USA TECHNICIAN CLASS FREQUENCY PRIVILEGES IN HAM RADIO

USA TECHNICIAN CLASS FREQUENCY PRIVILEGES IN HAM RADIO
When you’re getting started, remembering where you’re allowed to operate is important. 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. A band-by-band plan showing where to find different types of activity is available from the American Radio Relay League (ARRL).
BandFrequencies (In MHz)Modes You Can Use
80 meters3.525 – 3.600CW
40 meters7.025 – 7.125CW
15 meters21.025 – 21.200CW
10 meters28.000 – 28.300
28.300 – 28.500
CW, RTTY/data, 200 watts PEP maximum power
CW, phone, 200 watts PEP maximum power
Above 50 MHzAll amateur privileges
CW = Morse code; PEP = peak envelope power; RTTY = radioteletype.




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