The Administrative Council (AC) of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) held its annual meeting on 8–10 October 2020. The AC is responsible for the policy and management of the IARU and consists of the three IARU international officers and … Read more →
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Because frequency allocations and amateur radio operating interests vary in different parts of the world, the development of band plans – voluntary guidelines on the use of the spectrum that is available to radio amateurs – is a responsibility of … Read more →
The IARU Administrative Council has appointed Martin Sach, G8KDF, as global EMC Coordinator. Martin succeeds Tore Worren, LA9QL, who has served in this volunteer position since 2017.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is a major challenge for all radiocommunication services. Radio amateurs are … Read more →
IARU EMC specialists Tore Worren LA9QL and Martin Sach G8KDF have submitted a paper to CISPR concerning the increasing impact of multiple digital devices on the noise levels in the radio spectrum. The paper was considered at the CISPR Steering … Read more →
Effective on 21 April 2020, Japanese amateurs can operate in expanded frequency segments on 160m and 80m bands as described below.
1,800 — 1,810 kHz All Modes (New segment)
1,810 — 1,825 kHz CW (Existing segment)… Read more →