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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.
As a ham operator this seriously disappoints me. The way it sounds the 2m ham band was targeted because it is world wide. Taking it is the easy way out for the producers.
Forgot Password? A band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference between incompatible modes. You need only register once for each band. CW and digital emissions must be centered 1.
The centimeter or MHz band is a portion of the UHF radio spectrum internationally allocated to amateur radio and amateur satellite use. Most amateurs operating on 70 cm use either equipment purpose built for ham radio, or commercial equipment designed for nearby land mobile frequencies. Amateurs predominately use the band for FM or digital voice communications through repeaters.
This is an open-source modem designed to carry IP traffic over the 70cm Amateur radio band, with data rates of up to kbps. The goal of this modem is to be used for the Hamnet Amateur radio IP network, to give access to end users where coverage on the 2. After reading all the available documentation, I found NPR very interesting.
The importance for radio amateurs to be members of their national societies, and in extension IARU, has once again been made so evident. Especially this time round where a lot had been at stake for amateur radio world wide! A IARU team took part, representing the interests of amateur radio.
Hams know there is no other service like ours. To learn more about me and my passion, select from menus on the top. Amateur radio, also known as ham radio, describes the use of radio frequency spectrum for purposes of non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, private recreation, radiosport, contesting, and emergency communication. The amateur radio service amateur service and amateur-satellite service is established by the International Telecommunication Union ITU through the Radio Regulations.
There will be APIs and protocol documentations for deep integration with custom new protocols. Also the hardware is released under an open-source license. A multiple access scheme is currently under development.
The main objectives are to make as many contacts as possible and to have fun. Other objectives may include improving your operating skills, testing new equipment configurations and techniques, expanding your horizons by operating on the microwave bands and exploring radio propagation. The entrants must operate within the letter and spirit of the contest.