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80 Meters (3.5 Mhz through 4 Mhz)

The 80 meter or 3.5 MHz band is a core amateur radio frequency band, allocated frequencies from 3.5 to 4.0 MHz in IARU Region 2, and generally 3.5 to 3.8 or 3.9 MHz in Regions 1 and 3 respectively. The portion of the band used for voice communications is sometimes referred to as "75 meters". One of the five original shortwave bands allocated to amateurs in 1926, 80 meters is the most popular band for regional communications networks through the late afternoon and evening hours. It is usually reliable for short to medium distance contacts, with average distances ranging from local contacts within 200 miles/300 km out to a distance of 1,000 miles/1,600 km or more, depending on atmospheric conditions.

Band Charts are for general information, please check your local band plan for operating privlages. For example; ARRL Band Plan or RSGB Band Plan.

Featured Frequencies

!! 927.900.000 N6TBQ Seaside, CA
N6TBQ Repeater located in Seaside, CA, United States operating on 927.9000 Mhz.
!! 443.600.000 W6MOW Salinas, CA
W6MOW Repeater located in Salinas, CA, United States operating on 443.6000 Mhz.
!! 147.180.000 W6WLS Felton, CA
W6WLS Repeater located in Felton, CA, United States operating on 147.1800 Mhz.

Relative Frequencies (3.8 Mhz) Display All

3.600.000 CRI Kunming
3.820.000 BBC Sines
3.995.000 DWL Sines
3.720.000 VOR Khabarovsk
3.650.000 RCI Skelton
3.625.000 RDP Lisbon-Sao Gabriel
3.710.000 CRI Kashi
3.720.000 RDP Lisbon-Sao Gabriel
3.735.000 CRI Kashi
3.995.000 DWL Skelton
3.695.000 VOR Khabarovsk
3.770.000 DWL Novosibirsk
3.670.000 CRI Bamako
3.710.000 IRB Kamalabad
3.640.000 RFI Monts
3.810.000 TOM Nauen
3.610.000 SYR Hama
3.935.000 Radio Reading Service Levin
3.590.000 VOR Novosibirsk
3.610.000 SYR Hama

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