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25 kHz to 8.33 kHz radio changes

25 kHz to 8.33 kHz radio changes

The BMAA is waiving its fee for radio upgrades - 25 kHz to 8.33 kHz channel spacing - and has created a simple declaration form for straightforward, like-for-like radio upgrades - handheld to handheld, or panel-mount to panel-mount.

Many owners will have to change their radio in the next year or so from a 25 kHz channel-spacing radio to an 8.33 kHz channel-spacing radio.  We have generated a very simple Standard Minor Modification – TIL 119 – to streamline the approval process for owners who already have a BMAA-approved radio installation – Standard Minor Modification, Minor Modification, or MAAN - and are doing a straightforward like-for-like change to an 8.33 kHz radio – handheld to handheld, or panel-mount to panel-mount.  For radio changes that fall outside of this scope, the existing Standard Minor Modifications – TIL 101 and TIL 102 – should be used.

Additionally, the BMAA will not charge for approving a radio change from a 25 kHz radio to an 8.33 kHz radio.  That’s as long as the original radio fitment is properly approved, and the change is approved using a BMAA Standard Minor Modification: TIL 101, TIL 102 or TIL 119.

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