World Wide 6m Allocation List

==As of Feb.2009== Edited by Shirow KINOSHITA JF6DEA/KE1EO



このページでは,世界の50MHzの運用条件を紹介します。

This page is listed world wide 6m allocation for each entity.

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Region 1 : Europe, Africa and Middle East
Entity
Prifix
Frequency [MHz]
Max PWR Licenced
Mode
Rmks
050.000001000000200000030000040000050000051000520005300054 [W] SSB CW FM RY
Reg.1 50.0 52.0 - - - - -
4U1ITU 50.0 52.0 1000 O O O? O?
C3 00.0 ? O O O? O? Special
licence
CT NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
DL 00.0050.08 51.0 25 O O X X Horiz.
Only
EA 50.0 50.2 10 O O O? O?
EI 50.0 52.0 100 O O O? O?
F 00000000000000050.2 51.2 5 EIRP
100 EIRP
O O O O?
G 50.0 52.0 100 O O O O
HB9 50.0 52.0 100 O O O O
I 50.0 51.0 10 O O O? O?
LA 50.0 52.0 100 O O O O
LX 50.0 52.0 100 O O O O
LY 50.0 52.0 50 O O O? O?
OE 50.0 52.0 100 O O x O
OH 50.0 52.0 200 pep O O O? O? 970401-031130
ON 50.0 50.450 120 SSB O O O? O?
OZ 50.0 52.0 1000 O O O? O?
PA 50.0 52.0 120 pep O O O? O?
SM 50.0 52.0 200 O O O X
SP 50.0 52.0 10 O O X X
SV NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
TK ===Not Allowed!!=== - X X X X
UR NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
A4 50.0 50.500 100 O O O O No Antenna restriction
4X NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
8Q NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
JY NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
5R NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
FH 50.0 52.0 120 pep O O O? O? Maybe,Not sure
FR 00000000000000050.2 51.2 100 EIRP O O O O?
FR/J,FR/E,
FR/T
50.0 52.0 120 pep O O O? O? Only Expedition
FT#W,FT#X,
FT#Y,FT#Z
50.0 52.0 120 pep O O O? O?
ZS NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?

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Region 2 : North and South America
Entity
Prifix
Frequency [MHz]
Max PWR Licenced
Mode
Rmks
050.000001000000200000030000040000050000051000520005300054 [W] SSB CW FM RY
Reg.2 00.0 - - - - -
FM,FG,FO0,
FP,FS,FY
00.0 120 O O O O
TI NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
W 00.0 1500 O O O O
CX NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
HK NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
LU 00.0 ? O O O ?
PY NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
YV NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
ZP 00.0 1000 O O O O

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Region 3 : Asia and Pacific
Entity
Prifix
Frequency [MHz]
Max PWR Licenced
Mode
Rmks
050.000001000000200000030000040000050000051000520005300054 [W] SSB CW FM RY
Reg.3 00.0 - - - - -
9M2 00.0 400 O O O O
9M6 NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
BV 50.0 50.0125 CW Only
0000.0050.110 50.1225 SSB Only
600 O O x x
BY 00.0 ?? O O x x
HS ===Not Allowed!!=== - X X X X
JA 00.0 1000 O O O O
UN 00.0 10 O O x x
VU 00.000000000000000000000050.350 0000050.550 ? O O O x
VR2 00050.05 51.50
00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.0052.025 52.110
150? O O x x
XU 00.0 100 O O O O Not allowed other mode
9V 00.0050.08 50.18, No QRV on 50.100/125/150/175 ? O O O? O?
DU NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
FK,FW,
TX
00.0 120 pep O O O? O?
FO/a,FO/m,
FO
00.0 120 pep O O O? O?
P2 NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
T8 NEED INFO! ? O O O? O?
VK 00.0 400 O O O O
ZL 00.0 ? O O O O

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Region 1 : Europe, Africa and Middle East
Region 1 50MHz Band plan

50.000 -50.100    CW 
  50.020 - 50.080  Beacons 
  50.090           CW activity centre 
50.100 - 50.500   All norrow modes; CW SSB etc 
  50.100 - 50.130  DX window
  50.110           Intercontinental calling frequency
  50.150           Eu SSB calling frequency
  50.185           Crossband working frequenncy
  50.200           Random meteor scatter CW/SSB frequency
50.500 - 51.000   All modes
  50.510           SSTV
  50.550           Facsimile
  50.600           RTTY
  50.620 - 50.750  Digital transmissions
51.000 - 52.000   All modes 
  51.210 - 51.390  Repeater input
  51.410 - 51.590  FM
  51.810 - 51.990  Repeater output.
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EA : Spain
Information from EA7KW/EH7KW via NI6E

Spain (EA)
Basically not allowed but operational under special licence on 50.0 - 50.2MHz.
There are special permits granted to Extra Class Spanish only licensed.
The 50 MHz in Spain is a no CEPT license band included.

Hams allowed must use only the EH prefix instead of the regular EA, 
6 dB maximum gain antennas and 10 Watts output.
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F : France , TK : Corsica & FR : Reunion
Information from F5MAA:Xavier

FRANCE (F)
50.2 - 51.2
All modes : CW, SSB, FM, digital
only fixe or portable operations
Power : 5 W EIRP or 100 W EIRP depending on location
LOT of restricted areas (TV transmitters or other services)
Only for French amateur radio (i.e. no CEPT reciprocity).
Examples: F/TK5XX/P, F/FY5XX/P, F5XX/P = OK
          F/EA5XX/P, TK/ON5XX/P = NOT OK = PIRATES = SHAME ON THEM
      but FY/EA5XX/P, FO/ON5XX/P = OK

CORSICA (TK)
NO 6m band on the island

REUNION (FR)
same as FRANCE with 100 W EIRP
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HB9 : Switzerland
Information from HB9RUZ

Frequency range: 50-52MHz for band plan please consult:www.uska.ch
Max Power : 100W
Licensed Mode: any mode valid in HB9   (e.g. CW,FM,SSB,RTTY, narrow band
digital modes)
Licensed class: Swiss or CEPT classses 1 and 2

If you wish to use the 6m band in Switzerland, it is mandatory to get
a special permission from the telecommunication authoritiy.
See www.bakom.ch

Restriction of area: no
Restriction on polarization: no
Restriction on antenna gain:  no
Restriction on antenna height: not by telecommunication authorities
Permitted mobile operation: yes
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I : Italy
GENERAL INFORMATION from SIX ITALIA - SIX ITALY

Starting from December 29th 1998, All Italian Radio Hams can operate 
on the Magic Band, without any special permission, from 50.000 to 
51.000 MHz.  Legal power is 10w without any antenna restriction. 
Allowed, also, the mobile and portable use.

Italian special licences (VHF and up only - IW) can also be qrv (only 
from October 16th 1996).

Use of the 50-MHz band is granted to amateurs as secondary allocation, 
on non-interference basis.
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LA : Norway
Information from LA8AJA's Home page

There are several ch E2 (48.25MHz) TV transmitters in Norway.
Many areas has TX restrictions for radioamateurs.
In these areas it is not legal to transmit on 50MHz while NRK is transmitting their signals.
In the areas with primary coverage of the CH E2 TV channel, the amateurs has special
responsibillity to make sure their transmissions does not disturb the TV receivers even when
all rules and regulations are met.

- It's illegal to transmit from aeroplanes.
- It is legal to make 'split-frequency' contacts on 52-54MHz while transmitting 50-52MHz.

- Max pwr: 100W RF, QRG:50.000 - 52.000.
- NO antenna restrictions.

Below is a list of TV transmitters. The protected areas are no longer mentioned by P.T.
(Norwegian FCC) but can be used as a general guide to 'safe' areas.

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Locator Protection area Rad.(km) TV-transmitter Video
JO38WF 000-360 100 Greipstad 48.2528
JP21OA 000-360 120 Gulen 48.2461
JP53EG 000-090 140 Melhus 48.2564
  090-360 110    
JP77MU 000-110 110 Steigen 48.2604
  110-360 140    
KP59BS (E. of 27E. S. of 71N)   Varanger 48.2487
JP51BG 000-360 20 Boedal  
JP75EL 000-360 25 Skarmodalen  
JP60BC 000-360 25 Aabogen  

All main transmitters uses horisontal polarisation and between 30 and 100 KW ERP.

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Telenor will replace the band I transmitters, mainly by UHF transmitters. The reasons to do so said Telenor:
1. The Norwegian telecommunications Regulatory Authority needs these frequencies to other use.
2. The band I transmissions, suffer often from the long distance interference which cannot be tolerated in a high quality network

The transition will take quite a long time. At the moment we have installed a UHF transmitter at Gamlemsveten, Bagn, Melhus, and Hemnes are running parallel transmission in both band I and UHF.
This will be the situation until the transposer network is changed and additional transposers are planned and built.

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LX : Luxenburg
LX BAND PLAN 50MHz (6m)
  
50'000-50'100  only CW
 50'020 - 50'080 Beacons
 50'090 Calling frequency CW
 
50'100-50'500  only SSB and CW
 50'100 - 50'130 intercontinental DX
 50'110 Calling frequency intercontinental DX
 50'185 Center of acitivity Cross-Band
 
50'500-51'410  All Mode
 50'510 SSTV
 50'550 FAX
 50'600 RTTY
 50'630 - 50'750 Packet Radio
 
51'410-52'000  All Mode
 51'410 - 51'590 FM
 51'510 Calling frequency FM
 
Note: Secondary only QSOs between stations of different countries
Calling frequencies have to be cleared as soon as contact has been 
realized. Maximum 100W.
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OE : Austria
Six Meters in Austria:

Brief History:

1988: official permission for receiving the six meter amateur radio band

01.02.1990: provisory permission for transmitting also, following 
conditions imposed (among other things):
frequency range: 50-52 MHz, modes: A1A, J2B, F1B, J3E
maximum power: 25W pep into a rotateable directional antenna (Yagi) with 
3 or more (!) elements, horizontal polarisation only,
no mobile or portable operation, no beacons, repeaters etc.
wide local restrictions around Austrias only TV-station on channel E2 in 
JN78 square.

01.08.1996: restrictet area for transmitting reduced to large parts of 
OE3, a bit of OE1 and OE5 (see dotted sector in the map below), max. 
power increased to 100W pep .
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OE - Suffixes and Locators:

suffixes consist of a number, indicating the land, followed by 1, 2 or 
3 letters

special callsigns:
One letter only - contest call for club stations,
2 or 3 letters, starting with X - club stations, repeaters, beacons...
2 or 3 letters, starting with Z - guest licences
(rem.: a two lettered suffix usually indicates a really "O"M,
who got his licence before the early sixties)

OE1 : Vienna / Wien
OE2 : Salzburg
OE3 : Lower Austria / Nieder terreich
OE4 : Burgenland
OE5 : Upper Austria / Ober terreich
OE6 : Styria / Steiermark
OE7 : Tyrol / Tirol
OE8 : Carinthia / K舐nten
OE9 : Vorarlberg
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OZ : Denmark
OZ 6m Band Plan 

50,000 - 50,020  Telegraphy (CW) 
50,020 - 50,080  Beacons 
50,080 - 50,100  Telegraphy (CW)
   50,090: CW calling frequency 
50,100 - 50,500  SSB and CW 
   50,100-50,130: Intercontinental CW/SSB
   50,110: SSB calling frequency (intercontinental)
   50,150: SSB activitety centre
   50,185: Cross band calling frequency
   50,200: Meteor Scatter CW/SSB activity centre 
50,500 - 51,000  All modulations
   50,510: SSTV calling frequency (AFSK)
   50,550: FAX calling frequency
   50,600: RTTY calling frequency (FSK)
   50,620-50,750: Packet 20 kHz spacing 
51,000 - 51,200  All modulations 
51,200 - 51,400  Repeater in (20 kHz spacing)
   51,210: RF81 51,390: RF99 
51,400 - 51,800  FM simplex (20 kHz spacing)
   51,510: FM calling frequency (F51) 
51,800 - 52,000  Repeater out (20 kHz spacing)
   51,810: RF81 51,990: RF99 
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PA : Netherland
Courtesy of Ed:PE5ED
Information about 6m in PA

   No repeater, No space communication allocation
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SM : Sweden
Courtesy of Arne:SM7AED
Information about 6m in SM

   The 50-52 MHz frequency band is available on and after Jan.1, 2009, 
to amateur radio with an output of maximum 200 Watts.
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FG,FM,FS,FP,FY : French American Territories & FO0 : Clipperton
Information from F5MAA:Xavier

MARTINIQUE (FM), GUADELOUPE (FG), St. BARTHELEMY (FJ),
St. MARTIN (FS), St. PIERRE-ET-MIQUELON (FP), FRENCH
GUYANA (FY)
50-54 MHz
All modes, /m ok
120 W PEP

CLIPPERTON (FO0)
50 - 54, 120 W PEP
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W : USA
USA 50MHz Band Plan

50.0-50.1               CW, beacons
  50.060-50.080          beacon subband
50.1-50.3               SSB, CW
  50.10-50.125           DX window
  50.125                 SSB calling
50.3-50.6               All modes
50.6-50.8               Nonvoice communications
  50.62                  Digital (packet) calling
50.8-51.0               Radio remote control (20-kHz channels)
51.0-51.1               Pacific DX window
51.12-51.48             Repeater inputs (19 channels)
  51.12-51.18            Digital repeater inputs
51.5-51.6               Simplex (6 channels)
51.62-51.98             Repeater outputs (19 channels)
  51.62-51.68            Digital repeater outputs
52.0-52.48              Repeater inputs (except as noted; 23 channels)
52.02, 52.04            FM simplex
  52.2                   TEST PAIR (input)
52.5-52.98              Repeater output (except as noted; 23 channels)
52.525                  Primary FM simplex
52.54                   Secondary FM simplex
  52.7                   TEST PAIR (output)
53.0-53.48              Repeater inputs (except as noted; 19 channels)
53.0                    Remote base FM simplex
53.02                   Simplex
53.1, 53.2, 53.3, 53.4  Radio remote control
53.5-53.98              Repeater outputs (except as noted; 19 channels)
53.5, 53.6, 53.7, 53.8  Radio remote control
53.52-53.9              Simplex
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LU : Argentina
LU Bandplan

50.000 a 50.050 CW only
50.050 a 50.100 Beacons
50.100 a 50.600 CW AM SSB 
                (50.110 International frec. calling)
50.600 a 51.000 SSB Digimodos RTTY SSTV FAX PACKET
51.000 a 52.000 FM simplex Digimodos PACKET 
                (51.500 FM Calling frec.)
52.000 a 52.050 CW SSB DX windows South Pacific.
52.050 a 53.000 FM repeaters input.
53.000 a 54.000 FM repeaters output.
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ZP : Paraguay
Information from ZP5YW:Mike

ZP Bandplan

50.000-50.075 CW only
50.075-50.100 Beacons
50.100-50.800 SSB 
50.800-51.000 RTTY,PACKET,etc
51.000-51.100 CW,SSB
51.500-52.000 FM
52.000-52.050 CW,SSB
52.050-54.000 FM,RTTY,PACKET,etc

No antenna restriction
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9M2 : West Malaysia
Courtesy of 9M2/JI1ETU

In case of class A
 Frequency     : 50.0-54.0MHz
 Power maximum : 400W (PEP)
 Emission Mode : A1A,A2A,A3E,R3E,J3E,F1A,F2A,F3E
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VK : Australia
Courtesy of the WIA/FTAC Chairman John Martin.
VK Band Plan

50-52 Mhz is primary Broadcast allocation in VK (ie TV stations!).
52-54 Mhz is Amateur Primary service.

50.000 to 52.000 restricted for amateur use in eastern Australia.
50.000 to 50.100 CW use only.
50.090 to 50.100 suggested for DX CW use Intercontinental.
50.100 International CW calling suggested/gentlemans agreement.
50.100 to 50.300 CW/SSB/RTTY use.
50.110 International DX calling channel suggested by WIA.
50.115 Secondary calling frequency DX peditions/Skeds etc.

Note.
The SMA permits 6M operators onto the subbands under the following conditions.
a. No interference to any channel 0 TV station is caused.
b. In VK1, VK2, VK3, VK4 and VK7 operation is restricted to 50.000 to 50.300.
c. In these areas locations of amateurs must be at least 120 KM from a main
   TV station e.g. Wagga Wagga, Tamworth, Toowoomba.
   And at least 60 KM from a translator station eg Cooma, St Helens.
   At least 60KM from an Input on Channel 0 translating to a higher channel.
d. Power level 100 watts SSB/CW measured at the TX output.
   No restrictions on Antenna height or size.
   Modes are SSB/CW and Narrow band RTTY (packet radio unspecified).
e. Areas West of the VK4/VK2/VK3 borders are permitted 400 watts pep or
   100 watts CW. This involves VK5, VK8 and VK6 stations and all VK9's.

There are currently only 2 High Power CHannel 0's left on air.
They are Toowoomba about 100 miles west of Brisbane (150,000 watts) 46.172 Mhz.
And Wagga Wagga (Sth/West VK2) 100,000 watts to 24 bays of dipoles, 46.2400.
Both these stations use 600 foot masts and stacked bays of dipoles and are
useful for TEP/F2 observations into VK.
There are a few low power stations.
Tamworth VK2 North running 1000 watts on 46.256+/- and a few low power
translators not worth worrying about and all located in VK2.
There are no Channel 0 stations in VK3 but we are restricted like the rest
of VK east. There is a low power t/lotor in VK7 but again the VK7's are
restricted.
At this stage the low power translators are being cleared out, but the two
high power stations will be on the air for at least until the year 2000.
So use them wisely to examine rising MUF's to VK from Europe.
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ZL : New Zealand
New Zealand 6M band Plan.

Courtesy of the Radio Operations, Ministry of Commerce

50-52 Mhz is primary Broadcast allocation in ZL (ie TV stations!).
52-53 Mhz is Amateur Primary service.
50.000 to 51.000 (or 51.3 MHz in NICAM areas) restricted for amateur 
                 use in All New Zealand, Those wishing to operate in 
                 this part of the band need to tested and issued a 
                 secondary licence to operate by Radio Operations 
                 (formally the RFS, Radio Frequency Service).
50.000 to 50.100 Beacons.
50.100 to 50.300 CW/SSB/RTTY use.
50.110 International DX calling channel.
52.050 Oceania SSB/CW Calling.
52.525 FM Calling.
53 - 54 only availably for fixed station transmitters, eg repeaters, 
        with Radio Operations approval.
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