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Quick reference chart for noobs

Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by KD2GOE, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. KD2GOE

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    i was working on this Quick reference chart when i am on the road or who ever wants it.
    Just want to see if i made some errors or if there is any thing i need to or should add.?



    https://1drv.ms/w/s!AvkLxdOi02yBmVFWrn3hyfsFm93Z


     
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  2. jon666

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    thank you. i'm not a noob. but it could be useful to some of my friends
     
  3. DainBramage

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    couple of things jumped out,... might be more.



    6 Meters: (50.000 - 54.000MHz)

    50.000 - 50.100 MHz CW Only

    50.100 - 50.300 MHz SSB (50.125 SSB Calling)

    50.300 - 50.600 MHz All modes



    50.1 to 50.3 is not SSB only,..... (yeah, even the ARRL has it wrong on their site too)

    50.100 - 50.125 DX window



    60 Meters: Five Specific Channels,

    100 watts PEP.

    ch 1 - 5.330.50 MHz (USB phone) & CW/RTTY/data

    ch 2 - 5.346.50 MHz (USB phone) & CW/RTTY/data

    ch 3 - 5.357.00 MHz (USB phone) & CW/RTTY/data

    ch 4 - 5.371.50 MHz (USB phone) & CW/RTTY/data

    ch 5 - 5.403.50 MHz (USB phone) & CW/RTTY/data


    thats 100 watts ERP.
     
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  4. Riverman71

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    Very Nice, KD.
    Just saved me a lot of time.
    Thanks!
     
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  5. Hurricane145

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    Maybe add what the privileges are on each band for the different license classes.
    Not a big thing but the code characters have spacing problems the way they are represented. I am sure it is just the way they come out with what you use to type them but they look funny that way.
    There are all kinds of things you can add to it. It just depends on what you want in the end.
     
  6. Paul-W5lz

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    Something to keep in mind with any 'band plan' is that it's only a -suggestion-, it isn't 'written in stone' by any means. If you want to know what you can/can't do read that Part-97, it tells you all of it.
    I've seen some real 'bloopers' in the ARRL's plans...
    Paul
     

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