[eagle] Fw: Fw: 3.3 GHz ARBA Band Plan

Andrew Glasbrenner glasbrenner at mindspring.com
Mon Feb 5 18:18:09 PST 2007


Here is a forward of the original message as I received it back from the eagle list, so I -know- it went to the list. There was some discussion afterwards which I have archived. 

73, Drew KO4MA

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Andrew Glasbrenner 
To: eagle list 
Cc: Dave Anderson ; Paul Toth-NA4AR 
Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 6:21 PM
Subject: [eagle] Fw: 3.3 GHz ARBA Band Plan


Hi Guys,

I am forwarding this email to the Eagle amsat list, which consists of just about everyone involved with our new satellite effort. Hopefully the right person will respond so we can work together on this issue.

73, Drew KO4MA
Amsat-NA VP Operations
LM 2332

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Paul Toth-NA4AR 
To: ko4ma at amsat.org 
Cc: Dave Anderson 
Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 5:53 PM
Subject: 3.3 GHz ARBA Band Plan


Drew...

A new group call ARBA, the Amateur Radio Broadband Alliance, has formed in the ashes of ARRL's HSMM Working Group.  Both Dave Anderson and I are part of ARBA.

One of the things we are working on is the development of a band plan for the 3.3 GHz to 3.5 GHz allocation.  I know that AMSAT is planning something for Eagle that makes use of the 3.3GHz band.  Would you please review the chart below and provide some input to allow this band plan to peacefully co-exut with whatever AMSAT is planning?  Please feel free to share with others in the AMSAT leadership.

73 de Paul-NA4AR


      ARBA BAND PLAN
      3.3 GHZ - 3.5 GHz 
          
      3300-3310   
      3310-3330   
        
      3330-3340   
      3340-3350   
      3350-3370   
        
      3370-3380   
      3380-3390   
      3390-3410   
        
      3410-3420   
      3420-3430   
      3430-3450   
        
      3450-3460   
      3460-3470   
      3470-3490   
        
      3490-3500   



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