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(For each band, only those license classes with privileges on that band are listed.
Technician licensees have no privileges below 30 MHz).


(US Amateur Transmitter Power Limits)

At all times, transmitter power must be the minimum necessary to carry out the desired communications. Unless otherwise noted, the maximum power output is 1500 watts PEP.
All classes are limited to 200 watts PEP in the 80, 40, and 15 meter Novice/Technician Plus subbands. Geographical power restrictions apply to the 70 cm, 33 cm and 23 cm bands.

 


 
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Back to top (80 Meters)

 


 
Back to top (40 Meters)

 


 
Back to top (30 Meters)

(Maximum power, 200 watts PEP. Amateurs must avoid interference to the fixed service outside the US.)

 


 
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Back to top (15 Meters)

 


 
Back to top (12 Meters)

 


 
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Back to top (6 Meters)

 


 
Back to top (2 Meters)

 


 
Back to top (1.25 Meters)

The FCC has allocated 219-220 MHz to amateur use on a secondary basis. This allocation is only for fixed digital message forwarding systems operated by all licensees except Novices. Amateur operations must not cause interference to, and must accept interference from, primary services in this and adjacent bands. Amateur stations are limited to 50 W PEP output and 100 kHz bandwidth. Automated Maritime Telecommunications Systems (AMTS) stations are the primary occupants in this band. Amateur stations within 398 miles of an AMTS station must notify the station in writing at least 30 days prior to beginning operations. Amateur stations within 50 miles of an AMTS station must get permission in writing from the AMTS station before beginning operations. ARRL Headquarters maintains a database of AMTS stations. The FCC requires that amateur operators provide written notification including the station's geographic location to the ARRL for inclusion in a database at least 30 days before beginning operations. See Section 97.303(e) of the FCC Rules.

 


 
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Back to top (Higher Frequencies)

  All modes and licensees (except Novices),
are authorized on the following bands [FCC Rules, Part 97.301(a)]:

2300-2310 MHz
2390-2450 MHz
3300-3500 MHz
5650-5925 MHz
10.0-10.5 GHz
24.0-24.25 GHz
47.0-47.2 GHz
75.5-81.0 GHz
119.98-120.02 GHz
142-149 GHz
241-250 GHz
All above 300 GHz