|Tuesday, 17 May 2011 23:30|
Current frequency allocations to the Amateur Service and the Amateur Satellite Service from 30 MHz upwards and observed by CARS members, are set by the IARU Region 1 VHF/UHF/SHF working group in the VHF Managers handbook, which also gives some other useful information extracted from the ITU Radio Regulations. These allocations were established at the WARCs 1979 and maintained at the WARC 1991 (Torremolinos), 2000 (Istanbul) and 2003 (Geneva).
ITU Regulations strongly recommend that Radio Services use their frequency allocations rationally and economically. With an eye to the retention of the frequencies allocated to the Amateur Service and the Amateur Satellite Service it follows that full use should be made of all amateur bands, including the shared bands (Recommendation adopted at the IARU Region I Conference in Stresa, 1956).
CARS Repeater Frequencies in use:
Note1: The standard input offset for CARS 2m repeaters is -600KHz, and for 70cm repeaters -5MHz.
Note2: To access the D-STAR Repeater use "5B4CY C".
Note3: To access the D-STAR Gateway use "5B4CY G".
CARS Simplex Frequencies in use:
RV48 and RV50 Repeaters
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