146 to 147 NOV email from RSGB

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G0NMY
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146 to 147 NOV email from RSGB

Post by G0NMY » Thu Sep 17, 2015 3:09 pm

I just received an email from RSGB saying we have retained the NOV again for another year.
However If you follow the link to re-apply it will say you cannot hold two NoV's.
So it looks like we dont have to apply again until end of October 2015.
I have emailed the RSGB pointing this out so hopefully they will amend their web page accordingly.
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Re: 146 to 147 NOV email from RSGB

Post by G0NMY » Thu Sep 17, 2015 3:43 pm

UPdate Just had email telling me to try again and it now works ok So you can now re-apply
For next years NOV :)
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Re: 146 to 147 NOV email from RSGB

Post by g6jyb » Thu Sep 17, 2015 4:10 pm

Dear all

There is an interesting change if you apply and hold the new Variation, in that the excluded squares condition has been relaxed (though significant caution is still required to avoid breaching the HCM condition)

We have updated our info/guidance on this at
http://rsgb.org/main/operating/band-pla ... m-release/

Murray G6JYB, RSGB

PS You must personally hold the new NoV to benefit - otherwise terms of the previous NoV (which expires in October) still apply

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Re: 146 to 147 NOV email from RSGB

Post by G4KLB » Fri Sep 18, 2015 7:38 pm

Speaking form a previously restricted area, this is welcome news indeed.
I have my new NOV and DigiThin TX, but have not been able to work out how to comply with section 6.

Mainly:

(d) If the Licensee can demonstrate that the use of the Station in the Authorised Band

complies with relevant provisions of the Harmonised Calculation Method agreement,

it may be taken to show that the use of the Station in the Authorised Band is not

breaching the agreed international coordination limits applicable to the Authorised

Band.


Sounds simple until you actually have to work it out! :?

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