In reply to ON6DSL:
Something about 7118 MHz … for me no problem.
But thinking also on our friends that can not use these freq.
There are still some amateur radio stations in some european countries
that can NOT use these freq. above 7.100 MHz … give them a chance to
work you also !
Indeed that was the case. The other thing that changed yesterday was that 7.1 - 7.2 MHz became a worldwide exclusive Amateur allocation.
This means that those countries that didn’t allow it on secondary basis should now hopefully change to permit its use.
e.g. the UK licence said: “7,100-7,200 kHz Amateur Service – Secondary User: 26dBW permitted. Available on the basis of non interference to other services (inside or outside of the UK).” but this should be changing to primary.
Hopefully it will no longer be necessary to QSY under 7.1MHz for some countries.