Tag: Kuwait

Via the ARRL: Access to 60 Meters Continues to Expand

According to the latest edition of The 5 MHz Newsletter, regulatory agencies in an expanding list of countries have granted amateur radio access to a 60-meter band. A secondary allocation of 5.351.5 – 5.366.5 MHz was released to radio amateurs in Kuwait, where they will adhere to the World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) allocation, permitting a maximum […]

via the ARRL: Kuwait is Latest Country to Join the 60-Meter Band Club

Kuwaiti telecom regulator CITRA, has made available a new secondary Amateur Radio allocation of 5,351.5 – 5,366.5 kHz to Kuwaiti radio amateurs. The Kuwaiti allocation falls under ITU Footnote 5.133B, which, in the case of Kuwait, means a maximum power of 15 W EIRP. The first Kuwaiti ham on the new band was Muhammad, 9K2NO, operating FT8. — Thanks […]

Kuwait arrives on 60m

The Kuwaiti telecom regulator, CITRA, has released the new WRC-15 Amateur Secondary Allocation of 5351.5 – 5366.5 kHz to Kuwaiti 9K2 licensees: https://citra.gov.kw/sites/En/Documents/National%20Frequency%20Plan.pdf Under ITU Footnote 5.133B, which in the case of Kuwait means a maximum power of 15W EIRP. The first Kuwaiti ham on the new band was Muhammad, 9K2NO, operating FT8, who is […]