On July 10th USKA sent an official letter the swiss regulator BAKOM.
The national amateur radio association UBA had a meeting with the Belgian telecommunication government agency IBPT. During this meeting UBA exposed their point of view to IBPT.
Netherlands Telecom Agency answered a VERON request on their position about the French proposal on the 2 Meter band. Their answer is quite deceptive.
On June 27th all of the minutes and the outcome of the work groups at the Prague CEPT Meeting (June 17th to June 21st) have been published. Since everyone was ranting about the possible loss of the 2m band, this went almost unnoticed. The French proposal is still there, yet …
Wow! Things are moving! The Austrian radio regulation authority BMVIT has informed the Austrian national amateur organization ÖVSV that they’ll reject the french proposal to reallocate 144-146MHz to Aeronautical Mobile service.
Since this morning (July 10th) a statement from portugal is being posted and reposted on social media.We were unable to find any proof whether this is fake news or not
The president of the british RSGB wrote a letter to OFCOM, the british regulator., expressing RSGB concerns and point of view on the 2 meter situation.
At this time we are now aware that the proposal for ditching amateur radio out of 144-146Mhz has been mainly driven by Thales Group. What are their plans with those frequencies?
The calendar of the upcoming CEPT Meeting in Ankara has been published. A list of attendees is also available.
VERON, in the Netherlands is organizing a 2 meter propagation experiment. This experiment aims to bring as many as possible amateur radio stations onto the 2 metre band.