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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FrequenciesSegment/Net nameModeCommentsWebsite
5102SSB 60mSSBUSB - Australia Emergency WIA/WICEN
5167.5SSB 60mSSBUSB - ALASKA Emergency
5195BeaconOtherDRA5 Beacon - Center Frequency 5195.0kHz - CW - PSK31- QPSK31 - RTTY (FSK_45baud)- radio-propagation forecasts, solar flux, sunspot , geomagnetic, index.
5258.5SSB 60mSSBUSB - Upper Sideband - UK
5278.5SSB 60mSSBUK-Finland-Norway-Iceland-etc.
5288.5SSB 60mSSBUK - Finland - Norway - Iceland, etc - Canada Experimental - UK Beacons
5290BeaconCWUK 5MHz Beacons. Propagation study network, multiple stations transmit CW ID and stepped power levels, at intevals.
5298.5SSB 60mSSBUSB - Finland
5320SSB 60mSSBUSB 5320.0 - New Zealand - Amateur Radio Emergency Communications using AREC callsigns (5320.0kHz - 5322.8kHz any mode)
5330.5SSB 60mSSBUSB (USA - Finland - Norway - Iceland - St.Lucia - etc)
5346.5SSB 60mSSBUSB (USA - Finland - Norway - Iceland - St.Lucia - etc.
5355SSB 60mSSBUSB - Australia Emergency - WIA/WICEN
5366.5SSB 60mSSBUSB (USA - Finland - Norway - Iceland - etc)
5371.5ALEOtherALE voice (emergency only in USA). Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidth
5371.5HFPACKSSB- USB - HFPACK - HF Portable Calling Frequency - SUNSET NET - Regional NVIS
5371.5SSB 60mSSBUSB (USA - Finland - Norway - Iceland - St.Lucia - etc)
5371.5-5374.5SSB 60mSSB5371.5kHz USB (UK )
5395SSB 60mSSBUSB 5395.0 - New Zealand - Amateur Radio Emergency Communications using AREC callsigns (5395.0kHz - 5397.8kHz any mode)
5398.5SSB 60mSSBUSB (UK - Finland - Norway - Iceland - etc)(Canada-Experimental)
5398.5SSB/CWSSBIreland SSB/CW Experimental
5403SSB/CWSSBIreland SSB/CW Experimental
5403.5ALEOtherALE voice Region1 (emergency only). Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidth
5403.5HFPACKSSB- USB - HF Portable Calling Frequency - Region 1 - HFpack Net alternate
5403.5SSB 60mSSBUSB (USA - UK - Norway - Iceland - St.Lucia - etc)(Canada-Experimental) International Calling
5405.3cwCWdanish hams with aproved licenses 

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