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Re: R: Re: ANS

Hello This is Yoshi.

At 2002/09/06 02:25:10 i8cvs wrote:
> 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.

  That is right. This ITU regulation was followed with "#117-SOUMUSHO
-KOKUJI 1994" in Japanese radio rule. It is discribing as below:

"The Operatable Frequencies for Amateur Radio Service"

#   Freq.______ Range___________________________________
 1.  1,910KHz   1,810~1,825KHz & 1,907.5~1,912.5KHz (1)
 2.  3,537.5KHz 3,500~3,575KHz & 3,747~3,754KHz (1)
        : <snip>
13.  435MHz     430~440MHz (1)(2)
        : <snip>

  (1) This freeuency is not for Amateur Satellite Service, except
      in case of secondarly basis with conditions as below;
      * Using 435~438MHz and 2400~2450MHz.
      * Using 1260~1270MHz and 5650~5670MHz for Uplink only.
      * Using 5830~5850MHz for downlink only.
  (2) Secondary basis.
        : <snip>

> 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.

  Yes so I am not doing Amateur Satellite Service on that Hi :-p

Yoshihiro Imaishi JF6BCC/KH2GR
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