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 This article gathers all information regarding band plans in the US. This band plan only covers bands that have repeaters operating on them, from 10-meters and up. This article gathers all information regarding band plans in the US. This band plan only covers bands that have repeaters operating on them, from 10-meters and up.
  
-Repeaterbook ​is does not conduct any enforcement of the band plans and does not refuse to document stations that are outside of the coordination guidelines or band plan. A repeater listing on Repeaterbook does not, in any way, endorse a particular repeater or establish legality of the repeater'​s operation.+Repeaterbook does not conduct any enforcement of the band plans and does not refuse to document stations that are outside of the coordination guidelines or band plan. A repeater listing on Repeaterbook does not, in any way, endorse a particular repeater or establish ​the legality of the repeater'​s operation.
  
-This band plan is provided as a courtesy to usersand is used as a template to help administrators and users determine the correlated input frequency of a repeater channel.+This band plan is provided as a courtesy to users and is used as a template to help administrators and users determine the correlated input frequency of a repeater channel.
  
 ===== ARRL ===== ===== ARRL =====
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 |1296.400 - 1297| General Narrow Band| |1296.400 - 1297| General Narrow Band|
 |1297 - 1300| Digital| |1297 - 1300| Digital|
 +
 +===== SERA =====
 +[[https://​sera.org/​index.php/​frequency-coordination/​frequency-utilization-plans-revision-band-plans/​|Frequency Utilization Plan of Digital Repeaters]]
 +
 +==== 10 Meters (28.0 MHz - 29.7 MHz) ====
 +[[http://​sera.org/​index.php/​frequency-coordination/​sera-forms-available-for-download/​|SERA 10 Meter Band Plan]]
 +^ Frequency (MHz)   ^ Designation ​                ^
 +|29.300 - 29.500| OSCAR (satellites)|
 +|29.600| Simplex|
 +|29.520 - 29.580| Repeater Inputs|
 +|29.620 - 29.680| Repeater Outputs|
 +
 +4 Repeater Pairs, 20 KHz spacing, 0.1 MHz in/out
 +|29.520 - 29.620|29.540 - 29.640|29.560 - 29.660|29.580 - 29.680|  ​
 +
 +===== Mid-America Coordination Council (MACC) =====
 +[[http://​iowarepeater.org/​mid-america-coordination-council/​MACC]]
  
 ===== Alaska ===== ===== Alaska =====
 +Unknown
  
 ===== Arkansas ===== ===== Arkansas =====
 +Follows Mid-America Coordination Council
  
 ===== Arizona ===== ===== Arizona =====
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 |146.865 |146.265 |147.135 |147.735| |146.865 |146.265 |147.135 |147.735|
  
- +=== ESTABLISHED AREA "ODD SPLIT" (non-600 kHz) REPEATER PAIRS === 
 +^ Input^ Output^ 
 +|147.585| 144.930 (portable repeaters)| 
 +|147.405| 144.950| 
 +|146.475| 147.420| 
 +|146.400| 147.435| 
 +|146.415| 147.450| 
 +|146.505| 147.465| 
 +|146.490| 147.495| 
 + 
 +=== FIXED AUXILIARY STATION FREQUENCIES === 
 +145.675, 145.690, 145.710, 145.725, 145.740, 145.755, 145.770, 145.785, 146.460, and 147.480. 
 + 
 +=== CROSS-BAND REPEATER FREQUENCIES === 
 +144.910 and 147.525. 
 + 
 +=== DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER FREQUENCIES === 
 +^Input^ Output^ 
 +|144.985| 147.540| 
 +|144.995| 147.550| 
 +|145.005| 147.560| 
 + 
 +==== SCRRBA ==== 
 +  * Follows the ARRL national plan on 10 Meters except with the addition of a 29.50 MHz simplex frequency. 
 +  * Follows the ARRL national plan on 6 Meters. 
 +  * Differs dramatically from the ARRL national plan on 70 Centimeters 
 +      * 5.0 MHz offset standard with 20 kHz channel spacing. 
 +      * Repeater output 445.020 to 449.980. 
 + 
 +^ Frequency ^ Designation ^ 
 +|440.000|Simplex. low level mobile, autopatch, IRLP, and EchoLink. No digital.| 
 +|441.000|Remote control only| 
 +|441.500|Simplex digital (packet)| 
 +|441.520|Simplex digital (packet)| 
 +|441.860|Test pair input - repeater only (no digital)| 
 +|441.880|Test pair input - repeater only (no digital)| 
 +|444.4625| Test pair input - repeater only (digital only)| 
 +|445.000| Simplex low-level mobile, autopatch, IRLP, EchoLink. No digital| 
 +|446.000| Simplex - No digital| 
 +|446.500| Simplex - No digital| 
 +|446.520| Simplex - No digital| 
 +|446.860| Test pair output - repeater only (no digital)| 
 +|446.880| Test pair output - repeater only (no digital)| 
 +|449.460| Simplex remote intercommunications channel| 
 +|446.880| Test pair output - repeater only (no digital)| 
 + 
 +=== 33 Centimeter === 
 +Differs dramatically from the ARRL national plan on 33 Centimeters 
 + 
 +^ Frequency (MHz) ^ Designation ^  
 +| 902.0125 - 902.0875|Repeater input channels| 
 +| 902.1000|Weak signal users|  
 +| 902.1125 - 902.9875|Repeater and point-to-point link inputs|  
 +| 902.7000|Test pair input|  
 +| 903.0000 - 904.9875|Repeater and point-to-point link inputs| ​  
 +| 903.7000|Test pair input|  
 +| 904.7000|Test pair input|  
 +| 905.0000 - 905.9875|Digital|  
 +| 906.0000 - 924.0000|ATV  
 +| 912.0000|ATV Alternate FM| 
 +| 913.2500|ATV simplex NTSC AM|  
 +| 915.0000|ATV FM|  
 +| 919.2500|ATV NTSC VSB repeater output|  
 +| 924.0000 - 924.9875|Digital|  
 +| 925.0000 - 926.9875|Repeater and point-to-point link outputs|  
 +| 925.7000|Test pair output| 
 +| 926.7000|Test pair output|  
 +| 927.0000 - 927.1000|implex point-to-point links|  
 +| 927.1125 - 927.9875|Repeater and point-to-point link outputs|  
 +| 927.6000|Simplex|  
 +| 927.7000|Test pair output| ​  
 +| 927.8000|Simplex|  
 + 
 +===== Florida ===== 
 +==== 10 Meters (28.0 MHz - 29.7 MHz) ==== 
 +Allows 0.5 MHz or 1.0 MHz offset.
  
 +===== Iowa =====
 +Follows the Mid-Amaerica Coordination Council
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