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COMMON PREFIXES OF COUNTRIES (2004)
Ø = Zero; “I.” = Island; “Is.” = Islands
UPDATED 4/04
PREFIX
COUNTRY
PREFIX
COUNTRY
PREFIX
COUNTRY
PREFIX
COUNTRY
PREFIX
COUNTRY
1AØ
1S, 9MØ
3A
3B6, 3B7
3B8
3B9
3C
3CØ
3D2
3D2
3D2
3DA
3V
3W
3X
3Y
3Y
4J-4K
4L
4P-4S
4U_UN
4U_ITU
4W
4X, 4Z
5A
5B
5H-5I
5N-5O
5R-5S
5T
5U
5V
5W
5X
5Y-5Z
6V-6W
6Y
7O
7P
7Q
7T-7Y
8P
8Q
8R
9A
9G
9H
9I, 9J
9K
9L
9MØ
9M2, 9M4
9M6, 9M8
9N
9Q-9T
9U
9V
9X
9Y-9Z
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A9
AA-AK
AP-AS
BS7
BT
BV
BV9P
BY
C2
C3
C5
C6
Sov. Mil. Order of Malta
Spratly Is.
Monaco
Agalega & St. Brandon Is.
Mauritius
Rodriguez I.
Equatorial Guinea
Annobon I.
Fiji Is.
Rotuma I.
Conway Reef
Swaziland
Tunisia
Vietnam
Guinea
Bouvet I.
Peter I I.
Azerbaijan
Georgia
Sri Lanka
United Nations HQ
ITU Headquarters
Timor-Leste
Israel
Libya
Cyprus
Tanzania
Nigeria
Madagascar
Mauritania
Niger
Togo
Western Samoa
Uganda
Kenya
Senegal
Jamaica
Yemen
Lesotho
Malawi
Algeria
Barbados
Maldive Is.
Guyana
Croatia
Ghana
Malta
Zambia
Kuwait
Sierra Leone
Spratly Is.
West Malaysia
East Malaysia
Nepal
Democratic Rep. of Congo
Burundi
Singapore
Rwanda
Trinidad & Tobago
Botswana
Tonga
Oman
Bhutan
United Arab Emirates
Qatar
Bahrain
USA
Pakistan
Scarborough Reef
China
Taiwan
Pratas I.
China
Nauru
Andorra
The Gambia
Bahamas
C8-C9
CA-CE
CEØX
CEØY
CEØZ
CE9
CM
CN
CO
CP
CT
CT3
CU
CV-CX
CYØ
CY9
D2, D3
D4
D6
DA-DL
DU-DZ
E2
E3
E4
EA-EH
EA6-EH6
EA8-EH8
EA9-EH9
EI-EJ
EK
EL
EM-EO
EP-EQ
ER
ES
ET
EU-EW
EX
EY
EZ
F
FG
FH
FJ
FK
FK/C
FM
FO
FO
FO
FO
FP
FR
FR/E
FR/G
FR/J
FR/T
FS
FT5W
FT5X
FT5Z
FW
FY
G
GC
GD
GH
GI
GJ
GM
GN
GP
GS
GT
GU
GW
GX
Mozambique
Chile
San Felix & San Ambrosio Is.
Easter I.
Juan Fernandez Is.
Antarctica
Cuba
Morocco
Cuba
Bolivia
Portugal
Madeira Is.
Azores
Uruguay
Sable I.
St. Paul I.
Angola
Cape Verde
Comoros
Germany
Philippines
Thailand
Eritrea
Palestine
Spain
Balearic Is.
Canary Is.
Ceuta & Melilla
Ireland
Armenia
Liberia
Ukraine
Iran
Moldova
Estonia
Ethiopia
Belarus
Kyrgzstan
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
France
Guadeloupe
Mayotte
Saint Martin
New Caledonia
Chesterfield Is.
Martinique
Austral I.
Clipperton I.
French Polynesia
Marquesas I.
St. Pierre & Miquelon
Reunion I.
Europa Is.
Glorioso Is.
Juan de Nova Is.
Tromelin I.
Saint Martin
Crozet Is.
Kerguelen Is.
Amsterdam & St. Paul Is.
Wallis & Futuna Is.
French Guiana
England
Wales
Isle of Man
Jersey
Northern Ireland
Jersey
Scotland
Northern Ireland
Guernsey
Scotland
Isle of Man
Guernsey
Wales
England
H4
H4Ø
HA
HB
HBØ
HC-HD
HC8-HD8
HFØ
HG
HH
HI
HJ-HK
HKØ
HKØ
HL
HO-HP
HQ-HR
HS, E2
HV
HZ
I
ISØ, IMØ
J2
J3
J5
J6
J7
J8
JA-JS
JD1
JD1
JT-JV
JW
JX
JY
K
KC4
KC6
KG4
KHØ
KH1
KH2
KH3
KH4
KH5
KH5K
KH6-KH7
KH7K
KH8
KH9
KL7
KP1
KP2
KP3-KP4
KP5
LA-LN
LO-LW
LU
LU
LU
LU
LX
LY
LZ
M
MD
MI
MJ
MM
MU
MW
N
OA-OC
OD
OE
OF-OI
OHØ
Solomon Is.
Temotu Province
Hungary
Switzerland
Liechtenstein
Ecuador
Galapagos Is.
South Shetland Is.
Hungary
Haiti
Dominican Republic
Colombia
San Andres & Providencia
Malpelo I.
South Korea
Panama
Honduras
Thailand
Vatican
Saudi Arabia
Italy
Sardinia
Djibouti
Grenada
Guinea-Bissau
St. Lucia
Dominica
St. Vincent
Japan
Minami-Torishima
Ogasawara
Mongolia
Svalbard
Jan Mayen
Jordan
U.S.A.
Antarctica
Palau
Guantanamo Bay
Marianas Is.
Baker & Howland Is.
Guam
Johnston I.
Midway I.
Palymra & Jarvis Is.
Kingman Reef
Hawaii
Kure I.
American Samoa
Wake I.
Alaska
Navassa I.
Virgin Is.
Puerto Rico
Desecheo I.
Norway
Argentina
South Georgia I.
South Shetland Is.
South Orkney Is.
South Sandwich Is.
Luxembourg
Lithuania
Bulgaria
England
Isle of Man
Northern Ireland
Jersey
Scotland
Guernsey
Wales
USA
Peru
Lebanon
Austria
Finland
Aland Is.
OJØ
OK-OL
OM
ON-OT
OX
OY
OZ
P2
P4
P5
PA-PI
PJ2, PJ4
PJ5-PJ8
PJ9
PP-PY
PPØ-PYØF
PPØ, PYØS
PPØ, PYØT
PZ
RA-RZ
RA-RZ
R1FJ
R1MV
SØ
S2
S5
S7
S9
SA-SM
SN-SR
ST
SU
SV/A
SV-SZ
SV5
SV9
T2
T3Ø
T31
T32
T33
T5
T7
T8
T9
TA-TC
TD
TE
TF
TG
TI
TI9
TJ
TK
TL
TN
TR
TT
TU
TY
TZ
UA2
UJ-UM
UN-UQ
UR-UZ
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
V8
VE
VK
VKØ
VKØ
VK9C
Market Reef
Czech Republic
Slovak Republic
Belgium
Greenland
Faroe Is.
Denmark
Papua New Guinea
Aruba
North Korea
Netherlands
Bonaire, Curacao
St. Maarten, Saba, St. Eustatius
Netherlands Antilles
Brazil
Fernando de Noronha
St. Peter & St. Paul Rocks
Trindade I. & Martim Vaz Is.
Surinam
European Russia
Asiatic Russia
Franz Josef Land
Malyj Vysotskij I.
Western Sahara
Bangladesh
Slovenia
Seychelles
Sao Tome & Principe
Sweden
Poland
Sudan
Egypt
Mount Athos
Greece
Dodecanese
Crete
Tuvalu
West Kiribati Is.
Central Kiribati Is.
East Kiribati Is.
Banaba I.
Somalia
San Marino
Palau
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Turkey
Guatemala
Costa Rica
Iceland
Guatemala
Costa Rica
Cocos I.
Cameroon
Corsica
Central African Republic
Congo
Gabon
Chad
Ivory Coast
Benin
Mali
Kaliningrad
Uzbekistan
Kazakhstan
Ukraine
Antigua & Barbuda
Belize
St. Kitts & Nevis
Namibia
Micronesia
Marshall Is.
Brunei, Darussalam
Canada
Australia
Heard I.
Macquarie I.
Cocos (Keeling) Is.
VK9L
VK9M
VK9N
VK9W
VK9X
VO
VP2E
VP2M
VP2V
VP5
VP6
VP8
VP8
VP8
VP8
VP8
VP8
VP9
VQ9
VS6
VU
VU
VU
VY
W
XA-XI
XA4-XI4
XT
XU
XV
XW
XX9
XY-XZ
YA
YB-YH
YI
YJ
YK
YL
YN
YO-YR
YS
YT-YU
YU3
YV-YY
YVØ
YZ
Z2
Z3
ZA
ZB2
ZC4
ZD7
ZD8
ZD9
ZF
ZK1
ZK1
ZK2
ZK3
ZL-ZM
ZL7
ZL8
ZL9
ZP
ZR-ZU
ZS8
Lord Howe I.
Mellish Reef
Norfolk I.
Willis I.
Christmas I.
Canada
Anguilla
Montserrat
British Virgin Is.
Turks & Caicos Is.
Pitcairn I.
Antarctica
Falkland Is.
South Georgia I.
South Shetland Is.
South Orkney Is.
South Sandwich Is.
Bermuda
Chagos Is.
Hong Kong
Andaman & Nicobar Is.
Laccadive Is.
India
Canada
USA
Mexico
Revilla Gigedo
Burkina Faso
Cambodia
Vietnam
Laos
Macao
Myanmar
Afghanistan
Indonesia
Iraq
Vanuatu
Syria
Latvia
Nicaragua
Romania
El Salvador
Serbia & Montenegro
Slovenia
Venezuela
Aves I.
Serbia & Montenegro
Zimbabwe
Macedonia
Albania
Gibraltar
UK Sov. Base on Cyprus
St. Helena I.
Ascension I.
Tristan da Cunha & Gough Is.
Cayman Is.
South Cook Is.
North Cook Is.
Niue
Tokelau Is.
New Zealand
Chatham Is.
Kermadec Is.
Auckland & Campbell Is.
Paraguay
South Africa
Prince Edward & Marion Is.
BAND PLAN FREQUENCY ASSIGNMENTS
23-cm, 1240-1300 MHz ARRL Band Plan
ARRL 70-cm Wavelength Band Plan, 420-450 MHz
ARRL 33-cm Wavelength Band Plan, 902-928 MHz (cont.)
MHz
MHz
MHz
1240-1246
1246-1248
Use
ATV #1
Narrow-bandwidth FM point-to-point links and
digital, duplex with 1258-1260 MHz
1248-1252
Digital communications
1252-1258
ATV #2
1258-1260
Narrow-bandwidth FM point-to-point links and
digital, duplexed with 1246-1252 MHz
1260-1270
Satellite uplinks
1260-1270
Wide-bandwidth experimental, simplex ATV
1270-1276
Repeater inputs, FM and linear, paired with
1282-1288 MHz, 239 pairs every 25 kHz,
e.g., 1270.025, 1270.050, 1270.075, etc.,
1271.0-1238.0 MHz uncoordinated test pair
1276-1282
ATV #3
1282-1288
Repeater outputs, paired with 1270-1276 MHz
1288-1294
Wide-bandwidth experimental, simplex ATV
1294-1295
Narrow-bandwidth FM simplex services,
25 kHz channels
1294.5
National FM simplex calling frequency
1295-1297
Narrow bandwidth weak-signal communications (no FM)
1295.0-1295.8 SSTV, FAX, ACSB, experimental
1295.8-1296.0 Reserved for EME, CW expansion
1296.0-1296.05 EME exclusive
1296.07-1296.08 CW beacons
1296.1
CW, SSB calling frequency
1296.4-1296.6 Crossband linear translator input
1296.6-1296.8 Crossband linear translator output
1296.8-1297.0 Experimental beacons (exclusive)
1297-1300
Digital communications
Use
420.00-426.00 ATV repeater or simplex with 421.25 MHz video
carrier control links and experimental
426.00-432.00 ATV simplex with 427.250 MHz video carrier frequency
432.00-432.08 EME (Earth-Moon-Earth)
432.08-432.10 Weak-signal CW
432.100
70 cm CW/SSB calling frequency
432.10-433.00 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
432.30-432.40 New beacon band
433.00-435.00 Auxiliary/repeater links
435.00-438.00 Satellite only uplink/downlink
438.00-444.00 ATV repeater input with 439.250 MHz video
carrier frequency and repeater links
442.00-445.00 Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)
445.00-447.00 Shared by auxiliary and control links, repeaters
and simplex (local option); 446.00 MHz national
simplex frequency
447.00-450.00 Repeater inputs and outputs
ARRL 33-cm Wavelength Band Plan, 902-928 MHz
MHz
Use
902-904
902.0-902.8
902.8-903.0
903.0-903.05
903.07-903.08
903.1
903.4-903.6
903.6-903.8
903.8-904.0
Narrow-bandwidth, weak-signal communications
SSTV, FAX, ACSB, experimental
Reserved for EME, CW expansion
EME exclusive
CW beacons
CW, SSB calling frequency
Crossband linear translator inputs
Crossband linear translator outputs
Experimental beacons exclusive
Use
904-906
906-907
906.50
907-910
Digital communications
Narrow bandwidth FM-simplex services, 25 kHz channels
National simplex frequency
FM repeater inputs paired with 919-922 MHz; 119 pairs
every 25 kHz; e.g., 907.025, 907.050, 907.075, etc.,
908-920 MHz uncoordinated pair
910-916
ATV
916-918
Digital communications
918-919
Narrow-bandwidth, FM control links and remote bases
919-922
FM repeater outputs, paired with 907-910 MHz
922-928
Wide-bandwidth experimental, simplex ATV, Spread Spectrum
ARRL 2 Meter Wavelength Band Plan, 144-148 MHz
MHz
Use
144.00-144.05
144.275-144.300
144.06-144.10
144.10-144.20
144.200
144.200-144.275
144.275-144.300
144.30-144.50
144.50-144.60
144.60-144.90
144.90-145.10
145.10-145.20
145.20-145.50
145.50-145.80
145.80-146.00
146.01-146.37
EME (CW)
Propagation beacons
General CW and weak signals
EME and weak-signal SSB
National SSB calling frequency
General SSB operation, upper sideband
Beacon band
OSCAR subband plus simplex
Linear translator outputs
FM repeater inputs
Weak signal and FM simplex
Linear translator outputs plus packet
FM repeater outputs
Miscellaneous and experimental modes
OSCAR subband – satellite use only!
Repeater inputs
146.40-146.58 Simplex
146.61-146.97 Repeater outputs
ARRL 2 Meter Wavelength Band Plan, 144-148 MHz (cont.)
MHz
Use
147.00-147.39 Repeater outputs
147.42-147.57 Simplex
147.60-147.99 Repeater inputs
ARRL 6 Meter Wavelength Band Plan, 50.0-54.0 MHz
MHz
Use
50.000-50.100 CW and beacons
50.060-50.080 U.S. beacons
50.100-50.600 SSB
50.125
SSB DX calling frequency
50.200
SSB domestic calling frequency (Note: Suggest
QSY up for local & down for long-distance QSOs)
50.400
AM calling frequency
50.600-51.000 Experimental and special modes
50.700
RTTY calling frequency
50.800-50.980 Radio Control (R/C) channels, 10 channels spaced
20 kHz apart (new)
51.000-51.100 Pacific DX window
51.000-52.000 Newly authorized FM repeater allocation
51.100-52.000 FM simplex
52.000-52.050 Pacific DX window
52.000-53.000 FM repeater and simplex
53.000-54.000 Present radio control (R/C) channels, 10 channels
spaced 100 kHz apart
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL NOTE: Southern California, plus other major metropolitan cities throughout the country, may adopt local 2 Meter band plans slightly different than what appears here. See your local Icom dealer for more local details.© 2004 Icom America Inc. The Icom logo is a registered trademark of Icom Inc. 6836
AMATEUR RADIO BAND PLAN
UHF/VHF
1240 46
1240
900
NOVICE VOICE AND DATA*
52
58 60
70
76
82
N O V I C E
88
94 95 97 1300 MHz
V O I C E
1296.1 SSB
1294.5 FM
band
902 904
06 07
910
916
918 919
922
928 MHz
band
902.1 SSB
AMATEUR TELEVISION FAST SCAN
SATELLITE (NO FM)
440
CW AND WEAK SIGNAL (NO FM)
DIGITAL
222
FM SIMPLEX
band
*420-430 MHz not available along Canadian corridor
*420
426
432 32.125 33 35 438
222
222.34
223
442
445 447
223.38
N O V I C E
V O I C E
A L L
224
450 MHz
432.1 SSB
446 FM
225 MHz
B A N D
222.1 SSB
223.5 FM
band
SSB
2
FM REPEATER
144
.1
.3
.5 .6 .9 145.1 .2
.5
.8 146 .4 .6 .61 147
.39 .42 .6
148 MHz
NO FM!
NO FM!
SSB
meters
144.2 SSB
146.52 FM
SATELLITE ONLY (NO FM)
6
DX WINDOW 50.100 - 50.125
50 .1
PACIFIC DX WINDOW 51.000 - 51.100
51 .1
52.05
53
54 MHz
50.125 SSB
52.525 FM
meters
NO CODE TECHNICIANS HAVE ALL PRIVILEGES ON THESE BANDS
HF Bands
NATIONAL CALLING FREQUENCY
CALLING FREQUENCY 28.4
10
NOVICE/TECHNICIAN W/CODE, CW*
12
NOVICE/TECHNICIAN PLUS, VOICE*
GENERAL VOICE, CW, SSTV, FAX
28 28.1
ADVANCED VOICE, CW, SSTV, FAX*
meters
17
29.3
30
24.930
24.990 MHz
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
21.025
21.1
21.2 21.225
21.3
60
160
21.450 MHz
NOV/TECH+/CODE
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
meters
18.068
18.1
18.11
18.168 MHz
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
meters
14
14.025
14.150 14.175
14.225
SSTV 14.230
14.350 MHz
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
meters
CW & FSK ONLY – MAXIMUM POWER 200 WATTS OUTPUT
10.1
10.150 MHz
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
meters
7.025
DX WINDOWS
7.100
7.150
SSTV 7.171
7.225
7.300 MHz
NOV/TECH+/CODE
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
CW ONLY
meters
60 METERS IS CHANNELIZED – MAXIMUM 50 WATTS ERP USB ONLY
meters
TUNING FREQUENCY
CHANNEL CENTER
3.5 3.525
75/80
SSTV 21.340
CW ONLY
7
40
29.7 MHz
NOV/TECH+/CODE
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
RTTY CW
20
FM SIMPLEX 29.600
29.5 29.6
meters
NO PRIVILEGES
*Grandfathered
29.0
24.890
EXTRA VOICE, CW, SSTV, FAX
CW, FSK
SATELLITES DOWNLINK 29.300 - 29.510
28.5
CW & DATA
21
15
28.3
5.330.50 MHz
5.332.00 MHz
5.346.50 MHz
5.348.00 MHz
5.366.50 MHz
5.368.00 MHz
5.371.50 MHz
5.373.00 MHz
DX WINDOW 3.790 - 3.800 SSTV 3.845
3.675 3.700 3.725 3.750 3.775
3.850
CW ONLY
meters
1.8
DX WINDOW 1.830 - 1.850 (UNOFFICIAL)
5.403.50 MHz
5.405.00 MHz
GEN/ADV/EXTRA
4.0 MHz
NOV/TECH+/CODE
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
2.0 MHz
GEN
ADV*
EXTRA
meters
All old & new license classes retain their
operating privileges after April 15, 2000.
Developed by Gordon West, WB6NOA,
RADIO SCHOOL, INC., for exclusive use by
Icom America Inc.
© 2004 Icom America Inc. The Icom logo is a registered trademark of Icom Inc. Visit us on the web at www.icomamerica.com.
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