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ON3LX: Salut Stef ok prend ON8DX avec on fera connaissance :)

ON8DX: Bonjour, je serai présent le VENDREDI 13 JANVIER à la Réunion de section avec les cartes QSL pour les membres.

ON3LX: Bonjour a tous réunion de section LUS le 12-02-2016

on5ro: Bon boulot phil

ON3LX: Salut Stephane ça va ?

ON3LX: Salut Jean, ok pour l'ftm400 et hri200, ici c'est philippe ON3LA qui a installé et cela fonctionne très bien.

ON2PL: Bonjour Jean Pierre, magnifique le site et les infos. je viens d'acheter 1 ftm-400 et hri-200 pas évident pour moi , enfin le temps de connaitre la machine.heureux de te lire j'espère que la santé va bien pour toute la famille. 73 jean

ON3LX: Bonjour Jean, comment va ?

ON3LX: Bonne et heureuse 2015 a toutes et a tous

on4fab: Bonne et heureuse année à tous

on5ro: Je vous souhaite a tous amis radioamateursss une excellente année 2015

on4fab: Hello, membre kayla56 a suprimer je penses, voir son siteweb ....

on5ro: Salut a tous , je remercie Sandrine et Thierry pour l'énorme boulot réalisé au souper . a quand le prochain par saint godin ...

ON3LA: Bonjour Francis,
Je n'ai pas eu de mail ou autre de ta demande si non je l'aurai fais.
Bonne journée 73

ON3LX: Ok Francis pas de soucis mais tu es encore uba jusqu'au 31-12-2014

ONL12016: Les cours pratiques utilisation de radio émetteur/récepteur seront pour bientôt ?
Pour diffuser le message si des personnes sont intéressées.
73's

ON3LX: Lol tu vas être seul

ON3LX: 12/10/2014 06:00 12/10/2014 09:00 ON Contest - 80m (**) CW

on5ro: Salut a tous , très bon contest et bonne ambiance ce dimanche au on contest 80m chez alphonse !! a quand le prochain contest ?

ON3LX: Http://status.ircddb.net/qam.php?call=ON0lus

on5ro: Pffffffffffffffffffffff

ON3LX: Bonjour a tous

ON3LX: Bonne journée a tous et bon weekend devant le tx :)

ON3LX: Bonjour a tous

on5ro: Une excellente année a vous membres on7lu


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HF Band Planning IARU
 
FREQUENCY (kHz) MAX BANDWIDTH (Hz) PREFERRED MODE AND USAGE
135.7 – 137.8 200 CW, QRSS and narrow band digital modes


RR 5.67A Stations in the amateur service using frequencies in the band 135.7-137.8 kHz shall not exceed a maximum radiated power of 1 W (e.i.r.p.) and shall not cause harmful interference to stations of the radionavigation service operating in countries listed in No. 5.67. (WRC-07) (Cavtat 2008)
RR 5.67B The use of the band 135.7-137.8 kHz in Algeria, Egypt, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Iraq, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Sudan and Tunisia is limited to the fixed and maritime mobile services. The amateur service shall not be used in the above-mentioned countries in the band 135.7-137.8 kHz, and this should be taken into account by the countries authorising such use. (WRC-07)(Cavtat 2008)

 
1810 - 1838 200 CW, 1836 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
1838 - 1840 500 Narrow band modes
1840 - 1843 2700 All modes – digimodes, (*)
1843 - 2000 2700 All modes, (*)


Radio Amateurs in countries that have a SSB allocation ONLY below 1840 kHz, may continue to use it, but the National Societies in those countries are requested totake all necessary steps with their licence administrations to adjust the phone allocations in accordance with the Region 1 Bandplan. (Davos 2005)

 
3500 - 3510 200 CW, priority for intercontinental operation
3510 - 3560 200 CW, contest preferred, 3555 kHz - QRS Centre of Activity
3560 - 3580 200 CW, 3560 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
3580 - 3590 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
3590 - 3600 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
3600 - 3620 2700 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data station (unattended), (*)
3600 - 3650 2700 All modes, 3630 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity, SSB contest preferred, (*)
3650 - 3700 2700 All modes, 3690 kHz - SSB QRP Centre of Activity
3700 - 3800 2700 All modes, SSB contest preferred
3735 kHz - Image Centre of Activity
3760 kHz - Region 1 Emergency Centre of Activity
3775 - 3800 2700 All modes, priority for intercontinental operation


Intercontinental operations should be given priority in the segments 3500-3510 kHz and 3775-3800 kHz.
Where no DX traffic is involved, the contest segments should not include 3500-3510 kHz or 3775-3800 kHz. Member societies will be permitted to set other (lower) limits for national contests (within these limits).
3510-3600 kHz may be used for unmanned ARDF beacons (CW ) (Davos 2005)
Member societies should approach their national telecommunication authorities and ask them not to allocate frequencies to other than amateur stations in the band segment that IARU has assigned to intercontinental long distance traffic.

 
7000 - 7025 200 CW, contest preferred
7025 - 7040 200 CW, 7030 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
7040 - 7047 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
7047 - 7050 500 Narrow band modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
7050 - 7053 2700 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended) (*)
7053 - 7060 2700 All modes - digimodes
7060 - 7100 2700 All modes, SSB contest preferred
7070 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity
7090 kHz - SSB QRP Centre of Activity
7100 - 7130 2700 All modes, 7110 kHz – Region 1 Emergency Centre of Activity
7130 - 7200 2700 All modes, SSB contest preferred, 7165 kHz - Image Centre of Activity
7175 - 7200 2700 All modes, priority for intercontinental operation
 
10100 - 10140 200 CW, 10116 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
10140 - 10150 500 Narrow band modes – digimodes


SSB may be used during emergencies involving the immediate safety of life and property and only by stations actually involved in the handling of emergency traffic.
The band segment 10120 kHz to 10140 kHz may be used for SSB transmissions in the area of Africa south of the equator during local daylight hours.
News bulletins on any mode should not be transmitted on the 10 MHz band.

 
14000 - 14060 200 CW, contest preferred, 14055 kHz - QRS Centre of Activity
14060 - 14070 200 CW, 14060 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
14070 - 14089 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
14089 - 14099 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
14099 - 14101 IBP, exclusively for beacons
14101 - 14112 2700 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
14112 - 14125 2700 All modes
14125 - 14300 2700 All modes, SSB contest preferred,
14130 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity
14195 kHz ± 5 kHz - Priority for Dxpeditions
14230 kHz - Image Centre of Activity
14285 kHz - SSB QRP Centre of Activity
14300 - 14350 2700 All modes, 14300 kHz - Global Emergency centre of activity
 
18068 - 18095 200 CW, 18086 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
18095 - 18105 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
18105 - 18109 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
18109 - 18111 IBP, exclusively for beacons
18111 - 18120 2700 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
18120 - 18168 2700 All modes,
18130 kHz - SSB QRP Centre of Activity
18150 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity
18160 kHz - Global Emergency Centre of Activity
 
21000 - 21070 200 CW, 21055 kHz - QRS Centre of Activity
21060 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
21070 - 21090 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
21090 - 21110 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
21110 - 21120 2700 All modes (excluding SSB) - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
21120 - 21149 500 Narrow band modes
21149 - 21151 IBP, exclusively for beacons
21151 - 21450 2700 All modes, 21180 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity
21285 kHz - SSB QRP Centre of Activity
21340 kHz - Image Centre of Activity
21360 kHz - Global Emergency Centre of Activity
 
24890 - 24915 200 CW, 24906 kHz - QRP centre of activity
24915 - 24925 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
24925 - 24929 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
24929 - 24931 IBP, exclusively for beacons
24931 - 24940 2700 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
24940 - 24990 2700 All modes, 24960 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity
 
28000 - 28070 200 CW, 28055 kHz - QRS Centre of Activity
28060 kHz - QRP Centre of Activity
28070 - 28120 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes
28120 - 28150 500 Narrow band modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
28150 - 28190 500 Narrow band modes
28190 - 28199 IBP, regional time shared beacons
28199 - 28201 IBP, worldwide time shared beacons
28201 - 28225 IBP, continuous duty beacons
28225 - 28300 2700 All modes - beacons
28300 -28320 2700 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
28320 - 29200 2700 All modes,
28330 kHz - Digital Voice Centre of Activity
28360 kHz - SSB QRP Centre of Activity
28680 kHz - Image Centre of Activity
29200 - 29300 6000 All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)
29300 - 29510 6000 Satellite-downlink
29510 – 29520 Guard channe
29520 – 29550 6000 All modes - FM simplex – 10 kHz channels
29560 – 29590 6000 All modes - FM repeater input (RH1 – RH4)
29600 6000 All modes - FM calling channel
29610 – 29650 6000 All modes - FM simplex – 10 kHz channels
29660 - 29700 6000 All modes - FM repeater outputs (RH1 – RH4)


Member societies should advise operators not to transmit on frequencies between 29.3 and 29.51 MHz to
avoid interference to amateur satellite downlinks.
Preferred NBFM operating frequencies on each 10 kHz from 29.210 to 29.290 MHz inclusive should be used.
A deviation of ±2.5 kHz being used with 2.5 kHz as maximum modulation frequency.

DEFINITIONS
All modes CW, SSB and those modes listed as Centres of Activity, plus AM (Consideration should be given to adjacent channel users).
Image modes Any analogue or digital image modes within the appropriate bandwidth, for example SSTV and FAX.
Narrow band modes All modes using up to 500 Hz bandwidth, including CW, RTTY, PSK etc.
Digimodes Any digital mode used within the appropriate bandwidth, for example RTTY, PSK, MT63 etc.

(*) Lowest dial setting for LSB Voice mode: 1843, 3603 and 7053 kHz

NOTES
Amplitude modulation (AM) may be used in the telephony sub-bands providing consideration is given to adjacent channel users. (NRRL Davos 05).
CW QSOs are accepted across all bands, except within beacon segments. (Recommendation DV05_C4_Rec_13)
Contest activity shall not take place on the 10, 18 and 24 MHz bands.
Non-contesting radio amateurs are recommended to use the contest-free HF bands (30, 17 and 12m) during the
largest international contests. (DV05_C4_Rev_07)
The term “automatically controlled data stations” includes Store and Forward stations.
The frequencies in the bandplan are understood as “transmitted frequencies” (not those of the suppressed carrier!)
Unmanned transmitting stations:
IARU member societies are requested to limit this activity on the HF bands. It is recommended that any unmanned transmitting stations on HF shall only be activated under operator control except for beacons agreed with the IARU Region 1 beacon coordinator, or specially licensed experimental stations.
Sideband Usage Below 10MHz use lower sideband (LSB), above 10 MHz use upper sideband (USB)

 
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