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US Amateur Radio Bands
US AMATEUR POWER LIMITS
FCC 97.313 An amateur station must use the minimum transmitter power necessary to carry out the
desired communications. No station may transmit > 1.5 kW PEP.

160 Meters (1.8 MHz)

Avoid interference to radiolocation operations from 1.9 to 2.0 MHz

®

Effective Date
March 5, 2012

30 Meters (10.1 MHz)

Avoid interference to fixed services outside the US.

www.arrl.org
225 Main Street, Newington, CT USA 06111-1494

6 Meters (50 MHz)

50.1

Note:

CW operation is permitted throughout all
amateur bands.

200 Watts PEP
1.9

1.8

3.5

2.0

80 Meters (3.5 MHz)

3.6

4.0

3.7

MHz

MHz

14.000

14.150

(100 W )
5330.5 5346.5 5357.0 5371.5

5403.5 kHz

Five channels on a secondary basis with max 100 W ERP
PEP. Permitted voice (USB), CW, RTTY, PSK31 and other
digital modes allowed by FCC Order 2011-11-18. USB is
limited to 2.8 kHz centered on 5332, 5348, 5358.5, 5373 and
5405 kHz. CW and digital emissions must be centered 1.5
kHz above the channel frequencies indicated above.

40 Meters (7 MHz)
7.125

18.110

18.068

2.8 kHz

21.000

15 Meters (21 MHz)
21.200

144.1

2 Meters (144 MHz)

144.0

148.0 MHz

18.168 MHz

222.0

225.0 MHz

21.200

420.0

33 cm (902 MHz) *

7.300 MHz
24.890
(200 W )

7.125

Phone and Image modes permitted between 7.075 and 7.100
MHz in ITU Regions 1 and 3, and in ITU Region 2 West of
130° West longitude or South of 20° North latitude.

24.930

10 Meters (28 MHz)

28.000 28.300

24.990 MHz

902.0
1240

928.0 MHz

23 cm (1240 MHz) *

1300 MHz

ARRL Headquarters:
860-594-0200 (Fax 860-594-0259)
email: hq@arrl.org
All licensees except Novices are
authorized all modes on the following
frequencies:
134-141 GHz
2300-2310 MHz
2390-2450 MHz
47.0-47.2 GHz
76.0-81.0 GHz
3300-3500 MHz
122.25-123.0 GHz
5650-5925 MHz
241-250 GHz
10.0-10.5 GHz *
24.0-24.25 GHz All above 275 GHz
Copyright © ARRL 2012

29.700 MHz
(200 W )

= USB phone, CW, RTTY,
and data
= Fixed digital message
forwarding systems only

450.0 MHz

Geographical and power restrictions may apply to all bands
above 420 MHz. See The ARRL Operating Manual for
information about your area.

12 Meters (24 MHz)

= phone and image
= SSB phone

70 cm (420 MHz) *
21.450 MHz

= RTTY and data
= CW only

1.25 Meters (222 MHz)
219.0 220.0

MCW is authorized above 50.1 MHz,
except for 144.0-144.1 and 219-220 MHz.
Test transmissions are authorized above
51 MHz, except for 219-220 MHz

14.350 MHz

(200 W )
21.025

54.0 MHz

50.0

17 Meters (18 MHz)
60 Meters (5.3 MHz)

7.025

20 Meters (14 MHz)

E

3.525

7.000

10.150 MHz

10.100

KEY

* No pulse emissions

rev. 4/12/2012

Simplified version for AE privileges
by Daniele P. Scarpazza N2DPS
scarpaz@scarpaz.com


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