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Re: S-Band Not 2.4 but 2.3

VK is 2300~2302 and 2400~2450 Lost most of 2.3 GHz for wireless cable 
paytv broadcast, which by the way failed and is now only a couple of 
narrowcasts in major cities which are failing too!

JA is 2400~2450 only

ZL is 2396~2450

HL is 2400~2450

I see a trend here for region 3!

>--- Emily Clarke <emily@clarke-design.com> wrote:
> >  Currently there is a 5MHz
> > amateur allocation at 2300-2305 in all three regions and a 10MHz
> > allocation at 2390 - 2400.  I believe the 2390-2400 is primary as it
> > appears in all caps and 2300-2305 may also be primary.
>Neither the United Kingdom or Germany have an Amateur allocation at 2300-2310
>The UK's allocation is 2310 - 2450 and Germany's 2320-2450, hence the adoption
>of 2320 for weak signal (CW/SSB) terrestrial working in Europe.
>So at present I think only 2390-2400 is common between US/Europe.
>73 Trevor M5AKA

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