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ARRL has been trying since the 1970s to convince the FCC to allow amateur access to parts of the spectrum below the Standard Broadcast Band.Through the Utilities Telecoms Council (UTC), electric power utilities have opposed Amateur Radio use of the MF and LF spectrum, raising unsubstantiated fears of interference to unlicensed Part 15 power line carrier (PLC) systems used to manage the power grid.2017 CQ WW VHF Contest Results – click here to view!2017 CQ WW WPX CW Contest Results – click here to view![CORRECTED to UPDATE information on effective date: 2017-03-31 @ 1315 UTC] It’s been a long time coming, but the Amateur Service will get two new bands in the near future.The FCC on March 28 adopted rules that will allow secondary Amateur Radio access to 472-479 k Hz (630 meters) and to allocates 472-479 k Hz to the Amateur Service on a secondary basis and amends Part 97 to provide for Amateur Service use of that band as well as of the previously allocated 135.7-137.8 k Hz band.You can also request a printed version of our catalog.
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