New Frequencies for Polish Radio Amateurs

Poland’s national society the Polski Związek Krótkofalowców (PZK) has announced new frequency allocations for the Amateur and Amateur-satellite Services.

The frequency range 2400-2450 MHz has been allocated to the Amateur-satellite Service and it is understood that one of the  BRITE-PL amateur radio nanosats will be making use of this allocation.

In addition frequency allocations of 70.1-70.3 MHz and 3400-3410 MHz have been made available to the Amateur Service.

Some of the students who worked on the Amateur Radio CubeSat PW-SAT (launched January, 2012) went on to work on the development of the two BRITE-PL nanosats.

Polski Związek Krótkofalowców (PZK) in Google English
http://tinyurl.com/PolandPZK

BRITE-PL http://www.brite-pl.pl/index_en.html

BRITE Project http://www.utias-sfl.net/docs/LivePapersAsOfJan2011/BRITE-COSPAR2010-PaperSR-WW-REZ-SM-AS-TM.pdf

BRITE TV http://www.uk.amsat.org/3054

IARU Amateur Satellite Frequency Coordination pages hosted by AMSAT-UK http://www.amsat.org.uk/iaru/