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2 Metres
RAC

(Approved September 23rd 1995)

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144-148 MHz
Amateur Primary Exclusive
144.000 - 144.100 MOONBOUNCE AND TERRESTRIAL CW
144.100 CW CALLING FREQUENCY
144.100 - 144.200 CW/SSB WEAK SIGNAL
144.200 - 144.275   AM NARROW BAND MODES EXCLUSIVE SSB (ACSSB, SSB, CW, TY )
other modes with bandwidth less than 3 kHz -
FAX, SSTV, RTCALLING FREQUENCY (1)
144.275 - 144.300 PROPAGATION BEACON NETWORK EXCLUSIVE
144.300 - 144.500 DIGITAL (2)
144.340 NATIONAL ATV COORDINATION FREQUENCY (1)
144.390 NATIONAL APRS FREQUENCY (9)
144.500 - 144.600 REPEATER INPUTS PRIMARY, LINEAR TRANSLATOR INPUTS SECONDARY(10)
144.600 - 144.900 REPEATER INPUTS(10)
144.900 - 145.100 DIGITAL (3)
145.100 - 145.200 REPEATER OUTPUTS PRIMARY, LINEAR TRANSLATOR OUTPUTS SECONDARY (10)
145.200 - 145.500 REPEATER OUTPUTS(10)
145.500 - 145.590 SAREX/ARISS LINKS
145.590 - 145.790 DIGITAL (4)
145.800 - 146.000 EXCLUSIVE AMATEUR SATELLITE SERVICE, ARISS
146.010 - 146.370 REPEATER INPUTS(10)
146.400 - 146.580 FM SIMPLEX (5)(6)
146.520 NATIONAL FM CALLING FREQUENCY (1)
146.610 - 147.390 REPEATER OUTPUTS (10)
147.420 - 147.570 FM SIMPLEX (30 kHz raster)(7)
147.435 - 147.585 DIGITAL (30 kHz raster)(8)
147.600 - 147.990 REPEATER INPUTS (10)

Footnotes:

(1) Once communications are established QSY off the frequency.

(2) Seven (7) frequencies on a 20 kHz channel raster 144.37, 144.39, 144.41, 144.43, 144.45, 144.47, 144.49. Occupancy to occur ONLY when available Digital frequencies within the sub bands 144.9 - 145.1 MHz and 145.59 - 145.79 MHz are exhausted. Consult with your local digital coordination body regarding maximum ERP, Bandwidth and coverage area within this sub band. Operation may occur on 144.31 MHz provided operating bandwidth, ERP do NOT cause harmful interference within the propagation beacon network sub band.

(3) Ten (10) frequencies on a 20 kHz channel raster. 144.91, 144.93, 144.95, 144.97, 144.99, 145.01, 145.03, 145.05, 145.07, 145.09. Consult with your local coordination body.

(4) Eleven (11) frequencies on a 20 kHz channel raster 145.59, 145.61, 145.63, 145.65, 145.67, 145.69, 145.71, 145.73, 145.75, 145.77, 145.79 MHz. Consult with your local coordination body.

(5) The frequencies 146.40, 146.43, 146.46 MHz continue to be used as repeater inputs in some areas. Consult with your local coordination body.

(6) Thirteen (13) Channels on a 15 kHz channel raster 146.415, 146.430, 146.445, 146.460, 146.475, 146.490, 146.505, 146.520, 146.535, 146.550, 146.565, 146.580, 146.595 MHz.

(7) Six (6) Channels on a 30 kHz channel raster, 147.420, 147.450, 147.480, 147.510, 147.540, 147.570 MHz.

(8) Six (6) Channels on a 30 kHz channel raster 147.435, 147.465, 147.495, 147.525, 147.555, 147.585 MHz. Consult your local coordination body for available frequencies, ERP and bandwidth.

(9) Consult with your local coordination body.

(10) Repeaters may include FM, ACSSB or digital modes of modulation. Consult with your local coordination body for frequency and modulation scheme allocations.