What is the 10 meter calling frequency?
10 meters is unique—the band from 28.0-28.5 MHz being where all licensed US radio amateurs from Novice through Extra Class have voice and digital mode privileges.
What is the calling frequency on 20 meters?
20 Meters (14.0-14.35 MHz)
|14.286||AM calling frequency|
What are the ft8 frequencies?
|Frequencies||3.573 MHz,7.074 MHz,10.136 MHz,14.074 MHz,24.915 MHz,50.323 MHz,70.1 MHz,144.174 MHz,1.84 MHz,18.1 MHz,21.074 MHz,28.074 MHz,50.313 MHz|
|Frequency Range||1.84 MHz – 144.174 MHz|
Which is the 15 meter radio frequency band?
The 15-meter band (also called the 21-MHz band or 15 meters) is an amateur radio frequency band spanning the shortwave spectrum from 21 to 21.45 MHz. The band is suitable for amateur long-distance communications, and such use is permitted in nearly all countries.
Is the 15 meter band a DX Band?
The 15 meter band is considered a DX band (i.e., used for long-distance communications).
What are the calling frequencies on a ham radio?
50.260 WSJT Calling Frequency 1 120 PSK31 (FM) 2 560 – 52.980 FM Repeater Outputs 53.000 – 53.020 FM Simplex 53.040 – 53.480 FM Repeater Inputs 3 600 Remote Control 53.700 Remote Control 53.800 Remote Control 53.900 FM Simplex. 2M QRP CW Calling Freq —-144.060 2M PSK
Which is the repeater input frequency 146.40 MHz?
Notes: The frequency 146.40 MHz is used in some areas as a repeater input. This band plan has been proposed by the ARRL VHF-UHF Advisory Committee. Note: The 222 MHz band plan was adopted by the ARRL Board of Directors in July 1991. Repeater inputs 25 MHz split paired with those in 927.000-927.075 or Weak signal