The IARU Region 3 Band Plans have been reviewed at the triennial IARU Region 3 Conferences.
A version using a new format was adopted at the 17th IARU Region 3 Conference, Seoul, September 2018 on condition of further modifications taking into account the comments/corrections raised and approved at the conference.
The IARU Region 3 band plan committee, which was set up in Region 3 in December after the conference and chaired by Sion Chow, 9M2CQC, reviewed the outcome of the Conference and completed the revised work with the conjunction of Region 3 Chairman and directors.
The revised IARU Region 3 band plan can be found below and also uploaded in the IARU Region 3 website.
73 de Shizuo Endo JE1MUI
Secretary, IARU Region 3
The WIA IARU R3 band plan committee representative is Grant Willis VK5GR.
Revised IARU Region 3 Band Plan
R3-004-IARU Region 3 BAND PLAN rev.1.pdf
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