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Wednesday, 7 December 1960

Mr DAVIDSON - There is no justification for the assumption that, as a result of the allocation of very high frequency channels for television, the amateur radio operators will be in any way adversely affected. There may be some slight adjustment with respect to these operators just as there probably will be some slight adjustment to make in respect of thousands of other users of the spectrum. This matter is being dealt with by a high level committee under the chairmanship of Professor Huxley, and I am quite sure that when the full report is made it will be found that justice has been done to all users. Amateur radio operators, through their institute, have been given a special representative on the review committee, and I believe that he can be trusted to ensure that their interests are properly watched.

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