The ham group is also working with two other study groups on proposals regarding wireless power transfer systems, to note concerns by amateurs of possible significant interference, particularly regarding wireless charging platforms for electric vehicles.
Friday, December 14, 2018
Worldwide 6-Meter Allocation on Agenda for WRC-19
Extending amateur radio's allocation on the 6-meter band to Europe, Africa and the Middle East (ITU Region 1) will be the major ham-radio-related item on the agenda for the International Telecommunication Union's 2019 World Radio Communication Conference (WRC-19), according to the ARRL Letter. The 50-MHz band is currently allocated for amateur radio in the Americas (ITU Region 2), Asia and Oceania (ITU Region 3), but broadcasters and others use the 50-54-MHz band in Region 1, where it is available to hams on a country-by-country basis. An ITU "study group" has been working on developing a specific proposal in response to a resolution at WRC-15 to study amateur radio spectrum needs on 6 meters in Region 1.