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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
18068-18100CWCW  
18080Radio Scout FrequencyCW http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
18080CQ-QSOCWFrequency to do CQ-QSO Runshttp://cq-qso.com/
18081.5HFPACKCWHF Portable CW Calling Frequency - Pedestrian Mobile - Backpack Portable - Bike Mobile - HFpackhttp://hfpack.com
18085FISTSCW http://www.fists.org
18091.5County Hunting NetCW http://ch.w6rk.com/
18096QRPCW  
18097.5W1AWCW http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html
18098IOTACW http://www.rsgbiota.org/
18100-18105BPSK31Digital  
18100-18110RTTYDigital http://www.aa5au.com/rtty.html
18101-18107Feld HellDigital http://feldhellclub.org/
18102JT65ADigital+/- 1 khz on USB 
18102JT65DigitalUSB dial freq. 
18102.5W1AWDigital http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html
18103.1-18103.7OliviaDigitalOLIVIA_Calling_Freq_18103.4kHz(Center_Freq). DIAL_FREQ=18102.65kHzUSB - AudioCenterMarker=750Hz - Olivia Format=500/16 [International] http://hflink.com/olivia/olivia.html
18103.9Propagation 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
18103.9Propnet PSK31DigitalPropnet Automatically Controlled Digital Stationhttp://propnet.org
18104-18105JT9Digital  
18104.6WSPRDigitalWeak Signal Propagation Reporter Networkwsprnet.org
18105-18107.3ALEOther18104.5 kHz USB Automatic Link Establishment High Frequency Network- Data/Text/Messaging - QSO Keyboarding - 8FSK - AMD, DBM ARQ, FAE ARQ.http://hflink.com
18105-18109AutomaticDigitalAutomated Digital Stations - IARU Regionshttp://hflink.com/bandplans/
18105-18110PacketDigital  
18106ALEOtherALE data, sounding. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidthhttp://hflink.com
18106-18109ALEDigital18106.0kHz 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
18107.5-18108.5PskMailDigital18108 center of 500 Hz modes. PSKR500 default.www.pskmail.com
18109.5PacketDigital17m Robust Packet (18.108 USB dial w/ 1500 Hz CF)http://groups.yahoo.com/group/robustpacket/
18110NCDXF BeaconsCW http://www.ncdxf.org/beacons.html
18110-18168SSBSSB  
18111-18120AutomaticDigitalAutomated Digital Stations - IARU Region 1 (2700Hz Bandwidth)http://hflink.com/bandplans/
18115.3ARRL SkipnetDigitalNet117. Zero beat 18.117 LSBhttp://www.uspacket.org/hfnets.htm
18117N-SSTVOther https://narrowsstv.wordpress.com/
18117.5-18120.2ALEOther18117.5 USB - Voice/Data - ALE International Common channel. Automatic Link Establishment and Selective Calling.http://www.hflink.com/
18127.5ALEOtherALE voice. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidthhttp://hflink.com
18127.5HFPACKSSB- USB - HFpack - HF Portable - Calling Frequency - Alternate http://hfpack.com
18128IOTASSB http://www.rsgbiota.org/
18130QRPSSB  
18140Radio Scout FrequencySSB http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
18150AMAM  
18150EmergencySSBWICEN - Emergency communications support & training in Australia (VK)http://www.wicen.org.au/
18150CQ-QSOSSBFrequency to do CQ-QSO Runshttp://cq-qso.com/
18157.5ALEOtherALE voice. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidthhttp://hflink.com
18157.5HFPACKSSB-USB- HF Portable Calling Frequency - HFPACK NET - 1130z - 1630z - 2230z - mobile - portable - base - marine - aero - QRP - QRO - welcomehttp://hfpack.com
18157.5SELCALLOtherUSB - Amateur SELCALL - UPPER SIDEBAND Dial Frequency - Selective Calling CCIR 493 - 1700Hz 100baud, for use with SSB Voicehttp://www.hflink.com/channels/
18158OMISS 17m SSB NetSSBFri/Sat at 1900, also holidayswww.omiss.net
18160W1AWSSB http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html
18162.5-18165DigiVoiceDigital18162.5 USB - Digital Voice - Calling Frequency [International] 
18165OMISSSSB omiss.net
18165-18170Airborn ham-pilotsSSB  

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