6 meter amateur frequency band
Operation on the new set cannot begin immediately, because PLC skillfulness betwixt Amateur station and the Utilities Telecom administrative body (UTC) is required preceding to the Amareur station beginning transmissions. promote particular about the specifics of the coordination procedure legal document be discharged by the radio Telecommunications Bureau.delegates attending the 2012 World Radiocommunication group discussion (WRC-12) have got approved a new 7-kilohertz-wide secondary allocation 'tween 472-479 k Hz for the Amateur wireless Service. Agenda whole 1.23 had some its freshman and 2nd readings in Plenary conference on Tuesday, February 14; to become conception of the ITU Radio Regulations, each Agenda Item must be say doubly in Plenary Session.
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ZS6BKW Multi-band Antenna « NC4FB Amateur Radio
Construction of the ZS6BKW antenna is essentially the cookie-cutter as the G5RV except for the lengths of the radiators and matched section run line. The ZS6BKW antenna is an optimized divergence of the venerable old G5RV. He developed estimator programs that were second hand in conjunction with sculptor charts to cypher the optimum dimensions for his variant of the antenna. The ZS6BKW (early 1980’s) was plagiaristic from the G5RV by Brian Austin (G0GSF, once ZS6BKW).
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The KI7DX 6 Meter Repeater
Soon after installation, an block problem was illustrious on the primary 448.175 absolute frequency with the -5 MHz injured that rendered the 70cm repeater unusable - specially later a new feeler was installed. In an attempt to fix this problem, the old Farnsworth frequency of 449.100 MHz was tried, but interference (from a different source) was still present. In some cases, there is a commercial transmitter 5 MHz above the crook sign frequency that causes an "intermod mix" that interferes with the stimulus signal as it mixes with the repeater's output.
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