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Title: The Four Metres Website

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Keywords:70 MHz, 70MHz, four meter, four meters, four metres, radio amateur, VHF

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... but this was not granted by BNetzA However DARC will continue to work for a more permanent solution Please note To minimize the interference to from beacons it might be worthwhile considering if split operation will make sense for sked like QSOs Germany sets 4 m free Published on 27 June 2014 by Bo OZ2M Until now German operators have had access to 4 m after being granted a special permit But from 2 July 2014 the 4 m band should be free to everybody according to DARC and BNetzA However the access and further conditions have to be published in Regelungen in der Mitteilung 502 im Amtsblatt 12 2014 before any operation can take place Italy back on 4 m Published on 26 June 2014 by Bo OZ2M Thanks to Professor Piero Tognolatti of the University of Aquila Italian radio amateurs can use the 4 m band again from 23 June 2014 to 19 December 2014 The frequencies are as before 70 1 MHz 70 2 MHz and 70 3 MHz all 12 5 kHz and with max 50 W ERP No transmission within 30 km of France Switzerland Austria Slovenia and Croatia thanks to Emilio IK0OKY for the information Montenegro on 4 m since Apr 2012 Published on 19 June 2014 by Bo OZ2M Thanks to Chris PA2CHR it has now been verifed that radio amateurs operating in Montenegro have access to the 4 m band since 11 April 2012 The frequency allocation is 70 050 MHz to 70 450 MHz with a maximum of 25 W PEP and applies to license categories A and N Montenegro also accepts CEPT operation New 70 MHz CEPT Initiative by IARU Published on 19 June 2014 by Dave EI3IO I ve been appointed as an expert by IARU to mount a new 4m initiative to obtain regulatory recognition for a 70 MHz allocation in Europe CEPT A document addressing 70 MHz is currently doing the rounds for comment in Committee 5 of IARU and in National Societies The document explains the current initiative and strategy It is a two pronged approach to obtain a secondary allocation to the amateur service at 69 9 70 5 MHz in the European frequency table firstly by encouraging national societies to lobby their regulators to support such an initiative and secondly through direct liaison by IARU with the regulators of those CEPT countries which have had some form of access to the band in recent years The latter has already commenced The document contains an appendix which is intended to be a multi country and IARU proposal to the Frequency Management Working Group of CEPT which looks after the European Common Allocation ECA table The proposal is to modify the ECA and footnote EU9 The support of at least 10 administrations is required to obtain an automatic modification to the table The document will be sent for comment and hopefully support to most of the 30 countries having provided some form of access to the...

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