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HamSphere Band Plan

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Version: 14 Jan 2011

160 Meters (1.8-1.9 MHz):
1.801 - 1.805 Beacons
1.801 – 1.830 CW
1.801 – 1.895 PHONE


80 Meters (3.7-3.8 MHz):
3.701 – 3.705 Beacons
3.701 – 3.730 CW
3.701 – 3.795 PHONE


48 Meters (6.2-6.3 MHz):
6.201 – 6.205 Beacons
6.205 – 6.295 PHONE
6.205 – 6.295 BC


40 Meters (7.0-7.1 MHz):
7.001 – 7.005 Beacons
7.010 – 7.020 Utility
7.001 – 7.030 CW
7.001 – 7.095 PHONE


30 Meters (10.1-10.2 MHz):
10.101-10.105 Beacons
10.101-10.195 RTTY
10.101-10.195 PSK
10.101-10.195 SSTV
10.101-10.195 CW


20 Meters (14.2-14.3 MHz):
14.201 – 14.205 Beacons
14.201 – 14.295 PHONE


17 Meters (18.1-18.2 MHz):
18.101-18.105 Beacons
18.101-18.195 PHONE


15 Meters (21.3-21.4 MHz):
21.301-21.305 Beacons
21.301-21.395 PHONE


11 Meters (27.50-27.60 MHz):
27.501-27.505 Beacons
27.555 Calling frequency
27.501-27.595 PHONE


10 Meters (28.4-28.5 MHz):
28.401-28.405 Beacons
28.410-28.420 Bulletins
28.401-28.495 PHONE


6 Meters (50.1-50.2 MHz):
50.101-50.105 beacons
50.101-50.195 PHONE


Note! Please be adviced that operation from 90 kHz offset and up (such as 50.190) might produce distorted audio. Due to the Sphere sampling frequency of 192 kHz the following frequency offsets should be avoided:

90-96 kHz (Some audio sampling artifacts)
96 kHz (Dead lock = Sample rate / 2, will not produce any audio)
96-100 kHz (Out of band operation, audio will be distorted by bit quantization noise)
0-1 kHz (Near Local Oscillator Deadlock. Out of band operation, audio will be distorted by bit quantization noise)

Tuning HamSphere outside the specs is not prohibited, but please observe the audio limitations.                       

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Article ID: 42
Category: Making QSO's
Date added: 2012-02-07 13:10:28
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