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-===== Canada Band Plans =====  ​ 
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-This article gathers all information regarding band plans in Canada. This band plan only covers bands that have repeaters operating on them, from 10-meters and up. 
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-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. 
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-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. 
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-==== Radio Amateur Canada (RAC) ==== 
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-The Canadian band plans are established by [[http://​wp.rac.ca/​|Radio Amateur Canada (RAC)]]. The list below is abbreviated. Please consult RAC materials for a complete band plan. 
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-=== 6 Meters (50 MHz - 54 MHz) === 
-^Frequency^Designation^ 
-|50.000 - 50.600|Narrow band modes| 
-|50.000 - 50.050|CW / beacons / moon bounce| 
-|50.050 - 50.1|CW / beacons| 
-|50.100|CW calling frequency| 
-|50.100-50.600|SSB and AM modes(bandwidth <= 2.3 kHz)| 
-|50.105 - 50.115|DX window (listen for DX here)| 
-|50.110|DX window calling frequency| 
-|50.125|National SSB calling frequency| 
-|50.400|AM calling freuquency| 
-|50.600 - 51.000|Eexperimental modes| 
-|50.700|RTTY,​ AMTOR calling frequency| 
-|50.800 - 50.980|Radio control of models| 
-|51.000 - 51.100|Pacific (ZL) DX window (SSB/CW only)| 
-|51.100 - 52.000|FM voice simplex, and packet| 
-|51.700|National simplex packet calling| 
-|52.000 - 52.05|Pacific(VK) DX window (SSB/CW only)| 
-|52.525|national FM calling frequency| 
-|52.000 - 53.000|FM voice repeater inputs| 
-|53.000 - 54.000|FM voice repeater outputs| 
-Repeaters have an offset of -1.0 MHz. 
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-=== 2 Meters (144 MHz - 148 MHz) === 
-[[http://​wp.rac.ca/​144-mhz-2m-page/​|2 Meter Band Plan]] ​ 
-^Frequency^Designation^ 
-|144.000 - 144.100|Moon bounce and terrestrial CW| 
-|144.100|CW calling| 
-|144.100 - 144.200|CW/​SSB weak signal| 
-|144.200 - 144.275|AM narrowband (< 3 kHz exclusice SSB (ACSSB, SSB, CW, TY ) calling| 
-|144.275 - 144.300|Propagation beacon network| 
-|144.300 - 144.500|Digital| 
-|144.340|National ATV coordination| 
-|144.390|National APRS| 
-|144.500 - 144.600|Repeater inputs| 
-|144.600 - 144.900|Repeater inputs| 
-|144.900 - 145.100|Digital| 
-|145.100 - 145.200|Repeater outputs| 
-|145.200 - 145.500|Repeater outputs| 
-|145.500 - 145.590|SAREX/​ARISS links| 
-|145.590 - 145.790|Digital| 
-|145.800 - 146.000|Amateur Satellite Service, ARISS| 
-|146.010 - 146.370|Repeater inputs| 
-|146.400 - 146.580|FM simplex| 
-|146.520|National FM calling| 
-|146.610 - 147.390|Repeater outputs| 
-|147.420 - 147.570|FM simplex| 
-|147.435 - 147.585|Digital| 
-|147.600 - 147.990|Repeater inputs| 
-Repeaters have an offset of .6 MHz up/down depending on frequency. 
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-=== 135 Centimeters (220 MHz - 222 MHz) === 
-[[http://​wp.rac.ca/​220-mhz-135-cm-page/​|1.35 Meter Band Plan]] 
-^Frequency^Designation^ 
-|200.000 - 221.000|High data rate digital| 
-|220.550 - 220.950|Duplexed TO 430.05 430.45 MHz| 
-|221.010 - 221.090|PACKET| 
-|221.100 - 221.950|Digital| 
-|222.000 - 222.300|CW, SSB| 
-|222.000 - 222.050|EME| 
-|222.050 - 222.100|CW| 
-|222.100|National CW calling frequency| 
-|222.100 - 222.275|SSB| 
-|222.200|National SSB calling frequency| 
-|222.275 - 222.300|Propagation beacons| 
-|222.310| - 223.370|Repeater inputs| 
-|223.390 - 223.490|High speed data| 
-|223.490 - 223.590|FM voice simplex| 
-|223.590 - 223.890|Data| 
-|223.592 - 223.690|High speed data| 
-|223.685 - 223.805|Narrow band packet| 
-|223.790 - 223.890|High speed data| 
-|223.910 - 225.000|Repeater outputs| 
-Repeaters have an offset of -1.6 MHz. 
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-=== 70 Centimeters (430 MHz - 450 MHz) === 
-Radiolocation is primary on this band. Amateurs are secondary. 
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-^Frequency ​   ^  Designation ​   ^ 
-|430.025 - 431.500|Digital Modes| 
-|431.500 - 433.000|CW, SSB, MOONBOUNCE (Global Allocation),​ Amplitude Modulation narrowband modes| 
-|432.000|Centre frequency for EME, globally coordinated frequency allocations exist above and below 432.0 MHz| 
-|432.100 - National|CW calling frequency| 
-|432.200 - National|SSB calling frequency| 
-|432.300 - 432.400|Propagation beacon network exclusive| 
-|432.400 - 433.000|Experimental narrow bandwidth modes| 
-|433.000 - 434.800|Digital modes| 
-|434.800 - 434.900|Analog repeater links| 
-|434.900 - 435.000|Guard band| 
-|435.000 - 438.000|Amateur Satellites (Global Secondary Allocation) Remote Sensing Satellite Radar secondary| 
-|438.000 - 444.000|ATV| 
-|439.250|Video arrier frequency| 
-|442.000 - 445.000|Repeater outputs| 
-|444.000|Spread Spectrum| ​ 
-|445.000 - 445.775|Analog and digital links| 
-|445.800 - 445.975|Digital| 
-|446.000 - 446.175|FM simplex| 
-|446.000|National FM calling frequency| 
-|446.200 - 446.375|FM remote base (uncoordinated)| 
-|446.400 - 446.775|Analog and digital link| 
-|446.800 - 446.975|Digital modes| 
-|447.000 - 450.000|Repeater inputs| 
-Repeaters have an offset of +5.0 MHz. 
  
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