WRC-19 resultat

WRC-19 er slut, og set med radioamatørenes øjne er det kun gode nyheder.

Vi fik en primær allokering på 50 MHz i Region 1, en anderkendelse af at der også fortsat skal være plads til radioamatører på 1296 MHz, de tidligere meget omtalte small satelites og droner blev henvist til bånd langt væk fra 144 MHz, ingen udvidelse af 5 GHz wifi til 5,6 GHz m.m. Det er resultatet af et et kæmpe arbejde fra IARUs side, men også DARC og RSGB har trukket et stort læs som fortjener anderkendelse fra alle os andre i de mindre lande. Læs nedenfor hvad RSGB skriver på deres hjemmeside:

Highlights for amateur radio include:

AI-1.1: 50 MHz for Region-1 has been a remarkably successful result considering the diverse position and challenges faced over the years in preparatory studies. Our Thursday (Day-19) update had most of the 50MHz highlights, whilst the full and quite complex detail of the changes is now available below, including all the countries with primary status

AI-1.7: Small Satellites which are increasingly commercial have been granted access to the space operations bands at 137/149MHz away from amateur allocations

AI-1.13: High frequency 5G Mobile will not change our status in 47 GHz and has masks that should protect amateur and critical passive services at 24GHz and just below

AI-1.15: 275-450 GHz – access preserved via footnote 5.565

AI-1.16: 5 GHz Wi-Fi will see most expansion below amateur radio in the 5150-5250 MHz band, reducing its impact on our 5725-5850 MHz range

AI-8: Footnotes – an upgrade saw Brazil and few other South American countries achieve Primary status in 430MHz for the amateur service on a national basis. Iran withdrew its name from the 136 kHz restrictions

AI-9.1.6: Wireless Power – No Change to the radio regulations, but a welcome guidance note in the minutes to guide further studies

AI-10 Future Agenda: Better scoping of the WRC-23 study item that will review 1240-1300 MHz (Galileo receiver protection etc), as well as mitigation or deferral of some other items of concern.

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