OT PZK · Kurs CW · Kluby KF · Literowanie · RX online · Bandplan KF · Bandplan UKF · Mapy, okręgi · Kod Q · Raporty · poradnik UKF · Sztuka Operatorska. No rigid bandplan is proposed for the kHz band, but amateurs are asked to work within the following conventions, giving long-distance communications and . 4, IARU REGION 1 HF BAND PLAN. 5, as revised at Interim Meeting Vienna , effective 1 June 6, Defined at WRC conferences, IARU assigned bands.
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A recommendation for all radio amateurs how to use the bands, as revised at the Interim Meeting Viennaeffective 01 June Preferred Mode And Usage. Radio Amateurs in countries that have a SSB allocation ONLY below kHz, may continue to use it, but the National Societies in those countries are requested to take all necessary steps bandplah their licence administrations to adjust the phone allocations in accordance with the Region 1 Band plan.
CW, priority for intercontinental operation. Narrow band modes — digimodes. Narrow band modes — digimodes, automatically controlled data stations unattended. All modes, SSB contest preferred. All modes, SSB contest preferred, priority for intercontinental operation.
CW, Narrow band modes — digimodes. All modes, USB recommended for voice operation.
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Weak signal narrow band modes. It is strongly recommended that frequencies within the WRC allocation only be used if there are no other frequencies available at 5 MHz under abndplan ITU-R article 4.
The band segment 10 kHz to 10 kHz may be used for SSB transmissions in the area of Africa south of the equator during local daylight hours. News bulletins on any mode should not be transmitted on the 10 MHz band. Narrow band modes – digimodes automatically controlled data stations unattended. IBP, exclusively for beacons. All modes — digimodes, automatically controlled data stations unattended.
All modes, kHz — Global Emergency bzndplan of activity. Narrow band modes, digimodes. Narrow band modes, digimodes, automatically controlled data stations unattended.
All modes excluding SSBdigimodes, automatically controlled data stations unattended. IBP, regional time shared beacons. IBP, worldwide time shared beacons. IBP, continuous duty beacons. All modes — FM simplex — if kHz channels. All modes — FM calling channel. All modes — FM simplex repeater parrot – input and output.
To prevent any out of band transmission the maximum dial setting for USB Voice mode should be 3 kHz below upper band edge on bands 20 m to 10 m. Highest dial setting for USB Voice mode on the 60 m band: CW QSOs are accepted across all bands, except within beacon segments. Amplitude modulation AM may be used in the telephony sub-bands providing consideration is given to adjacent channel users.
Where no DX traffic bandplaan involved, the contest segments should not include 3 — 3 kHz or 3 kHz. Non-contesting radio amateurs are recommended to use the contest-free HF bands 30, 17 and 12 m during the largest international contests.
Contests should be restricted to80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 m. That is 60, 30, 17, and 12 m bands shall not be used for contests. It is recommended that any unmanned transmitting stations on HF shall only be activated under operator control except for beacons agreed with the IARU Region 1 beacon coordinator, or specially licensed experimental stations. Unmanned transmitting stations, and operation involving unmanned transmitting stations, must adhere to the frequency abndplan bandwidth limits of the band plan.
The operator connecting to an automatically controlled unmanned transmitting station is responsible for not causing interference. This is particularly important in the 30 meter band where the amateur service only has secondary status. Amateur radio operators may transmit messages via unmanned transmitting stations during coordinated emergency, and disaster preparedness exercises, limited to the duration of such exercises, using a bandwidth not exceeding 2 Hz. Such communication should be announced regularly on the frequency, and radio amateurs not participating in the communication should cooperate by not transmitting on the frequency.
Remote controlled operation on HF. Remote controlled operation is defined to mean operation where a licensed operator controls an amateur radio station from a remote control terminal. Remote operation must be permitted, or not objected to, by the Regulatory Authority of the country where the station is located.
The call sign to be used should be the call sign issued by the Regulatory Authority of the bandplah in which the station is located. This applies irrespective of the location of the operator. Any further requirements regarding the participation of remotely controlled stations in contests or award programs are a matter for the various bancplan or award program organisers.
Introduction of band plan by bandwidth. Effective 1 January Effective 29 March CW segment extended from 7 — 7 kHz to 7 – 7 kHz. Narrow band modes, digimodes segment moved and extended from 7 — 7 kHz to 7 -7 kHz. Narrow band modes, digimodes, segment for automatically controlled stations unattended moved and extended from 7 — 7 kHz to 7 – 7 kHz.
All modes, digimodes, segment for bamdplan controlled stations unattended moved from 7 — 7 kHz to 7 – 7 kHz. Introduction of Digital Voice Activity Centres.
Effective 17 August CW contest preferred segment 7 — bandpkan kHz withdrawn. Segment 29 — 29 kHz changed from maximum bandwidth of 2 Hz to maximum 6 Hz.
Introduction of new segment 29 — 29 kHz for FM simplex operation 10 kHz channels. Removal of FM simplex channels 29 — 29 kHz and 29 — 29 kHz. Number of FM Repeater channels increased to eight, former FM simplex channels became new repeater input, respectively repeater output channels.
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Effective 26 September Segment 29 — 29 kHz: Change from maximum bandwidth of 2 Hz to maximum 6 Hz. Satellite segment 29 — 29 kHz: Removal of downlink restriction. Several modifications to be ratified by General Conference Effective 01 June Narrow bandwidth mode segment with maximum bandwidth of Hz extended by 10 kHz now from 10 kHz to 10 kHz.
Contact us Add to favorites Set as homepage. Davos 80 m Band: Consideration should be given to adjacent channel users. Remote controlled operation on HF Remote controlled operation is defined to mean operation where a licensed operator controls an amateur radio station from a remote control terminal. Where a station is operated remotely, the following conditions shall apply: All modes – digimodes. All modes — beacons.
All modes All modes — FM simplex — 10 kHz channels All modes — digimodes, automatically controlled data stations unattended.