. NTIA Manual Chapter 4 Section 4.3.5 contains a table of all channels for: VOR 108-118 MHz; DME and TACAN 962-1213 MHz; ILS Localizer 108.1-111.95 MHz; ILS Glide Slope 329.15-334.85 MHz; See: Instrument Landing System (ILS) Frequencies; Additional Informatio This Band Plan is meant to be a general guide and local band plans take precedence. ITU Common Amateur Radio Country Prefixes 1A** (SMO) of Malta (Rome) 1S** Spratly Is 2I Northern Ireland 3A Monaco 3B6, 3B7 Agalega & St. Brandon Is 3B8 Mauritius 3B9 Rodriguez Is 3CØ Annobon Is 3C1 Equatorial Guine UHF (430MHz-450MHz) Bandplan. Available spectrum 20 MHz. Radiolocation primary . Amateur secondary (432 - 438 Remote Sensing Satellite Radar also secondary) 430.025 - 431.500 DIGITAL MODES (1) (6) (7) 431.500 - 433.000 CW, SSB, MOONBOUNCE (Global Allocation), Amplitude Modulation narrow band modes. 432.000 Center frequency for EME, globally.
Bandplan. Name: Last Modification Date: Old: 10 July 2013: Name: Size: Version: Last Modification Date: Bp Hf 2013 32 : 213,09 KB : 12 July 2013: Bp U Shf : 93,33 KB : 18 October 2010: Bp V Uhf 2013 32 : 225,18 KB : 10 July 2013: You are here: Root | Leech protection: OFF | There are 1 folders and 3 files here. 4 Comments Already. Subscribe to. Søgning efter nye frekvenser. Ved at kombinere båndplanen med oplysningerne om fordelingen af base/mobil frekvenser kan man opstille en liste over de områder, hvor man med størst udbytte kan søge efter nye frekvenser Bandplan 70cm, 430 - 440 MHz Zuweisung Nutzung 430.000-431.975 Subregionale Bandplanung 430.000 MHz NBFM/DV Simplex (2) PR, DV Simplex Digipeater 25 kHz Abstand 432.000-432.100 CW CW, Telegrafie Anruffrequenz Telegrafie SSB Anruffrequenz 432.100-432.399 SSB/Telegrafie Mikrowellen Rückruffrequenz APRS MGM FAX (FSK) MGM RTTY (FSK/PSK) Fußnoten Machine Generated Modulation zoals RTTY, AMTOR, PACTOR, PSK31 enz. SSTV/FAX : Baken VHF/UHF Band Plan Below you will find the VHF/UHF Ham Radio Band Plan generally accepted for use in the San Francisco Bay Area. Please take note specifically of the calling frequencies which is where you are likely to find most of the activity during VHF/UHF contests
UHF bands: 70 cm, 420-450 MHz 33 cm, 902-928 MHz 23 cm, 1240-1300 MHz 13 cm, 2300-2310 and 2390-2450 MHz SHF bands: SHF In June 2010 the NCPA adopted the ARRL band plan for the 1.25 m band. In August 2017 the NCPA added three channels to the lower digital segment in the 2 m band, as per IARU Amateur radio frequency allocations, band plans category is a curation of 77 web resources on , UK Band Plan, New Zealand Ham Radio Band Plan, Eham: Amateur Radio Bands. Resources listed under Band Plan category belongs to Ham Radio main collection, and get reviewed and rated by amateur radio operators 1240 23 cm (1240 MHz)* 1270 1295 1300 N (5 W )E,A,G,T MHz 33 cm (902 MHz)* 902.0 928.0 MHz E,A,G,T 70 cm (420 MHz)* 420.0 450.0 E,A,G,T MHz 1.25 Meters (222 MHz) 219.0 220.0 222.0 225.
Frequencies must be coordinated with your local coordinating body, or RAC VHF-UHF Advisory where no coordination body exists. (6) Non conforming analog links on 70 cm are grandfathered provided that their existence does not cause harmful interference with amateur operations designated for that sub-band. In the case of interference, coordination. Kontakt. Bestellung Frequenzplan Bundesnetzagentur, Postfach: 8001, 53105 Bonn. Telefax: 0228 14-6125 . E-Mail: 221-Postfach@BNetzA.d RAC 0 - 30 MHz Band Plan Effective Date: December 1, 2015 /rac--30-mhz-band-plan/ 5332 kHz plus Others: 60m Amateur Radio Band Channels Date: January 22, 2014 /5332khz-plus-others-60m-page/ 50 MHz (6m) Date: October 1997 /50-mhz-6m-page/ 144 MHz (2m) Date: September 23, 1995 /144-mhz-2m-page/ 220 MHz (135 cm) Date: October 1997 /220-mhz-135. They met to discuss various coordination issues ranging from implementing the new UHF band plan, discussing the renewal process, a proposed statewide repeater directory and changes for 1.2 Ghz. Special thanks to Dave Davis WB5WIA for hosting the meeting at the UTA Engineering building. The following is the recommendation from the committee.
UHF. 430 - 440 MHz (70 centimeter). Telegrafie, bakens, slowscantelevisie, spraak en digitale data toegestaan. 1240 - 1300 MHz (23 cm) idem; 2320 - 2450 MHz (13 cm) idem; SHF. 3400 - 3475 MHz (9 cm) idem; 5650 - 5850 MHz (6 cm) idem; 10 - 10,5 GHz (3 cm) idem; 24 - 24,25 GHz (1,25 cm) idem; EHF. 47 - 47,2 GHz idem; 76 - 81,5 GHz ide UHF: Ultra High Frequency µW: UHF-Frequenzband, Dezimeterwellen: 0,3-3 GHz: 10-1 dm: Fernsehen, Mikrowellenherd, WLAN, Bluetooth, DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-C, DAB+, LT Amateur Radio Band Plans 10MHz (30m) Max Bandwidth [Hz] UK Usage 10.100-10.140 200 Telegraphy (CW) 10.116kHz - QRP (low power) centre of activity 10.140-10.150 500 All narrow band modes AX25 packet should not be used on the 10MHz band. Unattended Machine Generated Modes (Digimodes) should avoid the use of the 10MHz band. The 10MHz band is allocated to the Amateur Service only on a Secondary basis
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General notes to the Band Plan. ITU-R Recommendation SM.328 (extract) Necessary bandwidth: For a given class of emission, the width of the frequency band which is just sufficient to ensure the transmission of information at the rate and with the quality required under specified conditions While the ARRL band plan sets the guidelines for band use across the US, VHF and UHF band plans are really defined on a statewide or regional basis. This means it is best to find the specific band plan for your region. This may be a challenge to find the right information, but try searching the web for 70 cm band plan and your state _______________________________________________________ Note: The 2300 MHz band plan was adopted by the ARRL Board of Directors in January 1991 Note: The following band plans were adopted by the ARRL Board of Directors in July 1988 3300-3500 MHz .750,00 - 409.987,50 MHz Pasmo FRS (Chińska wersja).
[callout] Quick Links Available Band Plans Frequency Allocations [/callout] Available Band Plans H Block (pdf) Auction(s): 96 1.4 GHz (pdf) Auction(s): 69 218-219 MHz (pdf) 218-219 MHz (Formerly IVDS) Auction(s): 2, 218-219 MHz Band, 89 220 MHz (pdf) Auction(s): 18, 24, 43, 72, 89 24 GHz (pdf) Auction(s): 56 39 GHz (pdf) Auction(s): 30 700 MHz Band (pdf) Auction(s): 73, 92 800 MHz Air-Ground. IARU REGION 1 VHF/UHF/Microwaves BANDPLANS On the following pages the official IARU Region 1 bandplans currently valid for the 50 MHz, the 70 MHz,the 145 MHz, the 435 MHz and the microwave bands are set out. In accordance with the policy outlined in section IIa, point 2, only carefully considered modifications and/or additions have been made durin
Southern Nevada Repeater Council Southern Nevada VHF/UHF Band Plan. The law behind bandplan compliance: The reader should not confuse the bandplans published by the ARRL and coordination entities with the FCC Mandated band allocations.. While the former are recommendations, the latter carry the weight of law and their contravention may result in enforcement action Band Plan for HF Band Plan for VHF Band Plan for UHF CB Frequencies CB Keydown CB Lingo Civil Air Patrol Coax Cable Data CTCSS Tones CW Abbreviations Dot & Star Frequencies DTMF Tones EMD Codes FM Broadcast Band FRS Frequencies Gain Table GMRS Ham Bands Hexadecimal-Decimal Hexadecimal-Octal Hurricane Net DV + SV BANDPLÁN PRO RADIOAMATÉRSKÝ PROVOZ. 137 kHz Segment [kHz] Druh provozu 135.7 - 136.0 CW, zkušební provoz, QRSS 136.0 - 137.4 CW 137.4 - 137.6 DIGI, vyjma C SCRRBA Band Plans have been created and revised at various general membership meetings over the years. The following band plans are available (as PDF and/or HTML files) On November 18, the FCC released a Report and Order (R&O), defining new rules for the 60 meter (5 MHz) band. In the R&O, the FCC replaced one of the channels in the band, increased the maximum authorized power amateur stations may transmit in this band and authorized amateur stations to transmit three additional emission designators in the five channels in the 5330.6-5406.4 kHz band (60 meters)
Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society winner of the RSGB West Midlands Regional club of the year 2012 and 2013. 2012 was a fantastic year for Wolverhampton ARS, a year of rejuvenation as well as our 90th Birthday Amateur television (ATV) is the hobby of transmitting broadcast- compatible video and audio by amateur radio. It also includes the study and building of such transmitters and receivers and the propagation between these two.. In NTSC countries, ATV operation requires the ability to use a 6 MHz wide channel. All bands at VHF or lower are less than 6 MHz wide, so ATV operation is confined to UHF. HF /VHF / UHF Bands Operating Guide Covering the most used bands The very best and most compact Ham Band Operating Reference available! Now updated with the new FCC amateur band plan changes which became effective December 15, 2006, and the no-code Tech changes effective as of February 24, 2007. A Handy Operating Tool. Combines a Band Plan with useful operating informatio The IARU VHF/UHF bandplan states them nicely. Questions: - is there a single source for the (east-coast part of the) US that states the simplex and repeater frequencies (or does it differ per region)