The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) is a federation of national associations of certified radio amateurs, representing over 150 countries and separate territories around the world.

The three IARU Regions are organised to broadly mirror the structure of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and its related regional telecommunications organisations. The Regions comprise:
- IARU Region 1: Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Northern Asia
- IARU Region 2: The Americas
- IARU Region 3: Asia-Pacific

The IARU represents the interests of the Amateur Radio Service worldwide to relevant international organisations, promoting the interests of amateur radio and seeking to protect and enhance its spectrum privileges.

International Amateur Radio Union - Region 1

SHF

SHF covers 3-30 GHz

UHF

UHF covers 300-3000 MHz

HF

The article "IARU Region 1 band plan - why?" describes the philosophy of the IARU Region 1 band plan and gives some explanations how to read it.
Access full article in (English version) or (German - Deutsche Version). 
 
 
 
 

IARU Region 1 HF Band Plan

A recommendation for all radio amateurs how to use the bands, as revised at the Interim Meeting Vienna 2016, effective 01 June 2016.

Frequency  (kHz)

Maximum Bandwidth (Hz)

Preferred Mode And Usage

2 200 m Band: 

135.7 – 137.8

200

CW, QRSS and narrow band digital modes

 630 m Band:

472 – 475 **

200

CW, See NOTES

475 – 479 **

(#)

CW, digimodes, See NOTES

(**) If a frequency is to be selected, particular attention must be paid to still existing Non Directional   Beacons (NDB) of the radio navigation service! (#) maximum bandwidth not specified, 500 Hz suggested.

160 m Band: 

1 810 – 1 838

200

CW, 1 836 kHz  – QRP Centre of Activity

1 838 – 1 840

500

Narrow band modes

1 840 – 1 843

2 700

All modes – digimodes, (*)

1 843 – 2 000

2 700

All modes, (*)

Radio Amateurs in countries that have a SSB allocation ONLY below 1840 kHz, may continue to use it, but the National Societies in those countries are requested to take all necessary steps with their licence administrations to adjust the phone allocations in accordance with the Region 1 Band plan. (Davos 2005)

80 m Band: 

3 500 – 3 510

200

CW, priority for intercontinental operation

3 510 – 3 560

200

CW, contest preferred, 3 555 kHz – QRS Centre of Activity

3 560 – 3 570

200

CW, 3 560 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity

3 570 – 3 580

200

Narrow band modes – digimodes

3 580 – 3 590

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

3 590 – 3 600

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

3 600 – 3 620

2 700

All modes - digimodes, automatically controlled data station (unattended), (*)

3 600 – 3 650

2 700

All modes, SSB contest preferred, 3 630 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity, (*) 

3 650 – 3 700

2 700

All modes, 3 690 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity

3 700 – 3 775

2 700

All modes, SSB contest preferred

3 735 kHz – Image Centre of Activity

3 760 kHz – Region 1 Emergency Centre of Activity

3 775 – 3 800

2 700

All modes, SSB contest preferred, priority for intercontinental operation

60 m Band: 

5 351.5 – 5 354.0

200

CW, Narrow band modes – digimodes. See NOTES

5 354.0 – 5 366.0      

2 700

All modes, USB recommended for voice operation (##). See NOTES

5 366.0 – 5 366.5

20 (!)

Weak signal narrow band modes. See NOTES

It is strongly recommended that frequencies within the WRC-15 allocation only be used if there are no other frequencies available at 5 MHz under domestic (ITU-R article 4.4) permissions.

Local nets and long rag chew QSOs should not use the WRC-15 allocation at 5 MHz but should instead make use of the 3,5 MHz, 5 MHz domestic or 7 MHz bands where there is more spectrum available.

40 m Band: 

7 000 – 7 040

 200

CW, 7 030 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity

7 040 – 7 047

 500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

7 047 – 7 050

 500

Narrow band modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

7 050 – 7 053

2 700

All modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended) (*)

7 053 -- 7 060 2 700 All modes - digimodes

7 060 – 7 100

2 700

All modes, SSB contest preferred                                

7 070 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity

7 090 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity                                                                  

7 100 – 7 130

2 700

All modes, 7 110 kHz – Region 1 Emergency Centre of Activity

7 130 – 7 175

2 700

All modes, SSB contest preferred, 7 165 kHz – Image Centre of Activity

7 175 – 7 200

2 700

All modes, SSB contest preferred, priority for intercontinental operation

30 m Band: 

10 100 – 10 130

 200

CW,  10 116 kHz –  QRP Centre of Activity

10 130 – 10 150

 500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

SSB may be used during emergencies involving the immediate safety of life and property and only by stations actually  involved in the handling of emergency traffic.

The band segment 10 120 kHz to 10 140 kHz may be used for SSB transmissions in the area of Africa south of the equator during local daylight hours. News bulletins on any mode should not be transmitted on the 10 MHz band.

20 m Band: 

14 000 – 14 060

200

CW, contest preferred, 14 055 kHz – QRS Centre of Activity

14 060 – 14 070

200

CW, 14 060 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity

14 070 – 14 089

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

14 089 – 14 099

500

Narrow band modes - digimodes automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

14 099 – 14 101

IBP, exclusively for beacons

14 101 – 14 112

2700

All modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

14 112 – 14 125

2700

All modes

14 125 – 14 300

2700

All modes, SSB contest preferred

14130 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity

14195 kHz ± 5 kHz - Priority for DXpeditions

14230 kHz – Image Centre of Activity

14285 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity

14 300 – 14 350

2700

All modes, 14300 kHz – Global Emergency centre of activity

17 m Band: 

18 068 – 18 095

 200

CW, 18 086 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity

18 095 – 18 105

 500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

18 105 – 18 109

 500

Narrow band modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

18 109 – 18 111

IBP, exclusively for beacons

18 111 – 18 120

2 700

All modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

18 120 – 18 168

2 700

All modes, 18130 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity

                                                                         18 150 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity

                                                                         18 160 kHz – Global Emergency Centre of Activity

15 m Band:

21 000 – 21 070

200

CW, 21 055 kHz – QRS Centre of Activity 

21 060 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity

21 070 – 21 090

500

Narrow band modes, digimodes

21 090 – 21 110

500

Narrow band modes, digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

21 110 – 21 120

2 700

All modes (excluding SSB), digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)      

21 120 – 21 149

500

Narrow band modes

21 149 – 21 151

IBP, exclusively for beacons

21 151 – 21 450

2 700

All modes, 21 180 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity 

21 285 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity

21 340 kHz – Image Centre of Activity

21 360 kHz – Global Emergency Centre of Activity

12 m Band: 

24 890 – 24 915

200

CW, 24 906 kHz – QRP centre of activity

24 915 – 24 925

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

24 925 – 24 929

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

24 929 – 24 931

IBP, exclusively for beacons

24 931 – 24 940

2 700

All modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

24 940 – 24 990

2 700

All modes, 24 950 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity; 24 960 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity

10 m Band: 

28000 - 28070

200

CW, 28 055 kHz – QRS Centre of Activity; 28 060 kHz – QRP Centre of Activity

28 070 – 28 120

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes

28 120 – 28 150

500

Narrow band modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

28 150 – 28 190

500

Narrow band modes

28 190 – 28 199

IBP, regional time shared beacons

28 199 – 28 201

IBP, worldwide time shared beacons

28 201 – 28 225

IBP, continuous duty beacons

28 225 – 28 300

2 700

All modes – beacons

28 300 – 28 320

2 700

All modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

28 320 – 29 000

2 700

All modes, 28330 kHz – Digital Voice Centre of Activity

28360 kHz – SSB QRP Centre of Activity

28680 kHz – Image Centre of  Activity

29 000 – 29 100

29 100 – 29 200

29 200 – 29 300

6 000

6 000

6 000

All modes

All modes – FM simplex – 10 kHz channels

All modes – digimodes, automatically controlled data stations (unattended)

29 300 – 29 510

6 000

Satellite Links

29 510 – 29 520

Guard channel

29 520 – 29 590

6 000

All modes – FM repeater input (RH1 – RH8)

29 600

6 000

All modes – FM calling channel

29 610

6 000

All modes – FM simplex repeater (parrot - input and output)

29 620 – 29 700

6 000

All modes – FM repeater outputs (RH1 – RH8)

DEFINITIONS

 

All modes: CW, SSB and those modes listed as Centres of Activity, plus AM. (Consideration should be given to adjacent channel users).

Image modes: Any analogue or digital image modes within the appropriate bandwidth, for example SSTV and FAX.

Narrow band modes: All modes using up to 500 Hz bandwidth, including CW, RTTY, PSK, etc.

Digimodes: Any digital mode used within the appropriate bandwidth, for example RTTY, PSK, MT63, etc.

NOTES

The frequencies in the band plan are understood as “transmitted frequencies” (not those of the suppressed carrier!)

To prevent any out of band transmission the maximum dial setting for USB Voice mode should be 3 kHz below upper band edge on bands 20 m to 10 m.

(*) Lowest dial setting for LSB Voice mode: 1 843, 3 603 and 7 053 kHz

(##) Highest dial setting for USB Voice mode on the 60 m band: 5363 kHz

CW QSOs are accepted across all bands, except within beacon segments. (Recommendation DV05_C4_Rec_13)

Amplitude modulation (AM) may be used in the telephony sub-bands providing consideration is given to adjacent channel users. (NRRL Davos 05).

Sideband Usage

Below 10 MHz lower sideband (LSB) is recommended, and above 10 MHz use upper sideband (USB).

The exception to this is on the 5 MHz band where USB is recommended.

630 m band:

Details shown in the band plan above should be understood as “proposed usage.” (VA14_C4_Rec_02)

60 m band:

Details shown in the band plan above should be understood as “proposed usage.” (VIE14_C4_Rec_02)

Contests

Where no DX traffic is involved, the contest segments should not include 3 500 – 3 510 kHz or 3 775-3 800 kHz.

Non-contesting radio amateurs are recommended to use the contest-free HF bands (30, 17 and 12 m) during the largest international contests. (DV05_C4_Rec_07)

Contests should be restricted to 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 m. That is 60, 30, 17, and 12 m bands shall not be used for contests. (VIE16_C4_Rec_06 *)

(* to be ratified at General Conference 2017)

For more recommendations about contest segments, see the IARU Region 1 HF Manager Handbook.

Unmanned transmitting stations:

The term “automatically controlled data stations” includes Store and Forward stations.

IARU member societies are requested to limit this activity on the HF bands.

It is recommended that any unmanned transmitting stations on HF shall only be activated under operator control except for beacons agreed with the IARU Region 1 beacon coordinator, or specially licensed experimental stations. 

 

Member Societies are reminded of the recommendation in the IARU Region 1 HF Band Plan ‘that any unmanned transmitting stations on HF shall only be activated under operator control, except for beacons agreed with the IARU Region 1 Beacon Coordinator’.

Unmanned transmitting stations, and operation involving unmanned transmitting stations, must adhere to the frequency and bandwidth limits of the band plan.

The operator connecting to an automatically controlled unmanned transmitting station is responsible for not causing interference. This is particularly important in the 30 meter band where the amateur service only has secondary status.

Amateur radio operators may transmit messages via unmanned transmitting stations during coordinated emergency, and disaster preparedness exercises, limited to the duration of such exercises, using a bandwidth not exceeding 2 700 Hz.

Such communication should be announced regularly on the frequency, and radio amateurs not participating in the communication should cooperate by not transmitting on the frequency. (VA14_C4_Rec_06).

Beacons

For information about IARU Region 1 beacon policy, see the IARU Region 1 HF Manager Handbook.

Remote controlled operation on HF

Remote controlled operation is defined to mean operation where a licensed operator controls an amateur radio station from a remote control terminal.

Where a station is operated remotely, the following conditions shall apply:

Remote operation must be permitted, or not objected to, by the Regulatory Authority of the country where the station is located.

1. The call sign to be used should be the call sign issued by the Regulatory Authority of the country in which the station is located. This applies irrespective of the location of the operator.

2. It should be noted that the CEPT T/R 61-01 agreement only applies to people using their own call sign, with the appropriate country prefix, when the operator is actually visiting that country, not for remote operation.

3. Any further requirements regarding the participation of remotely controlled stations in contests or award programs are a matter for the various contest or award program organisers. (SC11_C4_REC_07) and (VA14_C4_REC_04)

 

History

2005 Davos

Introduction of band plan by bandwidth

Effective 1 January 2006

2008 Cavtat      

Several modifications

Effective 29 March 2009

CW segment extended from 7 000 – 7 035 kHz to 7 000 - 7 040 kHz.

            Narrow band modes, digimodes segment moved and extended from 7 035 – 7 038 kHz to 7 040 -7 047 kHz.

            Narrow band modes, digimodes, segment for automatically controlled stations (unattended) moved and extended from 7 038 – 7 040 kHz to 7 047 - 7 050 kHz.

            All modes, digimodes, segment for automatically controlled stations (unattended) moved from 7 040 – 7 043 kHz to 7 050 - 7 053 kHz.

Introduction of SSB preferred contest segments 7060 -7100 kHz and 7130 -7200 kHz

Introduction of Digital Voice Activity Centres

2011 Sun City

Several modifications

Effective 17 August 2011

            CW contest preferred segment 7 000 – 7 025 kHz withdrawn.

            Segment 29 100 – 29 200 kHz changed from maximum bandwidth of 2 700 Hz to maximum 6 000 Hz.

            Introduction of new segment 29 100 – 29 200 kHz for FM simplex operation (10 kHz channels).

            Removal of FM simplex channels 29 520 – 29 550 kHz and 29 610 – 29 650 kHz.

            Number of FM Repeater channels increased to eight, former FM simplex channels became new repeater input, respectively repeater output channels.

            FM repeater channels renumbered, RH1 = 29 520 / 29 620 kHz, RH8 = 29 590 / 29 690 kHz

            Introduction of FM Simplex Repeater 29 610 kHz (parrot, input + output)

2014 Varna

Several modifications

Effective 26 September 2014

            Segment 29 000 – 29 100 kHz: Change from maximum bandwidth of 2 700 Hz to maximum 6 000 Hz.

            Satellite segment 29 300 – 29 510 kHz: Removal of downlink restriction

2016 Vienna

            Several modifications (to be ratified by General Conference 2017)

Effective 01 June 2016

Introduction of narrow bandwidth segment with maximum bandwidth of 200 Hz from 3 570 kHz to 3 580 kHz

            Narrow bandwidth mode segment with maximum bandwidth of 500 Hz extended by 10 kHz now from 10 130 kHz to 10 150 kHz.

            

 

LF/MF

LF covers 30-300 kHz.
MF covers 300-3000 kHz

144 - 146 MHz

The 2 metre band

This bandplan is the simpliefied version, without the footnotes. If you want to have the fully detailed bandplan please refer to the VHF managers Handbook

This band is heavily used throughout the world for short-range communications including the use of repeaters. It is also used for Earth-Moon-Earth communications. The 2m band is one of the most heavily used for amateur satellite operations, which has an exclusive and globally coordinated sub-band at 145.800 - 146MHz

Landshut 2017

Frequency

Maximum Bandwidth Mode Usage

144.000

144.025

2 700 Hz All Mode Satelite (downlink only)

144.025

144.100

500 Hz Telegraphy (EME)

144.050 Telagraphy calling

144.100 Random MS

144.100

144.150

500 Hz Telegraphy & MGM

144.110-144-160  EME MGM

 

144.150

144.400

2 700 Hz Telegraphy, MGM & SSB

144.195-144.205 Random MS  SSB (m)                                

144.300    SSB Centre of activity

144.400

144.490

500Hz Telegrapy & MGM

Beacons only

 

144.491

144.493

500 Hz EMGM  Experimental MGM

144.500

  

 

144.794

20 kHz All Mode

144.500 Image mode centre (SSTV, Fax,...)

144.600 Data Centre of activity (MGM, RTTY,..)

144.750 ATV Talk back

 

144.794

144.9625

12 kHz

MGM

Digital communication

144.800    APRS

144.8125   DV internet voice gateway

144.8250   DV internet voice gateway

144.8375   DV internet voice gateway

144.8500   DV internet voice gateway

144.8625   DV internet voice gateway

144.975

145.194

12kHz FM / DIgital Voice Repeater input exclusive

145.194

145.206

12 kHz FM / Digital Voice Space communication

145.206

 

 

145.5625

12 kHz FM / Digital Voice

145.2375    FM Internet Voice Gateway

145.2875    FM Internet Voice Gateway

145.3375    FM Internet Vocie Gatway

145.375      digital voice calling

145.500      FM calling

145.575

145.7935

12 kHz FM / Digital Voice Repeater Output exclusive

145.794

145.806

12 kHz FM / DIgital Voice Space communication

145.806

146.000

12kHz All Mode Satellite exclusive

 Please see the IARU Region 1 VHF Handbook for details

70.0 - 70.5 MHz

 

The 4 metre band

This bandplan is the simpliefied version, without the footnotes. If you want to have the fully detailed bandplan please refer to the VHF managers Handbook

IARU Spectrum Requirement

The amateur service requires an allocation at or near 70 MHz of at least 500 kHz on a secondary basis.

Considerations

In countries where allocated, this band is used for local amateur communication on 24-hour basis, including radio control of objects. Tropospheric scatter and sky-wave propagation (principally sporadic-E) are used for longer distances, as well as auroral propagation at the higher latitudes. Meteor scatter has been used for Morse code and voice communications primarily during meteor showers. Newer computer-based techniques make meteor scatter possible for distances up to 2 000 km.

A Regional allocation is sought for Region 1, where the following countries are already authorized to use all or part of this band: Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Africa, Sweden and United Kingdom.

Varna 2014 (no changes in Landshut 2017)

 Frequency

Maximum

Bandwidth

 Mode

 Usage

70.000

 

 70.090

 

1 000 Hz

 Telegraphy

MGM

 

 

Coordinated Beacons

70.090

70.100

1 000 Hz

Beacons

 Temporary and personal beacons

70.091 Personal WSPR beacons

70.100

 

  70.250

 

 2 700 Hz

 Telegraphy

SSB

MGM 

 70.185 Crossband center of activity

70.200 Telegraphy/SSB calling

70.250 MS calling

70.250

 

 70.294 

 

12 kHz

 

 AM / FM

70.260  AM/FM calling

70.270   MGM centre aof activity

70.294

 

 

 

  

 

70.500

 

 

12 kHz

 

 

FM Channels

12.5 kHz spacing

 

 

70.3125 digital communications

70.3250 digital communications

 

70.4500 FM calling

70.4625           

70.4750           

70.4875 digital communications

 Please see the IARU Region 1 VHF Handbook for details

 

VHF

VHF covers 30-300 MHz

On the following pages the official IARU Region 1 bandplans  currently valid for the 50 MHz, the 70 MHz , the 145 MHz, the 435 MHz and the microwave bands are set out. Only carefully considered modifications and/or additions have been made during the tri‑annual IARU Region 1 Conferences.

50 - 54 MHz

 

the 6 meter band (50-52 MHz)

This bandplan is the simplified version, without the footnotes. If you want to have the fully detailed bandplan please refer to the VHF managers Handbook

Landshut  2017 -

Frequency

Maximum Bandwidth Mode Usage

50.000

 

 

 

50.100

 

 

500 Hz

 

Telegraphy exclusive

(except Beacon Project)

 50.000 - 010 Region 1*

 50.010 - 020 Region 2*

 50.020 - 030 Region 3*

 50.050 CW future international center of activity

 50.090 Intercontinental  center of activity

50.100

 

 

 

50.200

 

 

2 700 Hz

 

Telegraphy

& SSB

 50.100 - 130   Intercontinental section

 50.110   Intercontinential center of activity

 50.130 - 200 International section

 50.150  International center of activity

50.200

 

50.300

 

2 700 Hz

 

Telegraphy

& SSB

 General usage

 50.285 for crossband

50.300

 

 

50.400

 

 

2 700 Hz

 

MGM

Narrowband

Telegrapy

 50.305 PSK Center of activity

 50.310 - 320  EME center of activity

 50.320 - 380  MS center of activity

50.400

 

 

50.500

 

 

1 000 Hz

 

 

MGM

Telegraphy

 

 

BEACONS EXCLUSIVE

50.401 MHz +/- 500Hz WSPR Beacons

50.500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

52.000

 

 

 

 

12 kHz

 

 

 

 

all mode

50.510    SSTV

50.520 - 540  Simplex FM Internet Voice Gateways

50.550   Image working frequency

50.600   RTTY (FSK)

50.620 - 750   Digital communications

50.630    Digital Voice (DV) calling

51.210 - 390  FM/DV Repeater Inputs

51.410 - 590  FM/DV Simplex

51.510    FM calling frequency

51.810 - 51.990  FM repeaters output channels

52.000

54.000

500 KHz All Mode  (*)


(*) In those Region 1 countries where 52 - 54 MHz (or parts thereof) is allocated, its use should be planned on the basis of up to 4 x 500 kHz blocks which may be sub-divided to suit digital applications. Amateurs using digital transmission methods must also ensure that their transmissions do not spread beyond band edges.

Overview of 50 MHz status in ITU Region 1 (Revised 26th Feb 2016 - ON4AVJ). Minor additions 1st June 2016 - G3PSM 

Country

Allocation Table or EFIS

Comments

Albania 50.0-52.0 MHz sec  
Algeria (PDR of)   ARA website
Andorra 50.0-52.0 MHz sec   
Angola (Republic of)    
Armenia (republic of)    
Austria 50.0-52.0 MHz sec max. 100 Watts
Azerbaijani Republic    
Bahrain (Kingdom of)

50.0-50.5 MHz primary,

50.5-52.0 MHz sec

RR 4.4 - 1500 Watts - A92IO Dec 2013
Belarus (Republic of) Not allowed  operation allowed 1994-1998 (BFRR)
Belgium 50.0-52.0 MHz sec  
Benin (Republic of)    
Bosnia and Hercegovina 50.0-52.0 MHz sec  
Botswana (Republic of) 50-54 MHz prim FN 5.169
Bulgaria (Republic of) 50.05-50.20 MHz sec Max 10 Watts  
Burkina Faso    
Burundi (Republic of) 50-54 MHz prim FN 5.169 (removed from footnote WRC-12)
Cameroon (Republic of)    
Cape Verde (Republic of)    
Central African Republic    
Chad (Republic of)    
Comoros (union of the)    
Congo (Democratic Republic of the) 50-54 MHz prim FN 5.169
Congo (Republic of)    
Côte d'Ivoire    
Croatia (Republic of) 50.0-51.9 MHz sec 100 Watts and max 12 kHz bandwidth
Cyprus (Republic of) 50.0-51.0 MHz sec  400 Watts
Czech Republic 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 20 Watts
Denmark 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 1 kW max
Djibouti (Republic of)    
Egypt (Arab Republic of)    
Equatorial Guinea (Republic of)    
Eritrea    
Estonia (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 1 kW max
Ethiopia (FDR of)    
Faroe Islands 50.0-52.0 MHz sec  
Finland 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 200 Watts PEP 

France

50.2-52.0 MHz sec 120 Watts PEP (RR 1.157) 
Gabonese Republic    
Gambia (Republic of the)    
Georgia    
Germany (Federal Republic of) 50.08-51.0 MHz sec 25 Watts ERP 
Ghana
Greece 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 Watts PEP 
Guinea (Republic of)    
Guinea-Bissau (Republic of)    
Hungary (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 10 Watts ERP 
Iceland 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 Watts 
Iraq (Republic of)    
Ireland 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 W updated IRTS July 2010
Israel (State of) 50-50.2 MHz sec 25 Watts PEP 
Italy 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 500 Watts
Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of) 50.0-51.5 MHz  
Kazakhstan (Republic of)    
Kenya (Republic of)    
Kuwait (State of)    
Kyrgyz Republic    
Latvia (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 sec  50 Watts
Lebanon   Not allowed
Lesotho (Kingdom of) 50.0-54.0 MHz prim FN 5.169
Liberia (Republic of)    
Liechtenstein (Principality of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 25 Watts ERP 
Lithuania (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec Class A operators only - 25 Watts EIRP 
Luxembourg 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 Watts ERP
Madagascar (Republic of)    
Malawi 50-54 MHz prim FN 5.169
Mali (Republic of)    
Malta 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 Watts PEP 
Mauretania (Islamic Republic of)    
Mauritius (Republic of)   not allowed (ops who activated 3B9C)
Moldova (Republic of)   not allowed (ARM)
Monaco (Principality of) 50.0-52.0 MHz  (http://www.arm.asso.mc/page21.html)
Montenegro 50.0-52.0 MHz sec   
Mongolia    
Morocco (Kingdom of)    
Mozambique (Republic of)    
Namibia (Republic of) 50.0-54.0 MHz prim FN 5.169
Netherlands (Kingdom of the) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec

30 - 120 Watts PEP
Niger (Republic of the)    
Nigeria (Federal Republic of) not in NAT (PB2T sept 04) amateur activity reported
Norway 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 Watts
Oman (Sultanate of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec as of June 2010. source ROARS A41KB
Poland (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec 100 Watts EIRP
Portugal 50.0-52.0 MHz sec
Starting 26 April 2012 the band was extended to 50-52 MHz sec with 25 Watts. (ICP-ANACOM). Power permitted now up to 300 Watts
Qatar (State of)    
Romania 50.0-52.0 MHz sec  25 Watts 
Russian Federation   Only allowed in the Crimean peninsular
Rwanda (Republic of) 50.0-54.0 MHz prim FN 5.169
San Marino (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec   
Sao Tome and Principe (Democratic Republic of)    
Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of) not allowed CITC webpage
Senegal (Republic of) 50.0-51.0 MHz prim

FN 5.169

Serbia 50.0-51.9 MHz sec FN70 (NN25)
Seychelles (Republic of)    
Sierra Leone    
Slovak Republic 50.0-52.0 MHz sec http://www.vus.sk/ntfs
Slovenia (Republic of) 50.0-52.0 MHz prim 100 Watts
Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya    
Somali Democratic Republic 50.0-54.0 MHz  http://www.somaliahamradio.8k.com/custom4.html
South Africa (Republic of) 50.0-54.0 MHz prim FN 5.169
Spain 50.0-52.0 MHz sec  600 Watts PEP and 1000 Watts for EME and MS outside cities.
Sudan (Republic of the)    
Swaziland (Kingdom of) 50.0-54.0 MHz prim FN 5.169
Sweden 50.0-52.0 MHz sec Max 200 Watts
Switzerland (Confederation of) 50.0-52.0 MHz sec

www.bakom.admin.ch/themen/frequenzen/00652/00654/index.html?lang=en www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1101;nb=11

Syrian Arab Republic    
Tajikistan (Republic of)    
Tanzania (United Republic of)    
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 50.0-52.0 MHz sec   
Togolese Republic    
Tunisia    
Turkey NAT: no Only with limited permission.   Not available at this time. 
Turkmenistan    
Uganda (Republic of)    
Ukraine    
United Arab Emirates    
United Kingdom of GB and NI (incl. Gibraltar) 50.0-51.0 MHz prim 51.0-52.0 MHz sec

50.0-51.0 MHz 400W (26dBw), 51.0-52.0 MHz 100 Watts (20dBw)

Uzbekistan (Republic of)    
Vatican City State 50.0-52.0 MHz sec   
Yemen (Republic of)    
Zambia (Republic of) 50-54 MHz prim FN 5.169
Zimbabwe (Republic of) 50-54 MHz prim FN 5.169