Updated ARRL “US Amateur Radio Bands” Charts Now Available
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As a Technician licensee, you have free access to all amateur frequencies above 50 MHz, but what about on the shortwave high-frequency HF bands? This chart helps you follow the rules. You have many more frequencies to use on the high-frequency HF bands, as shown in the following table. A complete chart of the U. Hams use three-letter Q signals on every mode and even in face-to-face conversation. Here are the Q signals most commonly used in day-to-day operation. Each signal can be a question or an answer, as shown in the Meaning column.
The Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations Canadian Table assigns the electromagnetic spectrum and establishes the frequency allocations available for radio services in Canada. The Canadian Table and the associated general information will, from time to time, need to be revised. The Canadian Table reflects international changes while taking into account Canadian requirements to ensure that government, commercial and private users have full flexibility to develop new radio applications and systems.