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Re: Simplex and space



I was under the impression that the UK had issues
using that for uplinks.

Kenneth - N5VHO

--- McGrane <tmcgrane@suffolk.lib.ny.us> wrote:

> 
> Greetings after a busy day and to continue, the
> choice of a simplex
> frequency is easy;  145.800
> 
> pat
> 
> 
> On Sat, 12 Aug 2006, Ransom, Kenneth G.
> (JSC-OC)[BAR] wrote:
> 
> > Does a (1) non interfering  (2) two meter (3)
> satellite (4) simplex frequency for worldwide use
> exist?
> >  
> > I guess one would need to start with the approved
> world wide satellite frequencies - 144-146 MHz.
> > Then overlay regional usage band plans and see
> what was left. 
> >  
> > The ARRL band plan
>
(http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/regulations/bandplan.html#2m)
>  for the USA has satellite operations from
> 144.30-144.50 and 145.80-146.00. That limits it down
> in a hurry so that criteria #1 is met.
> > 
> > What do other regional band plans have in that
> range that meet the first criteria?
> >  
> > Kenneth - N5VHO
> > 
> >  
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