2, Meters ( kHz). kHz. kHz. 1 W EIRP maximum. See ARRLWeb at for detailed band plans. E = Amateur Extra. ARRL has revised and updated its “US Amateur Radio Bands” charts, and The revised ARRL Amateur Radio Allocations reference chart. A band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference . This band plan has been proposed by the ARRL VHF-UHF Advisory Committee.
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Columbia Pacific Repeater System. A band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference between incompatible modes. Amateurs wishing to operate on either 2, banxplan meters must first register with the Utilities Technology Council online at https: You need only register once for each band. CW and digital emissions must be centered 1.
Updated ARRL Amateur Radio Frequency Charts Now Available
F re qu e nc y Range. These variations will require many regional frequency coordinators to maintain band plans that differ in some respects from any national plan. As with all band plans, locally coordinated plans always take precedence over any general recommendations such as a national band plan. The need to avoid harmful interference to FAA radars may limit amateur use of certain frequencies in the vicinity of the radars. Amateur operations in this segment, which are secondary, may not be possible in all areas.
Broadband segment may be used for any combination of high-speed data e.
Note 1 — Includes all other emission modes authorized in the 9 cm amateur band whose necessary bandwidth does not exceed the suggested bandwidths listed. Note 2 — Weak Signal Terrestrial legacy users are encouraged to move to Note 3 — Broadband segments may be used for any combination of high-speed data e.
Repeater output except as noted; 23 channels. Repeater inputs except as noted; 19 channels. Repeater outputs except as noted; 19 channels. Weak signal and FM simplex Local coordinator’s option; weak signal, ACSB, repeater inputs, control.
Local coordinator’s option; FM simplex, packet, repeater outputs. ATV repeater or simplex with ATV simplex with ATV repeater input with Shared by auxiliary and control links, repeaters and simplex local option.
Repeater inputs 25 MHz split paired with those in Mixed operations including control links. Repeater outputs 25 MHz split paired with those in S uggested E mission Types.
Point-to-point links paired with Repeater inputs, 25 kHz channel spacing, paired with Repeater outputs, 25 kHz channel spacing, paired with National FM simplex calling frequency CW, SSB calling frequency SSB, CW, digital weak-signal.
Level I – Major Band Divisions.
Crossband linear translator input or output. Amateur Satellite; Up-Link Only.