ITU Region 1

Table of Amateur MF and HF Bandplans

The fol­low­ing charts show the vol­un­tary band­plans used by ama­teurs in Region 1. Unlike the USA, slots for the var­i­ous trans­mis­sion modes are not set by the amateur’s license but most users do fol­low these guide­lines.

160 Metres

See also: 160-meter band
160 Metres 1810 — 1838 1838 — 1840 1840 — 1843 1843 — 2000
IARU Region 1
IARU Region 2 1800–1840
IARU Region 3 1800–1840
Note: Region 2 QRP/DX win­dow is 1830–1850

80 Metres

See also: 80-meter band
80 Metres 3500 — 3580 3580 — 3600 3600 — 3620 3620 — 3800
IARU Region 1

60 Metres

60 Metres 5258.5 5278.5 5288.5 5366.5 5371.5 5398.5 5403.5
 Unit­ed King­dom
Note: 60 Meter emis­sions are lim­it­ed to UK NoV-endorsed Full licence hold­ers onlyin 3 kHz chan­nels with the spec­i­fied low­er fre­quen­cy lim­its, 200 watts

60 Metres — Norway and Denmark

60 Metres start 5310.0 5335.0 5355.0 5375.0 5403.5 end
 Nor­way Den­mark 5260.0 5250.0 CW call­ing QRP Digi­mode Nat. Call USB Int. Call USB 5410.0 5450.0
Note: 60 Meter band in Nor­way is 5260 – 5410 kHz, in Den­mark 5250 – 5450 kHz.Dan­ish sta­tions have to apply for a spe­cial research-license and are lim­it­ed to 1 kW ERP. Both coun­tries can use VFO/allmode.

40 Metres

40 Metres 7000 7040 7040 7050 7050 7060 7060 7100 7100 7200 7200 7300
IARU Region 1
As of March, 2009, 7100–7200 were allo­cat­ed to Ama­teur radio on a pri­ma­ry basis by ITU. Yet, there are coun­tries that haven’t yet expand­ed their nation­al Ama­teur radio ser­vice band­plan to cov­er that por­tion. In ITU region 2, 7200–7300 is allo­cat­ed to ama­teur radio ser­vice as sec­ondary.

30 Metres

30 Metres 10100 — 10140 10140 — 10150
IARU Region 1

20 Metres

20 Metres 14000 — 14070 14070 — 14099 B 14101 — 14350
IARU Region 1

17 Metres

17 Metres 18068 — 18095 18095 — 18109 B 18111 — 18168
IARU Region 1

15 Metres

15 Metres 21000 21070 21070 21110 21110 21120 21120 21149 B 21151 21450
IARU Region 1

12 Metres

12 Metres 24890 — 24915 24915 — 24929 B 24931 — 24990
IARU Region 1

10 Metres

10 Metres 28000 28070 28070 28190 B 28225 29200 29200 29300 29300 29510 29510 29700
IARU Region 1 Satel­lite D/L

Key

 1 = CW and data (<200 Hz band­width)
 2 = CW, RTTY and data (< 500 Hz Band­width)
 3 = CW, RTTY, data, NO SSB (<2.7 kHz)
 4 = CW, phone and image (<3 kHz band­width) SECONDARY
 5 = CW, phone and image (<3 kHz band­width)
 6 = CW, data, pack­et, FM, phone and image (<20 kHz band­width)
 7 = CW, RTTY, data, test, phone and image
 8 = Reserved for satel­lite down­link
 9 = Reserved for bea­cons

ITU Region 2

 

Table of Amateur MF and HF Allocations in the United States and Canada

160 m 1800–2000
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 1800 — 2000
Gen­er­al, Advanced, Extra
8075 m 3500 — 4000
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 3500 3525 3525 3600 3600 3700 3700 3800 3800 4000
Novice / Tech­ni­cian
Gen­er­al
Advanced
Extra
60 m 5330 — 5406
 Unit­ed States 5330.5 5346.5 5357.0 5371.5 5403.5
Gen­er­al, Advanced, Extra
Note: US licensees oper­at­ing 60 m are lim­it­ed to 100 watts PEP ERP rel­a­tive to a 12 wave dipole, on the car­ri­er fre­quen­cies indi­cat­ed on this chart
40 m 7000 — 7300
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 7000 — 7025 7025 — 7125 7125 — 7175 7175 — 7300
Novice / Tech­ni­cian
Gen­er­al
Advanced
Extra
30 m 10100 — 10150
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States
Note: US lim­it­ed to Gen­er­al, Advanced and Extralicensees; 200 watts PEP
20 m 14000 — 14350
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 14000 14025 14025 14150 14150 14175 14175 14225 14225 14350
Gen­er­al
Advanced
Extra
17 m 18068 — 18168
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 18068 — 18110 18110 — 18168
Gen­er­al, Advanced, Extra
15 m 21000 — 21450
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 21000 21025 21025 21200 21200 21225 21225 21275 21275 21450
Novice / Tech­ni­cian
Gen­er­al
Advanced
Extra
12 m 24890 — 24990
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 24890 — 24930 24930 — 24990
Gen­er­al, Advanced, Extra
10 m 28000 — 29700
 Cana­da
 Unit­ed States 28000 — 28300 28300 — 28500 28500 — 29700
Novice / Tech­ni­cian
Gen­er­al, Advanced, Extra
Note: The 10 meter table is one-third scale, rel­a­tive to the oth­er tables

Key

1 = CW, RTTY and data (US: < 1 kHz Band­width)
2 = CW, RTTY, data, MCW, phone (AM and SSB) and image (nar­row band sstv modes only)
3 = CW, phone and image
 4 = CW and SSB phone (US: Novice/Technician 200 watts PEP only)
 5 = CW, RTTY, data, phone and image
 6 = CW (US: Novice/Technician 200 watts PEP only)
 7 = CW, Upper side­band sup­pressed car­ri­er phone, 2.8 kHz band­width (2K80J3E) data (60H0J2B and 2K80J2D), 100 watts ERP ref­er­enced to 12 wave dipole

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