No broadcasts allowed between 7100 and 7200kHz since 29th of March

March 27, 2009 at 3:58 pm Leave a comment

Following the decision made during the World Radio Conference in 2003, the amateur service becomes the primary user in the HF segment between 7100 and 7200kHz in ITU and IARU Regions 1 and 3, from Sunday the 29th March, 2009. This means everywhere except the Americas, who have always enjoyed this segment as part of the 7 to 7.3MHz allocation in Region 2. A number of international broadcasters have already moved away from this frequency range nearer to 7.5MHz.

(various sources)

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