In a statement published on this date Ofcom sets out its conclusions on the proposal to implement a light licence regime to authorise the use of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) repeaters in the UK.
As described in the earlier bulletin on 6 April 2012 (below) there is
a need to keep track of the whereabouts of GPS repeater installations
in case of any reported cases of wireless interference.
Initially it was thought that the license regime would be implemented
in the September time-frame, but the latest estimate from Ofcom brings
this forward to the end of July, once the relevant documentation is
finalised and in place.
The official statement can be viewed here.
Our partner company Faltech offers a range of GNSS repeaters in the UK - www.gps-repeaters.com