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Oregon Band Plan

NOTE: The following sections are meant to be a guide for operating various different modes by band. Band plans found in publications such as the ARRL Repeater Directory are for general information only. The local option band plan, if one exists, is the proper one to use. For operating in Oregon, x has carefully weighed the pros and cons of each band segment not strictly governed for a specific mode (except repeater and auxilliary operation) by the FCC. The following are summaries of our Oregon Band Plans for 29MHz through 10GHz.

FREQUENCIES ALLOCATED

Functional Allocation

REPEATER

Simplex

Output

Input

    29.300 - 29.500 Satellites
  29.520 - 29.580 FM Repeater Inputs 20 KHz channels Tone Control Required (162.2Hz or 110.9Hz)
    29.600 National FM Simplex Calling Frequency
29.620 - 29.680     FM Repeater Outputs 20 KHz channels Tone Control Required (162.2Hz or 110.9Hz)
    50.000 - 50.100 Beacons, CW
    50.060 - 50.080 Beacon Subband
    50.100 - 50.300 SSB, CW
    50.100 - 50.125 DX Window
    50.125 National SSB Calling Frequency
    50.620 Digital (Packet) Calling Frequency
    50.800 - 51.000 20 kHz Channels Radio Control
    51.000 - 51.000 Pacific DX Window
  51.110 - 52.290   20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Inputs
    52.310 - 52.530 20 kHz Channels FM Simplex
    52.525 National FM Simplex Calling Frequency (See Note #1)
    52.550 - 52.730 20 kHz Channels Packet Radio
    52.750 - 52.790 20 kHz Channels FM Simplex
52.810 - 53.990     20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Outputs
    144.000 - 144.050 EME, CW, Weak Signal
    144.050 - 144.100 CW, Weak Signal
    144.100 - 144.200 EME, Weak Signal, SSB
    144.200 National SSB Calling Frequency
    144.200 - 144.275 SSB
    144.275 - 144.300 Beacons
    144.300 - 144.500 Satellites
  144.510 - 144.890   20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Inputs
    144.900 - 145.100 10 kHz Packet Radio, Requires Coordination, Contact ORRC
145.110 - 145.490     20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Outputs
    145.250 Shared, Non-Protected Repeaters (with 144.65)
    145.500 - 145.800 Experimental (See note #2)
    145.800 - 146.000 Satellites
  146.020 - 146.400   20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Inputs
    146.420 - 146.600 FM Simplex
    146.520 National Simplex Calling Frequency
146.620 - 147.380     20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Outputs
    147.400 - 147.580 FM Simplex
  147.600 - 147.980   20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Inputs
    219.000 - 220.000 Digital Linking, Requires Coordination, Contact ARRL
    222.000 - 222.150 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal
    222.050 - 222.060 Beacons
    222.100 SSB/CW Calling Frequency
    222.100 - 222.150 SSB/CW
    222.150 - 222.300 Experimental
    222.155 - 223.300 Reserved (ORRC)
  222.305 - 223.395   20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Inputs
    223.400 - 223.55 FM Simplex
    223.500 National FM Simplex Calling Frequency
    223.550 - 223.750 20 kHz Channels Packet Radio
    223.755 - 223.900 Reserved (ORRC)
223.905 - 224.995     20 kHz Channels FM Repeater Outputs
    420.000 - 425.000 Coordination Required, Contact ORRC
    425.000 - 431.000 Coordination Required, Contact ORRC
    426.250 ATV (Video Carrier Frequency) VSB Only
    430.050 - 431.0259 Packet Radio, Coordination Required, Contact ORRC
    431.0250 Packet Simplex, No Coordination Required
    431.000 - 432.000 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal
    432.000 - 432.070 EME
    432.070 - 432.100 CW, Weak Signal
    432.100 Weak Signal Calling Frequency
    432.100 - 432.300 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal, Mixed Modes
    432.300 - 432.400 Beacons
    432.400 - 433.000 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal, Mixed Modes
    433.000 - 435.000 Coordination Required, Contact ORRC
    435.000 - 438.000 Satellites
    438.000 - 440.000 Coordination Required, Contact ORRC
440.025 - 444.975     25 kHz Channels Repeater Outputs
    440.975 - 441.075 Packet Radio, Contact O.P.E.N.
    441.500 and 441.525 Packet Radio
    441.550, 441.575 and 441.600 FM Voice Simplex
441.625 - 445.025   25 kHz Channels FM Repeater Outputs
  445.025 - 449.975   25 kHz Channels FM Repeater Inputs
    446.000 National FM Simplex Calling Frequency
    446.425 - 446.475 Temporary Crossband Repeaters, Remote Bases
    446.500 - 446.600 Coordination Required, Contact ORRC
    902.000 - 902.100 EME, Weak Signal, Experimental. No FM.
902.1125 - 902.4875   12.5 kHz spacing for Repeater Inputs +25MHz Offset
    902.5000 - 902.6875 12.5 kHz for Control Receivers/Stations.
  902.700 - 902.8875   12.5 kHz for Repeater Inputs +25MHz Offset.
    902.900 - 903.9375 Analog Voice Repeater Inputs SNI/Test Pairs +25 MHz Offset.
    904.000 - 916.000 ATV simplex or repeater (input or output) AM or FM OK.
  916.025 - 916.375 30 channels at 12.5 KHz for link inputs. 10 MHz + offsets.
    916.400 - 926.000 Experimental, digital, new modes. Wide bandwidth OK.
926.025 - 926.375     30 channels at 12.5 KHz for link outputs. 10 MHz - offset.
    926.400 - 927.100 Experimental, digital, new modes. Narrow bandwidth only.
927.1125 - 927.4875   12.5 KHz spacing for Repeater Outputs -25MHz Offset.
    927.500 - 927.6875 12.5 KHz spacing - 927.5000 - National Simplex.
927.700 - 927.8875   12.5 KHz for Repeater Outputs -25MHz Offset.
927.900 - 927.9375   12.5 KHz for Repeater Outputs -25MHz Offset.
927.950 - 927.9875   Digital Voice Repeater Outputs SNI/Test Pairs -25MHz Offset.
    1240.00 - 1246.00 ATV #1 (AM only). May be used as repeater input or simplex. Must be centered at 1243.00.
    1246.00 - 1,250.00 Wideband digital and digital voice (D-star and similar technologies).
    1250.00 - 1264.00 ATV #2 (1 FM or 2 AM channels) FM centered at 1257.00
    1264.00 - 1270.00 Satellite communications, experimental terrestrial.
  1270.00 - 1276.00   Repeater Inputs, FM and linear. Paired with 1290-1294 every 25 KHz with 1271.875 and 1272.125 as test pair inputs. D-Star (digital voice) repeater inputs spaced every 12.5 KHz between aech FM abd/or linear channel.
    1276.00 - 1288.00 ATV #3 (1 FM or 2 AM channels) FM centered at 1282.00. May be used as repeater input or output.
1288.00 - 1290.00     Link outputs. 38 - 25 KHz spacing FM channels (1288.025 - 1288.925). Digital voice channels. 12.5 KHz spacing between FM channels with 6.5 KHz deviation (1288.0375 - 1288.9375).
1290.00 - 1294.00     Repeater outputs. FM and linear paired with 1270 - 1274 every 25 Khz with 1291.875 and 1292.125 as test pair outputs. D-star (digital voice) repeater outputs spaced every 12.5 KHz between each FM and/or linear channel.
    1294.00 - 1295.00 Narrow bandwidth FM simplex - 39 channels at 25 KHz spacing (1294.025 - 1294.975). National calling frequency of 1294.500. Digital simplex 38.6 KHz channels with 12.5 KHz spacing betweeen FM channels (1294.0375 - 1294.9625).
    1295.00 - 1297.00 Narrow bandwidth weak signal, EME, CW SSB, No FM.
    1295.00 - 1295.80 SSTV, FAX, ACSSB, experimental
    1295.80 - 1296.00 Reserved for EME and CW expansion.
    1296.00 - 1296.05 EME exclusive
    1296.07 - 1296.07 CW beacons
    1296.10 CW, SSB calling frequency.
    1296.40 - 1296.60 Crossband linear translator input.
    1296.60 - 1296.80 Crossband linear translator output.
    1296.80 - 1297.00 Experimental beacons exclusive.
    1297.00 - 1298.00 Packet 9 - 100 Khz high speed data channels.
  1298.00 - 1300.00   Link inputs. 38 25 KHz spacing FM channels (1298.025 - 1298.925). Digital voice channles 12.5 KHz spacing between FM channels with 6.5 Khz deviation (1298.0375 - 1298.9375).
    2,302 - 2,306 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal
    2,400 - 2,450 Satellites
    3,454 - 3,458 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal
    3,400 - 3,410 Satellites
    5,650 - 5,670 Satellites
    5,758 - 5,762 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal
    10,000 - 10,000.50 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB, Weak Signal
    10,362 - 10,374 EME, Beacons, CW, SSB
    10,450 - 10,500 Satellites
Notes:
1) 52.53 to replace 52.525 as the National Simplex Calling Frequency in 1997
2) Certain traditional uses, such as Packet DX Cluster Nodes, APRS and ARES related FM Voice Simplex may utilize portions of this spectrum. Please listen dutifully before operating within this segment in order to minimize interference to existing users.

CROSS-BAND REPEATER / DUPLEX RADIO POLICY
In order to minimize interference to coordinated systems and inappropriate use of recognized simplex channels, x has established the following guidelines as policy for use of cross-band repeaters, cross-band repeaters and duplex radios should:

  • Never be used to link and established repeater system or link two repeaters without the express approval of the repeater owner(s).
  • Be used for temporary, short duration activities only and never installed as a long term communications facility.
  • Utilize the minimum power necessary to accomplish the desired communications. A transmitter placed in the vicinity of other transmitters should employ the use of Circulators/Isolators and or Band Pass Filtering as necessary to reduce the likelyhood of Intermod.
  • Utilize CTCSS (PL) encode and decode facilities to minimize unnecessary frequency congestion.
  • Be identified every 10 minutes per FCC rules.
  • Be disabled by the operator within 15 minutes of notification of interference or other problem.
  • Should be continually monitored by the operator to help minimize interference.
Allocated Cross-Band Frequencies:
10 meters29.6000
6 meters52.5700
2 meters146.600
1.25 meters224.000
70 cm446.425 - 446.4755
23 cm1292.50
 

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