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Have you ever wondered where different modes should be operated, what frequencies to avoid as a courtesy (like SSTV), etc? This site will be the database for the following: 1) known net frequencies, 2) known segments for different modes, 3) known beacons

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Bandplan

FrequenciesSegment/Net nameModeCommentsWebsite
28000-28025DX WindowCWCW 
28000-28070CWCW  
28052RNARS Calling-FrequencyCWCW Ham Stations wishing to contact Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society pse use this freq. for CW contact on this band: not exclusiveNil
28052RNARS Calling-FrequencyCWCW Ham Stations wishing to contact Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society pse use this freq. for CW contact on this band: not exclusiveRNARS.org
28052RNARS Calling-FrequencyCWNon-RNARS callers welcome to joinRNARS.org
28056.5County Hunting NetCW http://ch.w6rk.com/
28058FISTSCW http://www.fists.org
28060QRPCWCW 
28063-28070Feld HellDigital http://feldhellclub.org/
28065CQ-QSOCWFrequency to do CQ-QSO Runshttp://cq-qso.com/
28067.5W1AWCW http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html
28070-28150RTTYDigital http://www.aa5au.com/rtty.html
28076OliviaDigitalDial Frequency USB. OLIVIA CALLING FREQUENCY - 500/16 Audio Center Frequency=750Hzhttp://hflink.com/olivia/
28076JT65ADigital+/- 1 khz on USB 
28076JT65DigitalUSB dial freq.http://groups.google.com/group/jt65-hf
28078-28079JT9Digital  
28095W1AWDigital http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html
28100-28110Feld HellDigital http://feldhellclub.org/
2810110-10 Intl CW Calling FrequencCW  
28110QRPDigital  
28117DominoEXDigitalfor for audio offset @ 1kHz: use USB and TRX displayed as 28116 kHz 
28118.8Propagation trackingDigitalPropNET is an ad-hoc 2-way RF-based digital communication network whose activity is reported on the Internet for the purpose of propagation tracking.http://www.propnet.org
28118.8Propnet PSK31DigitalPropnet Automatically Controlled Digital Stationhttp://propnet.org
28120-28125BPSK31Digital  
28120-28150AutomaticDigitalAutomated Digital Stations - Region 1 (500Hz Bandwidth)http://hflink.com/bandplans/
28120-28189AutomaticDigitalAutomated Digital Stationshttp://hflink.com/bandplans
28123-28126THORDigitalBEST OF THE DIGIMODES 
28124.6WSPRDigitalWeak Signal Propagation Reporter Networkwsprnet.org
28126-28126.2WSPRDigitalWhisper WSPR Weak Signal Propagtion Reporting - Low Power Levels used http://wsprnet.org/drupal/
28140-28142PacketCWAPRS at 28.140 USB dial (1700 Hz CF)http://homepage.ntlworld.com/j.brightman/net14frequ.htm
28146ALEOtherALE data, sounding. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidthhttp://hflink.com
28146-28149ALEDigital28146.0kHz USB Global ALE High Frequency Network (HFN) provides HF internet messaging connectivity, HF to SMS cellphone mobile texting, HF-to-HF text relay, selective calling, and interoperability 24/7/365http://hflink.com/hfn
28158FISTSCWNOVICEhttp://www.fists.org
28180Radio Scout FrequencyCW http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
28185ROSDigital28.185 and 28,295  
28200NCDXF BeaconsCW http://www.ncdxf.org/beacons.html
28200-28300BeaconsCW  
28225.5-28228.5ROSDigitalVFO Dial Frequency = 28225.5 kHz USB - ROS digital mode - weak signal 
28242CW BeaconCW24/7 Operationhttps://sites.google.com/site/bill8800/wd9cvp10mbeacon
28300-28320AutomaticOtherAutomated Stations - IARU Region 1 (2700Hz Bandwidth)http://hflink.com/bandplans/
28300-29300SSBSSB  
28327.5ALEOtherALE voice. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidthhttp://hflink.com
28327.5HFPACKSSB- USB - HF Portable Calling Frequency - Mobile- Portable - Base - Marine - Aerohttp://hfpack.com
28327.5SELCALLOtherUSB - Amateur SELCALL - UPPER SIDEBAND Dial Frequency - Selective Calling CCIR 493 - 1700Hz 100baud, for use with SSB Voicehttp://www.hflink.com/channels/
28337Ohio Rag Chew NetSSBWill get more active when cycle kicks up. 
28370CQ-QSOSSBFrequency to do CQ-QSO Runshttp://cq-qso.com/
28380NARL NetSSBWed nite 7:30PM EST 
28380Ten Ten NetSSBhttp://ten-ten.orghttp://ten-ten.org
28380Ten-Ten Net International netsSSB28800 is one of the two frequencies used for nets by 10-10 Net Internationalhttp://www.ten-ten.org/daily_nets.html
28385QRPSSB  
28385Kentucky Friday Night RagChewSSBKentucky Friday Night RagChew Every Friday Night At 8:00 PM Eastern Time. Everyone Welcome  
28390Radio Scout FrequencySSB http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
28400CallingSSBUSB calling 
28416AFSNSSBAmerican Foreign Service Net - Sundays @ 1600z until 1630z KF7E is Net Controlhttps://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/w3dos/info
28425Gold City Chapter of 10-10SSBNet @ 1700 UTC WednesdayGoldCityChapter.net
28450Orange County (NC) Monday nightSSBOrange County (NC) Monday night net@2000Lhttp://www.ncocra/org
28450EmergencyCWWICEN - Emergency communications support & training in Australia (VK)http://www.wicen.org.au/
28450EmergencySSBCORRECTION to Mode - sorry. WICEN - Emergency communications support & training in Australia (VK)http://www.wicen.org.au/
28460IOTASSB http://www.rsgbiota.org/
28470Bauxite Chapter 10-10 netSSBBauxite Chapter 10-10 net. All amateurs welcome. Sun & Mon 8:30 pm Central Timehttp://www.nwla.com/bauxite/
28485Atlantic Zone SSB NetSSBOrignates from Northeast Tennessee (Grid EM86)https://wb4ixu.wordpress.com/
28490Pacific Dx WindowSSBVery popular around the pacific 
28560IOTASSB http://www.rsgbiota.org/
28590W1AWSSB http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html
28665OMISSSSB omiss.net
28665OMISS 10m SSB NetSSBFri/Sat at 1730, also holidayswww.omiss.net
28677SSTV RepeaterOtherWB9KMW Repeater & Beaconwww.WB9KMW.com
28677SSTV BEACONOtherSSTV Beacon 
28680SSTVDigital  
28800Ten Ten NetSSBhttp://ten-ten.orghttp://ten-ten.org
2880010-10 Net InternationalSSB28800 is one of the two frequencies used for nets by 10-10 Net Internationalhttp://www.ten-ten.org/daily_nets.html
288856M DX NetCW6M DX Liaison Frequency 
28885QRPSSB  
29000AMAM10m AM Calling Frequencyhttp://www.amwindow.org/freq.htm
29000-29200AMAM  
29050Collins NetAMSunday PM once band returnscollinsradio.org
29200-29300AutomaticOtherAutomated Stations - IARU Region 1 (6kHz Bandwidth)http://hflink.com/bandplans/
29300FM SimplexFMJA FM Simplex Calling Frequency 
29300-29510Satellite downlinkOther  
295002nd FM SimplexFMWhen 29600 is busy - stations go here 
29520-29590RepeatersFMInputs 
29600FM SimplexFM  
29610-29700RepeatersFMOutputs 

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