Date of HA first permisions?

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Gabriel, EA6VQ

Wed Jul 29 2009, 03:59PM
Please, what date were HA stations allowed to use 50 MHz?

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Steve, G7KHF
Thu Jul 30 2009, 06:51AM
Steve, G7KHF
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Hi Gabriel
Try here:
I can't find any thing from the Hungarian licensing dept.
Steve
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Gabriel, EA6VQ
Thu Jul 30 2009, 06:24PM
Gabriel, EA6VQ
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Many thanks Steve,

That page helped a lot, but I still need to know the date the use of 50 MHz was granted to every HA. I think it was sometime in 2006, but I don't know more details.
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Mark, CT1FJC
Thu Jul 30 2009, 07:27PM
Mark, CT1FJC
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Hi Gabriel
Why not e mail one of the more well known HA stations and ask the question.
Like the Guy that makes 6 meter Amps.
From the firsts list it looks like June 2006.
GL & 73 Mark CT1FJC
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Dai, G8FXM
Thu Jul 30 2009, 08:09PM
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It was definatly back in 2006, thats when Kris, HA5X contacted me and became our HA Country Manager for a year in an effort to kick start membership there. Maybe a quick email to Kris will give you an exact date. He's not registered on this site, but if you Google him you can find his website and contact details easily enough.
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Trev, EA5ISZ
Fri Jul 31 2009, 03:06PM
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Hi Gabriel,
I am not sure if this is what you need, it came from Six News #88 in July 2006:
"Hungary
Since 29th March, the 50 - 52MHz band has been open to all CEPT-level licencees, but only with a maximum power of 10W ERP. The National Communications Authority (NHH) has invited
the Hungarian Amateur Radio Society (MRASZ) to take part in an experiment which is aimed at answering the question
of whether or not a higher power limit would impose threat to the primary band usage: broadcasting.
A maximum of 100 stations can take part in the experiment, each with up to 150W RF power and antennas with up to 6 dB gain. MRASZ is currently advertising to find participants for the experiment. Details of the experiment, dates,
selected stations, etc. will be published later.
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Gabriel, EA6VQ
Fri Jul 31 2009, 04:30PM
Gabriel, EA6VQ
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Many thanks for all replies. I will contact some HA stations to confirm the date, but I think that Trev's post has given me the information I needed.
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Gabriel, EA6VQ
Fri Jul 31 2009, 06:06PM
Gabriel, EA6VQ
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Now I have all information:

The first experimental licence was valid between 1 - 30 August 2005. In that period, the following stations were allowed: HA0DU, HA0HO, HA0HW, HA0LC, HA1AG/p, HA1FV, HA1RS, HA1UF/p, HA1WD, HA1XY, HA1YA, HG1Z, HA2RD, HA2SX, HA2VR, HG2ECZ, HA3MQ, HA3MY, HA3UU, HA4DX, HA4XG, HA4YF, HA5AK, HA5CBA, HA5DI, HA5HK, HA5HRK, HA5JI, HA5KDQ, HA5KHC, HA5LN, HA5LV, HA5MA, HA5MS, HA5OV, HA5PT, HA5RSB, HA5TMK, HA5UK, HA5VW, HA5VZ/7, HA5WH, HA5XXA, HA5XYZ, HA6KNB, HA6NL, HA6NN, HA6OI,
HA6ZB, HA7CR, HA7EG, HA7MB, HA7P, HA7PB, HA7TM, HA7UG, HA7VC, HG7NS, HG7WFM, HA8BE, HA8BI, HA8BS, HA8IB, HA8MV, HA9OZD

Power allowed was 5 W ERP and the band was 50.0500 - 50.5000 MHz.

Since 29 March 2006, the 50-52 MHz band is open for anyone with a CEPT-licence. Power limit is 10 W ERP, but there have been some experimental licences for various periods for higher power.
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Peter, PA2V
Sun Aug 02 2009, 11:14AM
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I know there is a debate on it. But the first HA's on the 6M band were allready there in 1995. Those send out cards via the bureau and have been accepted by the DXCC desk. They also stated that it was a legal operation. With the renewed permit in august 2005 it was claimed by several as the first legal operation. It all becomes a mistery. I guess also because of the changed political climate in Hungary!!! In my opinion we better accept that the ones in the past were legal too...
73, Peter
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