A loose compilation of notes always undergoing editing - Please mirror, link to, reprint as desired. The 33 centimeter ham radio band was born in As part of that proceeding, the band was also allocated to the Amateur Radio Service on a secondary basis. This means hams can use the band as long as they accepted interference from and did not cause interference to this primary user. They radiate only and do not receive therefore it is highly unlikely that you would ever interfere with an ISM device. There are a couple other secondary users we need to be aware of as we may not cause harmful interference to , and not receiving any interference protection from automatic vehicle monitoring systems, and Government stations authorized in this band. About 5 years after this chunk of spectrum was carved out, many cordless phones started to appear on the lower and upper ends of the MHz centimeter band.
What is 33cm good for?
Getting Started with Mhz (33cm) Ham Band » W6AER- Pacifica, California, USA
Forgot Password? A band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference between incompatible modes. You need only register once for each band. CW and digital emissions must be centered 1. Notes: The frequency E mi s sion Bandwidth. Notes: 1 : 2 30 4.
W6AER- Pacifica, California, USA
If you have been thinking about getting on to Mhz 33cm Ham Bands or are active but want to find out more, this is the page you want to be. I don't claim to be an expert in this area but I will share what I have learned, what I now know, what I use and why I picked what I picked. Hardware is very limited on this band, as are repeaters at this point and I think many are just scared due to lack of info. I am hoping to change this a bit here.
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