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Agenda Item 1.14

Text of agenda item 1.14 and accompanying resolution 662 (WRC-23)

Existing allocations in 231.5−252 GHz

History and use of the allocations by the amateur and amateur-satellite services
The amateur and amateur-satellite allocations of 248 – 250 GHz (primary) and 241 – 248 GHz (secondary) were made at the 1979 World Administrative Radio Conference. The allocations have been used for terrestrial propagation experiments; communication over paths as long as 114 km has been achieved. No amateur satellites have utilized the allocation yet.

Current status on Agenda Item 1.14 as of
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