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ARRL UHF/Microwave Band Plan Committee Seeks Input on 6 and 3 cm Bands:

from The ARRL Letter on December 7, 2012
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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ARRL UHF/Microwave Band Plan Committee Seeks Input on 6 and 3 Centimeter Bands:

Last year, in recognition of the need to update the published band plans for our UHF and microwave bands, the ARRL Board of Directors formed the UHF/Microwave Band Plan Committee to develop revised national plans for the amateur bands between 902 MHz and 3.5 GHz. After receiving extensive user input, the committee completed its task and the resulting band plans were approved by the Board in July 2012. The committee has now received an additional assignment to conduct a similar update to the 6 and 3 centimeter bands. In order to do this effectively, the committee needs to know how various segments of these bands are now being utilized around the country. You can help them by sharing what you know about local usage in your area and by asking other users -- both individuals and groups -- to do the same. Read more here http://www.arrl.org/news/arrl-uhf-microwave-band-plan-committee-seeks-input-on-6-and-3-centimeter-bands.

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