Its now like 146-147 MHz - just apply on line and get one instantly - provided you are not in or near Scotland (the same conditions still apply)
RSGB News: http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/gb2rs/he ... ow-easier/
NoV Application: http://rsgb.org/main/operating/licensin ... -5mhz-nov/
Guidance Page: http://rsgb.org/main/operating/band-pla ... m-release/
Please make sure its put to good use - and seen to be so !
I had stopped working on this:
Now that was quite painless...
Thanks to all involved.
I applied 6 months ago and heard nothing,but having read this yesterday got my NOV this morning. Now to start work on a receive up-converter.
Before I start the layout of my up-converter , I would like something clarified. I have a 100MHz oscillator module which will drive a mixer fine giving me 171MHz output.Does the Minitioune continuously cover frequencies from 144 MHz up? Or, does it cover only pre-programmed discrete frequencies?
Thanks in anticipation,
You can enter any frequency within its tuning range.
Thanks for the info, now I can get moving.
If you had applied for an early 70.5-71.5 MHz NoV, please check the date as early ones will now be expiring 12 months on.
Unlike the 146-147 ones which are all synced, rolling renewals are doable for 71 MHz and to facilitate that the RSGB HQ system has just archived off the previous ones so you can reapply and renew
https://rsgb.org/main/operating/licensi ... -5mhz-nov/