 kHz is plenty too. Sometimes, at least in this part of the world, I even think that 2.1 kHz is an unimaginably huge bandwidth for the modes that are the most popular (QRSS and friends).

Just my humble opinion anyway.

73, Dimitris VK1SV

2011/11/3 Laurence KL7UK <[email protected]>
During the meeting of the CEPT WRC-12 Conference Preparatory Group held in Bucharest between November 1st-4th 2011 an European Common Proposal was agreed.   This ECP represents the block vote of 48 administrations and was passed without dissent.   It proposes an allocation to the amateur service between 472-480 kHz on a secondary basis with a maximum power limit of 5W eirp.
This ECP will now be forwarded to the ITU as a contribution from CEPT.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of those who participated in the work of the working group that led to the adoption of this proposal.   Also thanks are due to those European Member Societies who helped to influence their national administrations in this matter.
Now for WRC-12.
Colin, G3PSM
CEPT Co-ordinator for Agenda Item 1.23
Laurence KL7UK

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