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==Australian Bandplan==
 
==Australian Bandplan==

Revision as of 13:03, 1 July 2008

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Other VHF/UHF/Microwave wiki pages : 6 metres, 4 metres, 2 metres, 1.25 metres, 70 centimetres, 33 centimetres, 23 centimetres, 13 centimetres, 9 centimetres, 6 centimetres 3 centimetres, and Bands above 24GHz.

Australian Bandplan

Access: Advanced Licensees only

Vk4yeh vk 1.25cm bandplan.jpg

Additional notes

24.00 - 24.05 GHz AMATEUR Primary Service

24.00 - 24.05 GHz AMATEUR SATELLITE Primary Service

24.05 - 24.25 GHz RADIOLOCATION Primary Service

24.05 - 24.25 GHz AMATEUR Secondary Service

24.05 - 24.25 GHz EARTH EXPLORATION SATELLITE Secondary Service

24.000 - 24.050 AMATEUR SATELLITES

24.048 - 24.050 NARROW BAND MODES (Recommended segment) Same pattern as for lower bands

24.050 - 24.192 ALL MODES

24.192 - 24.194 NARROW BAND MODES (Alternative segment)

24.194 - 24.250 ALL MODES