WYNSORC 33 Centimeters (902-928) Band Plan

Amateur and Land Mobile Secondary

         

902.0- 903.0      Repeater inputs 25 MHz Splits 25 KHz spaced 

903.1 - 903.2      CW, SSB, EME

903.2                   NATIONAL SSB CALLING FREQUENCY (LOCAL) 

903.2 - 903.3     SSB, SSTV, FAX, PACKET (BW <=2.5 kHz) AM, AMTOR

903.3 - 903.32   PROPAGATION BEACON NETWORK

903.32 - 903.4   GENERAL PROPAGATION BEACONS

903.4  - 903.5    SSB, SSTV, ACSSB, FAX, PACKET (BW <=2.5 kHz) 

                             AM, AMTOR, EXPERIMENTAL (BW <= 2.5 kHz)
903.5  - 903.7    CROSS BAND LINEAR TRANSLATOR INPUTS
903.7 - 903.9     CROSS BAND LINEAR TRANSLATOR OUTPUTS

903.9 - 904.0    EXPERIMENTAL BEACONS 

904.0 - 904.3    CONTROL AND AUXILIARY LINKS

904.3 - 904.5    FM SIMPLEX (25 kHz CHANNELING) 

904.5                  NATIONAL FM CALLING FREQUENCY

904.5 - 905.0    FM SIMPLEX (25 kHz CHANNELING)
 

905.0 - 907.0     HIGH RATE DATA (>=4800 B, DUPLEX)
907.0 - 908.0    Packet or EME, TTY 

 

910.0 - 916.0      PAIRED WITH 922.0 928.0 AND 439.0 MHz)

916.0 - 916.5      PACKET (<= 2400 B, 25 kHz CHANNELING)

916.5 - 919.0      HIGH RATE DATA (>=4800 B , DUPLEX) 

919.0 - 927.0     Fast Scan Simplex or Repeater, Spread Spectrum 

927.0 - 928.0    Repeater outputs 25 MHz splits 25 KHz spaced 

Notes:

    

  1. It is suggested that the full 902 to 903 and 927 to 928 segment be utilized for repeater use.
     
  2. The band can be divided as 25 KHz channels ultimately there is serious doubt that this
    spectrum will get filled to the capacity that the 440 segment of UHF has seen.
     
  3. 25 KHz spacing yields 39 channels with guard bands at each end.
     
  4. The Council will determine how the spectrum should be utilized for channel spacing, if
    the committee finds that it would be hard pressed to fill all 39 channels at 25 KHz in a metropolitan area. Further to this, co-site separation can be calculated by a more forgiving format, as site separation at these frequencies can be closer than used at the lower UHF, and VHF frequencies without co-site interference.
     
  5. Packet spectrum, which at this time seems to non-existent in the 902-903 region can be moved up to 907-909 any existing repeater would have the option of protection in this spectrum, or migrate to the new repeater format.
     
  6. 919-920 MHz spectrum can be utilized for simplex channels, or any mode that may have been displaced.