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This article is about Amateur radio, a/k/a ham radio, worldwide, not just US and Canada.
US/Canadian VHF/UHF Calling Frequencies
|29.60000||BM||10m FM Simplx||10m FM Simplex||FM||Ham|
|50.12500||BM||6m SSB Call||6m SSB Calling||USB||Ham|
|52.52500||BM||6m FM Call Pri||6m FM Primary Calling||FM||Ham|
|52.54000||BM||6m FM Call Sec||6m FM Secondary Calling||FM||Ham|
|144.20000||BM||2m SSB Call||2m SSB Calling||USB||Ham|
|146.52000||BM||2m FM Call||2m FM Simplex Calling||FM||Ham|
|432.10000||BM||70cm SSB Call||70cm SSB Calling||USB||Ham|
|446.00000||BM||70cm FM Simplx||70cm FM Simplex Calling||FM||Ham|
|1294.50000||BM||23cm FM Call||23cm FM Simplex Calling||FM||Ham|
|144.39000||BM||APRS||Automatic Packet Reporting System||Telm||Ham|
|222.10000||BM||1.25m SSB/CW||1.25m SSB & CW Calling||USB||Ham|
|902.10000||BM||33cm SSB CW||33cm SSB/CW Calling||USB||Ham|
|1296.10000||BM||23cm SSB/CW||23cm SSB/CW Calling||USB||Ham|
|2304.10000||BM||13cm SSB/CW||13cm SSB/CW Simplex Calling||USB||Ham|
|2305.20000||BM||13cm FM Simplx||13cm FM Simplex Calling||FM||Ham|
|223.50000||BM||1.25m FM||1.25m FM Simplex Calling||FM||Ham|
|927.50000||BM||33cm FM Call||33cm FM Simplex Calling||FMN||Ham|
|144.41000||BM||US SOTA||US Summits On The Air (SOTA)||FM||Ham|
|146.58000||BM||N Amer Adventure||North American Adventure (Alt to 144.410 & 146.520)||FM||Ham|
- Several regional frequency coordinators recognize 223.5000 as the national 1.25m band FM simplex calling frequency. The ARRL does not list it in their band plan.
Standard Repeater Offsets
|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|
- These are US/Canadian offests. Other regions and countries may have different offsets on some bands.
- Some repeaters have non-standard offsets. These are often referred to as odd split repeaters.
- Some areas may use band plans with different offsets.
- AC6V.com - Links to many amateur radio web sites.
- eHam.net - This site has an extensive product review section that includes scanners and general coverage receivers.
- IARU - International Amateur Radio Union
- ITU Amateur and Amateur-satellite service
- QRZ.com - Callsign database, forums, practice exams, etc.
- FCC Amateur Radio Service
- FCC Amateur Radio Service Rules (Code of Federal Regulations Ttitle 47 Part 97)
- ARRL - American Radio Relay League
- Gordon West Radio School
- W5YI Group
- Artsci Amateur Radio Repeater Database
- K1IW Amateur Repeater and Broadcast Transmitters Database
- K5EHX Repeater Map
- LevineCentral.com Amateur Radio Repeaters
- RFinder Worldwide Repeater Directory
- List of amateur radio repeater frequency coordinators in the US Some of the regional frequency coordinators' web sites contain repeater listings or databases.
Related Wiki Articles
- Amateur Radio Band Descriptions
- Amateur Radio Digital Modes Waterfall Gallery
- Amateur Radio on HF
- Amateur Radio Transceiver Control
- Budget and Entry Level Transceivers
- FCC and FAA Tower Marking and Lighting Requirements
- HF Digital Amateur Radio
- Online amateur radio
- SDRs for Amateur Radio Use
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