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Re: [CQ-Contest] Band Plan for All Countries?

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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Band Plan for All Countries?
From: "K3FT" <k3ft@starpower.net>
Reply-to: K3FT <k3ft@starpower.net>
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 10:33:28 -0500
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While all the commentary about whether or not knowing things is good or bad
MAY be useful for discussion, the guy DID as for some data. Seems it would
be a help to give him some. So, here's what I found.  All these groups have
websites and they have bandplans on them which you can printout.

Japanese Amateur Radio League - JARL  (JA)
Wireless Institute of Australia - WIA (VK)
ARRL (just to give a full record) (US)
Radio Society of Great Britain - RSGB  (G)
Radio Amateurs of Canada - RAC (VE)
International Amateur Radio Union - IARU for Regions 1, 2, and 3

For overall frequency allocations - see ITU

Hope that helps you Tony.

I have used these band plans (esp for JA) and found it helped me increase
the number of JA's I was able to work in the contests - esp the 'newly
licensed JA's' who are just starting out.


Chuck K3FT

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