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biff44 (Electrical)
18 Sep 08 11:50
Does anyone know, for certain, if there are unlicensed ISM bands available in Israel?  For instance, is there a 433.05-434.79 MHz and 920-928 MHz band, and what are the requirements for each?  I am getting all sorts of conflicting information.
Higgler (Electrical)
19 Sep 08 13:21
I worked for someone who needed two antennas, US at 430 MHz and Europe is 390 MHz.
sorry can't help more.
kch
VE1BLL (Military)
19 Sep 08 14:21
The ITU provides recommendations by Regions, but national governments have the final say. There must be a Communications Ministry in Israel that is the authority regarding such things.

 
biff44 (Electrical)
20 Sep 08 11:45
Yep, that is exactly my problem.  Israel is in Region I of the ITU, and that suggests all sorts of things related to ISM frequencies.  However, when I try to confirm if those bands, or parts of those bands, are allowed in Israel, I hit a stone wall.  Unfortunately I can not read Hebrew, so my searches are limited to English websites.  I simply can not believe that the Israeli spectrum policy is not available in english somewhere, But I have not found it yet!
SteveWag (Civil/Environmental)
22 Sep 08 16:13
E-Mail Phoenix Contact, they make radios for use all over the world. They have a US web site and a world wide site, both in English.
Steve
 
VE1BLL (Military)
22 Sep 08 16:35
Strange. The "English" option appears for only a second or so on their website before it gets overwritten and disappears. It took two tries for me to be quick enough to click on it.

http://www.moc.gov.il/130-en/MOC.aspx



 
Higgler (Electrical)
25 Sep 08 15:54
Ve1BLL, I clicked that link you provided, it's all English all the time for me.

kch
VE1BLL (Military)
25 Sep 08 16:50
That's the English link.

The other day, for some unknown reason, when I visited the top level website (www.moc.gov.il), the "English" option appeared on my browser for only a very brief time before disappearing. It took a couple of tries to be quick enough to click on it to capture the English link which I posted.

But the top level website is fixed today and the English option is an easy click for anyone.

  
biff44 (Electrical)
28 Sep 08 17:25
Just fyi, decided to go with channels 3 thru 9 of the 802.11 2.4 ghz band.  Never did find any confirmation of other allowable ISM bands in Israel.  I don't think there is one.

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