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Save 2 Meter

Promoting and Defending the 2m Amteur Band

This site is maintained by a bunch of amateur radio operators who believe that unveiling accurate information on the 2m crisis is something important. We also try to maintain a timeline of the crisis.

Our goal is to provide in depth information on what is going on in this crisis. We are truly confident that IARU and their members are doing their best to protect our 2m band, yet we understand they have to follow some kind of political correctness.

Promoting 2 meter and its usage is also part of our mission.

Defending the band, latest news

Wideband signal spotted on 2m
Did we claim victory to soon? A fellow reader Gerhard DK5MY sent us this information over the weekend. Since a couple of weeks he has spotted a 24/7 active wideband signal ranging from 144.400 to 145.000MHz.
Read More "Wideband signal spotted on 2m"
144-146 Mhz removed from officially released proposal
On September 1st an ECP “European Common Proposals” paper has been pushed onto the CEPT website. This document is the outcome of the work that was done during the CEPT Ankara meeting and will be discussed in the World Radio Conference 2019 in Egypt.
Read More "144-146 Mhz removed from officially released proposal"
France defeated! Thales and their drones will stay off the 2m band!
The Ankara CEPT meeting is over and the outcome is very positive, at least for the 2 meter amateur band. Many unofficial sources, are saying 2 meter has been saved!
Read More "France defeated! Thales and their drones will stay off the 2m band!"
Germany slams french proposal
Just when the french administration might think they can get away with their poor response to the IARU, they just have been, once again, reminded that physic laws are the same for all of us. Lately (August 26th), Germany submitted a document that largely resembles the IARU one. The document …
Read More "Germany slams french proposal"
French administration strikes back at IARU
In the wake of the IARU Document putting the 2m proposal down France issued a new document. It claims that 144-146MHz shall remain amateur primary yet that sharing shall be envisioned.
Read More "French administration strikes back at IARU"
French organizations issue a joint letter
French organizations, REF, AMSAT-F, DR@F, and URC sent a joint letter to the ANFR International Affairs Commission. Since the start of the 2m crisis only URC had officialy addressed concerns to the ANFR and CEPT.
Read More "French organizations issue a joint letter"

Latest News

Wideband signal spotted on 2m
Did we claim victory to soon? A fellow reader Gerhard DK5MY sent us this information over the weekend. Since a couple of weeks he has spotted a 24/7 active wideband signal ranging from 144.400 to 145.000MHz.
Read More "Wideband signal spotted on 2m"
144-146 Mhz removed from officially released proposal
On September 1st an ECP “European Common Proposals” paper has been pushed onto the CEPT website. This document is the outcome of the work that was done during the CEPT Ankara meeting and will be discussed in the World Radio Conference 2019 in Egypt.
Read More "144-146 Mhz removed from officially released proposal"
France defeated! Thales and their drones will stay off the 2m band!
The Ankara CEPT meeting is over and the outcome is very positive, at least for the 2 meter amateur band. Many unofficial sources, are saying 2 meter has been saved!
Read More "France defeated! Thales and their drones will stay off the 2m band!"
Germany slams french proposal
Just when the french administration might think they can get away with their poor response to the IARU, they just have been, once again, reminded that physic laws are the same for all of us. Lately (August 26th), Germany submitted a document that largely resembles the IARU one. The document …
Read More "Germany slams french proposal"
French administration strikes back at IARU
In the wake of the IARU Document putting the 2m proposal down France issued a new document. It claims that 144-146MHz shall remain amateur primary yet that sharing shall be envisioned.
Read More "French administration strikes back at IARU"