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RSGB confirms some British JT65/JT9 5 MHz signals out of band

Looks like my last post has had an effect…….. From RSGB News today “Keep legal on 5MHz The RSGB Amateur Radio Observation Service has noted several examples of British JT65 and JT9 mode transmissions straying outside of the UK allocated … Continue reading

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UK Hams operating outside 5MHz band limits

This week I returned to the 5 MHz band and specifically the JT65/JT9 data section around 5.357 MHz. Here in the UK we do not have a continuous 5 MHz band, it is split up into smaller allocated partsĀ UK 5 … Continue reading

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UK 5 MHz observed activity as at 3rd February 2013

Definite signs now that the new UK 5 MHz band allocations have settled down, with the vast majority of operators being found as shown on the pdf link here UK 5 MHz activity 03.02.2013 Very little change from previous monitored … Continue reading

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UK 5 MHz band – Hams still transmitting out of band when using SSB

This appears to be a common problem, some UK Radio Amateurs are still transmitting out of band accidently not comprehending the 2.7 kHz wide bandwidth of their SSB (USB) signals. At 0850z Tuesday 29th January 2013 I saw on my … Continue reading

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New UK 5 MHz Technical topics group mailing list

A new UK 5 MHz ‘Technical topics’ group mailing list has been established. This group is dedicated to only the experimental and technical side of 5MHz, in the ethos of the original NoV. A place to compare notes on the … Continue reading

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