Τρίτη, 24 Αυγούστου 2010

India use 6m

Prasad VU2PTT , Contest Manager for the- Amateur Radio Society of India (ARSI), reports: "We have news from our Ministry of Communications that the 6 meter band has finally been allocated for Amateur Radio use.

The new allocation says:50-54 MHz on F1B, F2B, F3E, F3C modes using 25 watts.
We are hoping there is a typo here and will try to get clarifications as the old allocations allowed CW & SSB among other modes on VHF/UHF which is no longer the case.
The licensing structure has now been rationalized with only two classes of license - Restricted & General - and licenses can now be acquired either for 20 years or for the lifetime of the holder.

More info: http://wpc.dot.gov.in/DocFiles/amateur_new_guidelines.pdf

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