Agenda for the 2023 world radiocommunication conference

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    to consider identification of the frequency bands 3 300-3 400 MHz, 3 600-3 800 MHz, 6 425-7 025 MHz, 7 025-7 125 MHz and 10.0-10.5 GHz for International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT), including possible additional allocations to the mobile service on a primary basis, in accordance with Resolution COM6/2 (WRC-19)

    see https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/c…Documents/PFA-WRC19-E.pdf page 470


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  • Hi Tom,


    on page 477 they write:


    " to conduct and complete in time for WRC-23 the sharing and compatibility studies1,

    with a view to ensuring the protection of services to which the frequency band is

    allocated on a primary basis, without imposing additional regulatory or technical

    constraints on those services, and also, as appropriate, on services in adjacent bands,

    for the frequency bands:

    – 3 600-3 800 MHz and 3 300-3 400 MHz (Region 2);

    – 3 300-3 400 MHz (amend footnote in Region 1);

    – 7 025-7 125 MHz (globally);

    – 6 425-7 025 MHz (Region 1);

    10 000-10 500 MHz (Region 2)"


    Does this mean that only a small part of the QO100 footprint (e.g. Brazil) could be affected?


    73s DB8TF

  • Its the same compatibility study (page 475) as for our 2m-Band with Aeronautical-Mobile-Services (AMS) I think. But I don't know if in Brazil the 10 GHz HAM band has primary status. Yes, I think it could be affected. The pressure on our bands is rising...


    "Use it or loose it" (or pay for it)