Novice Class Privileges


HFVHF-UHFMicrowave

 

HF


 

Novice class operators are restricted to a maximum of 200 Watts PEP on HF Bands. All operators are required however, to use the minimum amount neccessary to maintain effective communications.

 

80 Meters:

3.525-3.600 MHz: CW Only.

40 Meters:

7.025-7.125 MHz : CW only.

15 Meters:

21.025-21.200 MHz: CW Only.

10 Meters:

28.000-28.300 MHz: CW, RTTY/Data -- Maximum power 200 Watts PEP.
28.300-28.500 MHz: CW, Phone -- Maximum power 200 Watts PEP.

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VHF - UHF


 

Novice Class Operators have special power restrictions. See maximum power output notices for each band below. All operators are required however, to use the minimum amount neccessary to maintain effective communications.

 

1.25 Meters:

222.00-225.00 MHz: CW, Phone, Image, MCW, RTTY/Data -- Maximum power 25 Watts PEP.

23 Centimeters:

1270-1295 MHz: CW, phone, Image, MCW, RTTY/Data -- Maximum power 5 watts PEP.

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Microwave


 

Maximum power output is 1500 Watts PEP unless otherwise noted. All operators are required however, to use the minimum amount neccessary to maintain effective communications.

Novice class operators have No Privileges of any kind at this time in this spectrum.

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