VHF/UHF/SHF Committee

70 MHz, 2.4 and 3.4 GHz bands available in Poland

The Regulation of the Council of Ministers from 3rd April 2012 (published in the Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland from 17th May 2012) makes available to the Amateur Service the following bands:

  • 70.1 - 70.3 MHz (on a secondary basis, no more than 20 W e.i.r.p., according to the norm ETSI EN 301 783)
  • 2.400 - 2.450 GHz (without interferences to the other services, operating in line with the article no. 5 of the ITU Radio Regulations)
  • 3.400 - 3.410 GHz (on a secondary basis, no more than 20 W e.i.r.p., according to the norm ETSI EN 301 783)

The changes to the "National Table of Allocation of the Radio Frequency Spectrum", will come into effect on 1st June 2012.

TEP observation in Namibia

Thanks to the cooperation from Italian and Hungarian OM and the help of Pieter V51PJ, we have now 2 new beacons on air from Namibia for TEP observations. They are 24h a day qrv from JG82IE Callsign V51VHF

  • 70.005 CW - 35 Watt - 6el DK7ZB beam N
  • 144.430 CW - ? Watt - 10el. DK7ZB beam N

We all hope to receive them soon.

IARU-Region-1 145 MHz September Contest

Congratulation to the winners of the IARU Region 1 - 145Mhz September Contest 2011. Many thank's to all participating stations. It was a pleasure to evaluate the IARU region 1 vhf contest. The quality of the logs was really good - particularly those from OK and OM. Results are now posted online.

Updated Results: 2011 50 MHz IARU region 1 contest

After publishing the results of 2011 50 MHz IARU region 1 contest we have received informationthat logs which were send were not in the list.After investigating the complaints it was indicated that 45 logs were lost during electronic transfer orelectronic storage.

These logs were sent again and obvious reason to make a correction to the results of the 2011 50 MHz IARU region 1 contest. Updated results are now posted.