U.S. Amateur Radio HF Band Plan
No Code Technicians do NOT have privileges on these bands. Upgrade your license to enjoy world-wide communications!

Developed by Gordon West, WB6NOA, Radio School, Inc. for exclusive use by ICOM America, Inc.

©1997, 1998 ICOM America, Inc.

The 10 meter band is full of summertime sporadic E skywave excitement! When the band "opens", expect BIG signals and LOW noise. Tech Plus and Novice ops can use voice, too!

With the right WARC antenna, 12 meters is a fun daytime band for skywave. Here, there's plenty of elbow room for CW & phone, and the noise levels run very low!

Sunspots or not, 15 meters offers sunup to sundown skywave excitement! Expect some late evening long path communications, too.

The 17 meter band is a WARC band that opens regularly for world wide DX with low noise & lots of elbow room. It's a great daytime and evening band for CW, data & phone.

The big DX band, 20 meters is packed with powerful signals from sunrise to midnight. ICOM's tight filters & IF-DSP can help you to pull in the weak ones.

CODE and DATA signals run 24 hours a day on the 30 meter "mid band". Let your computer or paddles have fun on 30!

Communicate several hundred miles during the day, and several thousand miles at night down here on 40 meters! Dodge those foreign broadcast stations with ICOM IF-DSP and experience some great nighttime DX. Novice and Tech Plus have CW privileges on 40 meters.

Get set for night time DX on the 75/80 meter band! If your powerline noise is low, string out a long wire & enjoy. Novice and Tech Plus can work CW on this band, too.

Calling all night owls! DX the oceans for some nice CW & phone QSO's. All it takes is a couple hundred feet of run out wire and a good, solid rig...like an ICOM.


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Developed by Gordon West, WB6NOA, Radio School, Inc. for exclusive use by ICOM America, Inc.

©1997, 1998 ICOM America, Inc.


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