The resource is currently on in just one category. Main category is Band Plans that is about Amateur radio frequency allocations, band plans. This link has been on our site since Friday Feb 10 2006, and it has been clicked on 53015 times. So far it received 156 votes for a total score of 7.16/10

Featured Article

This link has been featured in the following Articles:
  • Ham Radio Frequencies
    Amateur radio enthusiasts utilize specific frequency bands allocated globally for communication. From Low Frequency (LF) to Very-High Frequencies (VHF), each band has distinct characteristics and propagation conditions. Frequency allocations vary by country and ITU region. Understanding band usage and regulations is crucial for effective communication among ham radio operators worldwide.

Discover more websites like this one in these categories:

Rate this resource
it received 156 votes for a total score of 7.16/10

The scale is 1 - 10, with 1 being poor and 10 being excellent.

Webmaster, add a Remote rating

Report this link

If you find this link broken, not working or inappropriate, please Report this link to us.

Related links

Explore these additional resources we've chosen for you from the same category, as we believe they might also capture your interest.

Visit this link

Amateur Radio Band Plan Layout

Amateur Radio Band Plan Layout

Share this resource

Share this link with your friends, publish within popular social networks or send it via email.
or copy this link


About Us

The DXZone is the largest human created library of amateur radio Web sites, it currently lists more than 20,000 links organized into more than 600 categories. Since 1998, a group of radio amateurs has been reviewing new sites for listing every day and evaluating the best place to list them. The DXZone is one of the longest-running amateur radio sites still active on the Web.


Do you still call CQ?

Posted by on Friday 7 June 2024