With an update of the original 2006 decree the contest ban has been temporalily lifted within the frequency band 50.08-51 MHz, so German amateurs may participate in 6m contests in the time periode May – September.
All other provisions, which later modified the original 2006 decree, are still valid until the end of 2019.
This is reported by Ulrich Müller, DK4VW, DARC Frequency Manager.
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