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Frequenzbänder

Offiziellen Frequenzbänder des Amateurfunks:
 

Nachfolgend finden sich die Frequenzbänder, die im Amateurfunk genutzt werden.

135,7 - 138,8 KHz - Klasse A
472,0 - 479,0 KHz - Klasse A
160m - Klasse A + E
80 m - Klasse A+ E
50 m - Klasse A
40 m - Klasse A
30 m - Klasse A
20 m - Klasse A
17 m - Klasse A
15 m - Klasse A + E
12 m - Klasse A
10 m - Klasse A + E

Alle einzelnen Bandplände sind in die jeweiligen verschienen Betriebsarten und Nutzungen aufgesplittet.
(Mit rechten Maustclick im neunen Fenster/Tab öffnen)

 

Bandplan 6m (Stand 2017) - Klasse A
Bandplan 2m (Stand 2014) - Klasse A + E
Bandplan 70cm (Stand 2016) - Klasse A + E
Bandplan 23cm (Stand 2011) - Klasse A
Bandplan 13cm (Stand 2015) - Klasse A + E
Bandplan 9cm (Stand 2013) - Klasse A
Bandplan 6cm (Stand 2013) - Klasse A + E
Bandplan 3cm (Stand 12/2013) - Klasse A + E
Bandplan 1,2cm - Klasse A
Bandplan 47GHz - Klasse A
Bandplan 76GHz Klasse A
Bandplan 122GHz - Klasse A
Bandplan 134GHz (Stand 03/2013) - Klasse A
Bandplan 241GHz - Klasse A
Bandplan 0,3THz (Stand 08/2012) - Klasse A



1. Large Wave (LW)
2. Middle Wave (MW)
3. Short Wave (SW/KW)
4. Very High Frequenzy (VHF/UKW)
5. Ultra High Frequenzy (UHF/UKW)
6. Super High Frequenzy (SHF/UKW)

 


 

Frequencies used by the AFU Service
The following, in alphanumeric order, is a list of recommended frequencies (in Khz) used by the AFU modes of MULTIPSK, for the LF, HF, VHF bands (based on IARU region 1).

 

(FM or phase modulation)

30-41, 68-88, 132-225, 400-520 Mhz, in France.

86, 152 et 173 MHz are currently used in FM


ACARS (VHF) (AM)

Worlwide: 131.550 MHz

Europe: 131.525, 131.725, 136.750, 136.850, 136.900, 136.925 MHz

USA and Canada: 129.125, 130.025, 130.450, 131.550, 131.725 MHz

USA only: 130.425, 131.125, 136.700, 136.750, 136.800 MHz

Canada only: 131.475 MHz

Japan: 131.450 MHz


ALE (MIL-STD-188-141A or "141A") (USB)

Some ALE frequencies: 3596.0, 7040.5, 10145.5, 14109.0, 21116.0 KHz
It will be found a complete list of ALE frequencies in the WEB site: http://www.hflink.com/channels


ALE400 (USB)

Here after is a non exhaustive list of the ALE400 frequencies:

1837.0, 3589.0, 7037.5, 10141.5, 14074.0, 14094.0, 18104.5, 21094.0, 24926.0, 28146.0, 50162.5, 144162.5 (AF at 1625 Hz).

The complete list of frequencies is on "http://hflink.com/ale400".


AMTOR ARQ or FEC (Ham) (USB, sometimes LSB)

Same frequencies as for RTTY 45 bauds (Ham), in particular around 14075 KHz.

1838-1842, 3580-3600, 7035-7045, 10140-10150, 14070-14099, 18100-18109, 21080-21120, 24920-24929, 28050-28150, 50100-50500, 144600, 144800-144990


CCW (USB)

For CCW which is a mode close to CW, the following frequencies are suggested:

1844, 3561, 7031, 10107, 14061, 21061, 24907, 28061 Khz (QRP frequencies + 1KHz).


CCW-FSK (USB)

The following frequencies are suggested:

3590, 7043, 10143, 14075 Khz (CQ calls in 24 wpm).

For North America, it is proposed:

3575, 7075, 10137, 14075, 18105, 21075, 24905, 28075 Khz.


CHIP (64/128) (USB)

7090 (for USA), 14077 and 14110 KHz


CW (USB)

135.7-137.8, 1810-1838, 3500-3580, 7000-7035, 10100-10140, 14000-14070, 18068-18100, 21000-21080, 21120-21149, 24890-24920, 28000-28050, 28150-28190, 50000-50100, 144000-144150 (call on 144050 or 144060)


CONTESTIA (USB)

For 1000 Hz bandwidth sub-modes, with an AF frequency of 1000 Hz, frequency displayed on the transceiver:14103.5 Khz

For 500 and 250 Hz bandwidth: 7039.5, 14075.5 Khz


DGPS (USB or LSB but USB recommended)

From 283.5 to 325 KHz in LF.
For precise details of each DGPS transmitter, see:
"http://www.beaconworld.org.uk/files/worldDGPSfreqorder.pdf"


DTMF (FM in VHF and UHF and USB in HF)
1) In FM, on the repeaters frequencies (144,500 to 144,794 KHz and 145,194 to 145.593 Khz).

For example in France: "http://f5ad.free.fr/ATV-RES_%20Tableau_des_frequences.htm"

2) In USB (HF), anywhere but on the frequencies reserved to digital modes (bandwidth >= 1 KHz).

Important: as DTMF frequencies are fixed, the chosen frequency will be a multiple of 2 KHz, as for example: 14102, 14104, 14106 KHz... on 20 meters.


FAX HF (Ham) (USB)

3730-3740, 7035-7045, 14230, 21340, 28680, 50550, 144700 KHz

U.S. hams are allowed image transmission on 80 m from 3750 kHz and up, 7150 kHz and up for 40 meters, and 21200 khz and up, commensurate with the license class:

Extra Class = 14150 kHz and up
Advance Class = 14175 kHz and up
General Clas = 14225 kHz and up
(Dave N4EF info).


FAX HF (commercial) (USB, 120 lpm, examples)

Hambourg Meteo on 3855, 7880, 13882.5 Khz

Bracknell Meteo on 2618.5, 3289.5, 4610, 4782, 8040, 9203, 11086.5, 14436, 14582.5 Khz

RN London on 2374, 4307, 6446, 8331.5, 12844.5, 16912 Khz

NMG New Orleans, LA 8503 kHz


GMDSS DSC in MF/HF (navy) (USB)

2182.0; 2187.5, 8414.5, 4207.5 kHz, 6312 kHz, 12577.0, 16804.5 Khz with a central AF frequency of 1700 Hz +/-85 Hz (1615 - 1785 Hz)


GMDSS DSC in VHF (navy) (FM)

156.525 MHz (channel 70).


HELLSCHREIBER: FELD HELL, PSK HELL, FM HELL and HELL 80 (USB)

3580, 7035, 10135, 14063, 21063 and 28063 KHz


JT65 (USB)


JT65A in HF on: 1805, 1838, 3576, 7039 (Europe), 7076 (North America), 10139, 14076, 18102, 21076.0, 24920.0, 28076.0 KHz (AF around 1400 Hz)
See also "http://hflink.com/jt65/"

Note: for the standard JT65A HF frequencies, it exists "auto-loggers" which permit to know the JT65 traffic (thanks to automatic reports sent by SWLs or HAMs stations), as for example: "http://jt65.w6cqz.org/"

VHF and UHF for EME QSO (“ Earth - Moon - Earth ”):

JT65A used on 50 Mhz (50.185 - 50.195) , JT65B on 144 MHz (144.115 - 144.135), 432 MHz (432.060 - 432.070) and JT65C on 1296 MHz (1296.060 - 1296.070).

The most probable to find EME JT65 transmissions is the center of each band.


MFSK16, MFSK8, THROB, THROBX, DominoF, DominoEX (USB)

1838, 3580, 7037, 10147, 14080, 18105, 21080, 24929, 28080 Khz

Note: for SSTV in MFSK16, in general, it is not authorized to transmit a mix of text and pictures because the authorized frequencies, for these modes (MFSK16 / SSTV), are different.

The MFSK8, DominoF, DominoEX and THROBX modes are QRP transmissions. They are very little used. I propose to focus calls in the same conditions as for PSK10, PSKFEC31, PSK63F, PSKAM10/31/50 modes (see above).


MT63 (USB)

1822, 1838, 3580, 3590, 3635, 7035, 7037, 10140, 10145, 14106, 14109, 14114, 18100, 18105, 21130, 24925, 28130 Khz


NAVTEX (commercial) (USB, examples)

The NAVTEX frequencies are 518 et 490 Khz. The user will set his transceiver on USB at 517 or 489 Khz. The transmissions are done at fixed time, for example for NITON (GB): 7h00 and 19h00 UTC on 518 Khz in English, 5h20 and 17h20 on 490 Khz in English, 7h10 and 19h10 on 490 Khz in French.


OLIVIA (USB)

With an AF frequency of 1000 Hz, frequency displayed on the transceiver:

7038.5, 14104.5, 14105.5, 14106.5, 14107.5, 14108.5 (call frequency), 18102.5, 18103.5, 18104.5, 21129.5 KHz

See DK4ZC text: Commands and use of the Olivia, Contestia and RTTYM modes


PACKET FSK 110 bauds + APRS + DIGISSTV "Run" + PACKET PSK 63 and 250 (USB only)

The following frequencies are suggested, with AF to 1000 Hz +/- QRM:

3590, 7043, 10147.5, 14075, 144620 Khz.


PACKET FSK 300 bauds + APRS + DIGISSTV "Run" (USB)

3590-3600 (QSO), 10150 LSB (APRS), 14090-14099 (QSO), 14101-14112 (BBS), 14105 (APRS), 18102 (APRS), 21100-21120 (QSO), 21113 (APRS), 28120-28150 KHz (QSO)

Note: on 14105 KHz LSB is the "NETWORK 105" ARES, Emergency traffic standby packet net.


PACKET FSK 1200 bauds + APRS + DIGISSTV "Run" (FM)

29250 (APRS), 144800 (APRS) but 144.390 MHz in the North American continent

BBS can be found around 145000 Khz (QRG examples: 144900, 144925 and 144950 KHz).


PACKET BPSK1200
This mode is used for satellite (as LUSAT LO-19 for example) transmissions in UHF (USB), around 435 MHz.


PAX (USB in HF, FM in VHF)

The following frequencies are suggested:

3590, 7042, 10148, 14075, 144620 Khz.

I propose to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:

14075 Khz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic,
10148 kHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 22h00 UTC if few traffic.
144620 hHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 20h00 UTC if few traffic.


PAX2 (USB in HF, FM in VHF)

The following frequencies are suggested:

3610, 7042, 14112, 18112, 21112, 24932, 28302, 144620 Khz.


PSK10, PSKFEC31, PSK63F + DIGISSTV "Run", PSKAM10/31/50 (USB)

Except PSK220F, These modes are QRP transmissions. They are used very little. I propose to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:

14075 Khz (AF around 1000 Hz) at 17h00 UTC,
10148 kHz (AF around 1000 Hz) at 22h00 UTC,
144620 hHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 20h00 UTC.
A CW prefix, at 20 wpm, indicating mode, software and power used, for example: "VVV DE F6CTE / MODE PSKFEC31 / SOFT MULTIPSK / PWR: 5 WATTS" could be transmitted before the CQ call itself.


PSK31 (BPSK31, QPSK31), PSK125 (BPSK125, QPSK125), PSK250 (BPSK250 and QPSK250) (USB)

1838, 3580, 7035, 10140, 14070, 18100, 21080, 24920, 28070, 28120, 50000, 144000 (144605 in France and 144144 in Italy).


PSK63 (BPSK63 and QPSK63) (USB)

14072.5 - 14080 Khz. It is recommended to use fixed frequencies multiple of 100 Hz: 14072.5, 14072.6, 14072.7... For that, the user sets his transceiver on 14072 Khz in USB and operates on 500, 600, 700,..., 2400 or 2500 Hz... on the spectrum indicator.


PSK220F + DIGISSTV "Run" (USB)

I propose to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:

14075 Khz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic,
10148 kHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 22h00 UTC if few traffic.
144620 hHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 20h00 UTC if few traffic.
QRSS (USB)

135.7 to 136.0, 137.6 to 137.8 KHz, 505 KHz + as CW 1810-1838, 3500-3580, 7000-7035, 10100-10140 KHz...


RTTY 45 bauds (50 and 75 bauds) (Ham), ASCII 110 bauds (Ham) and PACTOR 1 (USB)

1838-1842, 3580-3600, 7035-7045, 10140-10150, 14070-14099, 18100-18109, 21080-21120, 24920-24929, 28050-28150, 50100-50500, 144600, 144800-144990


RTTY 50 bauds (commercial) (LSB, examples)

85 Hz shift: DDH47 (20 kW) on 147.3 KHz

with SYNOP/SHIP transmissions

450 Hz shift: DDK2 (1 kW) on 4583 KHz, DDH7 (1 kW) on 7646 KHz and DDK9 (10 kW) on 10100.8 KHz


RTTY 75 bauds (commercial) (LSB, example)

425 Hz shift: Bracknell meteo on 4489 KHz


RTTYM (USB)

For 1000 Hz bandwidth sub-modes, with an AF frequency of 1000 Hz, frequency displayed on the transceiver:14103.5 Khz

For 500 and 250 Hz bandwidth: 7039.5, 14075.5 Khz


SELCAL (USB)

The HF bands allocated to this type of transmission are the following: 2850-3155, 3400-3500, 4650-4750, 5480-5730, 6525-6765, 8815-9040, 10005-10100, 11175-11400, 13200-13360, 15010-15100, 17900-18030, 21870-22000, 23200-23350 KHz

There are a lot of frequencies for all regions. Here are some examples.

North Atlantic and Artic: 4675, 8891, 13291 KHz,
North Atlantic: 3016, 5598, 5616, 5649, 8825, 8864, 11279 KHz,
North Pacific: 5628, 10048, 11330 KHz
etc...

For all ICAO HF frequencies, refer to the Internet address:
http://www.dxworld.com/hfaero.html


SITOR A (ARQ) or SITOR B (FEC) (commercial) (USB, examples)
4210-4218, 6314-6329, 12579-12646


SSTV

3730 (LSB), 7035 (LSB), 14230 (USB), 21340 (USB), 28680 (USB), 144500 (FM)


VOICE (USB en HF, FM en VHF)

The following frequencies are suggested:

3590, 7042, 10148, 14075, 144620 Khz with an AF frequency of 1000 Hz.

I propose to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:

14074 Khz (AF at 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic,
10148 kHz (AF at 1000 Hz), at 22h00 UTC if few traffic.


by13DW100

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