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Handy operator quide to the various modes of operation and where they are found on each band. Designed to be kept on the bench while operating.

HF Bands: RTTY, PSK-31, Rare DX, Dxpeditions, CW & SSB calling frequencies, QRP calling frequencies, Propagation Beacons and more.

VHF/ UHF Bands: RTTY, Digital, Packet, Weak Signal, EME Moon Bounce, CW, SSB & FM calling frequencies, Simplex, Repeater and Satellite Sub-bands, Propagation Beacons and ATV.

Combines a Band Plan with useful operating information
Simplifies navigation of the ham bands
Locates popular operating modes
6 laminated pages, Spiral bound
Packed with useful information
Very durable, clear and easy to read
Ideal for Mobile & Portable Operations
Great 'Go-Bag' item
Up to date with the March 2012 60-meter Band Plan changes

A Band Plan that's designed to be used while operating!

HF Band section covers: 160, 80, 60, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters
Complete information on the new 60-meter band plan changes
A detailed Band Plan guide, ideal for all amateur class licensees
Integrates FCC regulations with Considerate Operator information
Now including HF band changes mandated by recent FCC Changes
Highlights popular frequencies for DX, Dxpeditions, RTTY, SSTV, PSK-31, & more
Lists agreed upon calling frequencies for various modes on all bands
VHF / UHF section Covers: 50, 144, 220 and 440 MHz amateur bands
Identifies weak signal and repeater sub-bands
Lists agreed upon calling frequencies for various modes on all bands
Lists agreed upon FM Simplex frequencies for VHF and UHF bands
Shows standard Repeater offset/split frequencies and Duplex direction
Ideal for programming / setting transceiver scanning band edges

Includes other useful operating information

Up to date with the March 2012 60-meter band Operating Modes and Rules
A quick look-up chart for commonly used Q codes
Simplified chart for giving RST signal reports
Web page references, useful resources for amateur operations
Handy 'local time' to UTC conversion chart, for properly logging QSO's

High Quality & Durable

Compact, the size of a highway map -- Six 4.5 x 8 inch pages
Spiral Bound, folds flat for greater convenience
Easy to keep with you while operating mobile or portable
Laminated for improved Durability & Water Resistance
Color Keyed, High quality printing
Never again be without a ready Band Plan Operating Reference

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