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Re: Is Wi-Fi Headed toward an Early Grave?



I did indeed mean 2390-2400 MHz, but we need to ensure 2400-2402 is protected
as well so it can be used as an uplink if necessary.

The tragedy is that currently there are no common World-Wide Amateur S band
segments below 2400 MHz , for instance I believe Japan only has 2400-2450 MHz. 

Hopefully the ARRL and national societies will encourage their local regulators
(FCC etc) to push for a World-Wide Amateur and Amateur Satellite allocation
below 2400 as it's clear the band above 2402 MHz is becoming unusable.

73 Trevor M5AKA

--- Tony Langdon <vk3jed@gmail.com> wrote:

> At 09:27 AM 12/13/2006, Trevor wrote:
> 
> >It's why we need an Amateur Satellite allocation at 2490-2400 MHz in
> addition
> >to 2400-2402 MHz.
> 
> I think you mean 2390-2400 ;)
> 
> Which will leave us out in the cold, unless it's used only for 
> downlinks.  We only have 2400-2450 here :(
> 
> 73 de VK3JED
> http://vkradio.com
> 
> 



	
	
		
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