Saturday 19th of August 2017
Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society
Founded in 1922 | Call sign G8TA

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Regional Winner

COTY Regional winner

Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society winner of the RSGB West Midlands Regional club of the year 2012 and 2013.
2012 was a fantastic year for Wolverhampton ARS, a year of rejuvenation as well as our 90th Birthday. We have seen a steady growth in our membership and with a full program of events we have become more active than in recent years and went on to win the Regional award for 2013.
The West Midlands Trophy is sponsored by web hosting solutions at www.intermip.net

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The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) is the UK's national membership organisation for amateur radio enthusiasts. For more information on the RSGB [click here]

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VHF / UHF Band Plans

The 2m / 144 MHz IARU Region 1 Bandplan

6m | 4m | 2m | 70cm | 23cm | HF

144MHz (2m) Necessary Bandwidth UK Usage
144.000-144.110 500Hz Telegraphy (including EME CW)
144.050 MHz Telegraphy calling
144.100 MHz Random MS telegraphy calling
144.110-144.150 500Hz Telegraphy and MGM
144.138 MHz PSK31 centre of activity
EME MGM activity
144.150-144.180 2700Hz Telegraphy, MGM and SSB
144.180-144.360 2700Hz Telegraphy and SSB
144.175 MHz Microwave talk-back
144.195-144.205 MHz Random MS SSB
144.200 MHz Random MS SSB calling frequency
144.250 MHz GB2RS news broadcast and slow Morse
144.260 MHz USB. Can be used by RAYNET
144.300 MHz SSB calling
144.360-144.399 2700Hz Telegraphy, MGM, SSB
144.370 MHz MGM calling frequency
144.400-144.490 Propagation Beacons only
144.490-144.500 144.4920MHz +/- 500Hz WSPR beacons and beacon guard band
144.500-144.794 20 kHz All Modes
144.500 MHz SSTV calling
144.525 ATV SSB Talk-back
144.600 MHz RTTY calling
144.600 MHz RTTY working (FSK)
144.6125 MHz UK Digital Voice (DV) calling
144.625-144.675 MHz. Can be used by RAYNET
144.700 MHz FAX calling
144.750 MHz ATV Talk-back
144.775-144.794 MHz. Can be used by RAYNET
144.794-144.990 12 kHz MGM Packet radio
144.800-144.9875 MHz Digital modes (including unattended)
144.8000 MHz Unconnected nets - APRS, UiView etc
144.8250 MHz Internet voice gateway
144.8375 MHz Internet voice gateway
144.8500 MHz AX25 BBS user access
144.8625 MHz Available for nodes and BBSs on application
144.8750 MHz TCP/IP user access
144.8875 MHz AX25 - priority for DX Cluster access
144.9125 MHz TCP/IP user access
144.9000 MHz AX25 DX Cluster access
144.9250 MHz TCP/IP user access
144.9375 MHz AX25 BBS user access
144.9500 MHz AX25 BBS user access
144.9625 MHz FM Internet voice gateway
144.9750 MHz High speed 25 kHz channel
144.990-145.1935 12 kHz FM/DV RV48 - RV63 Repeater input exclusive
145.200 12 kHz FM/DV Space communications (e.g. I.S.S.) - Earth-to-Space
145.2000 MHz Can be used by RAYNET
145.200-145.5935 12 kHz FM/DV V16-V48 FM/DV simplex
145.2125 MHz Internet voice gateway
145.2250 MHz Can be used by RAYNET
145.2375 MHz FM Internet voice gateway (IARU common channel)
145.2500 MHz Used for slow Morse transmissions
145.2875 MHz FM Internet voice gateway (IARU common channel)
145.3000 MHz RTTY local
145.3375 MHz FM Internet voice gateway (IARU common channel)
145.5000 MHz FM calling
145.5250 MHz Used for GB2RS news broadcast.
145.5500 MHz Used for rally/exhibition talk-in
145.5750 MHz May be used for repeaters in other IARU Region 1 countries
145.5935-145.7935 12 kHz FM/DV RV48 - RV63 Repeater output
145.800 12 kHz FM/DV Space communications (e.g. I.S.S.) - Space-Earth
145.806-146.000 12 kHz All Modes - Satellite exclusive

6m | 4m | 2m | 70cm | 23cm | HF