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travellers radio frequencies
« on: September 22, 2013, 07:06:22 PM »
I now have 10 meter and V.H.F.Capabilities in my bug out vehicle the frequencies i will use as is follows

V.H.F = 154.570

10 METER = 28.400  USB ;this will be my primary sit and moniter channel....
10 METER=  29.600 FM ......
10 METER = SCANNING 28.OO0/28.300 ...USB ; this will be the primary scan section......

IN THE EVENT WE NEED TO COMMUNICATE IN THIS FASHION THIS IS WHERE I AND ALL THAT MUSTER WITH ME WILL BE....


Also some good 10 meter info...


http://www.qsl.net/k3asi/modechart.htm


160 METERS   
1.830-1.840  CW, RTTY and other narrowband modes, intercontinental QSOs only
1.825 - 1.826  DXpeditions often call her and listen 1.830 to 1.8350
1.838 MFSK
1838.150  PSK31 Calling Frequency
1.840-1.850  CW, SSB, SSTV and other wideband modes, intercontinental QSOs only
1828.5  DXpeditions CW Operations are frequently here
1.916 SSTV
80/75 METERS   
3.500-3.525  CW DX & DXpedition Window
3.505  DXpeditions CW are frequently here
3.580 MFSK
3580.15  PSK-31 (offset -115 for USB)
3.590  RTTY DX
3.640-3.650 SSB (some Europeans will transmit here and listen above 3800kHz)
3.690-3.700  SSB (some Europeans will transmit here and listen above 3.800)
3.71  QRP Novice/Tech CW Calling Freq
3.790-3.800 SSB DX & DXpedition Window 3.799 DXpeditions SSB are frequently
here DX may transmit below 3750 KHz and listen above 3800 KHz.
3.730~3.740  SSTV Operating Frequency -- IARU Region 1
3.845 & 3.857  SSTV Operating Frequency USA/Canada
3.885  AM Calling Frequency
3.575 HELL, Region #1
3.559 HELL, Region #2
60 METERS Max ERP is 50 watts.
5330.5 kHz USB 
5346.5 kHz USB 
5366.5 kHz USB 
5371.5 kHz USB 
5403.5 kHz USB 
40 METERS   
7.000 - 7.010  CW DX & DXpedition Window
7.005  DXpeditions CW are frequently here
7.035~7.045 SSTV Operating Frequency -- IARU Region 1
7.035.15  PSK-31 (offset -115 for USB)FOR Region 1 and 7080.15 for region 2
7.037 MFSK
7.040  RTTY DX
7.040 to 7.099 SSB DX & DXpedition Transmit -- Listening above 7.150
7.050  XTAL Controlled Rigs
7.065  DXpedition SSB USA split to 7.150 and above
7.072.50 Most PSK31 has moved to this freq.   LSB
7.171 & 7.172 SSTV Operating Frequency USA/Canada
7.228 * Digital SSTV,  *Or after Analog Portion Of The NET ends
7.245  FAX Operating Frequency
7.290  AM Calling Frequency
7.030-7.040 HELL
30 METERS   
10.110 DXpeditions CW are frequently here
10140.150  PSK31
10.135-10.145 HELL
10.147 MFSK
20 METERS   
14.025 DXpeditions are frequently here CW Freq -- Usually Split
14070.15 PSK-31 (14069.00 USB)
14.072-14.079 MFSK16
14.080 RTTY Freq & MFSK
14.100  NCDXF Beacons
14.195  Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate SSB Here --
Generally Listening Up (Split Operation)
14.225~14.235 SSTV Operating Frequency -- IARU Region 1
14.230  SSTV Operation USA/Canada
14.233 SSTV Operation USA
14.236 SSTV Operation USA
14.245 FAX Operating Frequency
14.286 AM Calling Frequency
14.063-14.070 HELL
17 METERS   
18.145  DXpeditions SSB are frequently here -- Usually Split
18100.150 PSK31
18.075 DXpeditions CW are frequently here -- Usually Split
18.101-18.107 HELL
18.105 MFSK
18.1625 Digital SSTV
15 METERS   
21.025  Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate CW Here --
Generally Listening Up (Split Operation)
21.070 PSK-31 (offset -115 for USB)
21.080  RTTY & MFSK
21.295  Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate SSB Here --
Generally Listening Up (Split Operation)
21.335~21.345 SSTV Operating Frequency -- IARU Region 1
21.340  SSTV Operating Frequency USA/Canada or Digital SSTV
21.345  FAX Operating Frequency
21.063-21.070  HELL
12 METERS   
24.945  Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate SSB Here --
Generally Listening Up (Split Operation)
24920.150  PSK31
24.929 MFSK
24.895 Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate CW Here --
Generally Listening Up (Split Operation)
10 METERS   
28.025 CW Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate Here --
Split
28.063-28.070 HELL
28070.15 PSK-31 (offset -115 for USB)
28.080  RTTY  & MFSK
28.1010 10/10 Intl CW Calling Frequency
28120.150 PSK31
28.120-28.300 Beacons
28.340 Hoodlums Net, every Saturday 10 PM EST, Rock Hill, SC
28.380  10/10 SSB Intl Calling Frequency
28.425  10/10 SSB Intl Calling Frequency
28.495 SSB Rare DX & DXpeditions Frequently Operate Here --
Split
28.600  Old General Callin Frequency - Still used by Old Timers
28.610 Local RagChew Freq. for Gastonia, NC
28.660~28.700 SSTV Operating Frequencys
28.680  SSTV Operations USA/Canada
28.690 SSTV Repeaters (K3ASI)
28.700 SSTV Repeaters
28.800 10-10  Net 
28.825  10-10 Backskatter Net - Paper Chasers Net
28.885  6M DX Liaison Frequency -- Listen here for 6 Meter DX opening announcements and discussions.
28.945  FAX Operating Frequency
29.000-29.200 AM Operations
29.300-29.510  Satellite Downlinks
29.550 FM, Digital SSTV
29.520-29.580 Repeater Inputs
29.600  FM Simplex - Calling Frequency
29.620-29.680  Repeater Outputs
6  METERS   
50.680 SSTV
50.0 - 50.1 CW
50.110 SSB DX CALLING
50.100 - 50.124 SSB DX
50.125 SSB US CALLING
50.200 ARRL New Calling Freq.
50.125 - 50.200 SSB
50.200 - 52.00 Only during hot F2 openings do you find SSB much above 50.200.
50.400
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50.260  AM
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WSJT (high speed meteorite scatter)
 
51.120 FM PSK31
50.290 SSB PSK31
52.00 - 54.00 FM Repeaters
52.525 FM Simplex
2  METERS   
144.200 SSB
145.500 FM SSTV
145.550 FM PSK31
144.144 SSB PSK31
144.390 APRS
144.140 FSK441 Meteor Scatter
144.40 - 144.44 Experimental
144.45 - 144.49 Satellite (SAREX and ARISS voice up-links)
145.00-145.09 PACKET
144.510 - 144.890  FM Repeater Inputs
145.110 - 145.490  FM Repeater Outputs
145.710 PACKET
146.010 - 146.505  FM Repeater Inputs
146.400 - 146.585 FM Voice Simplex and Alternate Repeater Inputs
146.610 - 147.390 FM Repeater Outputs
147.600 - 147.990 FM Repeater Inputs
146.520 National Simplex Calling Frequency 
222-225 MHz 
222.000 - 222.015 Guard Band (15 KHz)
222.015 - 222.050 EME - (Earth/Moon/Earth) (50 KHz)
222.050 - 222.060 Propagation Beacons (10 KHz)
222.060 - 222.100 Weak Signal CW/Experimental (40 KHz)
222.100  CW/SSB Calling Frequency
222.100 - 222.200 Weak Signal CW/SSB (100 KHz)
222.200 - 222.350 Repeater Control/Link Frequency (150 KHz)
222.350 - 222.450 Hi Speed Digital w/222.40 Center (100 KHz)
222.450 - 222.460 Propagation Beacons (10 KHz)
222.460 - 222.490 EME/Weak Signal/Experimental (30 KHz)
222.500 - 223.380 FM Repeater Inputs (880 KHz with 20 KHz spacing)
223.400 - 223.640 FM Simplex Voice (240 KHz)
223.660 - 223.780 Digital Channels (120 KHz with 20 KHz spacing)
223.800 - 223.900 Hi Speed Digital w/223.85 center (100 KHz)
223.910 - 224.080 Control & Link Frequencies (170 KHz)
224.100 - 224.980 FM Repeater Outputs (880 KHz with 20 KHz spacing)
224.990 - 225.000 Guard Band (10 KHz)
223.400 223.420 223.440 223.460 223.480 223.500 *
223.520 223.540 223.560 223.580 223.600 223.620 223.640 FM Voice Simplex Frequencies
* 223.500 is the National FM Voice Simplex Calling Frequency
 
420-450 MHz 
420.0000 - 420.2000  Repeater Links
420.0000 - 426.0000 ATV Repeater Output 421.250 Video -425.750 Audio 
426.0000 - 432.0000 ATV Simplex 427.250 Video - 431.750 Audio
432.0000 - 433.0000 SSB & Weak Signal 432.100 National SSB Calling Frequency
433.0125 - 433.2000 Repeater Links
433.0000 - 439.0000 ATV Simplex Only 434.000 Video - 438.500 Audio
438.7750 - 439.5875 Repeater Links
439.6000 - 440.4750 FM Digital/Packet Operation
440.5125 - 440.7250 Narrow Band Digital Repeater Outputs/Duplex Backbones/Link
440.7375 - 440.9000 Simplex Cross Band Voice - Base
440.9125 - 441.1750 Simplex Digital
441.1875 - 441.4875 Links, Control Frequencies
441.5000 Simplex Digital 441.000 National Digital Calling Frequency
441.5250 - 441.7750 Duplex Link Repeaters
441.8000 - 444.9750 FM Standard Repeater Outputs
445.0250 - 445.4750 Digital
445.5125 - 445.7250 Digital Repeater Inputs
445.7375 - 445.9000 Simplex Cross Band Voice - Mobile
445.9125 - 446.1750 FM Simplex 446.000 National FM Calling Frequency
446.1875 - 446.4875 Links, Control Frequencies
446.5000 Simplex Digital
446.5250 - 446.7750 Duplex Link Repeaters
446.8000 - 449.9750 FM Standard Repeater Inputs
445.9125 445.9250 445.9375 445.9500 445.9625 445.9750 445.9875 446.0000 *
446.0125 446.0250 446.0375 446.0500 446.0625 446.0750 446.0875 446.1000
446.1125 446.1250 446.1375 446.1500 446.1625 446.1750
 Voice FM Simplex Frequencies
* 446.000 is the National FM Voice Simplex Calling Frequency

 


« Last Edit: September 22, 2013, 07:33:58 PM by traveller »
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Re: travellers radio frequencies
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2014, 11:10:24 AM »
All,

Here is a link to an interesting site:

http://radiofreeq.wordpress.com/2013/07/01/survivalist-ssb-cb-freeband-channel-frequency-list/

And here is a list from that site of interesting freq's to have on hand:

Survivalist SSB CB Freeband Channel Frequency List
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
CHAN TYPE| CHANNEL NAME | FREQ. | MODE | COMMON CHANNEL USAGE
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==1 | 26.962 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===1 | 26.965 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==1 | 26.968 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==2 | 26.972 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===2 | 26.975 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==2 | 26.978 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==3 | 26.982 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===3 | 26.985 AM *PREPPER CB 3 AM*
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==3 | 26.988 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =3A | 26.992 LSB
CONTROL= | CHANNEL ==3A | 26.995 AM =REMOTE=CONTROL DATA
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =3A | 26.998 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==4 | 27.002 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===4 | 27.005 AM 4X4 CLUBS, *TAPRN NET* CB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==4 | 27.008 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==5 | 27.012 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===5 | 27.015 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==5 | 27.018 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==6 | 27.022 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===6 | 27.025 AM SKIP TALKER HIGH POWER CB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==6 | 27.028 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==7 | 27.032 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===7 | 27.035 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==7 | 27.038 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =7A | 27.042 LSB
CONTROL= | CHANNEL ==7A | 27.045 AM =REMOTE=CONTROL DATA
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =7A | 27.048 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==8 | 27.052 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===8 | 27.055 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==8 | 27.058 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP ==9 | 27.062 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ===9 | 27.065 AM EMERGENCY CB AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP ==9 | 27.068 USB
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
CHAN TYPE| CHANNEL NAME | FREQ. | MODE | COMMON CHANNEL USAGE
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =10 | 27.072 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==10 | 27.075 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =10 | 27.078 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =11 | 27.082 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==11 | 27.085 AM LOCAL CB CALLING
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =11 | 27.088 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP 11A | 27.092 LSB
CONTROL= | CHANNEL =11A | 27.095 AM =REMOTE=CONTROL DATA
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP 11A | 27.098 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP 12A | 27.102 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==12 | 27.105 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =12 | 27.108 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =13 | 27.112 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==13 | 27.115 AM RV OR CAMPERS CB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =13 | 27.118 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =14 | 27.122 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==14 | 27.125 AM CB WALKIE=TALKIES
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =14 | 27.128 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =15 | 27.132 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==15 | 27.135 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =15 | 27.138 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP 15A | 27.142 LSB
CONTROL= | CHANNEL =15A | 27.155 AM =REMOTE=CONTROL DATA
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP 15A | 27.148 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =16 | 27.152 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==16 | 27.155 AM 4X4=CLUBS CB CHANNEL
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =16 | 27.158 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =17 | 27.162 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==17 | 27.165 AM CB TRUCKER
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =17 | 27.168 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =18 | 27.172 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==18 | 27.175 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =18 | 27.178 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =19 | 27.182 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==19 | 27.185 AM TRUCKER CB MAIN HIGHWAYS
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =19 | 27.188 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP 19A | 27.192 LSB
CONTROL= | CHANNEL =19A | 27.195 AM =REMOTE=CONTROL DATA
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP 19A | 27.198 USB
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
CHAN TYPE| CHANNEL NAME | FREQ. | MODE | COMMON CHANNEL USAGE
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =20 | 27.202 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==20 | 27.205 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =20 | 27.208 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =21 | 27.212 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==21 | 27.215 AM CB TRUCKER
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =21 | 27.218 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =22 | 27.222 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==22 | 27.225 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =22 | 27.228 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =24 | 27.232 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==24 | 27.235 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =24 | 27.238 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =25 | 27.242 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==25 | 27.245 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =25 | 27.248 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =23 | 27.252 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==23 | 27.255 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =23 | 27.258 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =26 | 27.262 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==26 | 27.265 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =26 | 27.268 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =27 | 27.272 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==27 | 27.275 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =27 | 27.278 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =28 | 27.282 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==28 | 27.285 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =28 | 27.288 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =29 | 27.292 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==29 | 27.295 AM
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =29 | 27.298 USB
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
CHAN TYPE| CHANNEL NAME | FREQ. | MODE | COMMON CHANNEL USAGE
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =30 | 27.302 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==30 | 27.305 AM/LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =30 | 27.308 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =31 | 27.312 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==31 | 27.315 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =31 | 27.318 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =32 | 27.322 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==32 | 27.325 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =32 | 27.328 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =33 | 27.332 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==33 | 27.335 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =33 | 27.338 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =34 | 27.342 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==34 | 27.345 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =34 | 27.348 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =35 | 27.352 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==35 | 27.355 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =35 | 27.358 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =36 | 27.362 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==36 | 27.365 USB *SURVIVALIST 36 USB*
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =36 | 27.368 USB *SURVIVALIST 368USB*
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =37 | 27.372 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==37 | 27.375 USB *PREPPER 37 USB*
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =37 | 27.378 USB *PREPPER 378 USB*
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =38 | 27.382 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==38 | 27.385 LSB/USB MAIN CB LSB CALLING
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =38 | 27.388 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =39 | 27.392 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==39 | 27.395 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | HIGH GAP =39 | 27.398 USB
FREEBAND | DROP GAP =40 | 27.402 LSB
NORMAL CB| CHANNEL ==40 | 27.405 AM/LSB/USB
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
========= THE UPPERS==== ======= ====== === HIGH BAND E ======
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
CHAN TYPE| CHANNEL NAME | FREQ. | MODE | COMMON CHANNEL USAGE
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
FREEBAND | ==== 41 ZERO | 27.410 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==41 | 27.415 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN 1
FREEBAND | ==== 42 ZERO | 27.420 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==42 | 27.425 USB E2 *SURVIVALIST HI 425*
FREEBAND | ==== 43 ZERO | 27.430 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==43 | 27.435 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=3
FREEBAND | ==== 44 ZERO | 27.440 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==44 | 27.445 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=3A
FREEBAND | ==== 45 ZERO | 27.450 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==45 | 27.455 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=4
FREEBAND | ==== 46 ZERO | 27.460 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==46 | 27.465 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=5
FREEBAND | ==== 47 ZERO | 27.470 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==47 | 27.475 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=6
FREEBAND | ==== 48 ZERO | 27.480 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==48 | 27.485 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=7
FREEBAND | ==== 49 ZERO | 27.490 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==49 | 27.495 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=7A
FREEBAND | ==== 50 ZERO | 27.500 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==50 | 27.505 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=8
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
========= THE UPPERS==== ======= ====== ======================
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
CHAN TYPE| CHANNEL NAME | FREQ. | MODE | COMMON CHANNEL USAGE
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
FREEBAND | ==== 51 ZERO | 27.510 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==51 | 27.515 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=9
FREEBAND | ==== 52 ZERO | 27.520 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==51 | 27.515 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=10
FREEBAND | ==== 53 ZERO | 27.530 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==53 | 27.535 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=11
FREEBAND | ==== 54 ZERO | 27.540 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==54 | 27.545 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=11A
FREEBAND | ==== 55 ZERO | 27.550 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==55 | 27.555 LSB/USB E12 FREEBAND CALLING
FREEBAND | ==== 56 ZERO | 27.560 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==56 | 27.565 LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=13
FREEBAND | ==== 57 ZERO | 27.570 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==57 | 27.575 LSB/USB E14 =NOT RECOMMENDED
FREEBAND | ==== 58 ZERO | 27.580 LSB/USB =====NOT RECOMMENDED!
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==58 | 27.585 LSB/USB E15 =NOT RECOMMENDED!
FREEBAND | ==== 59 ZERO | 27.590 LSB/USB =====NOT RECOMMENDED!
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==59 | 27.595 LSB/USB E15A NOT RECOMMENDED
FREEBAND | ==== 60 ZERO | 27.600 LSB/USB
FREEBAND | CHANNEL ==60 | 27.605 AM/LSB/USB BAND=E CHAN=16
FREEBAND | ABOVE CH==61 | 27.610 TO 27.999 E17 NOT RECOMMENDED
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================
========= THE 10 METER HAM BAND= ====== ====== ===============
HAM BAND AMATEUR 10 METER 28.000 TO 29.700 BAND F/G DO=NOT=USE
HAM BAND | 28.305 = USB | 28.305 USB*HAM PREPPER TECH SSB*
========= ============== ======= ====== ======================

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Re: travellers radio frequencies
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2014, 12:57:52 PM »
WOW that is a lot of information. We need to put together something for "communicational challenged" such as myself.  :)
It may never happen. Best to be prepared just in case.

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