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40 Meters: Full Details

One of the five original shortwave bands allocated to amateurs in 1926, 40 Meters is considered the most reliable all-season DX band. Most useful for inter-continental communication at night and extremely useful for local contacts out to a range of 1000+ miles, depending on conditions.

For many years the portion of the band from 7100-7300 kilohertz has been allocated to shortwave broadcasters outside the Americas and not available to radio amateurs outside ITU Region 2. At the World Radio Conference WRC-03 in 2003 it was agreed that the broadcast stations would move out of the section 7100-7200 Khz on 29 March 2009 and that portion would become a worldwide exclusive amateur allocation afterwards. Discussions on releasing the remaining 100 kHz of the band to amateurs at a later date will continue in future conferences. Several European countries have now allowed amateur communication in the 7100-7200 kilohertz section on a shared non-interference basis as an initial act.


  793 results were returned in 80 pages from a total of 27032 records.

UP DN Frequency Callsign/Station Short Info Location Randomize
Repeater 7.100.000 Voice of Broad Masses One Power: 100 Asmara-Selae Daro, Eritrea [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info Voice of Broad Masses One located in Asmara-Selae Daro, Eritrea operating on 7100 Khz.
Repeater 7.100.000 Voice of Korea Power: 200 Kujang, Korea, North [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info Voice of Korea located in Kujang, Korea, North operating on 7100 Khz.
Repeater 7.100.000 Voice of Korea (KCBS) Power: 200 Kujang, Korea, North [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info Voice of Korea (KCBS) located in Kujang, Korea, North operating on 7100 Khz.
Repeater 7.105.000 ALR Power: 100 kW Shijak, Albania [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info Radio Tirana, Albania (Radio Tirana, Albania) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 0630 UTC to 0900 UTC from Shijak, Albania!
Repeater 7.105.000 RBL Power: 250 kW Minsk, Belarus [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info Radio Byelirussia (General Radio Frequency Centre) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 1500 UTC to 1700 UTC from Minsk, Belarus!
Repeater 7.105.000 RBL Power: 250 kW Minsk, Belarus [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info Radio Byelirussia (General Radio Frequency Centre) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 1700 UTC to 2300 UTC from Minsk, Belarus!
Repeater 7.105.000 IBB Power: 100 kW Biblis, Germany [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info International Broadcasting Bureauu (International Broadcasting Bureauu) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 0330 UTC to 0400 UTC from Biblis, Germany!
Repeater 7.105.000 IBB Power: 250 kW Wertachtal, Germany [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info International Broadcasting Bureauu (International Broadcasting Bureauu) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 1800 UTC to 1900 UTC from Wertachtal, Germany!
Repeater 7.105.000 IBB Power: 250 kW Thailand [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info International Broadcasting Bureauu (International Broadcasting Bureauu) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 1900 UTC to 1930 UTC from , Thailand!
Repeater 7.105.000 IBB Power: 100 kW Biblis, Germany [40 Meters] [mapper] [stumbler]
info International Broadcasting Bureauu (International Broadcasting Bureauu) broadcasting on 7105 kHz between 1930 UTC to 2000 UTC from Biblis, Germany!

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