What is 12m band?
12 meters – 24.89–24.99 MHz – Mostly useful during daytime, but opens up for DX activity at night during solar maximum. 12 meters is one of the WARC bands.
What frequencies are in the 12 meter band?
The World Administrative Radio Conference (WARC) bands are three portions of the shortwave radio spectrum used by licensed and/or certified amateur radio operators. They consist of 30 meters (10.100–10.150 MHz), 17 meters (18.068–18.168 MHz) and 12 meters (24.890–24.990 MHz).
What is the 10 meter calling frequency?
The 10-meter band is a portion of the shortwave radio spectrum internationally allocated to amateur radio and amateur satellite use on a primary basis. The band consists of frequencies stretching from 28.000 to 29.700 MHz.
What HF frequency can a technician use?
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|Band||Frequencies (In MHz)||Modes You Can Use|
|15 meters||21.025 – 21.200||CW|
What is ham simplex?
Simplex – In the amateur radio context, simplex operation means the radio stations are communicating with each other directly, on the same frequency. Both stations take turns transmitting and receiving on the same frequency with no repeater or other device in between.
Is 10m upper or lower sideband?
Upper sideband is the preferred mode on all amateur radio frequencies authorized for sideband transmissions, including 10 meters.
How far will a 10 meter radio reach?
Go here for in depth propagation information. Ground Wave (How far can I transmit?) Ten meter ground wave (direct) propagation is much more predictable than “sky wave”. Local contacts up to 40 or 50 miles or more can be expected 24 hours a day and is very useful for local communication.
What band is 144mhz?
The 2-meter amateur radio band is a portion of the VHF radio spectrum that comprises frequencies stretching from 144 MHz to 148 MHz in International Telecommunication Union region (ITU) Regions 2 (North and South America plus Hawaii) and 3 (Asia and Oceania) and from 144 MHz to 146 MHz in ITU Region 1 (Europe, Africa.
Do aircraft still use HF radio?
Traditional aircraft communications are based on analog voice on either a Very High Frequency (VHF) or High Frequency (HF) radio waves. This is currently and will be for the foreseeable future the primary means for pilots to communicate withdifferent entities of the Air Traffic Control (ATC) system.