Canada UHF 432 MHz (70 CM)

Available spectrum 20 MHz
Radiolocation primary
Amateur secondary
(432 - 438 Remote Sensing Satellite Radar also secondary)
430.025 - 431.500 DIGITAL MODES (1) (6) (7)
431.500 - 433.000 CW, SSB, MOONBOUNCE (Global Allocation), Amplitude Modulation narrow band modes.
432.000 Centre frequency for EME, globally coordinated frequency allocations exist above and below 432.0 MHz
432.100 - National  CW Calling Frequency (2)
432.200 - National  SSB Calling Frequency (2)
432.300 - 432.400 Propagation Beacon Network Exclusive (10)
432.400 - 433.000 Experimental Narrow bandwidth modes
433.000 - 434.800 DIGITAL MODES (1) (7)
434.800 - 434.900 Analog Repeater Links (4)
434.900 - 435.000 Guard Band

Talkgroup | Reflector List

Talkgroup | Reflector List


Brandmeister Talkgroup
https://brandmeister.network/?page=talkgroups

Brandmeister Talkgroup
https://canadafrequency.blogspot.ca/2017/01/brandmeister-talkgroup.html


DMR | Brandmeister TAC numbers
http://brandmeisternetwork.blogspot.ca/2016/04/dmr-brandmeister-tac-numbers.html

Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) EXPLAINED

Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) EXPLAINED

Despite the growth of the Internet, ham radio is still a popular hobby. How does it work, and how is it still relevant in the digital era?


432 MHz (70 CM) Page

432 MHz (70 CM) Page

(Approved at Niagara Falls September 23rd 1995)
Send comments to VHF/UHF Band Planning Committee, Dana Shtun, VE3DS

430-450 MHz
Available spectrum 20 MHz
Radiolocation primary
Amateur secondary
(432 - 438 Remote Sensing Satellite Radar also secondary)
430.025 - 431.500 DIGITAL MODES (1) (6) (7)
431.500 - 433.000 CW, SSB, MOONBOUNCE (Global Allocation), Amplitude Modulation narrow band modes.
432.000 Centre frequency for EME, globally coordinated frequency allocations exist above and below 432.0 MHz
432.100 - National  CW Calling Frequency (2)
432.200 - National  SSB Calling Frequency (2)

Frequency Bands Chart


Frequency Bands Chart

Information about the US Amateur Bands is available on the Frequency Allocations page as well as the frequency bands chart.

Printing the chart

RAC 0 – 30 MHz Band Plan

RAC 0 – 30 MHz Band Plan

Effective Date: December 1, 2015

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Brandmeister Talkgroup

Country    Talkgroup    Name  
Global    91    World-wide  
Global    92    Europe  
Global    93    North America  
Global    95    Australia, New Zeland  
Global    907    JOTA  
Global    910    German  
Global    913    English  
Global    914    Spanish  
Global    915    Portuguese  
Global    920    DL, OE, HB9  
Global    922    Dutch  
Global    923    European English  
Global    927    Nordic  
Global    937    Francophone  
Global    955    WWYL  
Global    9107    XRF007 B  
Global    9112    Emcom EU  

Japanese AmateurRadio band plans

All the Japanese AmateurRadio band plans Jan 5, 2015

bandplan  220, bandplan 144 mhz 2m, bandplan 432 mhz 70 cm, bandplan 50 mhz 6m, bandplan 900, bandplan, bandplan, RAC 0 – 30 MHz Band Plan

Japanese AmateurRadio band plans

Changes to the Japanese AmateurRadio band plans which came into effect in January 2015

 bandplan  220, bandplan 144 mhz 2m, bandplan 432 mhz 70 cm, bandplan 50 mhz 6m, bandplan 900, bandplan, bandplan, RAC 0 – 30 MHz Band Plan

Amateur Radio : Solar Cycle 25 and Beyond

Amateur Radio : Solar Cycle 25 and Beyond
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Amateur Radio : Solar Cycle 25 and Beyond