10.0 - 10.5 GHz

The 3 cm 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 seeks to retain at least secondary allocation status in the band 10 – 10.5 GHz and an upgrade to primary status the sub-band 10.35 – 10.45 GHz. The amateur-satellite service seeks to retain access to the band 10.45 – 10.5 GHz and upgrade its status to primary.

Relevant EU footnotes

EU17 In the sub-bands 3 400 - 3 410 MHz, 5 660 - 5 670 MHz, 10.36 - 10.37 GHz, 10.45 - 10.46 GHz the amateur service operates on a secondary basis. In making assignments to other services, CEPT administrations are requested wherever possible to maintain these sub-bands in such a way as to afcilitate the reception of amateur emissions with minimal power flux densities.

EU23 In the sub-bands 5 660 - 5 670 MHz (earth to space), 5 830 - 5 850 MHz (space to earth) and 10.45 - 10.50 GHz the amateur-satellite service additionally operates on a secondary and non interference basis to other services. In making assignments to other services, CEPT administrations are requested wherever possible to maintain these allocations in such a way as to facilitate the reception of amateur emissions with minimal power flux densities.

 

Bandplan - Varna 2014 (no changes in Landshut 2017)

Frequency

Maximum Bandwidth Mode Usage

 10000.000

 10150.000

  MGM  

 10150.000

 10250.000

  All modes  

 10250.000

 10350.000

   MGM  

 10350.000

 10368.000

  All modes  

 10368.000

 10368.800

2 700 Hz All modes  10.3682 Narrow band center of activity
 10368.750-10368.800 Local Beacon

 10368.800

 10368.990

     Beacons only

 10369.000

 10370.000

2 700 Hz  All modes  

 10370.000

 10450.000

  All modes  

 10450.000

 10500.000

  All modes

 10.450-10.452 Narrow band modes in countries where 10.368-10.370 is not available

 AMATEUR SATELLITE SERVICE

Please see the IARU Region-1 VHF Handbook for details