USA GENERAL CLASS FREQUENCY PRIVILEGES IN HAM RADIO

USA GENERAL CLASS FREQUENCY PRIVILEGES IN HAM RADIO

Soon, if you haven’t done so already, you’ll be thinking about upgrading. 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.S. frequency and mode privileges for all license classes is available from the American Radio Relay League (ARRL).
BandFrequencies (in MHz)Mode
160, 60, 30 metersAll amateur privileges
80 meters3.525–3.600CW, RTTY, data
3.800–4.000CW, phone, image
40 meters7.025–7.125CW, RTTY, data
7.175–7.300CW, phone, image
20 meters14.025–14.150CW, RTTY, data
14.225–14.350CW, phone, image
15 meters21.025–21.200CW, RTTY, data
21.275–21.450CW, phone, image
17, 12, 10 metersAll amateur privileges
Above 50 MHzAll amateur privileges
CW = Morse code; RTTY = radioteletype.




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