November 24, 2020

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Via the ARRL: ARRL Petitions FCC for Reconsideration of Order Removing 3.4 GHz Amateur Allocation

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ARRL has petitioned the FCC to reconsider its order removing the secondary amateur allocation at 3.3 – 3.5 GHz and requiring that amateur operations in the 3.450 – 3.500 GHz band cease “on a date consistent with the first possible grant of flexible use authorizations to new users.”

“The amateur services in this band long have been operated on a secondary allocation status, functionally similar to the de facto secondary status of Part 5 experimental licenses, whose continued operation was (correctly) approved in the same proceeding,” ARRL told the FCC. “Continued operation of amateur stations similarly should be permitted in the vacant portions of this spectrum that otherwise will go unused.”

Read more – via American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association and Resources http://www.arrl.org/news/view/arrl-petitions-fcc-for-reconsideration-of-order-removing-3-4-ghz-amateur-allocation

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