Wrong data for the Ukraine!!!
We can operate 1,810-2,000 MHz
73 de UR3IQO
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From: "Jeff Maass" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2009 2:25 PM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Topband Frequency Allocations Table (Was:
> Some years ago, Dennis Peterson N7CKD/K0CKD compiled a spreadsheet of
> Topband frequency
> allocations around the World. He placed this Excel spreadsheet on his web
> I picked it up for my own use several years ago, and converted it to a PDF
> document. Over
> that time, I've made a few updates as changes in allocations became known,
> and posted the
> revised list to the (private) web pages I use as my "reference notebook"
> when I travel to
> the PJ2T station for contest operations.
> Yesterday on one of the Reflectors, someone asked for such a list, and I
> provided the
> link. I've since received several emails (thanks JE1TSD, LY5W, and OH6LI)
> with corrections
> to entries on the list, and I have created a cleaned-up and revised list.
> It can be found
> It is my understanding that all of the European IARU Region 1 countries
> are restricted to
> 10W above 1850. Can this be applied universally for European countries?
> Does it apply to
> other areas of Region 1?
> If you have corrections or updates, please email me at the address on the
> I am preparing to depart for PJ2T for CQWW 160 CW, but I will make
> corrections and updates
> to the document as time allows. This will remain a work-in-progress.
> 73, Jeff K8ND
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