[AMRadio] IARU REGION 2 BANDPLAN


Bry Carling bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Wed Oct 30 10:52:24 EDT 2013


Great, so no more CW in the DX window below 1810 and no AM at all. This is outrageous. I SUGGEST WE START BY GETTING SOME NETS GOING ON 160 M A.M. AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Whoops caps lock on.

Bry Carling
http://af4k.com

> On Oct 30, 2013, at 10:38 AM, "Mike Sawyer" <w3slk at verizon.net> wrote:
> 
> Hopefully, this will be allowed to go through. We shall see since I did a 
> cut-n-paste from the IARU website.
> Mod-U-Lator,
> Mike(y)
> W3SLK
> 
> IARU REGION 2 BAND PLAN
> 
> Effective since September 27, 2013
> 
> INTRODUCTION
> 
> The IARU Region 2 has established this band plan as the way to better
> 
> organize the use of our bands efficiently. To the extent possible, this band 
> plan
> 
> is harmonized with those of the other regions. It is suggested that Member
> 
> Societies, in coordination with the authorities, incorporate it in their 
> regulations
> 
> and promote it widely with their radio amateur communities.
> 
> DEFINITIONS
> 
> Band usage: The correct usage of each band segment is defined by the
> 
> combination of 3 characteristics: the mode, the maximum bandwidth (BW)
> 
> and the application.
> 
> Frequencies: The announced frequencies in the band plan are understood as
> 
> "transmitted frequencies" and not those of the suppressed carrier.
> 
> Bandwidth: The maximum bandwidth determines the maximum spectral width
> 
> (-6 dB points) of all emissions allowed in a segment. Sets the power output 
> and
> 
> modulation levels minimum as possible for do not exceed the maximum
> 
> expected BW.
> 
> Application: The applications column indicates the usage of a segment. In
> 
> case only one application (or number of applications) is (are) exclusively
> 
> allowed, the word "exclusive" is added.
> 
> Point-to-point QSO: All frequencies can be used to establish point-to-point
> 
> QSO with the specified mode and BW. However segments devoted to beacons,
> 
> repeaters and satellites should be avoided.
> 
> CW: Telegraphy (A1A) QSO is permitted over the whole band, but preferably
> 
> not in the beacon segments and repeater inputs.
> 
> AM: DSB AM phone is allowed with maximum of 6 kHz BW. The AM signal can
> 
> be placed when: a) the segment is permitted for "all modes" with sufficient
> 
> bandwidth; b) the BW field is marked with "(*)", allowing AM with maximum 6
> 
> kHz BW as an exception.
> 
> SSB, AM and FM: These modes are cited on the band plan for analog phone
> 
> communications only (not for Digital Modes or Digital Voice).
> 
> USB/LSB: For SSB phone operations below 10 MHz use lower sideband (LSB);
> 
> above 10 MHz use upper sideband (USB).
> 
> DM: Digital Modes: Any mode devoted to digital data communication restricted
> 
> to the specified bandwidth and application of the segment (not for Digital 
> Voice
> 
> and Internet Voice Gateways). Examples: RTTY, PSK, FSK, etc.
> 
> DV: Digital Voice: Any mode based on digital encoded voice, restricted to 
> the
> 
> specified bandwidth and application of the segment. The non-voice digital
> 
> embedded content must be an ancillary data, not the main purpose of the
> 
> communication, except during emergency communications. Digital Voice users
> 
> should first check if the channel is already in use by other stations and 
> modes
> 
> (including analog).
> 
> Image Modes: Any analog or digital image modes within the appropriate
> 
> bandwidth of the segment. Examples: SSTV, FAX.
> 
> ACDS: Automatic Controlled Data Stations, including Store and Forward
> 
> stations (not Digital Voice Repeaters and Internet Voice Gateways). In the 
> case
> 
> of digital beacons, it's recommended to insert CW on the usual schedule for
> 
> non-machine recognition and use narrow BW as possible. ACDS are allowed
> 
> only when directly specified on the segment (except those on board 
> satellites
> 
> and spacecraft - able to transmit on specified satellites segments - and 
> onboard
> 
> near space stations - see "NSS"). Unattended operations are restricted in HF
> 
> (see "Unmanned/unattended transmitting stations").
> 
> Unmanned/unattended transmitting stations: IARU member societies are
> 
> requested to limit this activity on HF bands. It is recommended that any
> 
> unmanned/unattended transmitting stations on HF shall be activated only 
> under
> 
> operator control except for beacons agreed with IARU beacon coordinator or
> 
> specially licensed experimental stations.
> 
> Repeaters: Repeaters are cited on band plan for voice traffic and also carry
> 
> ancillary data in the cases of DV mode repeaters. Input segments could also 
> be
> 
> used for authorized links and controls related to the particular repeater 
> input.
> 
> Repeaters are allowed only when directly specified on the segment (except
> 
> those on board satellites and spacecraft - able to transmit on specified 
> satellite
> 
> segments - and on board near space stations - see "NSS").
> 
> IVG: Internet Voice Gateways: Simplex DV/FM communications linked by
> 
> Internet (via VoIP and/or related systems) to establish a network. IVG are
> 
> allowed only when directly specified on the segment.
> 
> Broadband Applications: Broadband applications may be used for any
> 
> combination of high-speed data (e.g. 802.11 protocols), Amateur Television 
> and
> 
> other high-bandwidth activities. Division into channels and/or separation of
> 
> uses within these segments may be done regionally based on needs and
> 
> usage.
> 
> Emergency communications: Amateur Radio emergency communications are
> 
> the preferred application over all other usage, especially on their 
> specified
> 
> frequencies during rescue operations.
> 
> Contests: Contest activity shall not take place on: 2200 m (136 kHz), 660 m
> 
> (472 kHz), 30 m (10 MHz), 17 m (18 MHz) and 12 m (24 MHz). Non-contesting
> 
> radio amateurs are encouraged to also use the contest-free bands during 
> large
> 
> international contests. Member societies are encouraged to publish contest
> 
> operating segments clearly in the rules of their contests and that those
> 
> segments are considered with due respect to the IARU band plans.
> 
> IBP: International Beacon Project: Worldwide network of high-frequency radio
> 
> beacons organized by IARU, sharing the same single frequency per band (20,
> 
> 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters).
> 
> NSS - Near Space Stations: Equipment located in temporary Near Space
> 
> Stations (such as those carried by High Altitude Balloons) can transmit 
> carefully
> 
> on any frequency; exceptions are the segments with "exclusive" usage where
> 
> "NSS" are not applied. NSS must follow the BW and mode restrictions of the
> 
> segment and observe carefully the usual occupation of the band on the 
> related
> 
> region to avoid harmful interference. For longer missions and NSS crossing
> 
> international and regional boundaries, extra care must be observed in
> 
> harmonization of different allocations.
> 
> BAND PLANS
> 
> LF - LOW FREQUENCIES
> 
> 2200 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 135,7-137,8 200 All modes
> 
> MF - MEDIUM FREQUENCIES
> 
> 660 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 472 - 479 2700 All modes
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - The operators should use the least bandwidth as much as possible.
> 
> 160 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 1800-1810 500 DM
> 
> 1810-1830 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 1812 kHz
> 
> 1830-1840 200 CW CW Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window)
> 
> 1840-1850 2700 CW, SSB SSB Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window)
> 
> 1850-1999 2700 All modes SSB QRP Center of Activity 1910 kHz
> 
> 1998-1999 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 1999-2000 200 CW Beacons
> 
> HF - HIGH FREQUENCIES
> 
> 80 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 3500-3510 200 CW Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window)
> 
> 3510-3560 200 CW CW QRS Center of Activity 3555 kHz,
> 
> CW contest preferred
> 
> 3560-3580 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 3560 kHz
> 
> 3580-3590 500 CW, DM
> 
> 3590-3600 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 3600-3625 2700 (*) All modes ACDS
> 
> 3600-3650 2700 All modes SSB contest preferred
> 
> 3650-3700 2700 All modes SSB QRP Center of Activity 3690 kHz
> 
> 3700-3775 2700 All modes
> 
> SSB contest preferred,
> 
> Image Center of Activity 3735 kHz,
> 
> Emergency Center of Activity 3750 kHz
> 
> 3775-3800 2700 All modes Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window)
> 
> 3800-3875 2700 All modes
> 
> 3875-3900 2700 (*) All modes
> 
> Image Center of Activity 3845 kHz,
> 
> AM Center of Activity 3885 kHz,
> 
> Emergency Center of Activity 3985 kHz
> 
> 3900-4000 2700 All modes
> 
> 40 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 7000-7025 200 CW Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window)
> 
> 7025-7040 200 CW QRP Center of Activity 7030 kHz
> 
> 7040-7047 500 CW, DM
> 
> 7047-7050 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 7050-7053 2700 All modes ACDS
> 
> 7053-7060 2700 All modes R2 Emergency Center of Activity 7060 kHz
> 
> 7060-7100 2700 All modes
> 
> SSB contest preferred,
> 
> DV Center of Activity 7070 kHz,
> 
> SSB QRP Center of Activity 7090 kHz
> 
> 7100 - 7130 2700 (*) All modes
> 
> 7130 - 7200 2700 (*) All modes SSB contest preferred,
> 
> Image Center of Activity 7165 kHz
> 
> 7200 - 7300 2700 (*) All modes
> 
> R2 Emergency Center of Activity 7240 kHz,
> 
> SSB QRP Center of Activity 7285 kHz,
> 
> R2 Emergency Center of Activity 7275 kHz,
> 
> AM Center of Activity 7290 kHz
> 
> 30 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 10100 - 10130 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 10116 kHz
> 
> 10130 - 10140 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 10140 - 10150 2700 CW, DM
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - CW Beacons should be avoided.
> 
> 20 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 14000-14025 200 CW Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window)
> 
> 14025-14060 200 CW CW Contests preferred,
> 
> CW QRS Center of Activity 14055 kHz
> 
> 14060-14070 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 14060 kHz
> 
> 14070-14089 500 CW, DM
> 
> 14089-14099 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 14099-14101 200 CW IBP (exclusive)
> 
> 14101-14112 2700 All Modes ACDS
> 
> 14112-14190 2700 All Modes SSB Contest preferred
> 
> 14190-14200 2700 All Modes SSB Priority for intercontinental operation (DX
> 
> window), SSB Contest preferred
> 
> 14200-14285 2700 All Modes
> 
> SSB Contest preferred,
> 
> Image Center of Activity 14230 kHz,
> 
> SSB QRP Center of Activity 14285 kHz
> 
> 14285-14300 2700 (*) All Modes AM Calling QRG 14285 kHz
> 
> 14300-14350 2700 All Modes Global Emergency Center of Activity 14300 kHz
> 
> 17 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 18068-18095 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 18086 kHz
> 
> 18095-15105 500 CW, DM
> 
> 18105-18109 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 18109-18111 200 CW IBP (exclusive)
> 
> 18111-18120 2700 All modes ACDS
> 
> 18120-18168 2700 All modes QRP Center of Activity 18130 kHz,
> 
> Global Emergency Center of Activity 18160 kHz
> 
> 15 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 21000-21070 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 21060 kHz
> 
> 21070-21090 500 CW, DM
> 
> 21090-21110 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 21110-21120 2700 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 21120-21149 500 All modes
> 
> 21149-21151 200 CW IBP (exclusive)
> 
> 21151-21450 2700 All modes
> 
> SSB QRP Center of Activity 21285 kHz,
> 
> Image Center of Activity 21340 kHz,
> 
> Global Emergency Center of Activity 21360 kHz
> 
> 12 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 24890-24915 200 CW CW QRP Center of Activity 24906 kHz
> 
> 24915-24925 500 CW, DM
> 
> 24925-24929 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 24929-24931 200 CW IBP (exclusive)
> 
> 24931-24940 2700 All modes ACDS
> 
> 24940-24990 2700 All modes SSB QRP Center of Activity 24950 kHz
> 
> 10 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (kHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 28000-28070 200 CW CW QRS Center of Activity 28055 kHz,
> 
> CW QRP Center of Activity 28060 kHz
> 
> 28070-28120 500 CW, DM
> 
> 28120-28150 500 CW, DM ACDS
> 
> 28150-28190 500 CW, DM
> 
> 28190-28225 200 CW Beacons, IBP (exclusive) 28199-28201 kHz
> 
> 28225-28300 2700 All modes Beacons
> 
> 28300-28320 2700 All modes ACDS
> 
> 28320-29000 2700 All modes
> 
> DV Center of Activity 28330 kHz,
> 
> SSB QRP Center of Activity 28360 kHz,
> 
> Image Center of Activity 28680 kHz
> 
> 29000-29200 6000 All modes AM preferred
> 
> 29200-29300 6000 All modes ACDS
> 
> 29300-29510 6000 All Modes Satellite
> 
> 29510-29520 Guard band, no transmission allowed
> 
> 29520-29590 6000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (exclusive) (9 channels of 10
> 
> kHz from 29520-29590 kHz)
> 
> 29590-29620 6000 FM, DV FM calling QRG 29600 kHz
> 
> 29620-29700 6000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (9 channels of 10 kHz from
> 
> 29620 to 26690 kHz)
> 
> VHF - VERY HIGH FREQUENCIES
> 
> 6 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 50,000-50,100 500 CW Beacons
> 
> 50,100-50,125 2700 CW, SSB DX window. Calling QRG (exclusive) 50,110
> 
> MHz
> 
> 50,125-50,400 2700 CW, SSB, DM PSK Center of Activity 50,305 MHz
> 
> 50,400-50,500 2700 (*) All modes Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacons)
> 
> 50,500-50,600 2700 (*) All modes ACDS
> 
> 50,600-50,800 12000 All modes ACDS
> 
> 50,800-51,000 12000 All modes Radio remote control permitted (20 kHz
> 
> channels)
> 
> 51,000-51,110 2700 CW, SSB DX window
> 
> 51,110-51,480 12000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (exclusive) (10 kHz channels
> 
> starting at 51,120 MHz) (output +500 Hz)
> 
> 51,500-51,600 12000 FM, DV Simplex
> 
> 51,620-51,980 12000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (10 kHz channels starting at
> 
> 51,620 MHz) (input -500 Hz)
> 
> 52,000-52,100 12000 FM, DV IVG (10 kHz channels)
> 
> 52,100-54,000 12000 All modes
> 
> 2 METERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 144,000-144,025 2700 All modes Satellites (Note 1)
> 
> 144,000-144,110 500 CW EME and Weak Signal
> 
> 144,110-144,150 2700 CW, DM EME and Weak Signal
> 
> 144,150-144,180 2700 CW, DM, SSB Weak Signal
> 
> 144,180-144,275 2700 CW, SSB Weak Signal, Calling QRG (exclusive) 144,200
> 
> MHz
> 
> 144,275-144,300 500 CW Beacons
> 
> 144,300-144,360 12000 All modes
> 
> 144,360-144,400 12000 DM ACDS, APRS Center of Activity 144,390 MHz
> 
> 144,400-144,500 500 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacons) (Note 2)
> 
> 144,500-144,600 Local Option
> 
> 144,600-144,900 12000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (exclusive) (output +600 kHz)
> 
> 144,900-145,000 12000 FM, DV Weak Signal
> 
> 145,000-145,100 12000 All modes ACDS, IVG (10 kHz channels) (Note 3)
> 
> 145,100-145,200 Local Option
> 
> 145,200-145,500 12000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (input -600 kHz)
> 
> 145,500-145,790 12000 All modes
> 
> 145,790-145,800 Guard band, no transmission allowed
> 
> 145,800-146,000 12000 All modes Satellites (exclusive)
> 
> 146,000-146,390 12000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (exclusive) (output +600 kHz)
> 
> (Channels from 146,01-146,37 MHz)
> 
> 146,390-146,600 12000 FM, DV FM Calling Freq. 146,520 MHz
> 
> 146,600-146,990 12000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (input -600 kHz) (last channel
> 
> 144,970 MHz)
> 
> 146,990-147,400 12000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (exclusive) (output +600 kHz)
> 
> (first channel 147,000 MHz)
> 
> 147,400-147,590 12000 FM, DV
> 
> 147,590-148,000 12000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (input -600 kHz)
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - Designers and operators of satellites using this section shall not 
> transmit below 144,0025
> 
> MHz so that a necessary guard band is provided at the bottom band edge.
> 
> 2 - 144.490 MHz may be used for FM voice uplinks to the International Space 
> Station. Priority
> 
> should be given to this activity when required.
> 
> 3 - In Caribbean region 145,010 MHz must be protected for APRS operation.
> 
> 1,25 METER
> 
> Frequencies (MHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 220,000-222,000 12000 All modes ACDS
> 
> 222,000-222,050 500 CW, DM EME and Weak Signal
> 
> 222,050-222,060 500 CW Beacons
> 
> 222,060-222,070 500 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacons)
> 
> 222,070-222,100 500 CW, SSB, DM Weak Signal, SSB/CW Calling QRG 222,100
> 
> MHz
> 
> 222,100-222,150 2700 CW, SSB Weak Signal
> 
> 222,150-222,250 Local Option
> 
> 222,250-223,380 12000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (exclusive) (output +1600 kHz)
> 
> 223,380-223,520 12000 FM, DV
> 
> 223,520-223,640 12000 All modes ACDS
> 
> 223,640-223,700 12000 All modes ACDS, Links and control auxiliary to 
> repeaters
> 
> 223,700-223,750 12000 FM, DV ACDS, IVG (10 kHz channels)
> 
> 223,750-223,850 12000 FM, DV Local Option
> 
> 223,850-225,000 12000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (20 kHz channels) (input -
> 
> 1600 kHz)
> 
> UHF - ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY
> 
> 70 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 420,000-426,000 ATV ATV repeater or simplex with 421.25 MHz video
> 
> carrier control links and experimental
> 
> 426,000-432,000 ATV ATV simplex with 427.250-MHz video carrier
> 
> frequency (Note 1)
> 
> 432,000-432,025 500 CW EME
> 
> 432,025-432,100 500 CW, DM EME and Weak Signal
> 
> 432,100-432,300 2700 CW, SSB Weak Signal, SSB/CW Calling Frequency 432,1
> 
> MHz
> 
> 432,300-432,400 500 CW Beacons
> 
> 432,400-432,420 2700 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacons)
> 
> 432,420-433.000 2700 CW, SSB, DM
> 
> 433,000-433,050 12000 DM ACDS
> 
> 433,050-433,100 12000 All modes IVG
> 
> 433,100-435,000 Local Option
> 
> 435,000-438,000 12000 All modes Satellite (exclusive)
> 
> 438,000-450,000 Local Option (Note 1)
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - For countries without 430-450 MHz full Amateur Service range, the 
> 430-432 MHz and 438-450
> 
> MHz segments must be used according local options.
> 
> 33 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 902,000-902,075 Local option
> 
> 902,075-902,125 2700 CW, SSB Weak signal, Calling Frequency 902,1 MHz
> 
> 902,125-903,000 12000 FM, DV Repeater inputs (output +25 MHz) (12,5 kHz
> 
> channel spacing)
> 
> 903,000-903,100 2700 CW, SSB, DM Weak Signal, Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacon)
> 
> 903,100-903,400 2700 CW, SSB Weak Signal. Calling Frequency 903,1 MHz
> 
> 903,400-909,000 All modes Mixed operations including control links
> 
> 909,000-927,000 All modes Broadband multimedia including ATV, DATV
> 
> and SS.
> 
> 927,000-927,075 Local option
> 
> 927,075-927,125 FM, DV Simplex
> 
> 927,125-928,000 FM, DV Repeater outputs (input -25 MHz)
> 
> 23 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 1240,000-1246,000 ATV ATV Channel 1
> 
> 1246,000-1248,000 20 kHz FM, DV Point-to-point links paired with 1258,000-
> 
> 1260,000
> 
> 1248,000-1252,000 20 kHz DM
> 
> 1252,000-1258,000 ATV ATV Channel 2
> 
> 1258,000-1260,000 20 kHz FM, DV Point-to-point links paired with 1246,000-
> 
> 1248,000
> 
> 1260,000-1270,000 All modes Priority to Satellite uplinks, Experimental,
> 
> Simplex ATV
> 
> 1270,000-1276,000 20 kHz FM, DV Repeater inputs, 25 kHz channel spacing,
> 
> paired with 1282,000-1288,000
> 
> 1270,000-1274,000 20 kHz FM, DV
> 
> Repeater inputs, 25 kHz channel spacing,
> 
> paired with 1290,000-1294,000 (Regional
> 
> option)
> 
> 1276,000-1282,000 ATV ATV Channel 3
> 
> 1282,000-1288,000 20 kHz FM, DV Repeater outputs, 25 kHz channel spacing,
> 
> paired with 1270,000-1276,000
> 
> 1288,000-1294,000 All modes Broadband Experimental, Simplex ATV
> 
> 1290,000-1294,000 20 kHz FM, DV
> 
> Repeater outputs, 25 kHz channel spacing,
> 
> paired with 1270,000-1274,000 (Regional
> 
> option)
> 
> 1294,000-1295,000 20 kHz FM, DV FM simplex calling frequency 1294,500
> 
> 1295,000-1295,800 All modes Narrow Band Image, Experimental
> 
> 1295,800-1296,080 2700 CW, SSB, DM EME and Weak Signal
> 
> 1296,080-1296,200 2700 CW, SSB Weak Signal, CW/SSB calling frequency
> 
> 1296,100
> 
> 1296,200-1296,400 500 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacon)
> 
> 1296,400-1297,000 2700 All modes General Narrow Band
> 
> 1297,000-1300,000 150 kHz DM
> 
> 13 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 2300,000-2303,000 1 MHz All mode Analog & Digital, including full duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 2390 - 2393 MHz
> 
> 2303,000-2303,750 50 kHz All mode Analog & Digital; paired with 2393 - 
> 2393,750
> 
> MHz
> 
> 2303,75-2304,000 3000 CW, SSB, DM Weak Signal
> 
> 2304,000-2304,100 3000 CW, SSB, DM EME and Weak Signal
> 
> 2304,10-2304,300 3000 CW, SSB, DM Weak Signal. Calling Frequency 2304,100
> 
> MHz
> 
> 2304,300-2304,400 3000 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (digital beacons)
> 
> 2304,400-2304,750 6000 CW, SSB,
> 
> DM, NBFM Weak Signal
> 
> 2304,750-2305,000 50 kHz All mode Analog & Digital; paired with 2394,750 - 
> 2395
> 
> MHz
> 
> 2305,000-2310,000 1 MHz All mode Analog & Digital, paired with 2395 - 2400 
> MHz
> 
> 2310,000-2390,000 Local Option
> 
> 2390,000-2393,000 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including full duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 2300- 2303 MHz
> 
> 2393,000-2393,750 50 kHz All modes Analog & Digital; paired with 2303 - 
> 2303,750
> 
> MHz
> 
> 2393,750-2394,750 All modes Experimental
> 
> 2394,750-2395,000 50 kHz All modes Analog & Digital; paired with 2304,750 - 
> 2305
> 
> MHz
> 
> 2395,000-2400,000 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including full duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 2305- 2310 MHz
> 
> 2400,000-2410,000 6000 All modes Satellites
> 
> 2410,000-2450,000 22 MHz All modes Broadband Applications
> 
> SHF - SUPER HIGH FREQUENCIES
> 
> 9 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 3300,000-3309,000 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3430,0-3439,0 (130 MHz split)
> 
> 3309,000-3310,000 All modes Experimental
> 
> 3310,000-3330,000 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3410,0-3430,0 (100 MHz split)
> 
> 3330,000-3332,000 All modes Experimental
> 
> 3332,000-3339,000 -- -- Radio Astronomy protected band
> 
> 3339,000-3345,800 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3439,0-3445,8; (100 MHz Split)
> 
> 3345,800-3352,500 -- -- Radio Astronomy protected band
> 
> 3352,500-3355,000 200 kHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3452,5-3455,0 (100 MHz split)
> 
> 3355,000-3357,000 All modes Experimental
> 
> 3357,000-3360,000 50 kHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3457,0-3460,0
> 
> 3360,000-3400,000 22 MHz DM Broadband Applications, ATV at local option
> 
> on 3360-3380
> 
> 3400,000-3400,300 3000 CW, SSB, DM EME, EME Calling Freq. 3400,100 MHz,
> 
> Satellite
> 
> 3400,300-3401,000 3000 CW, SSB, DM Weak Signals, Satellite
> 
> 3401,000 -3410,000 All modes Satellite
> 
> 3410,000-3430,000 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3310,0-3330,0 (100 MHz split)
> 
> 3430,000-3439,000 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3300,0-3309,0 (130 MHz split)
> 
> 3439,000-3445,800 1 MHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3339,0-3345,8 (100 MHz split)
> 
> 3445,800-3452,500 All modes Experimental
> 
> 3452,500-3455,000 200 kHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3352,5-3355,0 (100 MHz split)
> 
> 3455,000-3455,500 100 kHz All modes Crossband linear translator (input or 
> output)
> 
> 3455,500-3456,300 6000 CW, SSB,
> 
> DM, NBFM Weak Signal. Calling Freq. 3456,100 MHz
> 
> 3456,300-3457,000 1000 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (Digital beacons)
> 
> 3457,000-3460,000 50 kHz All modes Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex; 
> paired
> 
> with 3357,0-3360,0 (100 MHz Split)
> 
> 3460,000-3500,000 22 MHz All modes Broadband Applications. ATV at local 
> option
> 
> on 3460-3480 MHz
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - Per ITU RR 5.149 from WRC-07, 3332-3339 and 3345,800-3352,500 are 
> segments also used
> 
> for Radio Astronomy. Amateur use of these frequencies should first consider 
> contact with your
> 
> national Radio Astronomy authority.
> 
> 5 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 5650-5670 2700 All modes Satellite (uplink)
> 
> 5650 - 5760 All modes
> 
> 5760 - 5760,3 2700 All modes EME and Weak Signal. Calling Freq. 5760,1
> 
> MHz
> 
> 5760,3 - 5761 2700 CW, DM Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacons)
> 
> 5761-5765 All modes Weak Signal
> 
> 5765-5850 All modes
> 
> 5830-5850 All modes Satellite (downlink)
> 
> 5850-5925 All modes
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - ACDS can be use carefully on appropriate frequency with specified 
> segment BW for do not
> 
> cause interference on cited applications, point-to-point, satellite and DX 
> communications.
> 
> 3 CENTIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (MHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 10000,0-10368,0 All mode Calling Freq. 10364 MHz
> 
> 10368,0-10368,3 2700 All mode Weak Signal, Narrow band Calling Freq.
> 
> 103681 MHz
> 
> 10368,3-10368,4 All mode Beacons
> 
> 10368,4-10380,0 All mode Weak Signal Guard Band
> 
> 10368,0-10450,0 All mode
> 
> 10450,0-10500,0 All mode Satellite
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - ACDS can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with specified 
> segment BW not to
> 
> cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, satellite 
> and DX communications.
> 
> 2 - 10,450-10,452 GHz may be also used for Narrow Band modes and 
> Earth-Moon-Earth (EME)
> 
> communications with countries where the usual EME frequencies near 10,368 
> GHz are not
> 
> available.
> 
> 3 - 10,360-10,380 GHz operation should be carefully used to provide a guard 
> band to protect
> 
> against interference between narrowband stations near 10,368 GHz and 
> wideband stations, which
> 
> typically suffer from several MHz of drift and frequency setting error. This 
> takes into account the
> 
> trend toward more home station operation (including EME) on narrowband 
> modes, where one
> 
> cannot get away from interference by simply moving to a new operating site.
> 
> 1,2 CENTIMETER
> 
> Frequencies (MHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 24000-24048 All mode
> 
> 24048-24048,75 2700 All mode Narrow band center of activity 24,0482 GHz,
> 
> Amateur Satellite Service
> 
> 24048,75-24048,80 2700 All mode Beacons, ACDS (Digital Beacons)
> 
> 24048,80-24048,995 2700 All mode Beacons
> 
> 24049-24050 2700 All mode Narrow band modes, Amateur Satellite Service
> 
> 24050-24250 All mode 24,125 GHz Preferred operating frequency for
> 
> wide-band
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1- Between 24 and 24,050 GHz the amateur and amateur satellite service have 
> a
> 
> primary/exclusive status, while the status is secondary in the remainder of 
> the allocation. The all
> 
> mode section in the secondary segment should only be used in case the 
> preferred segment
> 
> cannot be used.
> 
> 2 - ACDS can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with specified 
> segment BW not to
> 
> cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, satellite 
> and DX communications.
> 
> EHF - EXTREMELY HIGH FREQUENCIES
> 
> 6 MILLIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (GHz) BW (Hz) Mode Applications and observations
> 
> 47,000-47,088 All mode
> 
> 47,088-47,090 2700 All mode Satellite, Narrow band center of activity
> 
> 47,088200 GHz
> 
> 47,090-47,200 All mode
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - ACDS and beacons can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with 
> specified segment
> 
> BW not to cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, 
> satellite and DX
> 
> communications.
> 
> 4 MILLIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (GHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 76,000-77,500 2700 All mode Narrow band center of activity 76,0322 GHz
> 
> 77,500-77,501 2700 All mode Satellite, Narrow band center of activity 
> 77,5002
> 
> GHz
> 
> 77,501-78,000 All mode
> 
> 78,000-81,500 All mode
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - Between 77,5 and 78 GHz the amateur and amateur satellite service have a 
> primary status,
> 
> while the status is secondary in the remainder of the allocation. The all 
> mode section in the
> 
> secondary segment should only be used in case the preferred segment cannot 
> be used.
> 
> 2 - ACDS and beacons can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with 
> specified segment
> 
> BW not to cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, 
> satellite and DX
> 
> communications.
> 
> 2,5 MILLIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (GHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 122,250-122,251 2700 All mode Narrow band modes
> 
> 122,251-123,000 All mode
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - ACDS and beacons can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with 
> specified segment
> 
> BW not to cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, 
> satellite and DX
> 
> communications.
> 
> 2 MILLIMETERS
> 
> Frequencies (GHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 134,000-134,928 All modes Satellite
> 
> 134,928-134,930 2700 All modes Narrow band center of activity 134,930 GHz
> 
> 134,930-136,000 All modes
> 
> 136,000-141,000 All modes
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - Between 134 and 136 GHz the amateur and amateur satellite service have a 
> primary/exclusive
> 
> status, while the status is secondary in the remainder of the allocation. 
> The all mode section in the
> 
> secondary segment should only be used in case the preferred segment cannot 
> be used.
> 
> 2 - ACDS and beacons can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with 
> specified segment
> 
> BW not to cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, 
> satellite and DX
> 
> communications.
> 
> 1 MILLIMETER
> 
> Frequencies (GHz)
> 
> BW (Hz)
> 
> Mode
> 
> Applications and observations
> 
> 241,000-248,000 All modes
> 
> 248,000-248,001 All modes Satellite and narrow band
> 
> 248,001-250,000 All modes
> 
> Footnotes
> 
> 1 - Between 248 and 250 GHz the amateur and amateur satellite service have a 
> primary/exclusive
> 
> status, while the status is secondary in the remainder of the allocation. 
> The all mode section in the
> 
> secondary segment should only be used in case the preferred segment cannot 
> be used.
> 
> 2 - ACDS and beacons can be used carefully on appropriate frequencies with 
> specified segment
> 
> BW not to cause interference to other activities, such as point-to-point, 
> satellite and DX
> 
> communications.
> 
> 275 GHz to 3000 GHz
> 
> ITU has not allocated this segment to any radio service, but some 
> administrations protected
> 
> passive applications in portions between 275 and 1000 GHz (Radio Astronomy, 
> Earth explorationsatellite
> 
> service and space research service). Amateur Radio experiences happened on 
> 322 GHz,
> 
> 403 GHz and 411 GHz. Experimenters should check local rules before the 
> activity.
> 
> 
> 
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