A public consultation is being held in Brazil concerning both the 430 MHz and 1240 MHz Amateur Radio bands.
On March 23, the National Telecommunications Agency ANATEL published a Public Consultation proposal no. 14/2020 on technical and operational requirements for the use of the frequency bands from 430 MHz to 440 MHz and from 1240 MHz to 1300 MHz, by stations of the Private Limited Service (SLP) for radiolocation applications.
The national amateur radio society LABRE says
“The radio amateur community is concerned about the possible occurrence of interference, especially in the 70 cm band”
Read the translated LABRE post https://tinyurl.com/BrazilLABRE
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