The radio frequency is traditionally separated in separate "slices" or "bands" of frequencies that have all their own use. By convention, certain bands are reserve to certain uses, most of the time because of the physical properties of the frequency or the environment. This page aims to provide a quick overview of the broad properties of each band.
A recommendation for all radio amateurs how to use the bands, as revised at the Interim Meeting Viennaeffective 01 June Maximum Bandwidth Hz. Preferred Mode And Usage.
Forgot Password? A band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference between incompatible modes. You need only register once for each band.
Call Search. New to Ham Radio? My Profile. Just as many of us have a favorite fast food that we come back to time after time Radio Amateurs tend to have a favorite band that they use more frequently than other bands.
Amateur radio frequency allocation is done by national telecommunication authorities. Globally, the International Telecommunication Union ITU oversees how much radio spectrum is set aside for amateur radio transmissions. Individual amateur stations are free to use any frequency within authorized frequency ranges; authorized bands may vary by the class of the station license.
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The importance for radio amateurs to be members of their national societies, and in extension IARU, has once again been made so evident. Especially this time round where a lot had been at stake for amateur radio world wide! A IARU team took part, representing the interests of amateur radio.
Students from the Vietnamese German University asked us to share their work with the amateur radio community. More information can be found on their website. They started their activities on the 20 October and will cease operations on the 28 October. This is a DX and holidays style activity, and unfortunately they are not enjoying great propagation conditions right now.
They consist of 30 meters The bands were opened for use in the early s. Non-contesting radio amateurs are recommended to use the contest-free HF bands 30, 17 and 12m during the largest international contests.
New Thai amateur regulations enacted on July 24, Six metres opened up, 2-metre band expanded, UHF bands allowed, novices may use 10 metres. Thailand's regulator, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission NBTC has approved the new regulations to govern amateur radio that the agency has been working on for almost three years. These regulations, which were published in the Royal Gazette on July 23, and became law on July 24,will allow operations on six-metres MHzexpand the 2-metre band by KHz up to