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135 KHz 1.8 MHz INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR RADIO UNION REGION 3 B A N D P L A N CW Phone Operation 1.840 1.8 2.0 1.830 1.834 RTTY DX CW / NB 137.8 KHz 135.7 KHz Secondary Revised: 8 November 2012 479 kHz 472 kHz Secondary CW & NB
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-2- IARU Region 3 Bandplan 3.5 MHz Note : Where the total band available nationally is 100 kHz or less, phone operation may commence at 3.525 MHz. Emergency CoA frequency 3.600 MHz ( All Modes ± 5 KHz ) 7 MHz Co primary Note : Emergency CoA frequency 7.110 MHz ( All Modes ± 5 KHz ) 10 MHz CW Phone Operation 3.535 3.5 3.9 3.510 3.775 CW DX 3.800 Phone DX 3.600 CoA CW Phone Operation 7.3 7.030 7.025 NB 7.040 Secondary 7.0 7.1 NB CW 10.157.3 NB Secondary 10.10 10.14 7.110 CoA 7.2
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-3- IARU Region 3 Bandplan 14 MHz Note: Considering the dramatic increase in data mode usage on the 20 meter band, it is recommended that the sub-band for these classes of signals be 14.070 MHz to 14.112 MHz (with +/- 500 Hz at 14.100 MHz for beacons), and within that data sub-band the current practices of traditional data modes may continue up to 14.095 MHz with 14.095 to 14.112 MHz being reserved for other data modes including Packet.
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