Radio division:150KHz-30MHz


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150kHz to 30Mhz completely surfing Manual

According to international agreements, the radio frequency is divided and supplied to different users. Although there are some exceptions, but most stations use licensed frequencies, are described below:

150 kHz and below: the frequency of the radio waves can not ionospheric propagation, but can be very good penetration into the depths of the ocean. So you can do a lot of military submarine communications stations in this band.

150 to 540 kHz: This is a lot of SWLs about the long-wave band. Most of the signal you can hear some beacons, repeating Morse code callsign. In Europe, the broadcast band from 155 to 281 kHz. In the high-end of the band, you can receive some RTTY signal. Marine weather and safety broadcasts, as we all know VTEX transmitter on 512 kHz. This band’s best receiver moment in the evening, especially in the fall and winter seasons.

540 to 1700 kHz: Here is a medium-wave broadcasting, the AM band to the end of 1600 kHz AM broadcast band but at the end of 1700 kHz, from 1610 to 1700 kHz is the new “X” or “extended” band . The new radio band broadcast in the “X” in 1997, the “X” band provides excellent DX listening to opportunities.

1700 to 1800 kHz: This is a wide variety of radio communication signals “grab bag” some lighthouses and navigation signal, you can hear the sound of the chirp chirping, this is used to fish transportation positioning signal and the exploration of offshore oil wells.

1800 to 2000 kHz: This is a 160-meter amateur radio band, the majority of voice communications using LSB mode, the best reception of the night in the fall and winter seasons.

2000 to 2300 kHz: This band used for maritime communications, reserved for emergency rescue frequency 2182 kHz. There are regular marine weather broadcast, most using USB mode, the best reception is at night.

2300 to 2498 kHz: This is a 120-meter broadcasting band, main tropical Radio.
2498 to 2850 kHz: maritime radio stations, such as the standard time and frequency broadcast station as 2500kHz WWV WWVH found here.

2850 to 3150 kHz: This band is mainly USB aviation radio. Some aviation weather report on the radio, you can hear the communication between the airport and aircraft.

3150 to 3200 kHz: This band is allocated to the fixed station, the most common means of communication is RTTY.

3200 to 3400 kHz: This is a very interesting band. This is our 90-meter broadcasting band, some tropical regions of radio use. CHU Canada standard time and frequency stations can 3330kHz hear some fixed stations also use this band the best reception time in the evening.

3400 to 3500 kHz: This band is used in USB mode aviation communication. .

3500 to 4000 kHz: This is the 80-meter amateur radio band. The range of 3500 to 3750 kHz for CW and RTTY communications, and the rest of the band for the LSB voice broadcast. In Europe and Africa, 3900 to 4000 kHz frequency broadcast band. Best reception in the evening.

4000 to 4063 kHz: This is a fixed radio bands, mainly for military communications in SSB.

4063 to 4438 kHz: This band is used for maritime communications in USB, the 4125 kHz is used for the call.

4438 to 4650 kHz: this range of frequencies for a USB communication fixed station and a mobile station.

4750 to 4995 kHz: This is the 60-meter broadcasting band, used mainly by the tropical regions of some radio. The best time of receiving the evening and night of the fall and winter seasons. Your stations to the east in the winter, in one to two hours before sunset began to decline, and the sunset in the west station you one to two hours before the beginning of the decline.

4995 to 5005 kHz: This band is the international standard time and frequency stations. You can be heard on 5000 kHz WWV and WWVH.

5005 to 5450 kHz: This band is very confusing! The low end of this band some radio stations, as well as SSB fixed stations and mobile stations, RTTY and CW can be heard throughout the band. The best reception is during the evening and night.

5450 to 5730 kHz: This is another USB mode aviation band.

5730 to 5950 kHz: Another mixed band! The past few years, this band has been fixed station of the U.S. government to occupy, use USB and RTTY modes. The contingent Seoul, here you can also find several radio stations.

5950 to 6200 kHz: This is a 49-meter broadcasting band, full of the signal within a few hours in the afternoon after sunrise.

6200 to 6525 kHz: This is a very crowded maritime communications band, using the USB mode and various FSK mode, such as the AMTOR and FEC.

6525 to 6765 kHz: This is a crowded band, and this is the USB aeronautical communications. The best reception is during the evening and night.

6765 to 7000 kHz: This band is occupied by the fixed station, using SSB, CW, FAX mode, and a wide variety of digital communication mode.

7000 to 7300 kHz: 7000 to 7100 kHz range is the world of amateur radio band, despite the occasional broadcast will also appear here. In North and South America, from 7100 to 7300 kHz range is dedicated amateur radio band, but in other parts of the world for broadcast. Some broadcasters in order to cover the areas of North and South America, the result is very serious interference in the evening and at night. HAM used in the 7000-7150 kHz CW and RTTY, 7150 to the 7300kHz use the LSB. The best time of receiving the afternoon to the morning, listen to some HAM all day in this band keep.

7300 to 8195 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations, although some radio stations broadcasting here. This band using FSK and digital modes.

8195 to 8815 kHz: in the afternoon to early morning here is busy maritime communications band, there are a crowded USB and FSK signal.

8815 to 9040 kHz: This is another aeronautical communications band, full USB signal. You can also hear the aviation weather forecasting stations.

9040 to 9500 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes. But also some signal of Radio International.

9500 to 9900 kHz: This is the 31-meter international broadcasting band, filled the radio stations around the world. The best time of receiving the afternoon to the morning, especially in the winter, some of the radio all day and be heard.

9900 to 9995 kHz: some international radio stations using FSK mode with fixed stations.

9995 to 10005 kHz: Here is the standard time and frequency broadcast station, such as 10000 kHz WWV and WWVH.

10005 to 10100 kHz: This frequency is used for aeronautical communications.

10100 to 10150 kHz: This is a 30 meter amateur radio band operating in this band is strictly limited to the CW and RTTY.

10150 to 11175 kHz: Fixed stations use this band. In addition to the different FSK and digital modes, you can also hear some SSB mode relay Radio International. These stations transmit programs to the areas served by satellite downlinks.

11175 to 11400 kHz: This band aeronautical communications for USB.

11400 to 11650 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes. But also some signal of Radio International.

11650 to 11975 kHz: This is the 25-meter international broadcasting band, you can hear all day radio broadcasts.

11975 to 12330 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes. But also some signal of Radio International.

12330 to 13200 kHz: whether it is day or night, and here is busy maritime communications band, filled with USB and various FSK signal.

13200 to 13360 kHz: whether it is day or night, you can hear the USB mode of aeronautical communications.

13360 to 13600 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes.

13600 to 13800 kHz: This is the 22-meter international broadcasting band, with best reception is during the day and evening.

13800 to 14000 kHz: used by fixed stations, most communication using FSK mode.

14000 to 14350 kHz: This is the 20-meter amateur radio band, low-end 100kHz for CW and RTTY, the rest frequency using a USB mode (HAM in the United States can not be used below 14150 kHz SSB) receiving daytime and evening.

14350 to 14490 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes.

14990 to 15010 kHz: Here is the standard time and frequency broadcast station, such as 15000 kHz WWV and WWVH.

15010 to 15100 kHz: This band aeronautical communications for USB mode, though can also find a number of international radio stations.

15100 to 15600 kHz: This is the 19-meter international broadcasting band, you can hear all day radio broadcasts.

15600 to 16460 kHz: This band is mainly by using USB, FSK and digital modes fixed station use.

16460 to 17360 kHz: This band is shared by the maritime and fixed stations, the use of USB, FSK and digital modes. The best receiving time during the day.

17360 to 17550 kHz: This band is shared by aviation and fixed stations, the use of USB, FSK and digital modes.

17550 to 17900 kHz: This is the 16-meter international broadcasting band, with best reception in the daytime.

17900 to 18030 kHz: This band aeronautical communications for USB mode.

18030 to 18068 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes.

18068 to 18168 kHz: This is the 17-meter amateur radio bands, using CW, RTTY, and USB mode.

18 168 to 19990 kHz: This band is used for fixed stations can also find some of the maritime radio. Most traffic is in FSK and digital modes. 19954kHz is a very interesting frequency decades with to do Soviet someone manipulation spacecraft flag signal. Usually only during the day and have a good reception.

19990 to 20010 kHz: Here is the standard time and frequency broadcast station, such as 15000 kHz WWV and WWVH, receiving the best time during the day.

20010 to 21000 kHz: This frequency is mainly used for fixed stations, some air radio. Most communications using CW, RTTY, and USB mode.

21000 to 21450 kHz: This is a 15-meter amateur radio band. Use at the beginning of the 200 kHz CW and RTTY modes. Be used in the rest of the frequency SSB mode. Best reception during the day.

21450 to 21850 kHz: This is the 13-meter international broadcasting band, with best reception in the daytime.

21850 to 22000 kHz: This band is shared by aviation and fixed stations, the use of USB, FSK and digital modes.

22000 to 22855 kHz: This band is mainly the use of maritime radio by using FSK and digital modes. The best reception time period of sunspot activity during the day.

22855 to 23200 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes.

23200 to 23350 kHz: Here can be found using a USB aviation station.

23350 to 24890 kHz: This band is mainly used by fixed stations using FSK and digital modes.

24890 to 24990 kHz: This is a 15-meter amateur radio band. CW, FSK and RTTY mode. The best reception time period of sunspot activity during the day.

24990 to 25010 kHz: This frequency is used for standard time and frequency dissemination stage, despite the absence of radio stations operating in this band on.

25010 to 25550 kHz: This band is used for fixed, mobile, maritime stations, many of which are some small power stations, installed in the truck, a taxi, a small motorboat. Usually use USB and AM, FM having 5 kHz. The best time of receiving the sunspot activity during the day or a sporadic-E propagation opening.

25550 to 25670 kHz: This band is reserved for astronomical broadcast, the current station has not.
25670 to 26100 kHz: This is the 13-meter international broadcasting band, however, only Radio France International broadcast. The best reception time period of sunspot activity during the day.

26100 to 28000 kHz: This band is used for fixed, mobile, maritime stations, many of which are some small power stations, installed in the truck, a taxi, a small motorboat. Usually use USB and AM, FM having 5 kHz. Citizens Band (CB) here from 26965 to 27405 kHz, the best receiver time period of sunspot activity during the day or burst of electromagnetic radiation E open.

28000 to 29700 kHz: This is a 10-meter amateur radio band. 28300 to 28600 kHz USB signal is in 29600kHz on the use of the FM mode. The best time of receiving the sunspot activity during the day or a sporadic-E propagation opening.

29700 to 30000 kHz: small-power fixed and mobile stations using the band, the main use of 5kHz steps FM mode.


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