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R: Re: ANS



Hi Jim N8AU,

The legal requirements is that the Amateur Satellite Service must
follow the ITU regulations worldwide in all  ITU Regions 1-2 and 3
using only  435-438 MHz for Satellite Service no matter of JARL or
ARRL or  IARU Region-1 ,2 and 3 bandplanning.

This is law for all country voting rights at the ITU Space Conference
Geneva 1971

The Amateus Satellite Service cannot operate between 432.125
to 432.175 MHz because it is confined from 435 to 438 MHz
by the ITU regulations of the above 1971 Space Conference.

On the contrary EME can opersate between 432.000 to 432.070 MHz because
EME do not belong to the Amateur Satellite Sevice but it  belong to the
Amateur Service

Amateur Satellite Service by ITU definition uses only "space stations on
earth satellites" and no space station was landed on the moon to keep EME
possible.

73" de i8CVS Domenico

----- Original Message -----
From: Reicher, James <JReicher@hrblock.com>
To: 'Yoshihiro Imaishi' <imaishi@aa.mbn.or.jp>; AMSAT-BB
<amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 4:07 PM
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] Re: ANS


> Yoshi,
>
> Please see this link http://www.jarl.or.jp/English/2_Outline/A-2-2.htm.
It
> shows the types of emissions and power that are permitted for Japanese
hams.
> The link you provided is to the JARL band plan. Band plans are
> recommendations, not legal requirements.
>
> 73 de N8AU, Jim in Raymore, MO
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Yoshihiro Imaishi [mailto:imaishi@aa.mbn.or.jp]
> Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 1:17 AM
> To: AMSAT-BB
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: ANS
>
> Hello This is Yoshi.
>
> At 2002/09/05 06:48:06 Drew Glasbrenner wrote:
> > > Actually ITU still allocates the Amateur Satellite Service only
> > > from 435 to 438 MHz but the Amateur Service uses legally world
> > > wide the following 432 MHz bandplanning as follows:
> > >
> > > 432,000 - 432,025   MHz            Moonbounce
> > > 432,025 - 432,150   MHz            Telegraphy (432,050 center of
> activity)
> > > 432,150 - 432,200   MHz             SSB/Telegraphy
> <snip>
> > Dom, While that bandplan may be true in Italy, or the EU, it is not here
> in
> > the US.
> <snip>
> > 432.00-432.07 EME (Earth-Moon-Earth)
> > 432.07-432.10 Weak-signal CW
> > 432.10 70-cm calling frequency
> > 432.10-432.30 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
> <snip>
>
>   Here is the case in JA.
>
>   431.90-432.10 EME only
>   432.10-434.00 FM mode only (Voice,Data etc)
>
>   *detail.
>    http://www.jarl.or.jp/English/6_Band_Plan/A-6-3.htm
>
>   Even if we JA hams do not care the term "Amateur Satellite Service",
> still we cannot uplink to AO-7 with by SSB or CW....
>
>
> Yoshihiro Imaishi JF6BCC/KH2GR
> GL:PM53JV, ex KC6IY(T88IY),V63BP
> mailto:jf6bcc@jarl.com
>
> My Web Page <http://plaza16.mbn.or.jp/~palau/index-hame.html>
> UO-14.net <http://www.uo14.net/>
> QRZ.com <http://www.qrz.com/detail/JF6BCC>
> AO-7 Active Mode summary (MS Excel data)
>   http://plaza16.mbn.or.jp/~palau/temp/AO7-mode-report.xls
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