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Thread: Radio Yesteryear 151.625 FM

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    Radio Yesteryear 151.625 FM

    http://radioyesteryear.org.au/

    How does one get a license for such a frequency and on what would one tune it in? ???

    I'm not aware of this frequency being used for broadcasting or even amateur radio anywhere in the world.

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    Re: Radio Yesteryear 151.625 FM

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad-Stevens
    http://radioyesteryear.org.au/

    How does one get a license for such a frequency and on what would one tune it in? ???

    I'm not aware of this frequency being used for broadcasting or even amateur radio anywhere in the world.
    http://www.acma.gov.au/WEB/STANDARD/pc=PC_1288

    (Australia seems to have a bit of a history of strange broadcasting allocations. One channel's worth of spectrum in the middle of the UHF TV dial is not assigned to TV broadcasting -- it's assigned to hams -- who have used it to transmit information about amateur radio to the general public...)

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    Re: Radio Yesteryear 151.625 FM

    @w9wi
    Thanks for the clarification on that.

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