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Noticias DX y calendario DX: 60M_ZL
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12/05/2021
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DXCC   ZL-ZM - New Zealand     
Zona CQ 32
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Bandas planificadas 60 m
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Información

Update May 12, 2021: New 60 m/5 MHz WRC-15 Sub-License Now Available for New Zealand following the end of the two channel 60 m NZ trial in 2020, as previously mentioned in Southgate ARC News, Bob Vernall, ZL2CA has been successful in obtaining clearance of the new WRC-15 Amateur Secondary Allocation of 5351.5 – 5366.5 kHz, NZART is pleased to announce that negotiations with regulator RSM have been successful in obtaining a license to allow operation for all New Zealand amateur operators to use in the 60 m (5 MHz) band using the WRC-15 allocation.
Thanks again Bob Vernall ZL2CA for all your work in this area. Maximum allowable power is 15 W EIRP (effective isotropic radiated power).
 Paul Gaskell G4MWO, Editor,   The 5 MHz Newsletter


Update October 24, 2020: New Zealand amateurs lose 60m as of October 24th. Read about it.


Update August 8: the New Zealand National Amateur Radio Society, has published an update on its 60m band page indicating that the current NZ 60m Trial period, which was due to have been concluded on 24th July has been extended for a further three months until 24th October 2020.
NZART 60m Band Page


Update Jun,15: Mike ZL2CC info: New Zealand (ZL) 60m band plan and use Our allocated operating centre frequencies are; 5353 kHz and 5362-5364 kHz Suggested Band Plan 5353 kHz SSB (usb) 5362.05 kHz - 5362.75 kHz CW 5362.8 kHz - 5364.75 kHz digital modes (less than 100 Hz bandwidth) 5362 kHz SSB (USB)* *During the periods between 0500 -1200UTC & 1600 - 2200 UTC SSB is NOT to be used. If you wish to use SSB during these times the 5353 kHz channel is still available. Maximum output is only 10dBW e.i.r.p. This 10w will mean we are weak to anywhere outside Oceana. Most ZL’s are running 80m antennas via an ATU also, hence making the signals even weaker. To work ZL on FT8, if you are not allowed to operate on 5363, then maybe an email to set up a sked is in order. Some ZL’s are posting to the cluster stating that they are ‘TX on 5363 and RX on 5357’ or transmitting on 5363 with ‘ZLxxx RX5357’. In other words we set our dial to 5363 and transmit FT8 USB around 1000Hz. To work ZL on CW or SSB will need both luck and maybe a sked. Please remember to read any spots comments and look for us working split. Thnx and GDX.


60m (5Mhz) Band access trial NZART is pleased to announce that it has negotiated with RSM and the NZ Defence Force to ob-tain a licence to allow limited operation by ZL amateur operators on 60m on a trial basis. The purpose of the trial is for RSM, NZART and primary users to investigate the ability for the amateur radio operators to operate on the frequencies of operation on a secondary basis without causing interference to primary users. As the licence is held by NZART and the GURL which covers amateur bands does not include 60m, those who wish to operate on the band must complete and sign a sub-licence form which sets out the terms of operation and return it to NZART. This is then to be scanned and emailed to Debby at NZART: nzart@nzart.org.nz. Please check that you fill out the entire form, including 'Schedule A' on the third page to avoid delays in pro-cessing. Once she acknowledges receipt you can begin operation. Operation centres on 5353 kHz and 5362 - 5364 kHz with a maximum output of 10 dBW e.i.r.p. Once you have this acknowledgement you will also have your Callsign and Name listed on the sub-licence holders list linked to the right. There are some FAQs linked to the right which we strongly suggest you read before you start to ensure you stay within the rules. We hope you enjoy these new privileges.


     

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