You and your buddies decide to find an out of the way frequency to hang out on. After tuning around, you find a nice, quiet frequency that no one seems to using and start operating there. Nothing to worry about, right? Not so fast, there are a few more things to consider when selecting a frequency on the 2m band. The first thing we need to know are the frequencies that the FCC has authorized for our particular license class.
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There are many different frequencies to choose from, so how do you find an appropriate frequency to use? For the HF bands, the frequency privileges depend greatly on the license class of the operator. Above 50 MHz, the frequency allocations are the same for Technician licenses and higher. The FCC has restricted
Frequencies available for Ham simplex - Digital and Analog
In the UK the MHz band between Schedule-2 of the Ofcom licence conditions includes a restriction on unattended use near Scarborough. The philosophy behind band planning is that it assigns frequencies for certain activities in such a way that all current users can practice the various modes of amateur radio with a minimum of mutual interference. The allocation of sub-bands enables the indicated category of users to employ any frequency within that sub-band provided that no appreciable energy falls outside that sub-band.
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