28 Mhz Band Plan

     RSGB Band Plan (effective from 1st January 2015)
The following band plan is largely based on that agreed at IARU Region 1 General Conferences with some local differences on
on frequencies above 430 MHz.
28 MHz (10m) Necessary UK Usage
Bandwidth
28,000-28,070 kHz 200 Hz Telegraphy
28,055 kHz   QRS (slow telegraphy) Centre of Activity.
28,060 kHz   QRP (low power) Centre of Activity.
28,070-28,120 500 Hz Narrow band modes
28,120-28,150 500 Hz Narrow band modes – automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
28,150-28,190 500 Hz Narrow band modes
28,190-28,199 IBP – regional time shared beacons
28,199-28,201 IBP – world wide time shared beacons
28,201-28,225 IBP – continuous-duty beacons
28,225-28,300 2.7 kHz All modes – beacons
28,300-28,320 2.7 kHz All modes – automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
28,320-29,000 2.7 kHz 28,330 kHz – Digital Voice centre of activity
28,360 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity.
28,680 kHz – Image Centre of Activity.
29,000-29,100 6 kHz All modes
29,100-29,200 6 kHz All modes – FM simplex – 10 kHz channels
29,200-29,300 6 kHz All modes – automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
29,210 kHz UK Internet voice gateway – unattended
29,290 kHz UK Internet voice gateway – unattended
29,300-29,510 6 kHz Satellite links
29,510-29,520 Guard channel
29,520-29,590 6 kHz All modes – FM repeater inputs (RH1-RH8)
29,530 kHz UK Internet voice gateway – Unattended (RH2)
29,600 6 kHz All modes – FM calling channel
29,610 6 kHz All modes – FM simplex repeater (parrot) – input and output
29,620-29,700 6 kHz All modes – FM repeater outputs (RH1-RH8)
29,630 kHz UK Internet voice gateway – Unattended (RH2)
LICENCE NOTES: Amateur and Amateur Satellite Service – Primary User: 26dBW permitted
Beacons may be established for D.F. competitions except within 50km of NGR SK985640 (Waddington)
Notes to the Band Plan

 

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