Summary

Calling Frequencies
QRP-Frequencies
Special events
Digital modes



List IBPT as of 2016-03-04

Band
Fréquencies
Status
ON 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
- HAREC
Power
ON 3

Power
ON 2

Power
Deca
0,1357
0,1378
S
1 W  
Deca 160 m
1 810
1 830
PEX
200 W
(5)
 50 W
Deca 160 m
1 830
1 850
PEX
200 W 50 W
Deca 160 m
1 850
2 000
S
10 W  
Deca 80 m
3 500
3 800
P
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
Deca 60 m
5 315
5 365
S
15 W
EIRP
  
Deca 40 m
7 000
7 200
PEX/S
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
Deca 30 m
10 100
10 150
S
200 W
(5)
10 W50 W
Deca 20 m
14 000
14 350
PEX
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
Deca 17 m
18 068
18 168
PEX
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
Deca 15 m
21 000
21 450
PEX
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
Deca 12 m
24 890
24 990
PEX
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
Deca 10 m
28 000
29 700
PEX
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
VHF 6 m
50 000
52 000
S
50 W
(6)
50 W50 W
VHF 4 m
69 950
69 950
S
10 W  
VHF 4 m
70 1125
70 4125
S
50 W  
VHF 2 m
144 000
146 000
S
200 W
(5)
50 W50 W
UHF 70 cm
430 000
440 000
PEX
200 W
(6)
50 W50 W
UHF 23 cm
1 240 000
2 460 000
P
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
13 cm
1 260 000
1 300 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
6 cm
2 300 000
2 450 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
3 cm
5 650 000
5 725 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
5 725 000
5 850 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
10 000 000
10 500 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
24 000 000
24 050 000
PEX
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
24 050 000
24 250 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
47 000 000
47 200 000
PEX
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
75 500 000
76 000 000
P
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
76 000 000
81 000 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
142 000 000
144 000 000
PEX
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
144 000 000
149 000 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
241 000 000
248 000 000
S
50 W
(6)
  
Microwaves
248 000 000
250 000 000
PEX
50 W
(6)
  

Légendes :

    ► (5) mais le radioamateur peut utiliser 1500W s'il demande l’autorisation auprès de l’IBPT
    ► (6) mais le radioamateur peut utiliser 200W s'il demande l’autorisation auprès de l’IBPT

    ► P : service primaire
    ► PEX : service primaire et exclusif
    ► S : service secondaire. Les stations d'un service secondaire ne peuvent causer de brouillages aux stations d'un service primaire et ne peuvent prétendre à aucune protection contre les brouillages causés par les stations d'un service primaire.



1: Calling Frequencies

160 METERS
from
to


1.810,00

QRP CW Calling frequency
1.825,00

SSB QRP Calling Freq
1.828,50

Dxpeditions CW Operations are frequently here
1.830,00 1.840,00
CW, RTTY and other narrowband modes, intercontinental QSOs only
1.838,15

PSK31
1.840,00 1.850,00
CW, SSB, SSTV and other wideband modes, intercontinental QSOs only
1.910,00

SSB QRP Calling Freq




80/75 METERS
from
to


3.500,00 3.510,00
CW DX Window
3.505,00

Dxpeditions CW are frequently here
3.560,00

QRP CW Calling frequency
3.580,15

PSK31
3.590,00

RTTY DX
3.710,00

QRP Novice/Tech CW Calling Freq
3.790,00 3.800,00
SSB DX Window
3.845,00

SSTV
3.885,00

AM Calling Frequency
3.799,00

Dxpeditions SSB are frequently here
3.985,00

QRP SSB Calling frequency




60 METERS -- SEE ARRL WEBSITE
from
to





On 60M - CH5 is the unofficial DX calling frequency!




40 METERS
from
to


7.000,00 7.010,00
CW DX Window
7.005,00

Dxpeditions CW are frequently here
7.035,15

PSK31
7.037,00

Pactor Calling frequency
7.040,00

RTTY DX
7.040,00

QRP CW Calling Freq
7.050,00

XTAL Controlled Rigs
7.065,00

Dxpedition SSB USA split to 7.150 and above
7.080,15

PSK31
7.110,00

QRP Novice/Tech CW Calling Frequency
7.171,00

SSTV
7.185,00

QRP SSB Calling frequency
7.290,00

AM Calling frequency




30 METERS
from
to


10.106,00

QRP CW Calling frequency
10.110,00

Dxpeditions CW are frequently here
10.142,15

PSK31




20 METERS
from
to


14.025,00

Dxpedition CW Freq -- Usually Split
14.060,00

QRP CW Calling frequency
14.070,15

PSK31
14.080,00

Dxpedition RTTY Freq
14.080,00 14.100,00
Primary Range for RTTY
14.100,00

NCDXF Beacons (STAY OFF OF THIS FREQUENCY) Many Hams rely on these beacons for propagation determination. For Details - see NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
14.195,00

Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate SSB Here -- Generally Listening Up-Split
if QRV this is Nino's (IT9RYH) Frequency (and no-one else's)
14.230,00

SSTV
14.233,00

SSTV
14.236,00

SSTV
14.285,00

QRP SSB Calling frequency
14.286,00

AM Calling Frequency
14.336,00

County Hunters when ever 20 is open and mobiles are around. For More County Hunters Frequencies see -- COUNTY HUNTERS




17 METERS
from
to


18.075,00

Dxpeditions CW are frequently here -- Usually Split
18.080,00

CW QRP Calling Freq
18.100,15

PSK31
18.110,00

NCDXF Beacons (STAY OFF OF THIS FREQUENCY) Many Hams rely on these beacons for propagation determination. For Details - see NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
18.130,00

SSB QRP Calling Freq
18.145,00

Dxpeditions SSB are frequently here -- Usually Split




15 METERS
from
to


21.025,00

Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate CW Here - Generally Listening Up-Split
21.060,00

QRP CW calling frequency
21.080,00 21.100,00
RTTY Primary Range
21.080,00

RTTY DXpeditions are frequently here
21.080,15

PSK31
21.090,15

PSK31
21.110,00

QRP Novice/Tech Calling Freq
21.150,00

NCDXF/IARU beacons (STAY OFF OF THIS FREQUENCY) Many Hams rely on these beacons for propagation determination. For Details - see NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
21.295,00

Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate SSB Here -- Generally Listening Up-Split
21.340,00

SSTV
21.385,00

QRP SSB calling frequency




12 METERS
from
to


24.895,00

Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate CW Here -- Generally Listening Up-Split
24.910,00

QRP CW Calling FREQ
24.920,15

PSK31
24.930,00

NCDXF Beacons (STAY OFF OF THIS FREQUENCY) Many Hams rely on these beacons for propagation determination. For Details - see NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
24.945,00

Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate SSB Here -- Generally Listening Up-Split
24.950,00

QRP SSB Calling Freq




10 METERS
from
to


28.025,00

CW Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate Here -- Split
28.060,00

QRP CW Calling frequency
28.080,00

RTTY Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate Here -- Split
28.080,00 28.100,00
Primary Range for RTTY
28.110,00

10/10 Intl CW Calling Frequency
28.110,00

QRP Novice/Tech Calling FREQ
28.120,15

PSK31
28.190,00 28.225,00
Beacons
28.200,00

NCDXF/IARU beacons (STAY OFF OF THIS FREQUENCY) Many Hams rely on these beacons for propagation determination. For Details - see NCDXF/IARU International Beacon Network
28.380,00

28.380 10/10 SSB Intl Calling Frequency
28.385,00

QRP SSB Calling frequency
28.425,00

10/10 SSB Intl Calling Frequency – Another is 28.400
28.495,00

SSB Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate Here -- Split
28.600,00

Old General Callin Frequency - Still used by Old Timers
28.675,00 28.685,00
SSTV Operating Frequency -- IARU Region 1
28.680,00

SSTV Operations USA/Canada
28.825,00

10-10 Backskatter Net - Paper Chasers Net
28.885,00

6M DX Liaison Frequency -- Listen here for 6 Meter DX opening announcements and discussions.
28.945,00

28.945 FAX Operating Frequency
29.000,00 29.200,00
AM Operations
29.300,00 29.510,00
Satellite Downlinks
29.520,00 29.580,00
Repeater Inputs
29.600,00

FM Simplex - Calling Frequency
29.620,00 29.680,00
Repeater Outputs




6 METERS
from
to


50.100,00
CW
50.060,00 50.090,00
Beacons
50.060,00

QRP CW Calling Freq
50.070,00

RTTY Calling Frequency
50.090,00

CW Calling Freq
50.100,00 50.130,00
DX Window (USB)
50.100,00 50.600,00
Weak Signal, AM
50.110,00

DX Calling Frequency (USB) Usually Non-USA Stations Call Here.
50.115,00

Dxpeditions Frequently operate CW and SSB here
50.125,00

USA National SSB Simplex Frequency (USB) Lots Of USA Hams Call Here For Local and Across Country
50.260,00

is the WSJT Meteor Scatter calling frequency in the USA
50.270,00

FSK Meteorscatter
50.300,00

FM Simplex Calling Frequency (West Coast)
50.385,00

USB PSK31
50.400,00

National AM Simplex Frequency
50.885,00

QRP SSB Calling Freq
51.910,00

FM Internet Linking
52.525,00

National FM Simplex Calling Frequency




6 Meter Simplex Frequencies

51.500 51.520 51.540 51.560 51.580 51.600 52.490 52.510 52.525* 52.540 52.550 52.570 52.590




from
to

A Typical 6 Mbisbisbisbiseter Band Plan.

CW, Beacons

50.100,00 50.300,00
SSB, CW
50.100,00 50.125,00
DX Window
50.125,00

SSB Calling Frequency
50.260,00

WSJT Calling Frequency
50.270,00

FSK Meteorscatter
50.290,00

PSK31 (SSB)
50.300,00 50.600,00
All Modes
50.300,00

FM Simplex Calling Frequency (West Coast)
50.400,00

AM Calling Frequency
50.600,00 50.800,00
Digital
50.680,00

SSTV
50.800,00 51.000,00
Remote Control
51.000,00 51.100,00
Pacific DX Window
51.120,00 51.180,00
Digital
51.120,00

PSK31 (FM)
51.200,00 51.480,00
FM Repeater Inputs
51.500,00 51.600,00
FM Simplex
51.620,00 51.680,00
Digital
51.700,00 51.980,00
FM Repeater Outputs
52.020,00 52.040,00
FM Simplex
52.060,00 52.480,00
FM Repeater Inputs
52.525,00

FM Simplex Calling Frequency
52.540,00

FM Simplex
52.560,00 52.980,00
FM Repeater Outputs
53.000,00 53.020,00
FM Simplex
53.040,00 53.480,00
FM Repeater Inputs
53.100,00

Remote Control
53.200,00

Remote Control
53.300,00

Remote Control
53.400,00

Remote Control
53.500,00

Remote Control
53.520,00

FM Simplex
53.540,00 53.980,00
FM Repeater Outputs
53.600,00

Remote Control
53.700,00

Remote Control
53.800,00

Remote Control
53.900,00

FM Simplex





from
to

CALLING FREQUENCIES -- Courtesy of Rob Bellville and the Lincoln Amateur Radio Club
144.060,00

2M QRP CW Calling Freq
144.100,00

2M CW
144.144,00 144.150,00
2M PSK
144.200,00

2M SSB
144.285,00

2M QRP SSB Calling Freq
146.520,00

2M FM (National Simplex Freq)
222.070,00 222.150,00
1.25M PSK
222.100,00

1.25M CW
222.100,00

1.25M SSB
223.500,00

1.25M FM
432.100,00

70cm SSB
432.200,00 and up
70cm PSK
446.000,00

70cm FM
903.100,00

33cm CW/SSB
906.500,00

33cm FM
1.294.500,00

23cm FM
1.296.100,00

23cm CW/SSB
2.304.100,00

13cm CW/SSB







VHF/UHF/SHF SIMPLEX FREQUENCIES



2 METERS



From the JPLARC in Southern California




144.310,00 144.375,00
unchannelized
144.405,00 144.475,00
unchannelized
144.490,00

ISS uplink
145.800,00

ISS downlink
145.510,00 145.595,00
unchannelized
145.710,00 145.785,00
in 15 kHz steps (for fixed simplex base station use, i.e. IRLP, Echolink)
146.430,00

ATV simplex only
146.520,00

national simplex
146.535,00

local ARDF freq.; usable when there is no "T hunt" in progress
146.550,00

local ARDF freq.; usable when there is no "T hunt" in progress
146.565,00

local ARDF freq.; usable when there is no "T hunt" in progress



1.25 METERS



70 CM



445.9125 445.9250 445.9375 445.9500 445.9625 445.9750 445.9875 446.0000 *



446.0125 446.0250 446.0375 446.0500 446.0625 446.0750 446.0875 446.1000



446.1125 446.1250 446.1375 446.1500 446.1625 446.1750



* 446.000 is the National FM Voice Simplex Calling Frequency







900 MHz



National “Traditional� FM Voice Simplex Channels



(also for use with 25 MHz duplex offset radios)



906.000 to 907.000 MHz - channel every 25 KHz



906.500 - National Calling Frequency







1.2 GHz



1294.00 - 1295.00 Narrow Band FM simplex, every 25 KHz



1294.50 National simplex calling channel

2: QRP-Frequencies

QRP CALLING FREQUENCIES








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160M



USA Europe Portable
CW 1.810,00


SSB 1.910,00 1.840,00 1.850,00 1.910,00
CW/DATA

1.810,00






80M



USA Europe Portable
CW 3.560,00


SSB 3.985,00 3.690,00 3.687,50
CW (Colorburst Crystal Frequency) 3.579,00 3.690,00 3.577,50
CW (Novice) 3.710,00 3.700,00 3.997,50






40M



USA Europe Portable
CW 7.040,00 7.060,00

CW/DATA
7.067,50

SSB 7.285,00 7.247,50

CW – QRP-L 7.035,00


CW (Novice) 7.110,00


CW (NorCal crystals) 7.112,00








30M



USA Europe Portable
CW 10.106,00
10.117,50
CW/DATA

10.137,50
CW – QRP-L 10.116,00








20M



USA Europe Portable
CW 14.060,00


CW/DATA

14.097,50
SSB 14.285,00
14.342,50






17M



USA Europe Portable
CW 18.096,00


CW/DATA

18.107,50
SSB 18.130,00
18.157,50






15M



USA Europe Portable
CW 21.060,00


CW/DATA

21.107,50
SSB 21.385,00 21.285,00 21.437,50
CW (Novice) 21.110,00








12M



USA Europe Portable
CW 24.906,00


CW/DATA

24.927,50
SSB 24.950,00
24.977,50






10M



USA Europe Portable
CW 28.060,00


CW/DATA

28.107,50
SSB 28.885,00 28.360,00 28.337,50
SSB (Novice) 28.385,00


CW (Novice) 28.110,00








6M



USA Europe Portable
CW 50.060,00


CW/DATA



SSB 50.885,00 50.285,00 50.162,50






2M



USA Europe Portable
CW 144.060,00


SSB 144.285,00


FM 144.585,00



3: Special events


ISLAND HUNTER FREQUENCIES (IOTA) IOTA

80 M 40M 30M 20M 17M 15M 12M 10M
CW 3.530,00 7.030,00 10.115,00 14.040,00 18.098,00 21.040,00

SSB 3.755,00 7.060,00
14.260,00 18.128,00 21.260,00 24.950,00 28.466,00

US Island Hunters
SSB
7.250,00 14.250,00 to 14.260,00 21.350,00
28.450,00
CW anywhere.
















COUNTY HUNTERS NETS AND CALLING FREQUENCIES

From The County Hunter Web










County hunters usually can be found participating in the Emergency and Mobile County Hunters Net. This net is in operation almost any time band conditions allow. Generally, these times are 1300 to 2200 UTC, but they can be extended when there are active mobiles.










The primary SSB operating frequency of the county hunting net is 14.336 MHz, and is considered the net home frequency. A secondary net usually is in operation at 7.185 MHz, except between 1545 to 1700 UTC, when it moves to 7.243 MHz. Occassionally, mobile operators will shift to other bands. The usual frequency on 75 meters is 3.903 MHz, while 15 and 10 meters are at 21.338 MHz and 28.336 MHz










The CW operating frequencies of the CW net can be found at 14.0565 MHz on 20 meters and 7.0385 on 40 meters. The frequency on 30m is 10.1225 These nets are not as active but put out a call, and someone will usually come back. The abbreviation "CHN" is used to designate the net.










COMMON PSK31 FREQUENCIES










The plan for PSK31 activity has always been (since PSK31 started) to concentrate activity starting from the bottom edge of the IARU RTTY bandplan, expanding upwards as activity increased. The exception is in the 10 mts band in order to give non full privileges ham to meet. It was defined as 150 Hz above it. Keep in mind that all you need is about 100 Hz as channel separation.










These recommended frequencies are in accordance with the IARU bandplan for region 1. There may be differences for regions 2 and 3









160 M 80 M 40M 30M 20M 17M 15M 12M 10M
1.838,15 3.580,15 7.035,15 10.142,15 14.070,15 18.100,15 21.080,15 24.920,15 28.120,15


for region 1 and region 3, and 7080.15 for region 2 *


(although most activity can be found 10 kHz lower)


4: Digital modes


Band RTTY Pactor PSK31 MFSK
Throb
JT65 FT-8
MT63 Hell SSTV Fax Packet
160 1800 - 1840 1838 1838 1838
1840
1822, 1838.15        
80 3580 - 3620 3580 3580 3570
3573
3580.15, 3590, 3635 3575, 3580, 3559 3730, 3845 3730 3620, 3620.9, 3623.9,
3627.9, 3635, 3638.9
40 7040 - 7100 7070, 7035 7037 7076
7074
7035.15, 7037 7030, 7035, 7037, 7040 7171   7068.9, 7070.9, 7071.9,
7072.9, 7073.9, 7076.9
30 10130 - 10140 10140 10147 10138
10136
10140.15, 10145 10135, 10137, 10145     10124.9, 10125.9, 10126.9,
10133.9, 10136.9, 10140, 10150
20 14070 - 14100 14070 14080 14076
14074
14106.3, 14109.3, 14114 14063, 14064, 14070 14227, 14230, 14233 14227 14062.9, 14072.9, 14073.9,
14074.9, 14075.9, 14076.9, 14095, 14099.5
17 18100 - 18105 18100 18105 18102
18100
18105, 18100.15 18100, 18105     18101.9, 18105, 18107.9, 18110
15 21070 - 21100 21070, 21080 21080 21076
21074
21130 21070 21340, 21335 21335 21072.9, 21100, 21110
12 24920 - 24925 24920 24929 24917
24915
24925       24925, 24930
10 28070 - 28150 28070, 28120 28080 28076
28074
28130 28063, 28070, 28100, 28110, 28120 28675, 28680 28675  
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