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WIA Australian Ham Radio Band Plan


A band plan is an agreement that divides the RF spectrum into different bands or segments for different uses
post 26 Dec 2021


Band Plan Ham Radio Links

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ARRL US amateur radio bands
General, Advanced and Amateur Extra class licensees are authorized to use these Amateur Bands..

ARRL US frequencies allocation
At all times, transmitter power must be the minimum necessary to carry out the desired communications. Unless otherwise noted, the maximum power output is 1500 watts PEP. Novice/Technicians are limited to 200 watts PEP on HF bands. Geographical power restrictions apply to the 630 meter, 70 centimeter, 33 centimeter and 23 centimeter bands

10 m| 12 m| 15 m|
17 m 20 m| 2 m|
23 cm| 30 m| 40 m
6 m| 70 cm| 80 m| 160 m| 136 khz
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Loop
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Low Band Receiving
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Slot
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