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220 MHz
RAC

The present plan was approved October 1997
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220 - 222 MHz agreement - Frequently Asked Questions
Canada / US 220-220MHz cross border agreement
Full text of the 220 to 222 MHz Agreement

220-225 MHz
Available Spectrum 5 MHz
Amateur Primary Exclusive 222-225 MHz (1)
Cross-border sharing with the US Land Mobile 220-222 MHz (2)
220.00 - 221.00 HIGH DATA RATE DIGITAL (>=4800 B)**
MAX BW 100 kHz, raster starting at 220.15.
220.55 - 220.95 DUPLEXED TO 430.05 430.45 MHz (4)
221.01 - 221.09 PACKET (<=24OO B), 20 kHz CHANNELING
221.10 - 221.95 DIGITAL
222.00 - 222.30 CW, SSB
222.00 - 222.05 EME Exclusive
222.05 - 222.10 CW
222.1 National CW Calling Frequency
222.10 - 222.275 SSB
222.2 National SSB Calling Frequency
222.275 - 222.30 Propagation Beacons
222.31 - 223.37 Repeater Inputs (3)
223.390 - 223.490 High Speed Data
(Local option cross band duplexed to 430 MHz, or 1300 MHz.)
223.490 - 223.590 FM Voice Simplex
223.59 - 223.89 DATA
223.592 - 223.69 High Speed Data
Local Option 1 100 kHz channel, or
three 30 kHz Channels, 223.605, 223.635, 223.665
223.685 - 223.805 Narrow Band Packet
4 channels, Max BW of 30 kHz each
centered at 223.7, 223.73, 223.76, 223.79
223.790 - 223.890 High Speed Data
local option as 223.39 - 223.49
223.91 - 225 Repeater Outputs (3)

Notes:

1. RAC is proposing Secondary Status 219 - 220 MHz.

2. Land Mobile is seeking access to 220-222 MHz

3. Table of repeater pairs

4. Links must be designed to limit emissions into the U.S. on a voluntary basis.