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Re: S-Band Not 2.4 but 2.3



Good point Matt, 

I believe that 2390-2400 is the only part of 2.3 - 2.4 GHz that is common to
both the USA and Europe. 

Much of Europe has lost 2300-2310 and now use 2320-2330 for terrestrial use.

I understand that Japan only has 2400-2450 MHz. 

While I believe we should try and get a world-wide Amateur Satellite allocation
at 3400-3410 MHz there's a lot to be said for trying to get an additional 10
MHz Satellite allocation somewhere between 2.3 and 2.4 GHz.

73 Trevor M5AKA

--- Matt <vk2dag@bigpond.com> wrote:

> Ok granted 2.40 GHz to 2.45 GHz has a high noise floor and will get 
> worse.  So this will be a good band for uplinking.
> 
> I know it's not a satellite allocation but what about a downlink 
> around 2310 ~ 2390?  Or maybe 2300 ~ 2302? I also know that some 
> countries have lost access to 2.302 GHz  to 2.4 GHz (VK is one) but 
> as a downlink no one is stopping us from listening there.
> 
> Or must a satellite transmitters be compliant with all international 
> allocations?  Or maybe 2300 ~ 2302 would upset to many other users?
> 
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