Welcome to Tropical band

To most people the phrase "tropical bands" bring a pretty clear picture to mind - a bunch of shirtless guys playing calypso music. But to experienced shortwave DXers those two little words express the most challenging and enjoyable part of the radio hobby. The phrase kindles memories of a DXer's best catches and favorite QSLs, of exotic stations, music and of early morning listening sessions. (Don Moore)
I like the "Tropical band" name for new 60m allocation. (OK1RP)

Effective from 1st Jan 2017 please paper QSL via OM-bureau only.

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

NZ 60m Sub License continued by regulator

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”

https://www.nzart.org.nz/assets/infoline/2022/HQ-Infoline-Issue-451.pdf               InfoLine 451


Paul, G4MWO Editor, The 5 MHz Newsletter

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