Frequency changes in Norway, new bands available
Posted: January 19th, 2009 under Hamradio.
I just got the news yesterday that the frequency allocations in Norway will be changed and extended. Here are the main changes:
- 490-510KHz, 100W, A1A
- 5.260 – 5.410 MHz (60M) – general availability, not only clubstations, 100W
- 24.740 – 24.890 MHz (12m) – band extended by 150KHz, 1000W
- 70 – 70,5 MHz (4m) – 100W – The use of this frequency range will be limited to traffic in the frequency range which the telecommunications authority at any time has opened for use.
These frequencies are not available for use yet, but hopefully some time during spring.
Original article available here (Norwegian only): http://nrrl.no/NewsArticle.asp?id=296. English translation by Google here.
January 24, 2009
Very nice! Hopefully we will get some more bandwidth here. Nice blog OM. CU on the bands! de K3LU
January 26, 2009
Thanks for stopping by. And nice to work you on 40M in December.
Yes, more bandwidth is always welcome, hopefully you will also get that.
73 and good dx de LA8AJA