IARU voorstellen voor de Interum meeting in Vienna 2016

De ingediende voorstellen zijn verzameld door de IARU en gedistribueerd onder de (IARU) leden, in Nederland is dat de VERON.

De bijeenkomst zelf vindt plaats op 15 t/m 17 april 2015. Uiteraard zullen besluiten over de voorstellen zelf vóór die tijd vastgesteld moeten zijn.

Er zijn veel voorstellen voor VHF-en-hoger (C5) gedaan, waarbij de volgende hoofdthema’s zijn te onderscheiden:

  • Algemene zaken,
  • Frequentie zaken,
  • Quality Modes zaken,
  • Administratieve zaken,
  • een ATV gerelateerd voorstel,
  • veel contest zaken.

Omdat ieder land zelfstandig voorstellen heeft ingediend zijn er uiteraard wat overlappingen. Het is aan de commissie om het stemgedrag voor te bereiden van alle voorstellen. Uw inzichten kunnen daarbij behulpzaam zijn. Als u een duidelijk standpunt heeft over één of meer van de onderwerpen kan gereageerd worden. Het is belangrijk dat duidelijk is aangegeven over welk (nummer) voorstel het gaat, eens of tegen het voorstel, uiteraard met heldere motivatie. Om de motivatie te begrijpen kan het handig zijn te refereren naar andere documenten of paragrafen in het VHF managers handbook die relevant zijn

Uiteraard is het niet mogelijk het iedereen naar de zin te maken. Daarnaast betreft het hier een Interum meeting, zodat diverse aspecten ongetwijfeld nader onderzoek vereisen zodat pas volgend jaar een besluit over het betreffende (aangepaste?) voorstel wordt genomen.

De voorstellen (alles in de Engelse taal) kunt u hier downloaden (4,2 MB).

Hulpmiddel om snel een beeld te kunnen vormen van de voorstellen:

VIE_C5_ Main subject Subject Additional information
01 General Agenda en list of documents Overview of individual proposals, clustered per main subject.
02 General Situation report Varna 2014 Check and to-do’s Status of actions
03 General Report of the chairman C5 General overview of newsletter, handbook, website, WRC, contests, innovation, Wiki.
04 Satellite Report satellite coordinator IARU-R1 General information.
05 Contest Rules modification on 50 MHz contests Change to 4 digit locator instead of 6 digit locator because outside R1 it is not common to use 6 digits.
06 Frequency Amateur service spectrum requirements in ITU and R1 TROs Trigger a consideration to develop possible agenda items for ITU WRCs post 2019.
07 Frequency Band plan 2m and crossband Remove limitation of possibility to have cross band repeaters (by removing footnote)
08 Frequency Band plan 2m: footnotes Omit footnotes from handbook for better understanding of the 2 m bandplan.

III: no packet radio network

C 4th paragraph: implement 12.5 KHz spacing system.

d. Established simplex frequencies on repeater output channels may be retained.

H: unmanned packet stations in 144.800 – 144.9625 in 12.5 KHz spacing.

09 Frequency Band plan 70cm repeaters Changes to USAGE section, 12.5 KHz spacing, 25 KHz spacing with several spacings (7.6 MHz, 1.6 MHz, 2 MHz
10 Frequency

Quality Modes

ATV

5650-5850 MHz band plan update for HAMNET backbone and ATV coexistence. Change in 6 cm bandplan to accept HAMNET used in combination with ATV.
11 Frequency Common set of technical arguments for “safe coexistence” Coexistence between professional users (OFDM) and amateurs hard to prove and document. Proposal is to bundle expertise on this.
12 Contest Adding QSO frequency to EDI file Adding the exact used frequency to the EDI file could be a great help for cross-checks of the logs. Not immediately as an obligation but as a first step to it. (The frequency is often available via CAT interfaces).
13 Contest New SO LP section in IARU R1 VHF contest Low Power section limited to 100W and also linit the number of antenna systems to use.
14 Contest Update of MO section definition in IARU R1 contests Change definition for Multi Ops ‘all other entrents’ to ‘stations operated by multiple operators’.
15_1 Contest New MO SA section in IARU R1 VHF contest Differentiate between Single Antenna and Multiple Antenna stations
16_1 X

 

(Dupe document) X
17 Contest Align the rule for the 6H section with newly proposed SO LP section in IARU R1 VHF contest Change definitions for section ‘6 hours single’ and ‘6 hours multi’.

6 hours single: 1 operator, <100W, one antenna for transmit and receive.

6 hours multi: same but with more the one operators.

18 Contest Amendment to the chapter 5.3.10 (Ëntries”) Late logs are not rejected but become checklogs, permission is given for use the data for other purposes then the contest (except personal data). By sending the log some aspects are agreed on.
19 Contest Amendment to chapter 5.8.1 Contest logs of local contests to become public for cross checking purposes
20 Contest Clarification of 6H contest rule Clarification on longer operating time, that the log needs to be uploaded completely. Yhe contest robot extracts the 6 hours, the rest is used for cross checks.
21 Contest Contest secrions abbreviations (chapter 5.3.2) Clarification of section identification in EDI file for robot purposes.
22 Contest New section in chapter 5: “Rules for automatic contest adjudication” Form a working group to prepare comparison of contest robots algorithms.
23 Contest Widening the 144 MHz SSB/CW segment for 24 hours only during IARU R1 VHF contest Based on historical data showing less interest in CW during the VHF-contest: enlarge the portion of SSB sub-band during the IARU VHF contest (only during those 24 hours!) Less CW, more SSB or both.
24 Documentation Intention VHF managers handbook/readability/document control Lots of historical information in the VHF managers handbook that disturbs during daily use, preventing unlimited growing.

Make clear what the intention is of the book, actualise it in wordings.

25 Documentation Risk of losing data/information Email addresses and data to be centralised under supervision of IARU.
26 Contest IARU contest rules not in all cases realistic and could be improved to gain future activity Make the contest rules as simple as possible to gain future activity.
27 Frequency

Quality Modes

 

New modulation rechniques asks for adaprion of text and bandplans to prevent limitations of development Evaluate the VHF-managers handbook that it will be less stringent so future (already) developments could easily be implemented. Do no mention ‘FM’ or other modulation techniques but just the bandwidth and ‘simplex’ an ‘duplex’.
28 Contest Unique template for contest results Using a templeate for final classifications in defined fields.
29 Contest Export contest results from the contest robot Make the results available in format .xls, .csv, pdf for easy publishing in magazines and other media.
30 Contest Modification of 5.3.6 paragraph In case of selfspotting: disqualify the station and not just the QSO only.
31 Documentation Mailing list for VHF managers Dedicated email lists for contesters and VHF management.
32 Frequency Modification of 50 MHz bandplan Include MGM en SSB/telegraphy part, move EME and MS centres of activity.
33 Contest Modification to paragraph 5.3.12 Prizes for section winners, ATV added, costs of the prizes for the organizing country, prizing ceremony in Friedrichshafen.
34 Frequency Discussion about the status of 50 MHz beacon Discussion about the status of the move of 50 MHz beacons to the window defined in 2010.
35 Contest Discussion about the management of the IARU contest At this moment it is still not defined who will be in charge with the organising of the IARU contests (50/70 – VHF – UHF – MW – ATV) for the next years.
36 Documentation Update paragraph 5.11 Update the overview with winners of the contests, add 50/70 and ATV.
37 Frequency Harmonisation of WSPR frequencies WSPR frequencies not in harmonisation with current situation.
38 Frequency 144 MHz narrowband modernisation Bandplan restructuring in the 2 m band for CW/MGM/SSB related to MS and EME
39 Contest VHF contest guidance on secondary methods Add examples of what is acceptable as selfspotting (advertising its own frequency) to the VHF managers handbook.
40_1 Frequency

 

VHF managers handbook updates Update of the handbook for items that are outdated or largely editorial in nature.
41_1 Frequency

Quality Modes

144/435 MHz APRS harmonisation Harmonize APRS frequencies in regions. 144.390 is not acceptable, this could not be combined with weak signal modes. Define 70 cm frequency. Emphasise that equipment is failsafe to prevent uncoordinated transmissions.

 

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