Ofcom have announced that following representations they are restoring the 75.875-76.0 GHz Amateur and Amateur-Satellite allocation to Primary status in the new amateur radio licence which comes into effect on April 7, 2015.
The Ofcom licensing updates page says:
Following the recent notification sent to licensees of our proposal to vary the Amateur Radio Licence, Ofcom now publishes a Notice of Variation to the Amateur Radio licence.
Licensees who received a notification dated 30th January are not covered by this. Their licences will be the subject of a separate Notice, which we shall publish in the course of the next couple of weeks.
The new licence document, which will have effect from 7 April 2015 has been published on our website, at
The Notice of Variation along with Annex A and B can be downloaded from
A number of changes have been made to the licence proposals originally announced December 5, 2014, these are detailed in Annex B.
It is understood that examinations will continue to be based on old licence terms until October 2015, since any exam changes are subject to a six month notice period.
Read the RSGB report at