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Amateur Radio


Amateur radio, a/k/a ham radio.

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US/Canadian VHF/UHF Calling Frequencies

Frequency  Type  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
29.60000  BM  10mFM Ham 10-meter FM simplex  FM  Ham 
50.12500  BM  6mSSB Ham 6-meter SSB calling frequency  USB  Ham 
52.52500  BM  6mFM Ham 1 6-meter primary FM simplex calling  FM  Ham 
52.54000  BM  6mFM Ham 2 6-meter secondary FM simplex  FM  Ham 
144.20000  BM  2mSSB Ham 2-meter SSB calling frequency  USB  Ham 
146.52000  BM  2mFM Ham 2-meter FM simplex calling  FM  Ham 
432.10000  BM  70cm SSB Ham 70-cm SSB calling frequency  USB  Ham 
446.00000  BM  70cm FM Ham 70-cm FM simplex calling frequency  FM  Ham 
1294.50000  BM  23cm FM Ham 23-cm FM simplex calling frequency  FM  Ham 
144.39000  BM  2m APRS 2-meter Automatic Packet Reporting System  FM  Ham 
222.10000  BM  1.25mSSB Ham 1.25 Meters SSB & CW calling frequency  USB  Ham 
902.10000  BM  33cm SSB Ham 33-cm SSB/CW calling frequency  USB  Ham 
1296.10000  BM  23cm SSB Ham 23-cm SSB/CW calling frequency  USB  Ham 
2304.10000  BM  13cm SSB Ham 13-cm SSB/CW simplex calling frequency  USB  Ham 
2305.20000  BM  13cm FM Ham 13-cm FM simplex calling frequency  FM  Ham 
223.50000  BM  1.25m FM Ham 1.25-meter FM simplex calling frequency  FM  Ham 
927.50000  BM  33cm FM Ham 33-cm FM simplex calling frequency  FM  Ham 


  • Note: There is no formally recognized 1.25m 220 FM simplex call frequency. Various sites claim 223.50 or 223.52, while ARRL lists none.

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Standard Repeater Offests

Amateur Radio Standard Repeater Offsets
BandOffset MHz
10 m (29 MHz)- 0.1
6 m (50 MHz)- 0.5, - 1.0
2 m (144 MHz)+0.6, - 0.6
1.25 m (222 MHz)- 1.6
70 cm (440 MHz)+5.0, - 5.0
33 cm (902 MHz)- 25.0, - 12.0
23 cm (1.2 GHz)- 20.0
  • Some repeaters have non-standard offsets. These are often referred to as odd split repeaters.
  • Some areas may use band plans with different offsets.

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