NZ 60m Sub License continued by regulator
The latest news bulletin - InfoLine 451 - from the New Zealand Amateur Radio Transmitters Society (NZART) reports that their regulator, RSM, has continued their 60 m Sub – Licence (5351.5 to 5366.5 kHz).
“As announced in the last InfoLine NZART has obtained from RSM, a new 60m license with the same terms and conditions as the previous license which expires on 4 May 2022. This allows time for RSM to promulgate a new GURL. If you have an existing 60m sub-license then it will continue to apply under the new license and you can continue operate on 60m as you did before. No need to reapply. If you are a new user to 60 m then you must first apply for a sub-license by completing the application found on the NZART website here: https://www.nzart.org.nz/info/60m and forward to NZART HQ for sign off and subsequent listing on the website of users. 73 Mark ZL3AB”
Paul, G4MWO Editor, The 5 MHz Newsletter